ARIZONA DRUG REHAB
ARIZONA DRUG REHAB
Arizona has higher rates of drug and alcohol abuse than the U.S. as a whole. Substance use disorders can be safely and effectively treated at drug rehab using medical detox and treatment programs that are tailored to each individual patient. Here’s a closer look at how addiction treatment works in Arizona and what you can do if you or a loved one needs help recovering from a substance use disorder.
Arizona Drug Abuse Statistics
- About 373,000 individuals aged 12 or older in Arizona had an alcohol use disorder in the past year. This equates to roughly 6.7 percent of all individuals in this age group, compared to the national rate of 6.1 percent.
- bout 31,000 individuals aged 12 or older in Arizona used heroin in the past year. This equates to roughly 0.55 percent of all individuals in this age group, compared to the national rate of 0.33 percent.
The rate of drug overdose deaths in Arizona increased by 9.4 percent from 2016 to 2017.
- The number of heroin-related deaths in Arizona increased from 102 to 299 from 2013 to 2016.
- The number of deaths in Arizona related to synthetic opioids like fentanyl increased more than threefold between 2013 and 2016. Synthetic opioids caused 123 deaths in 2016.
What Happens at Drug Rehab?
Drug rehab centers offer a range of treatment programs all designed to help you or a loved one recover from the physical and psychological effects of addiction. Treatment normally begins with medical detox, which helps you safely withdraw from substances while facing a reduced risk for complications. Medical detox usually takes between five and 10 days, but may take longer for those recovering from severe drug or alcohol dependence. Medications may be used to reduce your symptoms and help you experience a more comfortable recovery.
Following detox, you can begin your treatment program, which may consist of several different therapies. All treatment programs are individualized for each patient based on various factors surrounding their substance use disorder. Dual diagnosis therapy is available for those who also have a co-occurring mental health disorder, while family therapy is available for those who want to mend relationships with their loved ones. Other therapies commonly used in drug rehab are cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, 12-step support groups, motivational enhancement, contingency management, and medication maintenance.
Below is a list of some of our state-of-the-art treatments:
Medically-assisted treatments for detox to reduce negative withdrawal symptoms
Specific opioid addiction programs
Psychotherapies, including group and individual sessions
Education and learning
Available Addiction Treatment Programs
Drug treatment programs can last anywhere between 30 and 120 days or longer, though 90-day programs are shown to be most effective at helping people achieve long-term abstinence from drugs and alcohol. You may gradually transition to lower levels of care as you make your way through recovery and addiction treatment.
Many drug rehab patients begin with residential treatment, then transition to partial hospitalization after they learn the skills needed to navigate their communities while remaining abstinent. Intensive outpatient, outpatient, and aftercare programs are also available for those who need more independence to manage their careers, education, and family lives.
About Our Facility
At Addiction Recovery Centers, we understand how difficult it can be to recover from addiction and are devoted to helping you every step of the way through each level of care. If you or a loved one is suffering from addiction and needs help, contact us at 855-910-5918 to learn more about our drug rehab programs and begin the treatment process today.