Arizona’s Leader in Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment Detox Services
Programs for Young Adults (18 to 35) and for Older Adults (35 and up)
A Joint Commission Accredited Facility
Arizona Addiction Recovery Center
An acclaimed addiction treatment center in Phoenix & Scottsdale, AZ with recovery programs for young adults (18-35) and for older adults (35 & up)
“Setting the Stage for a Life Worth Living!”
Effective Treatment & Detox
AARC in Phoenix & Scottsdale, AZ provides full scope addiction treatment, from intervention to medical detox to residential/inpatient drug rehab and much more!
Programs for Ages 18 to 35
A special drug rehab program designed for young adults that focuses on building your life, career, family and healthy living skills while in active recovery from addiction
A Program for Ages 35 & Up
For more mature adults, generally ages 35 and up, AARC provides specialty addiction, detox & mental health treatment that focuses on the needs inherent to this demographic.
Another life changed, another family back together, and another success story…
He arrived here like so many, broken and hopeless! And as many others had experienced just the same, there was a magic that set in soon after arriving. Click the video above and listen as he describes his story…
Drug addiction is a severe medical condition, affecting millions of Americans and inflicting financial damages of more than $240 billion every year. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, drug overdose in the US terminates over 65,000 lives, while drug use disorder signs can be identified in over 21 million individuals across the nation. At Arizona Addiction Recovery Center, we believe this is one of the worst epidemics in the history of the country and probably the world.
Naturally, the first thing that comes to people’s minds is: how to get insurance to pay for drug rehab. The rehabilitation process is not easy. It may last for months or years on end, in the case of aftercare and constant relapse episodes. Several studies have suggested that more than 85% of the addicts will relapse shortly after completing the programs. Other statistics point to an over 90% rate. Furthermore, addicts may relapse several times over shorter periods of time, in each case having to resume the rehab program.
This aspect, combined with the top-quality services provided by high-profile institutions may increase the costs of the rehabilitation program above some people’s pay grade. Fortunately, the latest data showed that approximately 91% of the Americans have a form of health insurance, which is already an essential step in the right direction. But when it comes to drug rehab, you might want to reconsider your options. For this reason, knowing how to get insurance to pay for drug rehab can sometimes be vital, both for your health and for your pocket.
There are three primary types of health care plans to choose from:
- The Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) – It is specially designed for covering the services of the in-network providers. Patients will refer to a primary care physician, or a PCP, who will regulate their insurance contract; in case you will intend to see a specialist outside the network, you will require the PCP’s referral.
- The Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) – In addition to the HMO, PPOs will cover out-of-the-network costs as well, or some of them anyway. It is a health care plan based on subscriptions, with specific discounts and a lot more flexibility than the HMO.
- Point of service (POS) – Out of the three, this is the most flexible alternative, as enrollees will get the opportunity to opt for either HMO or PPO, depending on their health care needs at any given point.
Once having chosen a health care plan, your next move should be to select your insurance plan. And here the options are: public or private. The public insurance plan is usually cheaper, but it covers less rehab-related services, while the private one can be more expensive, but more inclusive as well.
Another option might come in the form of group insurance, provided by employers. Whatever your option might be, you need to know how to get insurance to pay for drug rehab. Patients don’t always have the means to pay out of their pockets, especially in times of need. At Arizona Addiction Recovery Center, we accept all forms of private insurance plans, so make sure you get one that’s suitable for as many rehab services as possible.
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I’m 32 years old and had been to at least 5 or 6 drug rehabs in the past 10 years or so. After having been here for almost 90 days, I can sincerely say that I’ve never experienced such an awesome way to get sober and learn how to live and enjoy life without the use of drugs. Thank you everyone!Jennifer Grieti
My son Jordan was here for 6 weeks and the changes I’ve noticed in him are astounding. Even beyond the drug abuse, he has for the first time in his life really taken on the responsibilities a man in his 20’s should. He’s now back in college and our family is as wonderful as ever…thank you to Chris and Alex, you guys are wonderful!!!Dianne King (Jordan's mom)
A coaching client of mine was really struggling with heroin addiction and unfortunately became hooked beyond belief. I investigated a number of treatment facilities throughout Arizona and determined this was likely the best option given his age and addiction. He went through detox and residential treatment here for 3 months and today I must that I have been truly impressed every step of the way. I definitely recommend AARC…Trevis Carlisle (Life Coach)
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