Alcohol Rehab Arizona

Purpose Healing Center offers a variety of programs and therapies that can be personalized for you or a loved one who needs help recovering from alcohol addiction.

Here’s a closer look at how alcohol rehab works and what you can do next to get started with recovery.

What Does Our Alcohol Rehab Offer?

Alcohol rehab is a blanket term for programs and therapies that treat alcohol use disorder. People who drink heavily on a regular basis can become physically dependent on alcohol and experience severe withdrawal symptoms when trying to quit. These individuals may also struggle with controlling or reducing their alcohol use and face a number of life problems caused by heavy drinking.

Purpose Healing Center can help these individuals experience a safe withdrawal and achieve long-term abstinence from alcohol. Our Joint Commission-accredited addiction treatment center in Arizona has a full continuum of care so that you can get the professional help you need, how you need it.

What Treatment Programs are Offered at Purpose Healing Center?

Alcohol rehab at Purpose Healing Center is available in the form of many different treatment programs to accommodate each patient and their unique situation. Our programs include residential inpatient, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and outpatient programs.

Our inpatient treatment programs usually last 30-,60-, or up to 90 days and allow patients to live and sleep at the treatment center while in recovery. These programs offer 24-hour medical care, support, and monitoring, and services such as daily housekeeping and nutritious meals.

Offering All Levels of Care for Effective Sober Support

A Purpose, our outpatient programs like a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) or Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) might be an ideal option for those who want to live at home while visiting the rehab center at least once per week for treatment. PHP and IOP programs work similarly to standard outpatient programs but involve a higher number of hours in therapy and counseling.

Clients in outpatient treatment programs for alcohol can also opt to stay in sober living facilities if they don’t want to live at home. Sober living can be beneficial for people with alcohol use disorder during and after treatment because it provides a sense of community and accountability in a substance-free space.

All alcohol rehab programs usually begin with alcohol detox, which treats and manages physical symptoms of alcohol withdrawal. Alcohol detox helps patients safely recover from alcohol dependence while facing a reduced risk for complications and often involves the use of medications that reduce discomfort.

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Detoxing From Alcohol: Symptoms and Specialized Programs

In addition to our other treatment options, Purpose Healing Center offers detoxification services, most often referred to as “detox.” Most likely, you will finish detox before you enter one of our inpatient or outpatient rehab programs. While rehab focuses on addressing the underlying causes of addiction, detox helps you through the initial process of discontinuing substances.

Professionally-led detox services are important because the initial process of getting off of drugs and alcohol is often one of the most risky parts of recovery. It is also the period when strong cravings and relapse are likely.

What are Common Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms?

When you first stop drinking, you may experience a range of different withdrawal symptoms. Signs of alcohol withdrawal may range in severity depending on factors like how long you’ve been drinking and how much you drank before detox. In some cases, they can be dangerous.

Possible symptoms of alcohol withdrawal include but aren’t limited to the following:

  • Shaking.
  • Sweating or chills.
  • Anxiety.
  • Nausea and vomiting.
  • Insomnia.
  • Loss of appetite.
  • Clammy skin.
  • Headache.
  • Irritability.
  • Depression.
  • Not thinking clearly.
  • Mood swings.
  • Nightmares.

That is why most clients spend a small amount of time (often, 3-10 days) in one of our Arizona-based detox programs before they move on to one of our drug and alcohol rehab programs.

Purpose Healing Center offers both inpatient and outpatient detox services so that you can choose the option that’s right for you.

Inpatient Alcohol Detox

Our inpatient detox program provides 24/7 supervision for clients who have moderate-to-severe withdrawal symptoms or who are unable to manage alcohol cravings on their own. Similar to inpatient rehab, you’ll eat, sleep, and live on-site at Purpose Healing Center’s inpatient detox facility until you’re medically stable if you are in an inpatient detox.

Outpatient Alcohol Detox 

Our outpatient detox program lets you get outpatient withdrawal management services. Since outpatient detox does not require that you live on-site and does not offer around-the-clock monitoring, it is most suitable for those with mild alcohol withdrawal symptoms who can manage cravings on their own.

Treatment and Therapies Offered at Purpose Healing Center

Cognitive-behavioral therapy

Behavioral therapy, support groups, and medications are used in alcohol rehab to treat the psychological components of alcohol use disorder. Behavioral therapies are aimed at changing drinking behaviors through counseling and individual and group therapy sessions.

Cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivational enhancement therapy, and family therapy are among the most common behavioral therapies offered at alcohol rehab. These therapies help you modify harmful behaviors and views about alcohol use while teaching you skills that will help you stay abstinent long-term.

Leading the Way for Addiction Treatment Centers in Arizona

Life skills and job or education planning can be an integral part of addiction treatment programs, too. Alcohol abuse can have a severe negative impact on your life, leading to possible health, legal, social, and financial problems. Even if you have not yet experienced these effects, alcohol addiction treatment matters.

Ideally, addiction and substance abuse recovery programs should address every aspect of your life, which is what our treatment center aims to do. We help clients with pending legal issues and are here to assist you in gaining all of the skills you need for a brighter future, whatever those might be.

Our alcohol treatment services are accessible throughout Maricopa County and the state as a whole, from cities in the Phoenix Valley such as Queen Creek and our neighbors in Gilbert, to those in nearby cities like Tucson. 

Recover From Alcohol Addiction Today with Purpose Healing Center

Purpose Healing Center in Arizona offers drug detox, alcohol detox, and a variety of rehab programs that help people safely recover from substance use disorders. Call us today at 480-579-3319 to learn more about our many different treatment programs and begin the admissions process.

Or, fill out our free insurance verification form to learn more about your available treatment options.

