- Where Can I Find Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Arizona?
- Where Can I Find Medical Detox Centers in Arizona?
- Does My Insurance Cover Treatment in Arizona?
- Why Choose American Addiction Centers?
- State-Funded Insurance (i.e. Medicaid)
- Arizona Alcohol Use Statistics
- Finding Alcohol Treatment in a Different State
Where Can I Find Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Arizona?
If you or somebody you know is struggling with alcoholism, finding help is crucial. Thankfully, treatment centers and other facilities in Arizona are there to help you cope. A total of 341 substance abuse treatment facilities are available in the state, and 244 of them are there to help patients who are struggling specifically with alcoholism.1
Among those facilities, 277 are outpatient, 78 are residential, and 24 are hospital inpatient treatment centers.1
The nearest facility that is part of the American Addiction Centers (AAC) network is Desert Hope, located in Las Vegas 10 minutes away from the McCarran International airport. They provide a full continuum of care that includes detox, inpatient, outpatient, and recovery residence.
At Desert Hope, you will find a diverse array of evidence-based therapy in individual and group settings. The goal is to help patients change the thoughts and behaviors that contribute to alcohol abuse. Treatments range from conventional tools like cognitive-behavioral therapy to more innovative options like equine therapy. This provides patients with a multifaceted approach.
You can use the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) list to find other rehabilitation facilities in Arizona. Visit the list here.
Where Can I Find Medical Detox Centers in Arizona?
There are 175 non-profit, 134 for-profit, and 32 local, state, federal, or tribal government treatment facilities to choose from in Arizona.1 How severe your reaction to alcohol withdrawal is going to be will depend on the severity of your addiction. Symptoms can be mild or they can be life threatening. Symptoms of alcohol withdrawal include irritability, anxiety, agitation, high blood pressure, raised heart rate, seizures, and delirium tremens. Withdrawals can also lead to death.2
For these reasons, attempting to withdraw from alcohol alone can be very risky. Medical detox centers offer supervision to keep your discomfort at a minimum and to treat medical complications that risk your health and safety. Medically treating the symptoms and risks of withdrawal while the body processes and eliminates the alcohol in your system is a process called detox.3 At all hours, physicians are available to offer care and manage your health.3
Use the SAMHSA directory here to find detox facilities throughout Arizona.
Does My Insurance Cover Treatment in Arizona?
While many insurance plans do cover addiction treatment, not all of them do. It’s important to check with your provider to see what is covered, and if necessary, if they will do so out of state. Some popular agencies are:
Use the confidential, secure form on this page to verify if your insurance provider will cover treatment at an AAC facility.
Why Choose American Addiction Centers?
American Addiction Centers (AAC) is a national group of facilities that offers a 90-day promise, quality care, and an alumni support system. The 90-day promise holds facilities accountable to their goals by offering an additional 30 days of treatment to anybody who relapses within 90 days of completing their treatment with us.
Fun gathers and events are also hosted by our AAC alumni support system, and coordinators regularly check in with previous patients to see how their recovery is doing and help ensure their success in the long term.
State-Funded Insurance (i.e. Medicaid)
Roughly 72 million people use Medicaid, a federal government healthcare coverage program.4 Medicaid is for low-income adults who struggle to pay for healthcare, their children, people with various types of disabilities, and the elderly. While Medicaid is funded by the government, each individual state runs it separately.4
It is possible that you are eligible for Medicaid in Arizona even if you have been turned down in the past. After the Affordable Care Act was passed, several rules changed around income requirements and asset ownership, allowing more people to be eligible. Not all substance abuse facilities accept Medicaid, but in Arizona there are 22o facilities that do, making up 64.5% of the facilities.1
Check your eligibility here.
Arizona Alcohol Use Statistics
- In 2017 there were 278 Arizonians killed in car crashes involving a driver who was over .08 in BAC. This accounted for 28% of all motor vehicle deaths.5
- Each month roughly 1,337 Arizonians binge drink at least once.6
- Every year in Arizona there are about 318 cases of Alcohol Use Disorder.6
- Roughly 412 Arizonians each year need but do not get treatment from a facility for their alcohol abuse.6
Finding Alcohol Treatment in a Different State
If you are wanting to find alcohol treatment options outside of Arizona, there are variety of options in states throughout the nation.
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. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services.
. MedlinePlus. (2019). Alcohol Withdrawal.
. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2006). Detoxification and Substance Abuse Treatment.
. Medicaid. (n.d.). Eligibility.
. NHTSA’s National Center for Statistics and Analysis. (2018). Alcohol-Impaired Driving.
. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). 2016-2017 NSDUH Estimated Totals by State.