Mesa Rehabilitation Center Extends Support Across Region

Originating from Chicago, Footprints to Recovery will be a new, 24 hour a day, addiction treatment center set to open in Mesa, Arizona. The center has acquired its licence to open locations in four other states, with Arizona being the most recent. The official grand opening is scheduled for June 13.

Elliot Wolbrom, the chief marketing officer at Footprints to Recovery, has expressed his content with the program thus far. “We’ve been operational for just one week and have been privileged to provide completed detox treatment to nearly a dozen clients with more currently being treated and new clients being admitted,” he said.

Wolbrom noted that the center will be the largest and most up to date substance abuse treatment establishment in Mesa, and mentions plans for the future. “Footprints to Recovery continues its national expansion and we will soon be opening new treatment centers with multiple levels of care in Colorado, Massachusetts and elsewhere,” he concluded.

Wolbrom explained the process of selecting a location for a new center and which markets to target. “Our world-class clinicians study our clientele and seek out markets and locations where their advanced expertise would most benefit (and speak to) those in need,” he said. “Additionally, we look at national, state and local substance abuse and overdose data in an effort to bring our clinical expertise to a particular area where our care can be most impactful.”

The center is affiliated with medical and law enforcement professionals as well as members of the community to better deliver effective substance abuse treatment for the community.

This location is approximately twelve thousand square feet and offers over two dozen beds in both private and semi-private rooms, round-the-clock medical care and transportation, one-on-one counseling with a licensed therapist and attentive medical staff.

Treatment plans are individually designed based on a patient’s needs, offering medical detox and alternative forms of treatment.

Wolbrom empathizes that detox is one of their primary goals while providing a clean, safe, medically advanced and therapeutic setting for clients. This  encourages long-term recovery. “Our goals remain the same regardless of level of care and regardless of location,” Wolbrom said. “Our objective, under the powerful leadership of our CEO, Hirsch Chinn, is simple: positively impact the crippling substance abuse statistics in the country, especially for those that are 18-35, by creating a movement where we place world-class clinical care and an outstanding client experience from start to finish.”