Arizona has a large number of drug and alcohol rehab centers. There are many treatment locations near major cities in Arizona. Recently, a center opened in the northern counties bordering Tribal Nations. It is also important for some cases to find a treatment facility that separates the abuser from his or her familiar surroundings. In some cases, location is a key ingredient in a successful detoxification and therapy program. The beginning is a critical phase; the decision to seek treatment is the vital first step toward rehabilitation and recovery.
Addiction is a condition of dependence, the Government of Arizona medically defines as a disease. The physical and mental damage from alcohol and drug abuse is a major reason to get treatment. The risks of further and permanent damage increase each day the substance abuse continues. You can start the healing process as soon as you stop abusing drugs. A recovering addict may find obstacles and setbacks. It is important to realize that successful recoveries are always problem free; rather, long-term sobriety and recovery depends on learning to handle setbacks. Families, friends and other support systems are essential. We can help make the decision to seek treatment work.
Recovery is not a destination. It is a lifelong commitment to a process of maintaining sobriety. The recovering addict must find a drug-free lifestyle. Once there, they must fight every day to keep it. The road to recovery uses support resources and guides the recovering addict. With treatment, he or she must develop and reinforce a strong personal commitment to staying drug-free. The process begins with a detailed assessment, detoxification, and an initial treatment plan. After treatment, the facility can provide a long-term plan for sobriety. There are several types of treatment programs that can be matched to individual needs. They include intensive counseling and full-time residential care. We help find the treatment resources needed for success.