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Drug Rehab Mesa AZ

Are you looking for drug rehab in Mesa, AZ? Look no further than Addiction Recovery Centers. Let us help you get your life back. We offer compassionate care.

 How do I pick a drug rehab?

Once you have decided you need help, you need to find an accredited drug addiction treatment program that you can trust. Do we accept your insurance? You can contact us, and we will verify your coverage, or fill out the form on our website. We accept most major insurances. Find a treatment program that uses evidence-based therapies. You will want a treatment program that is non-judgmental, compassionate, and genuinely concerned for your recovery.

Drug addiction is a destructive force that separates you from your friends, family, and loved ones. Your life can spiral downward along with your career, finances, and your self-esteem. It is time you take back your life.

Is addiction a vicious cycle?

Addiction is a problem that isn’t going to disappear. You are going to have to get equipped with the proper tools to find out what your triggers are and how you can respond to them. Many treatment programs do not help you gain all the tools you are going to require staying drug-free for the long term.

If you have been through more than one treatment program, you understand the cycle, history repeats itself.  If you want to find the right drug rehab in Mesa, AZ, check out Addiction Recovery Centers. Our drug rehab wants to assist you in overcoming your addiction for good. We have programs that will help you get clean, stay clean, and live clean.

We will be able to help you acquire the tools you need to defeat your addiction. Our goal is to help you live your life in the real world with ongoing support as needed so you can feel confident and stay clean.

 What is drug rehab?

Drug rehab will start with medical detox.  Medical detox will cleanse your body from the drugs you have in your system. People are hesitant about detoxing because it can be an uncomfortable process. The detox phase of your addiction recovery is crucial. Some facilities do not have a medical detox program, but we do. Our physicians and highly trained staff will help ease the uncomfortable symptoms you can experience. There is no reason to fear a medical detox. Physicians reduce your symptoms by using different medications when required.  Some symptoms include:

  • Muscle aches and joint pain
  • anxiety, depression and panic attacks
  • seizures
  • hallucinations
  • insomnia
  • disorientation and confusion
  • nausea
  • headaches

Detoxing will not take care of your addiction problem. Once your detox is complete, you will move to a partial hospitalization program or a residential inpatient program. This will help you address the social and behavioral problems that often are associated with addictive behavior. During this phase, you will receive individual, group, and other therapies designed to give you the tools you need to live a drug-free life. With the right support and tools, you will be able to live a drug-free life.