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

Phoenix Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Phoenix, Arizona, is known for its attractions like the Desert Botanical Garden and the Papago Park. Phoenix citizens are generally friendly and peaceful people. However, there is a dark epidemic that is spreading across America, across Arizona and throughout Phoenix. This is the epidemic of substance abuse.

It isn’t just the illegal substances that everyone knows about that are doing real damage Phoenix. Prescription medications are also equally as destructive, especially benzodiazepines (Xanax, Valium); stimulants (Adderall) and opiates (OxyContin, hydrocodone). These medications have been overprescribed, and they can easily lead to addiction for many people.

If you are currently facing drug or alcohol addiction, you shouldn’t feel ashamed. Help is available to those who are willing to receive it. If you’re looking for drug or alcohol addiction treatment in Phoenix, Arizona, there may be several rehab options in your area.

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 drug-related ER visits

While prescription medicines and legal substances like alcohol and nicotine are still a problem, illicit substances like heroin, cocaine and methamphetamine continue to be an issue in the United States. There were almost 1 million visits to emergency departments in the United States in 2009. If you suffer from drug and alcohol addiction, it’s never too late for you to seek treatment.

Finding Help & Recovery in Phoenix, AZ

Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Phoenix, Arizona

Usually, treatment facilities will offer several different levels of treatment programs for people who are seeking drug and alcohol addiction treatment. You might be in need of inpatient treatment, a partial hospitalization program and outpatient treatment. Learning more about all of these treatment programs is the first thing you need to do.

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    Phoenix Residential Treatment Programs

    The inpatient treatment program is also called a residential treatment program because patients that are enrolled in the program reside on campus in the facility for 30, 60 or 90 days. Shorter or longer durations may be offered by some treatment centers. If patients are in need of 24-hour medical supervision, this program may be a good choice.

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    Phoenix Partial Hospitalization Programs

    The PHP or partial hospitalization program involves clients undergoing therapy at the facility for several hours during the day. They may be able to go home for the evenings or to housing that may be available on campus.

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    Phoenix Outpatient Treatment Programs

    The outpatient treatment program is the most convenient treatment program. In this program, patients are in the facility for 10 to 15 hours a day. Patients should be advised not to consider an outpatient treatment program if they are at all at risk of relapsing.

Phoenix Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers

Once you’ve made a decision to stop using an addictive substance, detox centers are helpful. If your body is currently dependent on a substance like hydrocodone, Xanax or even alcohol, there may be uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms that can be extremely painful or dangerous when they get severe. You shouldn’t attempt this by yourself. Throughout this process, you may need medical assistance, which will be offered at a detox center.

Recovery Meetings Near You in Phoenix

Recovery meetings in groups like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and SMART Recovery are an essential tool for your long-term recovery.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international fellowship of men and women who have alcohol addiction. They support each other and help each other to achieve long-term sobriety. In the 12 steps of AA, members are asked to turn their addiction over to a higher power beyond themselves. This higher power could be God, but it could also be an abstract concept like friendship, family or community.

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    Lambda Phoenix Center
    2622 N. 16th St.
    Phoenix, AZ 85006

  • Rule 62
    Mid-City Group
    5035 1/2 N. 7th Ave.
    Phoenix, AZ 85013

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    Lambda Phoenix Center
    2622 N. 16th St.
    Phoenix, AZ 85006

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

The 12-step group like Alcoholics Anonymous for those who struggle with drug addiction is called Narcotics Anonymous. NA uses the same 12 steps, which ask members to look to a higher power to help them with their addictions. The meetings offer members an open and honest environment in which they are able to share their strength, thoughts and experiences with each other.

  • Arizona Hills Church
    4111 W. Innovative Dr.
    Phoenix, AZ 85086

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    2530 W. Happy Valley Rd.
    Phoenix, AZ 85085

  • Sunrise Methodist Church
    19234 N. 7th Ave.
    Phoenix, AZ 85027

SMART Recovery Meetings

An acronym for Self-Management for Addiction Recovery Training, SMART Recovery is an international organization that is much more recent than AA or NA. Offering an alternative to the 12 steps, SMART Recovery utilizes a 4-point system to encourage self-reliance and self-empowerment. There are in person meetings all over the world and online.

  • 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

Caring for someone that has alcohol or drug addiction can be upsetting, emotionally draining and stressful. Although the family members and friends of people who struggle with substance use disorder understand that it’s an illness, they sometimes need to meet with other people who understand what they are going through. Al-Anon and Nar-Anon meetings are dedicated to the loved ones of those who battle drug and alcohol addiction.

  • Nar-Anon
    Calvary Addiction Recovery Center
    720 E. Montebello
    Phoenix, AZ 85014

  • Al-Anon
    1845 E. Ocotillo Rd.
    Phoenix, AZ 85016

  • Al-Anon
    Mountain View Lutheran Church
    11002 S. 48th St.
    Phoenix, AZ 85044

While Phoenix, Arizona, has many addiction resources, there may also be plentiful addiction resources in nearby cities.

Local Communities Near Phoenix, AZ Served

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