Admissions

(480) 892-7403 or toll-free (800) 678-3445

ANASAZI Foundation offers programs for adolescents (ages 12-17) and adults (18+). New admissions are accepted every Friday, year round. Emergency admissions are scheduled on a space available basis and will usually incur an emergency admission fee. Before an applicant can be accepted for admission, the enrollment packet must be submitted and approved, and financial arrangements must be finalized.

Enrollment Process

  1. Contact the ANASAZI Foundation admissions office at the numbers above or by e-mailing admissions@anasazi.org.
  2. Complete the secure online enrollment application or download and fax (to 480-892-6701), mail, or e-mail the appropriate forms below. ANASAZI’s Clinical and Medical teams will review the information and provide the Admissions team with a decision regarding acceptance.
  3. Admissions team will contact you regarding acceptance, to schedule an admission date, and to discuss financial arrangements. Families with a financial hardship are encouraged to apply for a scholarship which may discount the admissions fees. Click here for financial information including financial aid.

Enrollment Forms

The application for admission can be completed securely online OR submitted using the forms below.

For Adolescents:

For Adults:

The admissions packet includes release forms, a social and health history and a list of personal items to bring. If you live outside the state of  Arizona, an Interstate Compact Placement Form 100-A is required. Our admissions director will prepare it for your signature on admission day.

Program Fees

Adolescents: $395/day, $895 admissions/outfitting fee
Adults: $435/day, $895 admissions/outfitting fee

What to Pack

Participants should bring 24 pairs/sets of underwear, eyeglasses/contacts (with cleaning solution), and dental retainers. Female participants should bring qty. 96 of their preferred feminine hygiene products. All other gear, equipment, and clothing items will be furnished by ANASAZI.

Medications

All medications must be approved by ANASAZI’s medical staff prior to enrollment. If approved for administration on the trail, all medications (whether prescribed or over-the-counter) must be provided through Avella Specialty Pharmacy as outlined in the enrollment application.  Click Here to review ANASAZI’s medication policy.

Academic Credit

For those participants seeking academic credit for their participation at ANASAZI please download the ANASAZI Academic Packet.

Parent Involvement

Parents, guardians, or sponsors must commit to participate in a two-hour parent orientation, a 8-hour parent seminar, one-hour weekly family counseling sessions (in person or via telephone), and their child’s DawnStar Walking (three-days/two-nights on the trail) at the completion of the program.

Traveling to ANASAZI

ANASAZI Foundation is located at 1424 S. Stapley Drive in Mesa, Arizona  85204. Airports servicing the area are Phoenix Sky Harbor and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway, which are each 20 minutes from the ANASAZI office.