Drug Rehabs in Tempe, AZ

Tempe is one of the most populated cities in Arizona and is also home to the main campus of Arizona State University, one of the largest public universities in the United States. Like the rest of Arizona, Tempe faces challenges from opioid addiction and alcohol abuse.

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Oasis Behavioral Health Hospital

Chandler, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care

855-338-0838

Addiction Recovery Centers

Phoenix, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care

877-814-9868

Pinnacle Peak Recovery

Scottsdale, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care

844-225-8937

Cornerstone Healing Center

Scottsdale, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care

844-931-1105

Southwest Wellness Group

Phoenix, AZ

Multiple Levels of Care

855-518-1067

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

The Opioid Epidemic in Tempe

Tempe, Arizona is a large city located in Maricopa County with a population of about 185,000 people. In 2016, 769 Arizonans lost their lives to an overdose on at least one opioid. Tempe’s Maricopa County suffers from more casualties from opioids than any other part of Arizona. Among the 910 fatal overdoses which occurred in Arizona in 2017, 576 overdoses occurred in Tempe and Maricopa County, and in 2018, at least 538 people, mostly men between the ages of 25 and 54, overdosed on opioids in the Tempe area. Drug traffickers have brought fentanyl, the most lethal opioid, into the Tempe drug market. In 2018, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office arrested two men for conspiracy to distribute 8,000 fentanyl pills.

Although people in Tempe typically develop opioid dependence accidentally after taking prescribed painkillers, many opioid-addicted Tempe residents eventually begin to use heroin. Drug traffickers sometimes lace heroin with other drugs, especially with fentanyl, and create substances which subject users to very high risks of overdose. Paramedics from the Tempe Fire and Medical Rescue Department have become adept at saving lives from overdoses, which the police encourage people to report, although sometimes people die from overdoses before help arrives. To more effectively fight the opioid epidemic, Maricopa County has begun to provide addicted prisoners with Vivitrol, a drug which is supposed to suppress opioid dependence.

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Alcohol Abuse and ASU College Students

As a major college town and large city, Tempe has experienced multiple problems related to alcohol abuse. In 2017, 516 people died in Tempe and Maricopa County from cirrhosis and alcoholic liver disease. Alcohol is the most commonly-abused substance in Tempe and throughout Arizona. Since there is a large student population in Tempe, the city government and local police department have been working to reduce underage drinking. In 2016, police in Tempe arrested 371 teenagers and young adults for alcohol-related offenses, including for driving under the influence. Although Arizona State University has implemented programs to educate their students about the dangers of underage drinking, alcohol abuse remains a serious problem in Tempe with both college students and other residents.

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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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