Substance Abuse Resources in Yuma Drug Rehab, Alcohol Rehab & Detox
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Yuma Drug & Alcohol Rehab, Detox & Treatment Resources
Substance abuse is affecting the entire United States of America in destructive ways. This disease is negatively affecting both adults and teenagers. Of the entire adolescent population in America, 5 percent have substance use disorder as reported in 2014 by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). This is about 1.3 million teenagers or 1 in 12 teens.
Arizona has taken a hard hit from this epidemic although it does affect all of America. Heroin and other opiates continue to do quite a bit of damage to the citizens of Arizona. For instance, in 2016, heroin was responsible for 11 percent of all fatalities related to opioids in Arizona. This is increased from 11 percent in 2007. Cities like Yuma are even feeling the effects of this.
Fortunately, for individuals who are ready to seek treatment for their substance abuse issues, there are many options that are available.
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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.
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Finding Help & Recovery in Yuma, AZ
Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Yuma, Arizona
When you are considering the treatment program that you will need at a rehabilitation facility, it’s important to develop a comprehensive understanding of what you can expect from each treatment program. Most treatment centers offer outpatient treatment, partial hospitalization and residential treatment.
Yuma Residential Treatment Programs
Residential treatment is meant for those patients who don’t currently have a stable or safe living situation, patients who have the most severe addictions, patients who require detox beforehand or patients who need access to 24/7 medical supervision.
Yuma Partial Hospitalization Programs
Partial hospitalization is meant for those patients who need the same type of treatment offered in residential treatment but do have access to a safe living situation, patients who have slightly less severe addictions, patients who don’t require detox or patients who only need medical supervision while they are there during the day.
Yuma Outpatient Treatment Programs
Outpatient treatment is meant for those patients who don’t need as intensive care as PHP or residential patients and also have access to a reliable and safe living space, patients who have more moderate addictions or patients who only need medical supervision while they are there for 10 to 20 hours during the week.
Sometimes the most effective way to receive treatment is to begin with detox, progress to a residential treatment program, progress to a partial hospitalization program and then progress to an outpatient program.
Yuma Drug & Alcohol Detox Centers
If your body is dependent on alcohol or opiates and you stop using them, there may be severe withdrawal symptoms that require medically assisted detox before a treatment program can be started. This is why detox centers can come in handy.
Many patients understand, though, that detox centers are lacking because they don’t offer treatment programs. If you detox without receiving treatment, it’s a little like going on a diet and then going right back to unhealthy eating after you’ve lost weight. You will quickly slip back into an unhealthy body. There are many emotional and mental components to addiction that must be addressed.
Recovery Meetings Near You in Yuma
There are many stages to a successful long-term recovery journey. Equally as important as a treatment program is a plan for aftercare. A good aftercare plan can incolve regular meetings with a recovery group like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous or SMART Recovery.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) MeetingsAlcoholics Anonymous is a group of men and women overcoming an addiction to alcohol by leaning on one another for support, working the 12 steps, reading positive and beneficial literature like The Big Book and communicating with a sponsor. The only thing you need to do to become a member, however, is have a desire to stop drinking.
- Foothills Women’s Meeting Where: 1430 4th St. Yuma, AZ 85367
- Monday Morning Leadoff Where: 12535 S. Foothills Blvd. Yuma, AZ 85367
- Upfront Where: 12535 S. Foothills Blvd. Yuma, AZ 85367
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) MeetingsNarcotics Anonymous is similar to Alcoholics Anonymous but for individuals who are addicted to any substance. This can be anything from alcohol to marijuana to cocaine to heroin. Founded in 1953, Narcotics Anonymous meetings are very similar to Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.
- Grace Bible Fellowship Where: 300 S. 4th Ave. Yuma, AZ 85364
- 449 Club Where: 998 S. 6th Ave. Yuma, AZ 85364
- Living Center Where: 1340 S. 4th Ave. Yuma, AZ 85364
SMART Recovery MeetingsFor some people, 12-step programs are too spiritually based. They have trouble with the concept of a higher power. For these people, the scientifically based SMART Recovery is usually a better fit. Focusing on self-reliance and self-empowerment, SMART Recovery utilizes a 4-point system instead of the 12 steps.
- Transitional Living Center Recovery Where: 1360 S. 4th Ave. Yuma, AZ 85364 Heritage Library Where: 350 S. 3rd Ave. Yuma, AZ 85364
Al-Anon and Nar-Anon MeetingsThe friends, relatives and loved ones of those who battle with a substance use disorder endure quite a lot. They may need to meet with the support groups of Al-Anon and Nar-Anon. These sister fellowships to AA and NA are dedicated to the loved ones of those who struggle with alcohol or drug addiction.
- Al-Anon Where: Sierra Vista Presbyterian Church 150 W. 28th St. Yuma, AZ 85364
- Al-Anon Where: Trinity United Methodist Church 3030 S. 8th Ave. Yuma, AZ 85364
- Al-Anon Where: St. John Neumann Church 11545 E. 40th St. Yuma, AZ 85367
For those who are seeking drug or alcohol rehab in Yuma, Arizona, there are many available resources. There are also many available resources in nearby cities.
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