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In 2018, 1,106 Arizona residents passed away due to opioid overdose, and nearly half of those deaths involved synthetic opioids like fentanyl.
Many people in Arizona struggle to get the help they need to recover from alcohol or drug addiction. Thankfully, there are drug and alcohol rehab facilities in Arizona that offer a wide range of treatment services and rehab programs.
How To Find & Choose Addiction Treatment In Arizona
The Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith, and Family oversees addiction prevention and treatment in Arizona. If you’re beginning the process of searching for addiction treatment for yourself or a loved one, you may begin your search by:
- reaching out to an addiction treatment provider directly
- using the Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith, and Family Treatment Locator
- using behavioral health or substance use disorder resources offered by your county
- searching via SAMHSA’s Behavioral Health Treatment Locator
Finding the right treatment facility for you can feel overwhelming, but there are some factors you can look for to ensure you receive quality care. Factors to add to your treatment facility checklist may include:
- individualized treatment plans: you’ll need a treatment facility that can work with you to address the factors that played a role in your development of substance use disorder
- evidence-based services: some therapies have been proven effective for people suffering from addiction (such as motivational interviewing)
- family involvement: if your family is a part of your support team, work with a treatment facility that makes your family a part of both your short-term and long-term care plans
- co-occurring disorders: if you suffer from a mental health issue in addition to substance use disorder, treat multiple conditions within a dual diagnosis rehab program
- continuum of care: you may want to work with a facility that allows you to keep the same treatment providers from the start to the end of your treatment process
Arizona Drug & Alcohol Treatment Programs
There are many substance abuse treatment options in Arizona. Levels of care including detox, inpatient or outpatient drug rehab, medication-assisted treatment for opioid and alcohol use disorders, and aftercare.
Medical Drug & Alcohol Detoxification
Going through detox alone and/or at home can be dangerous, painful, and even fatal. It’s key to go through the detox process with a qualified medical treatment team.
Your care providers will help you through the detox process and may offer medication to help your body and mind deal with drug and/or alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
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Residential/Inpatient Drug Rehab
Many people find that checking into a residential treatment program provides the space they need to fully focus on recovery.
When you choose inpatient treatment, you’ll have access to 24-hour care, and you’ll likely get to engage in group therapy with others who are at a similar place in their recovery.
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Outpatient Addiction Treatment
Some people aren’t able to attend inpatient treatment, and outpatient treatment can be just as effective. During outpatient treatment, you’ll travel to and from the rehab facility each day.
Both partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs are comprehensive and effective while still allowing you to attend to day to day responsibilities.
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Opioid & Alcohol Treatment Programs
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) combines behavioral therapy with medications that can make it easier to manage cravings and other symptoms of opioid and alcohol addiction.
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You’ll likely need a comprehensive aftercare plan to help you stay clean long-term. Your aftercare plan may consist of 12-step meetings, individual therapy, group therapy, stress management, nutrition and exercise plans, and more.
Using Health Insurance For Addiction Treatment In Arizona
If you have health insurance, including Medicaid/Medicare, some or all of your treatment for substance use disorder may be covered. To understand the details of your policy, start by calling an insurance representative about the details of your plan.
You can also reach out to a treatment provider directly to learn how they manage payment and whether they accept your insurance. It’s important to know your insurance coverage and how you’ll pay for treatment to avoid any unexpected bills.
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If You Don’t Have Health Insurance
The state of Arizona recognizes that some people who need help with addiction don’t have health insurance, and they offer several government-funded treatment options.
Arizona Substance Abuse Facts
Officials in Arizona estimate that opioids are responsible for the deaths of more than five people living in the state each day.
Some facts collected from the Arizona Department of Health Services include:
- In 2021, Arizona recorded 3,389 non-fatal opioid overdoses.
- In 2021, there were 1,936 confirmed opioid-related overdose deaths.
- Over 9,000 patients visited the emergency room for opioid-related issues in 2021.
- In 2020, there were 1,886 confirmed opioid overdose deaths, and 3,892 non-fatal overdoses.
Additionally, for every law enforcement response call associated with a suspected opioid overdose in 2021, naloxone (a life-saving opioid reversal medication) was administered 85% of the time.
Addiction Treatment At Ark Behavioral Health
At Ark Behavioral Health, we understand that asking for help with substance use disorder is not a decision you’re taking lightly, and we’re here to support you. Our Massachusetts treatment centers offer treatment services to Arizona residents.
Our treatment centers include:
- Bedrock Recovery – Canton, MA
- Recovering Champions – Falmouth, MA
- Spring Hill – Ashby, MA
Arizona Addiction Treatment FAQ
How Do I Access Treatment In Arizona?
You can call your insurance company, reach out to a treatment facility directly, or use the Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith, and Family Treatment Locator.
What Does Addiction Treatment Look Like In Arizona?
While addiction treatment looks different from person to person, many people who struggle with substance use disorder begin with detox, then progress to inpatient or outpatient rehab before beginning a comprehensive aftercare program.
Does Insurance Cover Addiction Treatment In Arizona?
If you have health insurance, your treatment may be fully or partially covered depending on your individual plan.
Can I Go To Drug Rehab In Arizona Without Insurance?
Yes, you have the option of paying out-of-pocket, or you can utilize free or low-cost treatment options in the state.
Are There Walk-In Opioid Clinics In Arizona?
Yes, from Phoenix to Tucson, Arizona has 24/7 walk-in opioid clinics available to people who need help with opioid addiction.
Are There Free Or State-Funded Rehab Centers In Arizona?
Yes, there are state-funded treatment centers in Arizona for people who cannot afford treatment.
Written by Ark Behavioral Health Editorial Team
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This page does not provide medical advice.
Governor's Office of Youth, Faith, and Family - Arizona RX Drug Toolkit
National Institute on Drug Abuse - Arizona: Opioid-Involved Deaths and Related Harms
National Institute on Drug Abuse - Types of Treatment Programs
Arizona Department of Health Services - Opioid Prevention - Home
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