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Sex Addiction Therapy in Arizona

Gentle Path at The Meadows (928) 668-1999 1655 N Tegner St.
Wickenburg, AZ 85390
Providing outstanding results through a modern sex addict approach.
Cottonwood de Tuscon (520) 743-0411 4110 West Sweetwater Dr.
Tucson, AZ 85745
Redevelops healthy responses between the brain and nervous system through active events and therapy.
Sierra Tuscon (877) 959-8896 39580 S Lago del Oro Pkwy.
Tucson, AZ 85739
Residential treatment to remove the addict from the stress and enablers that are commonplace in todays society in order to better focus on the necessary recovery tools to begin the healing process.

Alcohol Abuse Rehabs in Arizona

The River Source (866) 294-9331 16286 South Sunland Gin Rd.
Arizona City, AZ 85123
Taking a holistic approach to recovery since 2003, The River Source combines Naturopathy and medicinal therapy to conquer addiction issues.
Desert Cove Recovery (844) 235-2768 15170 N Hayden Rd. Suite 4
Scottsdale, AZ. 85260
A memorable experience for recovery, Desert Cove is located in a gorgeous Scottsdale setting.

Opiate Addiction Treatment in Arizona

Decision Point Center (844) 292-5010 505 Whipple Street
Prescott, Arizona, 86301
Unique all encompassing drug and alcohol treatment.

Dual Diagnosis Programs in Arizona

Calvary Healing Center (602) 279-1468 720 E. Montebello Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85014
With a focus on preventing the need of drug and alcohol use, Calvary organizes a group meeting regimen combined with personalized and family therapy.

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Addiction Updates & News in Arizona

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Phoenix, AZ State Capitol

Add A Treatment Facility

Population: 6.9 (in millions) as of 2017 (source: census.gov)
18+ Drug Use Month: 557 (in thousands) as of 2014 (source: samhsa.gov)
18+ Serious Mental Illness: 203 (in thousands) as of 2014 (source: samhsa.gov)

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Drug Dependence and Mental Health Issues in Arizona

According to the most recent data compiled by United States Census Bureau and The National Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration, nearly 1 in 16 citizens in Arizona have 1 or more substance abuse issues (these figures include statistical analysis of reported alcohol, prescription drug, and illicit drug abuse combined). An alarming number on the surface, yet understandable, as science reveals addiction as a disease of the brain. Unlike most mental disease, addiction can not only be treated, it can be permanently overcome during recovery. In return, addiction awareness and prevention become more widespread the more patient and understanding we become during the healing process.

Mental Health & Dependency

(ages 18 & up)

Illicit Drug & Use Dependency – 92 (in thousands) Past Year

Alcohol & Drinking Dependency – 183 (in thousands) Past Year

Not receiving treatment for drug dependency – 135 (in thousands) Past Year

Not receiving treatment for alcohol dependency – 366 (in thousands) Past year

Depression Lasting 2+ Weeks – 362 (in thousands) Past Year

Suffering from a Serious Mental Illness – 203 (in thousands) Past year

Considered Suicide – 210 (in thousands) Past Year

(source: samhsa.gov)

Drug & Alcohol Use

(ages 12 & up)

Alcohol Abuse – 1.2 (in millions) Past Month Use

Recreational Marijuana Use – 438 (in thousands) Past Month Use

Crack Cocaine Consumption – 118 (in thousands) Past Month Use

Heroin Addiction & Other Drugs – 201 (in thousands) Past Month Use

Pharmaceutical Pills – 231 (in thousands) Past Month Use

(source: samhsa.gov)

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Compulsive Activity Disorders in Arizona

Sex & Pornography Addiction

Living in a pressure-filled society many times pushes one to a physiological reaction known as “fight-or-flight”. This acute response to stress forces some into unhealthy ways of escaping. Many find pornography and/or deviant sexual acts as a quick escape, due to porn being readily available online. Similar to drugs, sex and pornography activate stimuli in the brain that it can eventually become a compulsive activity, many times negatively affecting the most intimate of relationships. Many addictions coincide with a dual diagnosis of depression, severe anxiety and/or PTSD. Prescott House therapists understand the process of healing and recovering. If a change is needed, Prescott House is ready to give back that freedom…read more

Gambling & Spending Addiction

Chasing thrills is very commonplace in everyday life. Whether it’s hunting, skydiving, fast cars, etc., men tend to seek a boost in adrenaline in many different ways. Much like taking risks physically, taking risks financially can also become a “high” and a pleasure forming activity. The grandiose sensation of “Winning it all” or “losing it all” has been described as a feeling like no other. From the family man playing poker to the high roller, a pathological gambling addiction can place anyone in a financial ruin and worst of all, with broken relationships. Spending addictions can also have no associated risk at the time of purchase but the reliance on lavish items such as fancy cars, elaborate trips and the finer things in life can lead to insurmountable debt, proving gambling is not the only financial risk we should be on the lookout for…read more

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Transitioning to Prescott House from Arizona

Finding oneself at Prescott House, a safe environment in which confronting self-destructive behaviors, helps individuals develop accountability and promotes personal growth throughout recovery. Understanding and treating the causes of self-destructive behaviors, rather than just the symptoms, provides a long-term successful recovery…read Why We Care

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Extended Aftercare Program

Since 1988 Prescott House has served the recovery community as an extension of primary treatment that offers individuals the time and intensive environment to change and heal. We have found through experience, and nationally recognized research shows, that long-term recovery is dependent on long-term treatment in a nurturing and intensive therapeutic environment.

The primary component of the program is the group therapy experience. Clients participate in at least 12 structured therapy groups each week as well as working individually with a primary therapist. Another piece of our program is volunteer service work in the local community until a client is therapeutically ready to get a part-time job or take classes at one of our three local colleges…read more


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