Arizona Treatment Programs

The Treatment Specialist provides confidential assistance to individuals seeking treatment for addiction and/or mental health disorders in the state of Arizona. Our team of specialists is unwavering it its commitment to help you or your loved one locate the best treatment match for your specific needs.  The Treatment Specialist network includes the top rehab providers for treating addiction, mental health, and dual diagnosis.

Drug and Alcohol Addiction Arizona Treatment Programs

When faced with the serious consequences of a drug or alcohol dependency, it is important to know what treatment options exist. Addiction treatment programs aim to restore emotional health while breaking the cycle of continued drug use and giving clients new coping tools that support a sober lifestyle.

There are many different kinds of treatment programs, each defined by their services, modalities, and philosophies.  Some programs are small and intimate with a handful of clients, where others are larger scale, with dozens of clients.  Some facilities incorporate the 12-step program and others offer an alternative to 12 steps approach to treatment.  There are also some that will provide sober living resources for clients.  Regardless of the variations, all drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs will fall into one of two camps, inpatient or outpatient rehab.

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Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient rehab is designed to remove the client from the environment and people who may contributing to the addictive behaviors and replace that with a safe, supportive and therapeutic environment.  This allows the client to focus on therapy and healing without outside stressors and triggers.  Inpatient rehabilitation provides the highest level of care for treating drug and alcohol addictions, with 24-hour monitoring by staff.  Clients will live at the rehab facility for a defined period of time, the minimum being 30 days in most cases.

Detox is often available at an inpatient rehab, providing constant monitoring during the withdrawal process.  After detox, clients will participate in a full schedule of activities designed to promote healing and a new, sober lifestyle.

Inpatient Services

Treatment consists of various evidence-based therapeutic activities, including:

  • Individual psychotherapy
  • Group counseling
  • Family program
  • Relapse prevention planning
  • Medication management
  • Recovery group meetings, such as 12-step
  • Guest speakers on addiction and recovery
  • Holistic activities such as yoga, art and music therapy, and guided meditation
  • Recreational activities

Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient rehab is beneficial for those with a less severe addiction and who want to be able to continue to participate in work and family while in treatment.  Because outpatient treatment doesn’t include housing, it can be a more cost effective treatment route.  Outpatient treatment providers sometimes also offer sober living resources as an added layer of support.  Outpatient programs come in a variety of formats and levels of intensity.  Some focus on teaching life skills, some act as a liaison between treatment and the court system, and some feature a menu of sober activities to help promote a sober lifestyle.

A client can begin the outpatient program after they have completed detox and withdrawal. After a client’s needs are evaluated during the intake process a customized plan will be created and overseen by the case manager.  All counseling sessions, classes, and group meetings are designed to educate and foster a social support system.

Outpatient Services

Outpatient rehabilitation services include:

  • Individual counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Required participation in a recovery group such as AA or NA
  • Life skills classes
  • Relapse prevention planning
  • Medication Management
  • Ongoing addiction education

Dual Diagnosis Arizona Treatment Programs

Dual diagnosis is a term that refers to the coexistence of both a mood or personality disorder with a substance use disorder.  There is very common, as many with a mental health disorder may use substances to self-medicate.  The substance in most cases only exacerbates the mental health condition.  When it is determine the individual has co-occurring disorders, a treatment program that specializes in dual diagnosis is the appropriate level of care.  These programs have the professional clinical expertise to manage and treat both the substance use and mental health disorders.

Mental Health Arizona Treatment Programs

Although a doctor or psychiatrist can successfully manage many mental health conditions at the medial practice level, in some cases additional, more targeted treatment becomes necessary.  An individual may be struggling with a debilitating mental health disorder that has left them unable to manage their life or fulfill the basic responsibilities of home and work.  Another may be experiencing a psychotic break, an acute phase of an ongoing mental health disorder.  In such cases, a mental health treatment program may be the appropriate level of care.

PHQ-9 Depression Screening

Achieve TMS offers an online version of the commonly used Depression Screening tool called the PHQ-9. The nine items of the PHQ-9 are based directly on the nine diagnostic criteria for major depressive disorder in the DSM-IV.

Mental Health Treatment Facilities

When someone is suffering from an ongoing mental health disorder that is disrupting their normal life activities, they may benefit from a more concentrated treatment program.  Depending on the severity of the mental condition and the individual’s overall health, there are three main categories of mental health treatment:  hospital inpatient, residential, and outpatient, or day treatment.

Mental health treatment programs can be found in various formats.  For the highest level of care, a psychiatric hospital environment is appropriate.  Others may thrive in a residential environment, often a comfortable home setting.  There are outpatient mental health centers that offer counseling services and oversight of medications, best for the patient who is mentally stabile.

The mental health disorders that the programs treat include:

  • Major depressive disorder (MDD)
  • Anxiety spectrum disorders:
    • Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
    • Specific phobias
    • Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
    • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
    • Social anxiety
    • Panic disorder
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia, and binge eating disorder

Mental health treatment is multidisciplinary and includes individual psychotherapy, group therapy, teaching coping skills, practicing relaxation techniques, learning anger management, and adjunct therapies, such as yoga, meditation, art and music therapy, and massage therapy.

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