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Arizona shares a border with Sonora — a major drug-trafficking state in Mexico. The mountainous desert terrain makes it difficult for law enforcement to patrol the border area. This makes drug smuggling into Arizona easier for the cartels.
As a result of the drug trafficking and high rates of unemployment, Arizona is plagued by drug addiction and alcoholism.
If you or someone you know is addicted to drugs or alcohol, The Treatment Center can help. Contact us today at (602) 476-6985 to discuss our drug and alcohol rehab. Our admissions counselors are available to speak with you 24/7.
What is The Treatment Center?
The Treatment Center is a Joint Commission accredited drug and alcohol rehab center. Our medical staff is led by board-certified doctors and licensed therapists who offer exceptional care to every patient.
Treatment for Arizona Addicts
Many Arizona residents have a difficult time quitting drugs and alcohol on their own. That is why we provide to them:
• Treatment for addiction or substance abuse
• Treatment for dual diagnosis
• Aftercare services
Arizona teens can also find healing from drugs and alcohol at our adolescent-only center.
Personalized Treatment Plans
Using personalized treatment plans, we meet the specific needs of each Arizona resident who comes to us. Our comprehensive plans are made up of the following therapies, services and programs:
• Medically safe detox
• One-on-one counseling
• Group therapy
• Dual diagnosis treatment
• Christian-based programs
• 12-step programs
• Compliance with court-ordered treatment
• Relapse prevention
• Complementary therapies (e.g. chiropractic care and acupuncture)
• Chronic pain management
• 24/7 compassionate care
• Outpatient programs
• Alumni support
You don’t have to get sober on your own. The Treatment Center will professionally guide you through substance abuse treatment. Call our admissions counselors today at (602) 476-6985 to get started. We are eagerly standing by to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse in Arizona
Thousands of individuals enroll in Arizona rehab centers each year to recover from drug and alcohol abuse. The following substances are some of the most commonly cited among treatment admissions:
According to the 1999-2009 Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS), alcohol has remained the primary substance of abuse among patients at Arizona rehab centers. The findings also show that treatment admissions for alcoholism have been on the rise again since 2005, after about six years of declining numbers.
Because Arizona shares a border with Mexico, meth (“ice”) made in super labs is transported to Arizona in large quantities. Over 2,000 patients sought treatment for methamphetamine abuse in 2009, making meth the most abused illicit drug in the state for that year.
Marijuana also comes into Arizona from Mexico, where much of the state’s supply is grown. TEDS findings for 2009 show that a large number (2,183) of admissions in Arizona rehab centers listed marijuana as their primary substance of abuse.
According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), Arizona’s prescription drug abuse rate was higher than that of the nation from 2010-2011. Since then, efforts have been made to lower the high rate of abuse.
Prevention tactics, such as community education, have helped decrease the supply of pills available to Arizona residents. Also critical to further cutting down on abuse is treatment for prescription drug abuse.
Heroin often comes to Phoenix or Tucson from Mexico. The varying purity of the drug has caused an increase in overdose deaths. According to the Health Services Department, the number of heroin-related deaths nearly doubled from 2003 to 2013.
Arizona teens and young adults are more likely to develop a heroin addiction than in previous years. This is because heroin is often sold in forms that can be snorted or smoked, taking out the fear factor of injecting the drug. Furthermore, teens and young adults who become addicted to prescription opiates sometimes switch to heroin when they can no longer afford expensive pills like OxyContin.
Other drugs abused in Arizona are cocaine, ecstasy and synthetic drugs like Spice and bath salts.
At The Treatment Center, we want to help Arizona residents who are ready to end their addiction to drugs and alcohol.
Please call us today at (602) 476-6985 to start working toward a sober future. Our admissions counselors are available anytime to talk with you over the phone or chat with you online.
You Can Overcome Addiction
At The Treatment Center, we believe in your ability to overcome addiction. The rest of your life doesn’t have to involve the devastation of substance abuse.
Call us now at (602) 476-6985 to start planning your recovery. Our friendly admissions counselors are ready to speak with you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays.
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