Recreational Activities During Alcohol Abuse Treatment

Recreation is yet another piece of the addiction treatment process. Our Arizona drug and alcohol treatment centers offer an extensive range of recreational activities to help you find enjoyment in and rebuild your life.

For example, physical activities, nature activities, and creative activities such as art therapy can be helpful outlets for both recreation and recovery.

Combined Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment for Alcohol Addiction

Substance Abuse Treatment

People with an Alcohol Use Disorder are significantly more likely to live with one or more additional mental health conditions. For example, someone might live with both alcohol addiction and depression, anxiety, a trauma or stress-related disorder, or schizophrenia.

If you have one or more co-occurring mental health conditions, we can help. One of the reasons to choose Purpose Healing Center over other addiction treatment providers is that our rehab centers in Arizona treat mental health conditions in addition to substance abuse.

Addiction recovery research shows that a whole-person approach to healing is most effective, which is what we provide. Purpose Healing Center is here to help you rebuild your life and address your full range of symptoms.

Telling Statistics for Alcohol Abuse in Arizona and the U.S.

Unfortunately, Alcohol Use Disorder is considered very common. The good news is that 7 in 10 people who consider themselves to have or have had a problem with substance use of some kind now say that they are recovering from alcoholism or addiction.

With that in mind, here is some of what we know about alcohol abuse, Alcohol Use Disorder, and treatment for alcohol addiction in Arizona and the United States.

  • An estimated 15.1 million adults ages 18 and older are diagnosed with alcohol use disorder, according to the NIAAA.
  • An estimated 623,000 teens between the ages of 12 and 17 have alcohol use disorder.
  • About 6.7% of adults and 5.2% of teens diagnosed with alcohol use disorder in the past year received treatment at alcohol rehab centers.
  • More than 23% of admissions to drug rehab centers in the U.S. are for alcohol dependence and addiction, reports the NIDA.
  • Arizona has about 244 alcohol rehab centers and 293 facilities that treat both alcohol and drug use disorders, according to SAMHSA.
  • Arizona has 86 drug and alcohol detox centers: 42 outpatient programs, 20 residential programs, and 24 hospital inpatient programs.
  • About 7.6% of people in Arizona ages 12 and older are dependent on alcohol, reports SAMHSA.

Our treatment centers in Arizona address all types and levels of alcohol addiction through evidence-based treatment, making Purpose Healing Center a leading choice for those looking for alcohol rehab centers in Arizona for themselves or someone else in their life.

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Does Insurance Cover Alcohol Rehab in Arizona?

Health insurance can help you cover the cost of alcohol rehab, including outpatient, residential inpatient, and detox services. Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), insurance providers must include substance abuse treatment as part of their essential health benefits.

Purpose Healing Center works with most private insurance companies to make treatment more accessible. To check on your insurance coverage for treatment at Purpose Healing Center’s Arizona alcohol rehabs, give us a call. We offer payment plans and might be able to help you find alternative methods of payment if needed. 

Once your insurance is verified, we can move on to the next step of the admissions process. The next step of the admissions process is our intake assessment, which will help Purpose Healing Center better understand your or your loved one’s treatment needs.

Getting to Our Alcohol Rehab Arizona Locations

We have two Arizona addiction treatment centers: Our Scottsdale location and our Phoenix location. Both locations provide Arizona drug and alcohol detox services, as well as inpatient treatment and all levels of outpatient care.

If your address is in Arizona, our transportation services can help you get picked up and safely brought to our Arizona drug and alcohol rehab.

Reach Out to Purpose for Proven Alcohol Treatment Today

If you’re ready to find out how our Scottsdale and Phoenix addiction treatment centers in Arizona can help you or your loved one facing alcohol addiction, contact Purpose Healing Center today.

We are here to schedule a tour of our addiction treatment centers, verify your insurance coverage for alcohol rehab in Arizona, or answer any questions you might have about treatment.

FAQs About Alcohol Rehab Arizona Services

What does rehabilitation mean in alcohol?

Rehabilitation or “rehab” services refer to treatment programs that address alcohol use disorder. Our drug and alcohol rehab center offers medically managed residential inpatient rehab as well as all levels of outpatient care and detox services.

In other words, Purpose offers every type or level of rehab program used to address alcohol addiction and other substance use disorders.

How do I find AA meetings in Arizona?

AA meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a well-known and free support group for those overcoming alcohol addiction. To find an AA meeting in Arizona, go to the official AA website and click the “Find A.A. Near You” tab to find a resource that will help you locate AA meetings in or near your zip code.

What does the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration say about alcohol addiction treatment?

The Substance Use and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has some recommendations for the most effective possible substance abuse treatment. Most notably, SAMHSA suggests that addiction treatment should address co-occurring mental or behavioral health disorders (e.g., depression, bipolar disorder) when applicable and that longer treatment stays in addiction treatment are associated with better addiction recovery outcomes.

Purpose Healing Center treats co-occurring conditions and offers longer treatment stays to help you or your loved one live a happy, healthy, sober life. We’re here for you every step of the way, from our Arizona detox and residential inpatient programs to outpatient programming and aftercare. 

References

  1. https://www.niaaa.nih.gov/health-professionals-communities/core-resource-on-alcohol/mental-health-issues-alcohol-use-disorder-and-common-co-occurring-conditions
  2. https://www.hhs.gov/about/news/2023/01/04/samhsa-announces-national-survey-drug-use-health-results-detailing-mental-illness-substance-use-levels-2021.html
  3. https://samhsa.gov/data/sites/default/files/2015_Arizona_BHBarometer.pdf
  4. https://www.aa.org/find-aa
  5. https://store.samhsa.gov/sites/default/files/tip-35-pep19-02-01-003.pdf

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Alcohol rehab in Arizona infographic by Purpose Healing Center