Mental Health Recovery Center In Arizona

Inpatient Mental Health Facility in Arizona

Inpatient Behavioral Health Care

Mental health disorders are common; they are treatable, and recovery is possible through inpatient mental health facilities. If you struggle with a mental health issue, you are not alone. In fact, in 2020: *

  • 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. (52.9 million people) experienced mental illness
  • 1 in 20 U.S. adults (14.2 million people) experienced serious mental illness
  • 46.2% of adults in the U.S. with mental illness received treatment
  • 64.5% of U.S. adults with serious mental illness received treatment
  • 1 in 15 adults in the U.S. experienced a substance use disorder and mental illness



What makes Legacy Recovery Center different?
Our Expert Psychiatric Team

Legacy is owned and operated by two psychiatrists with over 40 years of combined experience, as well as a robust therapeutic team. Dr. Roland Segal is a double board certified, medically licensed psychiatrist in Scottsdale, Arizona.  He was a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Arizona. He also served as President of the Psychiatric Board of Arizona and is the Chief Medical Officer for Valley Hospital. Dr. Ehab Abdallah is triple board-certified in General Psychiatry, Consultation-Liaison (Psychosomatic) Psychiatry, and Addiction Psychiatry.  Dr. Abdallah is experienced in treating psychiatric illness in people with complex medical/mental conditions and is an expert in addiction medicine. 

We treat many mental health disorders

Mental illness is treatable, with the right psychiatric team and proper diagnoses freedom from mental illness is possible.


We understand your struggles and we help you cope with your anxiety through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy


Experienced psychiatrists provide inpatient treatment for depression in a calm, healing, residential environment

Bipolar Disorder

Our doctors have 40+ years of combined experience in treating various mood disorders, including bipolar disorder


We have the professional expertise, the compassion and a range of therapies to help individuals heal from their traumas


PTSD can often go misdiagnosed, you need experienced psychiatrist to identify and treat this disorder. Our doctors are on-site


Schizophrenia is treatable, with the right individualized plan there is help and hope

Mental Health Services Are Critical

Mental health disorders may make living complicated.  Getting through the day is challenging, and mental health issues can disrupt one’s day to day life.. Society is impacted when individuals with mental health issues delay seeking treatment or go without it. Many end up hospitalized and/or dying sooner than they would have otherwise. Often times dealing with a mental health disorder can be lonely, frustrating, and it may seem like a never-ending battle. The good news is that with treatment, symptoms can often times be reduced, or even eradicated.

Effective and accessible mental health services not only help individuals lead better lives, but they also lower health care costs, free up hospitals and other resources, increase the overall earnings rate, and lower the risks of chronic disease due to anxiety and substance abuse. Perhaps most importantly, such services save lives. If you are struggling to get through life with a mental health disorder, please seek professional help as soon as possible. Our owners Dr. Roland Segal, and Dr. Ehab Abdallah have over 40 years combined experience treating complex mental health disorders. Their psychiatric expertise, combined with our therapeutic team’s expertise, and our comfortable inpatient mental health facility will allow you the best opportunity to recover.


Do You Have Co-Occurring Conditions?

At Legacy Recovery Center in Chandler, Arizona, we believe that your mental health is just as important as your emotional and physical health. Often, mental health issues are connected to emotional trauma and substance abuse. That’s why, unlike some other drug rehab centers or inpatient mental health facilities in Arizona, we treat all of you, including co-occurring conditions. Combining inpatient psychiatric care with addiction treatment helps to decrease the odds of relapse and increase your chances for living a healthy, sober life.

Live a Legacy of Sobriety and Good Mental Health