Arizona Drug Rehab

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    Winslow Guidance Associates Inc

    1301 West 2nd Street,
    Winslow , 86047

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    • State Funded Insurance (Non-Medicaid)
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
    Languages Spoken:
    • ASL / Hearing Impaired
    • Navajo
    • Spanish Speaking
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    Rosewood Ranch

    521 West Wickenburg Way,
    Wickenburg , 85390

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health Services
    Services Provided:
    • Detox
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    • Subutex / Suboxone Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Inpatient Hospital Care
    • Long Term Residential Treatment Programs (30 Days Or More)
    • Short Term Residential Treatment Programs (30 Days Or Less)
    Special Programs:
    • Teenagers
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
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    Community Counseling Centers Inc Outpatient Care Clinic

    1015 East 2nd Street,
    Winslow , 86047

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health & Drug/Alcohol Abuse Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Co-Occurring Mental & Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
    • Criminal Justice Clients
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    • Teenagers
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Accepts Medicare
    • Military Insurance (E.G. VA / TRICARE / CHAMPVA)
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    • State Funded Insurance (Non-Medicaid)
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    Meadows

    1655 North Tegner Street,
    Wickenburg , 85390

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health & Drug/Alcohol Abuse Services
    Services Provided:
    • Detox
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    • Subutex / Suboxone Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Inpatient Hospital Care
    Forms of Payment:
    • Military Insurance (E.G. VA / TRICARE / CHAMPVA)
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
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    Rosewood Center for Eating Disorders

    36075 South Rincon Road,
    Wickenburg , 85390 2491

    Services Provided:
    • Detox
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    • Subutex / Suboxone Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Inpatient Hospital Care
    • Short Term Residential Treatment Programs (30 Days Or Less)
    Special Programs:
    • Teenagers
    Forms of Payment:
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    • State Funded Insurance (Non-Medicaid)
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    Arizona Counseling and Treatment Services LLC

    2882 Oakland Avenue,
    Wellton , 85356

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health & Drug/Alcohol Abuse Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Adult Female
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    • Teenagers
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Accepts Medicare
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
    • State Funded Insurance (Non-Medicaid)
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
    Languages Spoken:
    • ASL / Hearing Impaired
    Learn More

    White Mountain Apache Tribe

    ,
    Whiteriver , 85941

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Long Term Residential Treatment Programs (30 Days Or More)
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Adult Female
    • Adult Male
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    Languages Spoken:
    • Apache
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    Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona Adult Behavioral Health Program

    7490 South Camino de Oeste,
    Tucson , 85757

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health & Drug/Alcohol Abuse Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    • Methadone Detox
    • Methadone Treatment
    • Sober-Living House
    • Subutex / Suboxone Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Long Term Residential Treatment Programs (30 Days Or More)
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Adult Female
    • Adult Male
    • Co-Occurring Mental & Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
    • Gay / Lesbian / Bisexual / Or Transgender Persons
    • Persons with HIV / AIDS
    • Pregnant & Postpartum Woman
    • Senior Citizens Or Elderly Persons
    • Teenagers
    Forms of Payment:
    • Accepts Medicaid
    • Accepts Medicare
    • Private Health Insurance
    Payment Assistance:
    • Payment Assistance (Specifics vary)
    Languages Spoken:
    • ASL / Hearing Impaired
    • Spanish Speaking
    • Yaqui
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    Amity Foundation at Circle Tree Ranch

    10500 East Tanque Verde Road,
    Tucson , 85749

    Primary Focus:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Long Term Residential Treatment Programs (30 Days Or More)
    Special Programs:
    • Beds Provided For Patients Children
    Forms of Payment:
    • Access To Recovery Program (ATR)
    • Private Health Insurance
    • Self Pay
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    Fuerza Y Esperanza Counseling

