Vogue Recovery Center – Arizona
Vogue Recovery Center Arizona
Vogue Recovery Center
4122 North 17th Street, Building B
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Our Treatment Facility
What to Expect at Vogue Recovery Center
Levels of care and programs at our Arizona treatment center include:
We offer both short and long-term medical detox. Our detox specialists keep clients safe and comfortable during this process with 24/7 care and medications to ease withdrawal symptoms. Following detox, we create a customized treatment plan that supports long-term recovery.
Clients live in a home-like environment with semi-private rooms. Our medical director meets with clients within hours of intake and continues to closely monitor and assess them during weekly visits. We have registered nurses and licensed vocational nurses on staff and clients also meet with our psychiatrist on an as needed basis to address their psychiatric/mental health needs.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)
For clients who desire to live at home or in our sober living residences, our partial hospitalization program provides daily structure and support for the work of recovery. Clients attend individual and group therapy and meet with a psychiatrist as needed for medication management. Our PHP program meets every weekday from 9 am to 12 pm and from 1 pm to 3 pm.
Many clients enter our outpatient program as they gain more confidence in their recovery and require less time in treatment. Our outpatient program meets weekdays from 9 am to 12 pm. This allows time to maintain job or work responsibilities while getting regular recovery support.
Veterans and First Responders Program
We understand that veterans and first responders have unique needs when it comes to treating substance abuse and trauma. Our Valor Program for veterans and first responders provides trauma-focused treatment for addiction and co-occurring PTSD and other mental health disorders. Clients feel safe sharing and healing among peers who understand what they’re going through.
Vaun Williams, Psy.D., LPC
Chief Operating Officer
Vaun Williams is the chief operating officer for Vogue Recovery Centers in Arizona. She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2005 from Arizona State University. Vaun completed her master’s degree in 2011 from the University of Phoenix and is licensed as a professional counselor. She then went on to earn her doctoral degree from Capella University in 2017. She has worked in the behavioral health field for approximately 25 years. Vaun has worked with children, the homeless population, the domestic violence population, the addiction population, and in private practice. She specializes in trauma therapy and is certified in EMDR treatment and working on becoming an approved consultant with EMDRIA. Vaun has taught various courses in psychology and counseling with Grand Canyon University as an adjunct faculty since 2016.
In addition to working with various populations, she has also held positions in management for the past 20 years. Vaun has supervised all walks of life and those who are seeking independent licensure. Lastly, she has worked with various diagnoses ranging from anxiety, depression, addiction, mood-related disorders, trauma-related disorders, and personality disorders. Vaun is the proud mother of two beautiful children and loves spending quality time with them.
Kelsey Jones, MS, LPC
Kelsey is the Clinical Director at Vogue Recovery Center in Arizona. Kelsey was born and raised in Kansas and moved to Arizona in 2004 for college. She has been in the behavioral health field since 2007. Kelsey earned a master’s degree in both infant family practice and counseling and guidance. She is also a licensed counselor.
Kelsey has spent a large portion of her career working with the seriously mentally ill co-occurring disorders population. She has overseen a residential treatment program for this population and worked in the outpatient setting as well. For the past several years, Kelsey has worked behind the scenes by providing clinical training to all direct care staff and teaching various training on cultural competency, mental health diagnosis, compassion fatigue, and others. She has a passion for working with people and helping them understand what they are experiencing. She is also a huge Kansas City Chiefs Fan.
“My stay at Vogue Recovery was positive. I got a lot out of the program. I got a long with the staff they helped me get through my treatment. Odin was a very good support. My counselor was good in helping with treatment and aftercare. I liked going on the group outings on Saturdays. Rehab in Arizona at Vogue was better than anywhere else I have ever been.”
– ANNASTASIA B.