Drug Rehabs in Scottsdale, AZ

Scottsdale, Arizona is suffering from high rates of drug and alcohol addiction that plague, but there are many local and national treatment options available.

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Pinnacle Peak Recovery

Scottsdale, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care

844-225-8937

Addiction Recovery Centers

Phoenix, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care

877-814-9868

Cornerstone Healing Center

Scottsdale, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care

844-931-1105

Southwest Wellness Group

Phoenix, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care

855-518-1067

Oasis Behavioral Health Hospital

Chandler, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care

855-338-0838

Sierra Tucson

Tucson, AZ

Full Spectrum of Care

855-889-6553

Sonora Behavioral Health

Tucson, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care

866-284-8473

America’s Rehab Campuses

Tucson, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care

877-484-7367

Seven Hills Behavioral Health Hospital

Henderson, NV

Multiple Levels of Care

844-695-1437

Steps Recovery Center – St. George

St. George, UT

Full Spectrum of Care

844-919-0017

Sober Life San Diego

San Diego, CA

Multiple Levels of Care

866-667-8629

Pacific Grove Hospital

Riverside, CA

Multiple Levels of Care

855-801-1534

Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Scottsdale, Arizona

Scottsdale and Phoenix make up a majority of Maricopa County, Arizona, the most densely populated area in the entire state. Because of their close proximity, much of what happens in Phoenix carries over to Scottsdale and vice versa. Arizona’s location on the Mexican border makes it a hub for Mexican cartels’ drug smuggling. National parks, like the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge, are used as pathways for drug trafficking. Phoenix, and Scottsdale by proximity, has become a one-stop shop for any kind of drug someone is looking for.

Opioid Addiction in Scottsdale

Arizona, like every state across the country, is faced with an opioid epidemic. The vast majority of Arizona’s opioid abuse happens within Maricopa County, which has the highest reported numbers throughout the state.

Maricopa County was home to 3,114 of the 5,202 opioid overdoses in Arizona in 2016, 800 of which resulted in death, a 16% increase from 2015. In 2015, Maricopa also owned nearly two-thirds of the 27,363 inpatient discharges and emergency room visits related to opioids, the most prominent drug problem in the state.

The crux of the issue in this area is the ease of receiving a prescription. In Maricopa County, four doctors wrote over 6,000,000 prescriptions for opioids in 2016. That’s nearly 2 million more prescriptions than people in the county, including children. This opens the floodgates of prescription painkillers into neighborhoods where they don’t belong, giving more people easy access and developing addictions to medications they shouldn’t have in the first place. Statistics show that people who start with prescription opioids are more likely to turn to heroin when they can’t get their fix.

This doesn’t just affect those who take the drugs willingly, but newborns as well. Between 2017 and 2018, 455 infants across Arizona, were diagnosed with opioid dependence upon birth. This issue, even if treated, has already affected their growth and brain development.

Methamphetamines in Scottsdale

The DEA has stated that methamphetamines are the biggest danger to the state. Of the 24,111 documented cases of methamphetamine abuse across the state, between inpatient discharges and ER visits, the majority fell within Maricopa County.

2016 saw a 100% increase in the number of methamphetamines that were smuggled across the Mexican border from the previous year. Police seized 5,584 pounds of methamphetamines, $20.6 million worth, outside of Tucson alone. There is little any law enforcement agency can do as preventative measures. With the chance at this much profit, someone will always be willing to take the risk.

The only true defense is helping the individual and the self, figuring out what weaknesses would cause one to turn to self-medication, and dismantling the illicit drug market one person at a time.

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Treatment in Scottsdale

There are a range of rehabilitation programs for inpatient and outpatient treatment within Scottsdale and Maricopa County as a whole, including counseling, medication-assisted therapy, and 12-step programs. These are a convenient option when seeking recovery, especially if you’re seeking support from friends and family at this time.

However, sometimes a change of scenery is a much-needed step in recovery and being able to separate yourself from the environment that your addiction was created in can be important to putting yourself in a healthier mental state, especially if the specific substances you’re addicted to are easily accessible in your area.

If you don’t know what is right for you, take a look at different facilities to see what your best option is. If you still need help planning your next step, then reach out to a dedicated treatment provider today. They can help figure out your next steps in your journey towards recovery.

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Government Programs

Find local government programs that promote sober living and will help you find peace in your day to day life.

NameLocationPhone
Arizona Regional Subcommittee of NAPO Box 1351
Phoenix, AZ 85001
Arizona Area Committee of Alcoholics AnonymousPO Box 21612
Mesa, AZ 85277

College Programs

The Health and Counseling Student Action Committee (HCSAC)

Arizona State University-Tempe

The Health and Counseling Student Action Committee (HCSAC) was formed to be the student voice in wellbeing related issues around campus and the community. The HCSAC goes about as a liaison between the ASU student body and organization. We work in conjunction with ASU Health Services, ASU Wellness, and Counseling and Consultation (C&C) to assess and talk about different student medical problems keeping in mind the end goal to make a more advantageous campus environment through execution of relevant approach and programming.

1151 S. Forest Ave.
Tempe, AZ 85287

ASU Counseling Services

Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix

For students experiencing emotional concerns, problems in adjusting, and other factors ASU Counseling Services offers confidential, time-limited, counseling and crisis services. Our counsellors will talk with you and help you identify solutions or support so that you are able to achieve your academic and personal goals. We also help you connect with those services at ASU or in the community.

522 N. Central Avenue
Suite 208, Phoenix, AZ 85004

ACU Counseling Services

Arizona Christian University

Arizona Christian University is proud to provide free counseling services (behavioral/mental health) to students and college personals. We prefer electronic mode of communication for booking a counseling appointment thus email us at counselingcenter@arizonachristian.edu For Academic Counseling, please see Brenda Spear in the Academic Center brenda.spear@arizonachristian.edu

2625 E. Cactus Road
Phoenix, AZ 85032

LOCAL COUNSELING, TREATMENT, AND REHABILITATION PROGRAMS

Arizona Automotive Institute

For possession and trafficking of a controlled substance, campuses are required to notify current/perspective students and employees of local counseling, treatments, and rehabilitation programs. Please refer to the Local Counseling, Treatment, and Rehabilitation Programs addendum.

6829 N46th Avenue
Glendale, AZ 85301

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