171 Arizona Outpatient Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers
Arizona is a natural wonderland full of scenic delights. Home to the spectacular Grand Canyon National Park, Monument Valley, and Petrified Forest, the state offers an appealing range of settings, from sun-soaked desert to river-fed forests. Only at Arizona’s Four Corners can a person stand in four U.S. states at the same time.
In spite of the many positives of this Southwestern gem, drug and alcohol addiction is a serious problem. In 2011, Arizona had the highest rate of high-schoolers who were offered, sold, or given drugs on campus, and the state had the highest rate of binge drinking at 26.5 percent. Arizona also had the sixth-highest prescription drug abuse rate in 2013 – though following intensified efforts by state efforts to curb drug abuse, this showed improvement from #3 in 2009.
Arizona offers a wide range of quality treatment programs for those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction.
Find An Outpatient Program Near You.
Call to be connected with a compassionate treatment specialist.
Learn to Live the Sober Life with Outpatient Rehab
Outpatient rehab is a good choice for someone who has a strong support system in place, and struggles with mild to moderate addiction lasting less than a year. Here are some of Arizona’s outpatient rehab programs:
St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center
St. Luke’s Behavioral Health Center is a good choice for adults seeking an outpatient program, including those transitioning from inpatient rehab. The abstinence-based program combines 12 step and cognitive behavioral approaches to help patients achieve and maintain sobriety. With locations in Phoenix and Chandler, this program asks the patient to verbalize a commitment to abstinence, then works with them to develop a treatment plan, a relapse prevention plan, coping and sobriety skills, and positive leisure skills.
North Ridge Counseling
The North Ridge Counseling program located in Scottsdale offers outpatient rehab revolving around individual counseling to address and heal the issues underlying addiction – stress, relationship problems, illness, pain. The larger goal is to help individuals addicted to drugs or alcohol learn how to live and maintain a sober life. Each patient receives a custom treatment plan, and the comprehensive approach helps even those with a long history of addiction to recover. Patients can expect to attend counseling sessions daily or several days a week at first, then with sessions more spread out as they become better able to function without drugs or alcohol.
Valley Hope Association
Located in Tempe, convenient to those living in the Phoenix area, the Valley Hope Association offers a six-week Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) with morning and evening options. The sessions include group therapy, family counseling, educational lectures and films, relapse prevention counseling, and 12 step work. In addition to traditional outpatient treatment, Valley Hope also offers online treatment that enables patients to access high-quality counseling at any time from any location for up to a year. The facility accepts most insurance and managed care plans, and will work with patients to set up affordable payment plans.
Contact us today if you need help with drug or alcohol addiction, we can give you free, no-obligation assistance in finding the right outpatient treatment program in Arizona.