As Tucson’s most trusted provider of mental health and substance abuse treatment, Sonora Behavioral Health Hospital is dedicated to offering you life-changing care.
Local Support Groups
Here at Sonora, you can benefit from our staff’s expertise and can learn the skills needed to successfully heal and recover. Additionally, we make it our mission to provide you with beneficial aftercare referrals so that you can remain healthy for the long-term.
Among the sort of referrals that we may give you to further your healing journey, the following support groups may be part of your personalized discharge plan.
Sonora Behavioral Health Hospital wants you to live your best life. Whether you are suffering from a mood disorder or battling an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol, we can offer you the services you need to turn your life around. Call our knowledgeable staff today to learn about our inpatient and outpatient mental health and addiction services. Our treatment specialists would be happy to help you determine if our hospital is right for you.
Mood Disorder Support
When you come to us suffering from depression, bipolar disorder, or another mood disorder, we will make sure that you have the resources needed to prevent more intensive treatment in the future. Among such resources, we may refer you to support groups that can connect you with people who are also learning to manage mood disorder symptoms. With the backing of people who understand what you are going through, you can heal and become more confident in managing your illness.
If you wish to become a member of a depression support group or another mood disorder support group, click the following link to learn how the Tucson Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance can help you:
Substance Abuse Support
Should you come to our hospital grappling with an addiction, you can partake in our comprehensive substance abuse services. These services are grounded in the 12-Step philosophy for treating addiction, and let you navigate the recovery process with the support of your peers. In fact, it is because of this kind of support that we may refer you to 12-Step-based groups upon being discharged. We do this so that you can enjoy the following benefits:
- You can connect with others who are in recovery, which can prevent you from feeling isolated.
- You can share your stories of battling addiction with others who may have endured similar struggles.
- You can learn from the experiences of others, and apply lessons learned to your own life.
- You can acquire a sponsor, and call upon him or her if you are tempted to abuse substances.
- You can learn invaluable recovery skills that can serve you well for a lifetime.
These are but a handful of the benefits associated with attending 12-Step groups. Therefore, if you are treated at our Tucson hospital for addiction, we may recommend you to following groups so that you can further your recovery:
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Alcoholics Anonymous is designed specifically for those in recovery from alcoholism. This alcohol abuse support group can assist you in avoiding relapse, and help you work through and apply the Steps to your own life. During AA meetings, you can develop confidence in knowing that you do not need to drink to function. So, if you live in the Tucson area and would like to become a member of an AA group, click the following link to find a meeting close to your home:
Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
Meant for those recovering from drug addiction, Narcotics Anonymous groups can give you a leg-up in your recovery. No matter if you are recovering from a heroin, cocaine, or meth addiction, narcotics abuse support groups can help you stick to your sobriety and remain healthy.