From recovery to reality, Georgia Jones has committed herself to helping to rebuild lives. She founded The Potter’s House Substance Abuse Center in 2005.
Ms. Jones is helping to heal hundreds of others who suffer from the same disease of substance abuse problems that she conquered.
Georgia’s non-judgmental compassion for addicts who suffer from addiction enables her to give back to Arizona’s communities.
The Potter’s House Substance Abuse Center (TPHSAC)
An outpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment program with the objective to provide clinically sound treatment to men and women 18 years of age and older and of all ethnic groups, who are experiencing mental health and substance use disorders.
The Potter’s House Substance Abuse Center (TPHSAC) was established to rebuild shattered lives by providing those suffering from addiction with the tools necessary to begin living a meaningful, balanced lifestyle.
MRT fits well with our mission, which is to rebuild shattered lives by restructuring our client’s level of moral decision making. It is also the goal of TPHSAC to provide every person it serves the opportunity to achieve long-term sobriety and a life balance with a lasting change.
Don’t take our word for it – here’s what our clients say:
My life was falling apart. I had been in treatment five times before and it had never worked. I had given up all hope and I really thought that I was never going to be able to do anything different. I wanted to do something different, but I had no idea where to start. I had just had my daughter and now I had a child to think of. I did not want to bring her into the misery of my life. I was referred to treatment with Georgia Jones. She was the foundation of my recovery. She taught me about acceptance of responsibility. Nobody brought me to the place that I was except for me. I had to stop placing blame on everybody and everything around me. I had to show up to group everyday on time. I did this for months and months, even when I thought that it was a waste of time. This taught me to be accountable to someone, the same skills that I would need in the real world if I was to get a job or go to school. My work with Georgia taught me about discipline and how to listen. It taught me about responsibility. It taught me how to live life on life’s terms. It gave me the foundation that I needed to begin living life.”
The day I met Georgia, I knew my life was going to change. The no excuses, no blaming and no drama approach that she has was an eye opener and a reality check for this meth addict of 16 years. Combined with discipline and structure, I was challenged on my negative thinking and behavior. I began to look forward to each new day clean. I was empowered to change my attitude about life and start making healthier choices and decisions. I began putting the pieces of my broken self back together. Learning to stay focused; I gained responsibility and became dedicated to the truth no matter what the consequences. Georgia helped me to realize that what I thought was missing from my life was actually there inside of me all along. Today I am clean and sober 3 years in August of 07.I honor myself today. Georgia has been a defining woman in my recovery.”
See how we can help.
Substance Abuse Groups
Anger Management Groups
Parenting Skills Groups
Domestic Violence Groups
Prevention & Outreach Services
DUI Screenings for reinstatement
of Driver License
Contracted Provider for
UnitedHealthcare/ Community Plan
Care 1st of Arizona
Arizona Complete Health
Steward Health Choice Arizona
Molina Complete Care
Banner University Family Care
Community Service/Restitution Program
Language assistance services available
TPHSAC is a non-profit organization
All donations are tax-deductible
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The Potter’s House SAC
1717 W. Northern Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85021
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1717 W Northern Ave Suite #101
Phoenix, AZ 85021
Phone & Fax
Office (602) 254-9701
Fax (602) 252-0830
Hours of Operation
Monday — Friday
8:00AM — 5:00PM
Morning Groups 10:00am — 12:00pm
Evening Groups 6:00pm — 8:00pm