Addiction Treatment ServicesIntervention • Detox • Inpatient • Outpatient • Sober Living • Success
Addiction Treatment Services that Redefine Long-Term Success…
In most cases, our clients will be either in the 18-35 age range or 35+ and are caught up quite deep in their addictions. It is very common that we receive a call from a mother, father or spouse who is in drastic need of help and guidance in how to get their loved one into treatment. These types of scenarios are what we specialize in!
In many cases, especially given the rising epidemic in heroin, pain killers and other opiate drugs, the new patient will need to first undergo a brief medical detox period in order to properly wean down from their body’s physical dependence. Such is also the case with those addicted to alcohol as well as benzodiazepines (Xanax, Valium, etc.). Whatever the individual’s addiction and past history may entail, AARC is fully equipped to handle nearly all scenarios, no matter how drastic it may seem to be from your perspective.
Arizona Addiction Recovery Center is a full-scope treatment facility. This means that we offer all of the following treatment services on an in-house level, and with highly trained and certified clinical staff onsite:
- Addiction Intervention and Family Guidance
- Medical Detoxification (including Suboxone® and Subutex®)
- Short-Term and Long-Term Residential/Inpatient Treatment
- Complete Life Coaching & Guidance
- Intensive Outpatient Treatment
- Sober Living and Transitional Recovery Housing
- Family Integration and Therapeutic Support
Our primary focus rests entirely on preparing the client with a foundation that will best ensure the likelihood for not just long-term sobriety, but more important, “quality” long-term sobriety. At AARC it isn’t enough just to be sober while not furthering your life in other matters. This means that as the client becomes more stable within their new found recovery program, we begin slowly integrating other life matters that are common to young adults. It is very important to us that as the client nears their discharge date, they have a plan in place, a method they can follow in furthering themselves with regard to such things as; career, education, family involvement, strong sober relations and so on
History and experience show, with overwhelming proof, that newly recovered individuals with busy, productive and forward-moving lifestyles are far less likely to relapse. This of course is contingent on the fact that their sobriety remain priority-one, above all else, and this is exactly how we approach each client’s recovery as is best suited for their particular needs.
There remains much more to learn about AARC’s many variations toward effective addiction treatment. Most important of all however, is that our treatment programs are geared to address the clinical needs of each individual client. No two addicts or alcoholics are ultimately alike. Our drive to ensure success in sobriety is founded upon a commitment to the individual and his or her specific needs…
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
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