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Sierra Tucson Opens Copper Sky Building

June 10, 2019

Arizona-based Sierra Tucson has expanded its recovery center campus with the opening of its new Copper Sky building.

The 30,000-square-foot lodge houses 44 beds and two programs: the Crossing and the Chrysalis. The Crossing program assists patients with detoxification and stabilization prior to transitioning into Sierra Tucson’s residential care program.

Copper Sky | Submitted photoThe Chrysalis program provides individualized care with wraparound services. Treatment is customized “to a diverse population who do not meet the criteria for acute care yet are not a fit for traditional residential treatment,” according to a Sierra Tucson news release. Chrysalis program patients will include those with: major depressive disorder, chronic suicidality, obsessive compulsive disorder, delusions, eating disorders and/or PTSD.

Sierra Tucson said in the news release that it plan to add services at Copper Sky, including a first-time outpatient program later this year.

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