Residential Inpatient TreatmentThe Core Recovery Program for All Adults
Inpatient Addiction Treatment | Residential Drug Rehab
The terms are commonly interchangeable; some call it residential addiction treatment while others might refer to it as an inpatient drug rehab center. Here at AARC’s Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona treatment facilities, we offer a number of affordable and highly effective inpatient rehab options that extend anywhere from 30 days to as much as 6 or even 9 months. Our clients are most commonly comprised of young adults 18-35 and those in the 35+ age group, and in many cases are suffering from major addictions to more than just one substance.
When patients come to us for help with substance abuse issues, we understand the complexities involved when it comes to laying out a plan of attack that will best serve their long-term recovery interests. A key consideration that is often overlooked by many drug rehab centers is, that young adults tend to have less bad history or pain in their recent past, resulting from their addiction/alcoholism, and thus tend to have more difficulty in wholeheartedly committing themselves to a recovery-type lifestyle. We know this, and we know the many variables that play into this frame of thinking, and the programs at Arizona Addiction Recovery Center have been specially designed with these realities in mind.
Why is addiction treatment at AARC more effective for young adults?
- We focus on creating sobriety-based needs that are more applicable to this age group
- We integrate certain life coaching elements into the core recovery program that promote a greater sense of inner success, thereby further solidifying their recovery
- We place emphasis and broaden the scope for fun and enjoyment in their sober lives
- We provide a thriving alumni community for ongoing support, events, parties, meetings, etc.
- We view each patient uniquely and strive to resolve all underlying issues contributing to their addictive patterns
- At AARC, sobriety is “cool” and “recovery” is fun!
Clients and their families experience something quite unique here at AARC. Many of them have been to some type of drug rehab center in the past, both here in Phoenix/Scottsdale as well as elsewhere around the country, and many of their experiences were not nearly effective to the point where true change had set in. Consequently, many such clients are in great need of a new found sense of hope, and we recognize the importance of providing a level of hope that is able to be manifested into quantifiable and practical tools for achieving long-term sobriety.
Residential addiction treatment at AARC is geared specifically for young adults ages 18-35 and those who are 35+. If this approach matches yours or your loved one’s needs, then we highly encourage you to give us a call at (888) 512-1705 or send us an inquiry using the contact form at the bottom of this page. For those with PPO health insurance, we also invite you to speed things up by submitting your information via our health insurance verification form…
Arizona Addiction Recovery Center is here for you 24/7 by phone or email…call today and create the future you deserve: (888) 512-1705
We accept all PPO insurance policies. Fill out the VOB page below and get a confidential and free assessment of your insurance benefits.
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