Recommended Drug and Alcohol Dependency Resources
Here at Scottsdale Treatment, we provide a variety of recovery programs on an OUTpatient basis as well as aftercare to help you maintain your sobriety. Following are several rehab and detox facilities that offer INpatient treatment.
Inpatient Rehab & Recovery Facilities
800-842-4487 – Tucson, Arizona: Sierra Tucson is dedicated to the education, prevention and treatment of addiction and other behavioral disorders. It is dually licensed to facilitate healing for psychiatric issues as well as many types of addiction and chronic pain.
The Journey at Sundance
480-773-7329 – Scottsdale, Arizona: The Sundance Center is a drug rehab and alcohol rehab facility featuring a multitude of therapies including one-on-one counseling and group sessions.
800-MEADOWS – Wickenburg, Arizona: Where “recovery becomes reality.” This multi-disorder inpatient facility focuses on drug and alcohol addiction, compulsive behaviors, anxiety disorders and mood disorders.
Hazelden Betty Ford
800-257-7810 – For 60 years, Hazelden has been the world leader and model of care for drug addiction and alcoholism treatment and in 2014 merged with the Betty Ford Foundation. They offer specialized programs for women, health care professionals, and families suffering from the effects of addiction.
Talbott Recovery Campus
800-445-4232 – Atlanta, Georgia: The Talbott Recovery Campus has provided addiction treatment services for thirty-five years. Their mission is to give patients the opportunity to develop coping skills that enable them to develop a long term, self-sustaining recovery based on abstinence from alcohol and drugs.
800-877-4520 – Tucson, Arizona: Cottonwood’s addiction recovery success has made them a leader in the field of alcoholism and drug dependency treatment. Their location in the beautiful Sonoran Desert is the perfect environment to deal with recovery from alcoholism, drug addiction and other behavioral problems involving addiction.
Father Martin’s Ashley
800-799-HOPE – Havre de Grace, Maryland: Father Martin’s Ashley offers a treatment program that integrates 12-step spirituality with the science of addiction medicine and the art of therapy. Their sole purpose is to heal the alcoholic and addict.
Local Arizona Detox Facilities
Banner Behavoral Health Hospital
800-254-4357 – Locations in Scottsdale, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, and Phoenix: Banner Behavioral Health provides care for adolescents and adults facing the challenges of alcoholism and drug dependencies. Banner offers a chemical dependency treatment program that is among the most affordable in the western United States.
St Luke’s Behavioral Health Center
877-351-WELL – Phoenix: St. Luke’s serves seniors, adults, adolescents and children in need of psychiatric and chemical dependency care. The Center provides individualized treatment programs developed through a collaborative effort between patient and staff. St. Luke’s maintains a holistic approach to treatment.
480-899-0200 – Chandler: In addition to drug abuse treatment that began in San Francisco over 30 years ago, BAART Programs provides primary medical care and mental health services through a network of fixed sites and mobile vans. They blend state-of-the-art services with a dedicated staff offering personal, caring, and individual attention to each of our patients.
Community Bridges AZ
866-910-1141 – Locations in Mesa, Globe and Payson: Community Bridges is a private non-profit organization founded in 1982 to provide substance-abuse prevention, education and treatment services. Community Bridges uses cutting edge, nationally recognized treatment models to help individuals and families with recovery and education.
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