Drug Addiction Treatment

Purpose Healing Center can help you or a loved one safely withdraw from substances like heroin and prescription drugs and change harmful behaviors associated with drug abuse.

Here’s more about how drug rehab works, and what you can do next to get help for your drug use disorder.

What Is Drug Rehab?

Drug rehab is a treatment program that helps people recover from drug dependence and addiction.

Drug addiction treatment is not one-size-fits-all, which is why Purpose Healing Center offers a variety of programs that are individualized for each patient based on their unique situation. PHC offers inpatient residential programs, as well as partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, and standard outpatient programs.

Treatment can take place in many different settings in a variety of forms and include a combination of therapies.  PHC focuses on helping patients address the root causes of their substance use disorders and learn skills that help them achieve long-term abstinence.

Accredited Drug Rehab Programs at
Purpose Healing Center

Our inpatient Residential Programs provide patients with 24-hour support and medical supervision. Inpatient programs are an option for those who have a medical or psychiatric condition that requires intensive care and monitoring, while residential programs are an option for those who need strong support and help adjusting to a life without drugs.

Outpatient Programs are an option for those who want to live at home while receiving drug rehab treatment at least one day per week. Partial Hospitalization Programs  meet most frequently at least five days per week for several hours per day, while intensive outpatient programs meet at least three days per week for a few hours per day.

Drug and alcohol detox is normally included as part of all inpatient, residential, and outpatient treatment programs, depending on the substance being used. Detox helps manage and reduce symptoms of withdrawal for drugs such as heroin, painkillers, and benzodiazepines. Following drug detox, patients can begin receiving therapy and counseling through their treatment programs.

Which Therapies Are Offered
at PHC?

Effective drug addiction treatments often include a combination of behavioral therapy and medications, according to the NIDA. Behavioral therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, group therapy, and motivational interviewing teach patients how to resist drug use, change harmful behaviors, and improve their problem-solving skills.

Therapies commonly offered at PHC include:

  • Family therapy
  • 12-step support groups
  • Motivational incentives
  • Contingency management
  • Community reinforcement
  • Matrix model
  • Substance abuse education
  • Relapse prevention training
  • Medication management

Recover From Addiction with PHC Drug Rehab

Purpose Healing Center in Arizona offers a variety of drug and alcohol rehab programs that help people safely recover from substance use disorders. Call us today at (phone number) to learn more about our many different treatment programs and begin the admissions process. Or, fill out our free insurance benefits form to learn more about your available treatment options.

Statistics for Drug Abuse in Arizona and the U.S.

  • In 2016, about 174 people in the U.S. died every day from drug poisoning and overdose, according to the DEA.
  • Heroin and prescription opioids accounted for 66% of the total number of drug overdoses in the U.S. in 2016.
  • More than 70,200 people in the U.S. died from a drug overdose in 2017 — a two-fold increase from the number of drug overdose deaths in 2009, according to the NIDA.
  • Arizona has 267 drug rehab centers and 293 facilities that treat both drug and alcohol use disorders, reports SAMHSA.
  • Arizona has 85 drug and alcohol detox programs and 29 facilities that offer opioid treatment programs.
  • In Arizona, an estimated 3.2% of people ages 12 and older are dependent on illicit drugs like heroin, methamphetamine, and cocaine.
  • Only 15.1% of people dependent on illicit drugs in Arizona receive treatment at drug rehab.