Addiction Treatment for Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Life-Changing Treatment for Life-Long Sobriety

Addiction Treatment for Alcohol and Drug Abuse

Life-Changing Treatment for Life-Long Sobriety

Fighting The Vicious Cycle of Addiction

We know that finding a treatment program that really works and makes a lasting impact is a real struggle. You or someone you love may have completed several different treatment programs only to cave to the cravings, peer pressure, triggers and urges. The problem is that many treatment programs are just not adequate. They don’t look long-term and prepare their residents for real-life challenges, and ongoing support is limited or nonexistent. The result is a vicious, endless cycle of ineffective addiction treatments that make many feel unsure if they will ever be able to overcome the grips of addiction. Our Addiction Recovery Centers will help you defeat chronic relapse once and for all. Our comprehensive, revolutionary alcohol and drug rehab treatment programs help bridge the gap between rehab and living a sober life. Whether you go to our Tucson or Dana Point Campus, our programs will guide you through medical detox, residential inpatient and intensive outpatient treatments. Our ultimate goal is to send you back into the real world with the knowledge, skills, tools and ongoing support that continues well after formal therapies taper off. From medically-assisted detoxification to many outpatient aftercare programs, our trained addiction clinicians will provide a well-developed, individualized treatment plan that will change your life one step at a time and end the cycle of addiction.

In most cases, alcohol addiction, or alcoholism, begins with alcohol abuse. Alcohol abuse merely is defined as any use that negatively impacts the user. Heaving drinking and binge drinking can start at any age, but usually, this behavior begins in a person’s early 20’s. Heaving drinking eventually leads to an increased tolerance to alcohol. Now in order to achieve the buzz they crave, they drink more and more not realizing impacts to their physical health and social life. Some of these adverse effects of alcohol abuse may include:

  • Bad hangovers, headaches, vomiting
  • Alcohol-induced accidents, such as stumbling, falling or crashing a car
  • Social faux pas, like doing or saying regrettable things

Recognizing when you or someone you care about is abusing alcohol can help you determine if they need help. 

Most people can’t comprehend why or how others become addicted to drugs. Some mistakenly believe people who choose to do drugs lack morals or the willpower to say no. Some even think addicts could easily stop by simply deciding it. These impressions could not be further from the reality. What many people don’t realize is that addiction is an extremely complex, individual disease. Quitting takes more than just the will to stop. Because drugs alter the brain in a number of ways, stopping cold turkey can be difficult and next to impossible without the help of medically-trained, experienced professionals. Often called substance abuse disorder (SUD), drug addiction affects millions of Americans every year. Understanding the underlying causes and ending the cycle of addiction is the first step in any recovery journey. It can be mind-boggling to understand all of the drug-related substances that exist today. That’s why we’ve narrowed it down to the most common types within six primary categories: benzodiazepines, illicit drugs, opiates, sleeping pills, and stimulants. 

A high number of people diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder also suffer from a co-occurring behavioral or mental health disorder. We call this a dual diagnosis. People with a dual diagnosis require a more integrated rehabilitation treatment program to address both the abuse and mental health disorder as interconnected. More often than not, these mental disorders are the underlying cause of an addiction. That’s why we never ignore the symptoms of a possible mental or behavioral issue when it comes to developing a long-term recovery plan. By offering comprehensive dual-diagnosis treatment plans, residents in our ARC programs have the best opportunity to successfully overcome their addiction and live a fulfilling, healthy life. 

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Available 24/7 1-855-910-5918

Our Tucson Rehab Campus boasts the CARF (the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) Accreditation – a nonprofit, independent organization that accredits addiction, dual diagnosis, and co-occurring disorder programs. It is the most substantial accrediting body for drug rehab and addiction treatment programs in the U.S.

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Out-of-Towners Welcome

We offer confidential, convenient and comfortable transportation
services from local airports to our facilities.

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