    6637-6639 South 12th Avenue,
    Tucson , 85756

    Primary Focus:
    • Psychological Health & Drug/Alcohol Abuse Services
    Services Provided:
    • Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
    Type of Care:
    • Outpatient Care
    Special Programs:
    • Adult Female
    • Adult Male
    • Co-Occurring Mental & Substance Abuse Disorder Treatment
    • Criminal Justice Clients
    • DUI / DWI Offenders
    • Gay / Lesbian / Bisexual / Or Transgender Persons
    • Persons with HIV / AIDS
    • Pregnant & Postpartum Woman
    • Senior Citizens Or Elderly Persons
    Forms of Payment:
    • Self Pay
    Payment Assistance:
    • Sliding Fee Scale (Dependent upon ability to pay)
    Languages Spoken:
    • ASL / Hearing Impaired
    • Spanish Speaking
    Learn More

Your Treatment Options + State Drug Abuse Facts

Introduction

When it comes to drug overdose mortality, Arizona has the 12 highest rate in the United States, and drug use is well-known to be a common problem within the state. Drug addiction is a serious problem that can result in death, so it’s important to recognize your addiction and find the treatment you need quickly. Many different programs can be found in the state of Arizona, but you’ll want to find a program that fits your needs and your unique situation. Use this guide to the common drug treatment options in Arizona to help you better understand your options so you can make an informed decision and get on the road to recovery.

Arizona Type & Length of Treatment

Long Term Treatment Programs (90-Day)

Generally a long term treatment program lasts 90 days, though some last for longer periods of time. These programs are highly successful and offer many benefits because they offer long term support to patients. Since programs last 90 days or longer, patients have the time to deal with various factors that contribute to their addiction, and it provides professionals with plenty of time to provide relapse prevention education to patients.

Short Term Treatment Programs (28/30-Day)

Short term programs can last from 28-30 days in most cases, although the exact length of time varies among different facilities. A short term program starts with detox treatment, which lasts for several days, then provides outpatient treatment to patients. Patients are often required to go to group substance abuse classes while involved in these programs. For those who must continue with family and work obligations, short term programs offer a way to get treatment while dealing with those obligations.

Outpatient Programs

Outpatient programs in Arizona require patients visiting a behavioral health counselor on a regular basis, and group and/or individual drug counseling may be required as a part of these programs. Some of the types of therapy used by drug treatment facilities include motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational incentives, and multidimensional family therapy. In the beginning, treatment is very intensive, and then patients move on to regular outpatient drug treatment to help sustain abstinence.

Inpatient Programs

Inpatient programs require patients to stay in a facility where they are provided with intensive, structured, 24-hour care. Patients are given medical attention and safe housing in an environment where various therapeutic approaches may be used to aid in recovery.

Residential Treatment Services

Detox

Residential detox programs can last from three to seven days, and during this time, patients are monitored medically while they go through the withdrawal process, which often comes with many uncomfortable symptoms. Support is offered to patients as they go through detoxification, and medical supervision and medications are often used to reduce the side effects associated with drug or alcohol withdrawal.

Sober-living House

Sometimes called a halfway house, sober living houses offer patients a place where they can safely transition between inpatient and outpatient programs. In some cases, patients choose to stay in these homes while undergoing outpatient treatment in Arizona. Living in a sober-living house often proves more affordable to patients than a residential treatment program, yet patients still get the support and services needed to achieve and sustain a drug-free lifestyle.

Dual Diagnosis

Dual diagnosis treatment is specifically designed to treat patients who deal with addiction and an additional mental health problem. To help prevent relapse, it’s essential to treat addiction and mental illness at the same time in an effective manner. With dual diagnosis treatment, professionals deal with both issues simultaneously, ensuring that patients enjoy the best outcomes.

Commonly Abused & Treated Drugs in Arizona

Alcohol is the most commonly abused substance in the state of Arizona. The most commonly abused and treated drugs in Arizona include marijuana, methamphetamine, heroin, and cocaine. Oxycodone, which is a prescription opioid, is also a very commonly abused drug within the state.

Conclusion

Whether you’re dealing with an addiction to meth, heroin, cocaine, marijuana, or alcohol, it’s imperative to get treatment right away. Starting the rehabilitation process immediately can help you take control of your life, leaving addiction behind. Many patients find that they enjoy better results when they travel to a rehab facility in Arizona. This removes your familiar surroundings and peers so you can better concentrate on recovery. Call us today to get started on your journey to recovery.


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