Arizona Teen Drug Rehabs and Alcohol Treatment Programs

Teen specific drug and alcohol rehabs in Arizona.

Arizona Christian Drug Rehab or Alcohol Rehab

Drug and alcohol rehabs in Arizona using Christian principles in recovery.

Arizona Drug Rehab for Women or Alcohol Rehab for Women

Places for women only recovery from addiction in Arizona.

Arizona Drug & Alcohol Rehabs (Low Cost)

Residential treatment facilities offering affordable private addiction treatment in Arizona, to those with limited or no insurance cover.

Arizona Dual Diagnosis Drug Rehab or Alcohol Rehab

Drug and alcohol rehabs in Arizona that can accommodate the treatment needs of patients with co-occurring disorders.

Arizona Drug Rehabs & Alcohol Rehabilitation Programs

Residential drug and alcohol treatment facilities in Arizona.

Arizona Overview

Arizona boasts many of the nation's finest and most upscale drug and alcohol rehabs, but for those without insurance and without the ability to pay for expensive rehab, there are also a number of very low cost or even free residential treatment options. No one in Arizona needs to suffer with addiction thinking that they cannot afford residential care.

Take your life back! Drug rehab really works. Drug treatment teaches you how to get and stay off of drugs or alcohol, and how to live happily without needing to get drunk or high. Find a drug treatment facility that meets your needs, and matches your beliefs (Christian drug rehab – Teen drug rehab – holistic drug rehab…) and start your road to recovery now.

Arizona offers limited insurance parity. Insurance parity is defined as mandating insurance providers to treat mental health and substance abuse conditions as equal to physical conditions and diseases.

Employees working for private firms with more than 50 employees should receive full insurance parity, as should anyone with a very serious mental health condition. All State of Arizona employees will receive full insurance parity.

Please see below for information about accessing state funded services, and also see a list of residential treatment facilities offering free or very affordable care to those with limited means, and without insurance.

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