Alcohol and drug rehab programs in Arizona can help you or a loved one overcome addiction and get on the path to sobriety. Since there are so many facilities out there, it’s important to do your research and choose a program that will cater to your needs specifically.
Our rehab reviews and ratings include everything you need to know about each center, from the types of treatment they provide to whether or not they accept insurance.
In recent years, Arizona has seen positive signs in its battle against substance abuse. The state’s rates of tobacco use dropped below the national average from 2002 to 2010,1 and rates of current youth alcohol use decreased from 28.1% in 2012 to 22.4% in 2016.3 However, the state still has high rates of prescription drug abuse and illicit drug abuse, particularly among youth.
The state has 341 treatment facilities – 31 of which offer opioid treatment programs for people addicted to heroin, oxycodone, morphine, and other opioids. Specialty programs are also available for women, men, people with co-occurring mental health disorders, adolescents, and people who have experienced trauma. Some programs also offer treatment for gambling addiction and Internet addiction.2
Many things affect the cost of your rehab treatment, such as how long your program runs for, the type of amenities the center has, and where it’s located. Longer treatment programs are generally more expensive (e.g., 90-day vs 30-day programs) but may give you the best chance of recovery, so be sure to carefully consider the advice of a treatment professional when it comes to program length, even if it may cost you more.
Once you get to rehab, you will be taken through an intake process and a treatment plan will be created for you. Your program may involve a period of detox, individual therapy sessions, group therapy sessions multiple times a week, family therapy, and medication-assisted treatment. Your program will be designed for your unique situation so be ready to honestly answer any questions the rehab staff have for you.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.