New Arizona Family Inc Halfway House

Transitional Housing
Phoenix, AZ
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4201 N 16th St
Phoenix, AZ - 85016

(602) 248-7993 Click to call There are 2 reviews. Scroll down to see them. info@nafi.us Go to Facebook

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About New Arizona Family Inc Halfway House

New Arizona Family, Inc., (NAFI) was established in 1970 to provide residential and outpatient treatment programs for low-income adults who are seriously mentally ill or chemically dependent. NAFI operates a residential addiction and recovery program that serves indigent women and their children. NAFI also provides extensive outpatient services to men and women who suffer from mental illness and/or substance abuse. NAFI has a long history of success addressing many of the issues and struggles addicts and mentally ill individuals and their families face. NAFI's newest activities include the design, development and implementation of strategies to address the long-term needs of women and their children after treatment. The mission of new Arizona Family, Inc. (NAFI)  To safely and responsibly assist and support individuals and families accomplish individualized goals of recovery from substance abuse and to achieve greater self-sufficiency. The vision of NAFI  To create and operate safe and supportive environments where adult individuals and families can build upon existing strengths, learn new skills, and remediate previous and existing limitations. NAFI's Continuum of Care includes: - residential programs - recovery from substance abuse - counseling - childcare - day programs - outpatient programs - referral services - support groups - medical, psychological and behavioral therapy - parenting and nutrition classes

Note: Apartments may not have openings or may have long waiting lists. Call for complete details.

Services: Sober living home, transitional living, halfway house

There are 2 reviews

Anonymous - Jul 19, 2019

I'm looking for transitional living home. I'm in desperate need of detox, and aftercare. Please help direct me to someone that can help.

Anonymous - Nov 28, 2019

My wife Carol oked for the family in the 1970s. She started as your bookkeeper and eventually also gave GED classes. Our sons were very young and they were able to learn at a young age how dangerous drugs could be. We were both happy to see that you were still in bussiness. We have just recommended you to someone whose grown daughter has a drugproblem. Stan Smith

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  1. Meth and weed meth been since off n on since i was 17yrs old and weed been since i was 13yrs. posted April 10, 2019
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