Substance Abuse Resources in Peoria
Drug Rehab, Alcohol Rehab & Detox

Peoria Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Substance abuse is causing serious problems for our country. In 2013, it was estimated that 22.7 million people in America were in need of substance misuse treatment. Everyone knows that the people who struggle with drug and alcohol addiction are personally affected as well as their families, friends and loved ones, but also drug and alcohol addiction affects the entire country.

Towns like Peoria, Arizona, continue to be negatively affected by drug and alcohol addiction. In March of 2017, police in Peoria responded to a 911 call and found 22 marijuana plants, 350 grams of methamphetamine and 105 grams of heroin in one man’s home, which led to one arrest. Incidents like this one demonstrate how big of a problem substance misuse continues to be all across Arizona and the United States.

Substance use disorder is a disease, just like cancer and diabetes. Like those illnesses, it needs to be treated. There should not be a stigma associated with addiction treatment. If you are in need of addiction treatment in Jamestown, New York, there are multiple resources that are available to you.

Our Closest Facility:

The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake443 S. Hwy 105 Palmer Lake CO 80133-9003 (719) 884-0063

The Recovery Village does not operate in the state of Arizona. Our closest facility is in Palmer Lake CO and can be seen in the map above.

You’re not alone in this struggle.

million Americans suffer from addiction

You are not alone in the fight if you battle a drug or alcohol addiction. It was reported in 2014 that 21.5 million Americans aged 12 or older suffer from substance use disorder.

Finding Help & Recovery in Peoria, AZ

Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Peoria, Arizona

For the residents of Peoria, Arizona that are looking for help with their drug or alcohol addiction, there are numerous options that are available. There is a lot to think about when you are seeking treatment for a substance use disorder. Do you need to stay in a facility or do you already have stable living conditions? How long have you been battling addiction? Are you addicted to a substance that will require medically assisted detox? These are all good questions to ask.

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    Peoria Residential Treatment Programs

    Residential treatment programs are also known as inpatient treatment programs or retreat-based treatment programs, and patients in this program will stay in the facility. This is a good choice for the patients that need to go through a medically supervised detox. Treatment is offered in a safe and secure environment, patients are offered medical care 24 hours a day and a structured schedule of rehabilitation activities is provided.

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    Peoria Partial Hospitalization Programs

    Partial hospitalization programs are also known by the acronym, PHP. Sometimes, they are called “dayhab” programs. Typically, patients in this program don’t need to detox. Patients are offered medical care and a structured schedule of rehabilitation activities while they are in the facility for 6 to 8 hours during the day. They are allowed to go home or to housing provided by the facility at night.

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    Peoria Outpatient Treatment Programs

    Outpatient treatment programs are the most flexible option. Usually, patients in this program don’t require detox. Patients are offered medical care and a structured schedule of rehabilitation activities while they are in the facility for 10 to 20 hours during the week. They will stay in their homes or in housing provided by the facility for the rest of the time.

For numerous patients who seek substance misuse treatment, national treatment facilities are an excellent choice. In a national treatment center, you’ll be able to have enough time and distance away from your typical destructive environment, which will give you the chance to focus on your healing.

Peoria Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers

The initial step you need to take to conquer your substance misuse is detox. For patients who require medical supervision in order to successfully cease the use of a substance like alcohol or opiates, detox centers can be beneficial. However, you should also think about the fact that a detox center only offers medical assistance during the detox process. They don’t offer any inpatient or outpatient treatment programs.

Using a treatment center that offers detox programs and treatment programs is often the most effective way to go about beginning your recovery journey.

Recovery Meetings Near You in Peoria

A recovery support group like Alcoholics Anonymous or SMART Recovery is essential to a proper aftercare plan. Attending regular meetings is one of the best things you can do to have successful long-term recovery. Peoria has many meeting options.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Throughout our country, addiction to alcohol is a widespread issue. Alcoholics Anonymous is a group for the people that struggle with alcohol addiction. Members of AA are encouraged to read literature like The Big Book, go through the 12 steps and get a sponsor (mentor), but the only thing they are required to do is have the desire to stop drinking. AA members are known to repeat the Serenity Prayer: “God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference.” Here are the meetings in Peoria.

  • Sunday at 4 Group
    St. Charles’ Catholic Church
    8615 W. Peoria Ave.
    Peoria, AZ 85345

  • Mid-Day Group
    Apostles Lutheran Church
    7020 W. Cactus Rd.
    Peoria, AZ 85381

  • Sobriety Trudgers Group
    Southwest Indian Ministries
    14202 N. 73rd Ave.
    Peoria, AZ 85381

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

Those who are addicted to drugs like marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, prescription drugs and ecstasy are welcome in Narcotics Anonymous. NA is also a 12-step group, and it’s now the second largest recovery group in the world with meetings in over 130 nations. NA meetings are similar to AA meetings, providing members with an open and supportive environment. Here is an NA meeting in Peoria.

  • Journey Church
    9059 W. Lake Pleasant Pkwy.
    Peoria, AZ 85382

SMART Recovery Meetings

SMART Recovery offers a different approach for those who struggle with addiction. Where traditional 12-step groups ask members to look to a higher power outside of themselves, SMART Recovery encourages self-reliance. In the 4-point system that is used by SMART Recovery, members are inspired to manage their behaviors, cope with any urges to use substances, live more balanced lives and maintain motivation to abstain from drugs. Here are the meetings that are closest to Peoria.

  • Crossroads West
    7523 N. 35th Ave.
    Phoenix, AZ 85051

  • Phoenix Baptist Hospital
    2000 W. Bethany Home Rd.
    Phoenix, AZ 85015

  • Paseo Highlands Park Beuf – Goelet Community Center
    3434 W. Pinnacle Peak Rd.
    Phoenix, AZ 85027

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Loving a person who battles with drug or alcohol addiction can be challenging at times. The loved ones – friends, relatives, spouses – of those who are struggling with substance use disorders often have a need for their own support group. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon are two support groups – sister organizations to AA and NA – that are dedicated to the loved ones of those who are suffering from drug or alcohol addiction. Here are the options for Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings in your area.

  • Nar-Anon
    Shadow Rock UCC
    12861 N. 8th Ave.
    Phoenix, AZ 85029

  • Al-Anon
    Apostle’s Lutheran Church
    7020 W. Cactus Rd.
    Peoria, AZ 85381

If you need to find alcohol and drug treatment facilities in Peoria, Arizona, you may want to also consider additional recovery resources that exist in surrounding communities.

Local Communities Near Peoria, AZ Served

  • 85301
  • 85342
  • 85345
  • 85373
  • 85380
  • 85381
  • 85382
  • 85383
  • 85385
  • 85387

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