On the previous page I introduced you to the issues surrounding the need for alcohol and drug rehab and treatment centers in Arizona, and provided information about some places where information is available for people affected by drug and alcohol abuse.
Here I will provide you with the information for various types of alcohol and drug treatment programs that are available in Maricopa County. At the time they were added, each of these alcohol rehab facilities was licensed by the State of Arizona as a Behavioral Health Facility. You can check here to see any recent enforcement actions (regulatory violations) against them. All of these drug and alcohol rehab treatment centers have actual addresses and phone numbers, not just toll free hotlines. Both outpatient and residential treatment centers are included. At these websites you can learn about the drug and alcohol treatment philosophy and programs. The quotations for each listing are from the official web site of the rehab facility.
Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Facilities - Inpatient and Outpatient
A Sober Way Home
"We provide men and women safe, effective, intensive and expansive therapeutic drug rehab and alcoholism addiction treatment programs in a family-style residential setting that prepares them to remain clean and sober while embracing the benefit of a lifelong 12-Step commitment." Prescott.
Banner Health - Behavioral Health Centers
"Banner Behavioral Health is dedicated to providing safe, confidential and compassionate treatment. Our professionals offer customized treatment plans to meet each patient's particular needs -- in the least restrictive therapeutic environment, and furnish specialized treatment for patients with co-existing psychiatric and chemical dependency problems." Phoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, and Glendale.
Dynamic Living Counseling Services
"Dynamic Living is a well-established state-licensed outpatient counseling agency specializing in DUI treatment, education, and screening." Gilbert, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe.
East Valley Substance Abuse Center
"East Valley Substance Abuse Center has successfully served men and women whose dependency on alcohol and other drugs, has led to a lifestyle which has been destructive to their self-esteem, family relationships, employment, and/or legal status." Mesa.
"The Meadows is a multi-disorder facility specializing in the treatment of trauma and addictions. The Meadows' clinical experts reach beyond single-level treatment of addictions, behavioral disorders and psychological conditions to diagnose and treat the underlying problems." Wickenburg.
Native American Connections
"Native American Connections was founded in 1972 by Indian elders to provide a drug free safe haven with support services....Native American Connections serves the urban Indian population and tribal communities from throughout the Southwest." Phoenix.