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

Surprise Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources

Alcohol and drug addiction is leading to an epidemic that has spread all across America. People of all ages are affected by this. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reported in 2014 that 1.3 million teens are currently suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction. This is about 5 percent of the entire adolescent population or 1 in every 12 teens.

Although the entire country is facing this problem, Arizona has felt the effects quite deeply. For Arizonians, opiates like heroin continue to be a grave issue. For instance, in 2007, heroin accounted for 11 percent of opiate fatalities. In 2016, it accounted for 39 percent of these deaths. Even towns like Surprise are being affected by this.

Luckily, those individuals who are thinking about substance abuse treatment have many options available. It is never too late to ask for help.

This guide will provide valuable information to anyone interested in drug addiction treatment in Surprise, Arizona.

Our intake coordinators at The Recovery Village can help you with questions related to:

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You’re not alone in this struggle.

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It was reported in 2015 that over 30,000 people in America died from the abuse of opioids. This is a disturbing number, but there is still hope for those who are afflicted with substance use disorder. National treatment centers like The Recovery Village are able to help millions of Americans receive treatment. Contact us today, and we can show you the way.

Finding Help & Recovery in Surprise, AZ

Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Surprise, Arizona

If you need treatment for your substance use disorder, the first thing you need to do is pursue a treatment program. But what kind of treatment program will you need? Inpatient treatment? A partial hospitalization? Outpatient treatment? The best way to understand the treatment you need is to learn more about these options.

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    Surprise Residential Treatment Programs

    You may be a good fit for inpatient treatment if you are in need of round-the-clock medical care. You can expect counselling, therapy, classes, exercise, meditation and other healing activities to be a part of an inpatient treatment program.

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    Surprise Partial Hospitalization Programs

    You may be a good fit for a partial hospitalization program (PHP) if you are in need of intensive rehabilitation, but you have a safe and drug-free environment to go to at night. This is often a good option for patients who are married or patients who have families. You can expect counselling, therapy, classes, exercise, meditation and other healing activities to be a part of a partial hospitalization program.

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    Surprise Outpatient Treatment Programs

    You may be a good fit for an outpatient program if you have a milder addiction to drugs or alcohol and you only need 10 to 20 hours of rehabilitation per week. You can expect counselling, therapy, classes, exercise, meditation and other healing activities to be a part of an outpatient treatment program.

Many patients do best if they transition from inpatient treatment to a partial hospitalization to outpatient treatment. An addiction specialist like those available at The Recovery Village and other national treatment facilities are able to help you determine the best treatment plan for you in your unique situation.

Surprise Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers

Detoxification is an essential step in getting better. There is no stepping around the subject. If you are addicted to certain substances like opiates (hydrocodone or oxycodone, for example), detox may be quite painful if attempted alone. Detox centers are helpful because they provide medical assistance throughout this process. There are many options for Surprise detox centers.

Detox is only the first step of many, however. It is important that you receive the holistic treatment you need to treat your substance use disorder. You can only receive this in a residential treatment program that will be offered at national treatment facilities like The Recovery Village. Conveniently, those who need medically supervised detox are able to do this at The Recovery Village as well.

Recovery Meetings Near You in Surprise

The recovery journey has multiple stages: detox, residential treatment, partial hospitalization, outpatient treatment and aftercare. Some patients may not need each of the first four stages, but everyone needs an effective aftercare plan that includes regular meetings.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) Meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who struggle with addiction to alcohol. Founded in 1935 by Dr. Bob Smith and Bill Wilson, AA was originally based on a Christian recovery program that had 7 steps. They then opened it up, using more general language like “higher power” as opposed to “Jesus” and created 5 additional steps. Now, AA is the largest recovery group in the world with meetings in over 170 countries.

  • Surprise Serenity Group
    Where:
    18300 W. Bell Rd.
    Surprise, AZ 85374

  • Seniors in Sobriety
    Where:
    16501 N. El Mirage Rd.
    Surprise, AZ 85374

  • Welcome Home Group
    Where:
    17420 N. Avenue of the Arts
    Surprise, AZ 85378

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings

The 12-step group that is meant for those who have an addiction to drugs and not alcohol is called Narcotics Anonymous. It is currently the second largest recovery group in the world with meetings in over 130 countries. In an NA meeting, members will have open and honest discussions where they are able to share their thoughts and emotions with each other. There are several meetings within 20 miles of Surprise. Here are a couple.

  • Whatever Shop Church
    Where:
    4175 US Hwy. 68
    Golden Valley, AZ 86413

  • Kingman Regional Wellness Center
    Where:
    1739 E. Beverly Ave.
    Kingman, AZ 86409

SMART Recovery Meetings

A relatively new approach to recovery is given by SMART Recovery, which stands for Self-Management for Addiction Recovery Training. In SMART Recovery, members follow a 4-point system that includes managing behaviors, thoughts and emotions that may be considered to be destructive; living a balanced life; building and sustaining the motivation needed to stop using drugs and cope with any urges or impulses that come up. Here are three meetings close to Surprise.

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

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

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

Al-Anon and Nar-Anon Meetings

Battling with substance misuse is difficult for any person to do. It is also extremely difficult for their loved one. Al-Anon is a sister organization to Alcoholics Anonymous dedicated to the loved ones of those who are addicted to alcohol and Nar-Anon is a sister organization to Narcotics Anonymous dedicated to the loved ones of those who are addicted to drugs. Here are the options for meetings in your area.

  • Nar-Anon
    Where:
    Palm Vista Baptist Church
    17475 W. Ball Rd.
    Surprise, AZ 85388

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    Salvation Army
    17420 N. Ave. of the Arts
    Surprise, AZ 85378

  • Al-Anon
    Where:
    World of Life Lutheran Church
    17525 W. Bell Rd.
    Surprise, AZ 85374

You should be proud of yourself for taking the first step to recovery by researching drug and alcohol addiction treatment in Surprise, Arizona. There are additional recovery resources in surrounding communities.

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Surprise was last modified: August 22nd, 2017 by The Recovery Village