Arizona is one of the more popular states for people to go to when seeking a drug or alcohol rehab center. Even though there are only about 220 treatment programs in the state, many people from other areas seek Arizona for the warmth and scenery. Similar to water on both coasts, the desert seems to have a certain healing element to it. Of those facilities, more than 50 provide some sort of residential rehabilitation services, and 20 are in a hospital inpatient setting.
We can help you locate a drug rehab in Arizona, as well as assist in answering questions you might have about addiction, treatment, intervention and recovery. You may also check out the listings of rehab programs by city below.
Arizona Addiction Treatment Information
In a single-day count, nearly 38,000 people in Arizona were enrolled in substance use treatment, which was an increase from less than 32,000 just a few years prior to that.
Among the people in Arizona who were enrolled in substance use treatment on a single-day count, 30.4% were in treatment for a drug problem only, 21.7% were in treatment for an alcohol problem only, and 48.0% were in treatment for problems with both drugs and alcohol.
About 432,000 people in Arizona aged 12 or older were dependent on or abused alcohol within the year prior to being surveyed. Additionally, about 172,000 were dependent upon or abused illicit drugs.
More than 250,000 people in Arizona aged 21 or older per year reported heavy alcohol use within the month prior to being surveyed. Of these, only a small percentage actually received treatment for alcohol use within the year prior to being surveyed.
In a single-day count, more than 5,500 people in Arizona were receiving methadone as part of their substance use treatment, and over 700 were receiving buprenorphine. Both of these counts are up considerably compared to just a handful of years earlier. They are indicative of the major problem our nation has with prescription painkillers and heroin.
In Arizona, among persons aged 12 or older with illicit drug dependence or abuse, about 23,000 persons per year in 2008-2012 received treatment for their illicit drug use within the year prior to being surveyed. Among those with alcohol dependence or abuse, nearly 50,000 people pear year received treatment for their alcohol use within the previous year.
If you are searching for a successful drug or alcohol rehab in Arizona, view the program listings by clicking on the city above, or contact us for complimentary assistance.
Arizona Drug Rehabs by City
- Ajo (1)
Apache Junction (1)
Arizona City (3)
Bullhead City (5)
Camp Verde (1)
Casa Grande (5)
Fort Defiance (1)
Huachuca City (1)
Lake Havasu City (3)
New River (1)
Paradise Valley (1)
Peach Springs (1)
Prescott Valley (5)
Saint Johns (1)
San Carlos (1)
San Luis (1)
San Manuel (1)
Show Low (2)
Sierra Vista (4)
Sun City West (1)
Tuba City (1)
Arizona Recovery Support Resources
– Arizona Region http://arizona-na.org
– Western States Zonal Forum http://www.wszf.org
– Phoenix, West & East Valley Tri-Area Phone: 480.897-4636
– South Central Area (Casa Grande) Phone: 520.426-0121
– South Eastern Arizona Area (Tucson) Phone: 520.881-8381 http://www.natucson.org
– Yavapai Area (Prescott) Phone: 800.698-5148
– Navapache Area (Show Low, Holbrook, Snowflake, St John’s, Springerville) Phone: 928.368-7286
– Yavapai Area Phone: 928.458-4788
– Yuma Area Phone: 928.502-2201
– Verde Valley Area (Cottonwood) Phone: 928.634-2119 http://www.vvana.info
– CAN Area (Bullhead City/Kingman) Phone: 928.768-6467 http://canana.org
Arizona State Agency Resources
Arizona Department of Behavioral Health Services
150 North 18th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Phone Number: (602)-364-4558
Fax Number: (602)-364-4570