The goal of our young men and women’s program is to first stabilize the client by assisting them with their detoxification needs, teach them basic life skills and the foundations of sobriety, and finally transition them slowly back into the real world with the full support of A Sober Way Home behind them.
After a period of treatment and comprehensive supervision we will assist them in learning necessary responsibilities and life skills. From completing chores to learning how to socialize in the community, getting a job and/or applying for school.
Our aim is to teach young addicts to develop the self-esteem, confidence, maturity, work ethic, impulse control, healthy relationships and coping skills to carve out a successful life for themselves. It is our goal to meet each client where they are at and ultimately help them rejoin their lives outside of a facility, clean, sober and with the tools to maintain lasting recovery and abstinence.
Why Prescott Arizona is Excellent for Young AdultsPrescott, Arizona is a small intimate community with a strong recovery support system for young adults.
Over 100 12 step meetings are available each week and within walking distance. Additionally, there are several excellent colleges to attend.
Since 1966, the Yavapai College Prescott Campus has provided a wide array of educational opportunities for students seeking university transfer, occupational education, direct employment or lifelong learning.
Certificates, degrees and classes are offered in subjects ranging from accounting and art to the social and physical sciences. As one of the few community colleges with on-campus housing, students become part of a comfortable and safe community and are just steps away from classrooms, the library and computer labs, the dining hall, extracurricular activities, sporting events, recreation and friends.
Prescott College is an independent, liberal arts college offering bachelor’s, master’s, Ph.D. degrees, as well as teacher certification. Our educational programs reflect the College’s commitment to the environment and social justice.
Prescott College offers three programs for students of all ages and backgrounds. Students can live and study for an undergraduate degree in Prescott (Resident Degree Program), complete their undergraduate degree through our degree completion program (Adult Degree Program), earn their master’s degree through our limited residency graduate program (Master of Arts Program), or pursue a Ph.D. in Education. Students can pursue a Teaching Certificate through any program. You will find what is right for you at Prescott College. Our supportive and flexible environment empowers you to design your own education.
NAU - Yavapai
In 2010, Northern Arizona University, Yavapai College, and the Town of Prescott Valley partnered to open the NAU-Yavapai campus. A part of NAU’s Extended Campuses network of statewide campuses, NAU-Yavapai provides students with access to high-quality bachelor’s degrees that are accelerated, affordable, and designed to prepare them for today’s job market.
Northern Arizona University, including the Yavapai campus, is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the Northern Central Association (NCA) of Colleges and Schools. NAU-Yavapai offers innovative hybrid classes that meet weekly on the Prescott Valley campus. NAU-Yavapai provides high-quality education at an affordable tuition, delivers personal attention and student-focused instruction, and seeks to reduce the time to degree completion to three years.