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.
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Is for Rehab in Arizona Right for Your Teen?
Let's face it. Teenagers can be a confounding species. There are some teens, however, whose behavior may not be signs of normal hormonal and emotional changes but are instead symptoms of illicit drug abuse. If that's what is going on with your adolescent, rehab in Arizona might be just the thing to improve the health of your child and boost family morale, as well.
How to spot signs of drug abuse in Arizona teens
Kids who have become enamored of certain drugs tend to show similar signs. When you teen comes home after an evening of socializing with friends, use your nose to detect the tell-tale aroma of marijuana or alcohol. If your teen's been smoking or drinking, they may try to mask the smell, but you'll probably still be able to suss it out.
Look your teenager in the eyes, especially when they first get home. Pay attention to what their eyes are telling you. Do they look you squarely in the eye, or is their attention diverted? If you teenager has been drinking alcohol or smoking weed, their eyes may be reddened and their eyelids may appear heavy. Their pupils may be constricted, especially if they have been dabbling with opiates such as OxyContin.
Kids who have been drinking may find it difficult to focus long enough to answer a question. Additionally, they may show a flushed color on their face and cheeks. If your troubled teen shows any of these signs, it's probably a very good time to call us to talk about rehab in Arizona.
Mood changes are other signs of drug abuse to watch for. Is your formerly shy teen suddenly extroverted and obnoxious? Is your usually outgoing adolescent now behaving sullen and withdrawn? There may be other reasons than drug abuse for these changes, of course, but it's certainly worth looking into if you think that your teen might be abusing and misusing prescription drugs, street drugs or another type of intoxicant.
Deception and secretive behavior may indicate that your teenager is dabbling in drugs. Is your once open teen now being vague about who they are hanging out with and where they are going? If your teen tells you that they are going to see a movie with friends, ask them to describe the films when they get home. If your adolescent tells you they are going to party at a friend house where adults will be in attendance, give that friend's parents a call to verify whether or not they are actually going to chaperon the social event. If your teen won't tell you the parents' names or phone number, tell them they cannot go to the party. Then give us a call so we can have a calm discussion about rehab in Arizona options.
Ten signs of drug abuse in teenagers
Poor school attendance
Failure to perform academically
Defiance and hostility
A change in friends and social circles
Decreased interest in former hobbies
Isolation from friends and family members
Lack of eye contact
Complaints from teachers
Loss of friends who were once close
If your kid show signs of drug misuse, take heart. Give us a call right now, so we can talk about drug rehab in Arizona.
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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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