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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers In Arizona

If you're looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with substance abuse in Arizona then you are in the right place. We can help you in locating addiction care programs for a range of drug addictions to alcohol, Xanax, crystal meth or any addictive drug. Search for a perfect rehabilitation clinic in Abbeville now, and get rolling on the road to a sober life.

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Top Reviewed Addiction Rehabs in Arizona

We conveniently list below the top closest drug and alcohol treatment centers to Arizona AZ. Our free and confidential 24-hour hotline can narrow down the right rehab center for you today. Not all substance abuse addiction clinics in Arizona AZ will be will be tailored to your specific needs because not every single facility is identical. You may reach out to these substance abuse treatment centers yourself or you may call our specialists to determine which program will be most effective for your specific needs.

New Horizons Counseling Service

4220 North 20th Avenue

Phoenix, AZ 85015

The Potter’s House Substance Abuse Center (TPHSAC) is an outpatient substance abuse Treatment Program.. Our objective is to provide clinically sound outpatient substance abuse treatment to men and women 18 and older of all ethnic groups, who are expe

Community Bridges Incorporated

824 North 99th Avenue

Avondale, AZ 85323

West Valley Access/Transition Point West Valley Access/Transition Point Cognitive behavioral therapy,Dialectical behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,12-step facilitation approach,Brief intervention approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Martix Model,Relapse prevention

People Enpowering People of AZ Inc

2428 East Apache Boulevard

Tempe, AZ 85281

Dual Diagnosis Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment; Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); Dialectical behavioral therapy; Addiction treatment counseling therapy; Trauma-related counseling; Rational emotive behavioral therapy; 12-Step based treatment approach; Brief intervention approach; Motivational interviewing; Counseling for anger management; Relapse prevention planning;

Community Bridges Inc Al Long Residential Program

993 North Hermosa Drive

Holbrook, AZ 86025

Dual Diagnosis Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment; Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); Dialectical behavioral therapy; Addiction treatment counseling therapy; Trauma-related counseling; Rational emotive behavioral therapy; 12-Step based treatment approach; Brief intervention approach; Contingency management/motivational incentive; Motivational interviewing; Counseling for anger management; Martix Model; Relapse prevention planning;

Teen Challenge Christian Life Ranch

47819 North Fig Springs Road

New River, AZ 85087

Community reinforcement plus vouchers,Relapse prevention

Helping Associates Inc

1901 North Trekell Road, Suite A

Grande, AZ 85122

Helping Associates, Inc. (HAI) is a private professional counseling firm whose mission is to provide quality professional counseling services to individuals, groups and families throughout Pinal and Yuma Counties.WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING SERVICES:INDIV

Community Bridges Incorporated

1125 West Jackson Street

Phoenix, AZ 85007

Lodestar Day Resource Center Lodestar Day Resource Center Cognitive behavioral therapy,Dialectical behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,12-step facilitation approach,Brief intervention approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Relapse prevention

Saint Lukes Behavorial Health Center Outpatient

1800 East Van Buren Street

Phoenix, AZ 85006

Dual Diagnosis Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment; Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); Addiction treatment counseling therapy; Rational emotive behavioral therapy; Brief intervention approach; Motivational interviewing; Counseling for anger management; Martix Model; Relapse prevention planning;

Women in New Recovery

601 Ruth Street

Prescott, AZ 86301

Addiction treatment counseling therapy; 12-Step based treatment approach; Brief intervention approach; Contingency management/motivational incentive; Relapse prevention planning;

White Mountain Counseling

308 North White Mountain Road Suite E

Show Low, AZ 85901

Cognitive behavioral therapy,Dialectical behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,Rational emotive behavioral therapy,12-step facilitation approach,Brief intervention approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Martix Model,Relapse prevention

Community Bridges Inc Healthcare for the Homeless

220 South 12th Avenue

Phoenix, AZ 85034

Dual Diagnosis Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment; Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); Dialectical behavioral therapy; Addiction treatment counseling therapy; Trauma-related counseling; 12-Step based treatment approach; Brief intervention approach; Contingency management/motivational incentive; Motivational interviewing; Counseling for anger management; Martix Model; Relapse prevention planning;

San Pedro Valley Behavioral Health - San Manuel

23 S McNab Pkwy

San Manuel, AZ 85631

Provides outpatient family and individual counseling and substance abuse counseling. Mountain health and wellness is a non profit organization, therefore fees will be lower.Hours Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pmProgram Fees VaryLanguages

CRIT Substance Abuse Services

13376 1st Ave

Parker, AZ 85344

Alcohol and substance abuse counseling, recovery services, group therapy.Hours Mon-Fri 8am-5pmProgram Fees NoneLanguages EnglishEligibility Colorado River Indian Tribes membersIntake Process CallH

Florence Crittenton Therapeutic Group Home

715 West Mariposa Street

Phoenix, AZ 85013

Dual Diagnosis Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment; Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); Dialectical behavioral therapy; Addiction treatment counseling therapy; Trauma-related counseling; Brief intervention approach; Motivational interviewing; Counseling for anger management; Relapse prevention planning;

Spectrum Healthcare Group Incorporated

2880 Hopi Drive

Sedona, AZ 86340

Sedona Office Sedona Office Cognitive behavioral therapy,Dialectical behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,Brief intervention approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Martix Model,Relapse prevention

Crossroads Nogales Mission Shelter

456 N Morley Ave

Nogales, AZ 85621

Provides emergency shelter for men and women on a short-term basis, and a long-term recovery and rehabilitation program. Includes counseling and 12-step recovery groups. Also offers Bible study classes, clothing and community lunch program.Full li

U-Turn For Christ Arizona

509 West Frontier Street

Payson, AZ 85541

U-Turn For Christ Arizona Photos Facility HighlightsBible Study; Christian Living Skills; Morning Devotions; Treatment Center PhilosophyU-Turn For Christ is a residential rehab for men trapped in the

Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona Adult Behavioral Health Program

7474 South Camino de Oeste

Tucson, AZ 85757

Dual Diagnosis Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment; Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); Dialectical behavioral therapy; Addiction treatment counseling therapy; Trauma-related counseling; 12-Step based treatment approach; Brief intervention approach; Motivational interviewing; Counseling for anger management; Relapse prevention planning;

Community Bridges Incorporated

2770 East Van Buren Street

Phoenix, AZ 85008

Central City Addiction Recovery Center Central City Addiction Recovery Center Cognitive behavioral therapy,Dialectical behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,Trauma-related counseling,12-step facilitation approach,Brief intervention approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Martix Model,Relapse prevention

Center for Behavioral Health Incorporated

1501 East Washington Street

Phoenix, AZ 85034

Phoenix Phoenix Cognitive behavioral therapy,Substance abuse counseling approach,12-step facilitation approach,Brief intervention approach,Contingency management motivational incentive,Motivational interviewing,Anger management,Martix Model,Relapse prevention

Treatment Info

AZ Substance Abuse Facts

Drug abuse among Arizona adults—particularly heroin—is fairly high. Consider the following statistics:

  • Past-year heroin use among Arizona residents aged 12 or older increased from 0.32 to 0.55% between 2013 and 2015. Compare this to the increase in the national rate of 0.3% to 0.33%.
  • The number of individuals 12 and up with past-year alcohol use disorders (alcohol addictions) decreased slightly from 7.6% to 6.7% in this same time period. But that rate was still above the national rate (6.1%).
  • In 2014-2015, past-month marijuana use was 8.5% among this age group, compared to a national rate of 8.3%.

Recent data show Arizona youth also have slightly higher substance abuse rates than the national average. According to the High School Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 35% of Arizona teens in grades 9-12 said they had at least 1 drink of alcohol on at least 1 day in the past month, compared to 33% of teens nationwide. Of these, 19% said they binge drank at least once in the past month, compared to 18% nationwide. Lifetime marijuana use, inhalant use, and cocaine use in this group were all above the national average.

Drug deaths in Arizona also outpace the U.S. average. From 2012-2014, male drug deaths averaged 22 per 100,000 people compared to 17.3 per 100,000 nationally, while female drug deaths averaged 15.2 per 100,000 compared to 10.8 nationally.

Getting Addiction Treatment Help

Seeking treatment for drug or alcohol abuse is a big decision. To help narrow down your options, think about whether you’d like to stay close to home or travel for treatment, what kind of insurance coverage you have, and what kind of amenities you’d like (e.g., food, accommodations, recreational opportunities). Programs can vary from standard to luxury, and the more amenities a program has, the more expensive it will be.

Where Else Can I Find Help?

People seeking recovery who don’t have insurance do have a number of options available to help them pay for treatment. For instance, many programs in Arizona have sliding scale fees, which means you pay an agreed-upon rate based on your income. You can also usually work out a payment program where you make monthly payments instead of paying a lump sum.

Some people take out loans or borrow from their savings, while others seek donations through crowdfunding sites. Health care credit cards are another option for payment, but it’s important that if you go this route that you try to secure a reasonable interest rate.

Resources in Arizona

  • The Arizona Substance Abuse Partnership: The ASAP is part of the Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family. It focuses on substance abuse prevention, enforcement, treatment, and recovery. You can search for substance abuse programs by zip code on its site.
  • Suicide and crisis hotlines: The Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System lists hotlines by county.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous meetings: Find AA meetings in cities and towns across Arizona. Meetings are free to attend.
  • The Arizona Region of Narcotics Anonymous: Look for meetings in your area. NA is a 12-step program similar to AA that helps people who have become addicted to drugs and have a desire to get help. Like AA, the meetings are free.
  • Simplifying MAT: This brochure from the Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy at Arizona State University lists medication-assisted treatment programs for opioid addiction across the state.
  • Arizona Medicaid: Learn about Medicaid in Arizona and whether you qualify for coverage. The program provides healthcare to children, pregnant women, parents, seniors, and people with disabilities who meet certain income requirements.
  • NAMI Arizona: The National Alliance on Mental Illness offers support groups, resources, crisis lines, and treatment information for people in Arizona who struggle with a mental illness.

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