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Detox is often the first step of the recovery journey. It’s also an extremely sensitive process that requires medical supervision. We can help you start the process.

Inpatient Rehab Center

Inpatient rehab is essential for a strong foundation in recovery. Stays range anywhere from 30 to 120 days where patients are immersed in a therapeutic environment away from daily life stressors. The focus is solely on healing.

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Properly planned addiction interventions are extremely effective. Learn from the best interventionists with years of experience helping families finally find their voice and give the gift of treatment.

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Flagstaff Arizona Rehab Center

Evidence-based rehab programs are the key to recovery with either 30-day, 60-day, or 90-day treatment plans.

30-Day Inpatient Treatment

30-day treatment programs are ideal for people who require less intensive treatment. However, 30-day programs can also be beneficial to anyone because they provide a jump start to recovery in a therapeutic environment.

60-Day Inpatient Treatment

60-day treatment plans are also an excellent option for individuals. Inpatient rehabs structure each patient’s stay to be the most efficient and effective. See if a 60-day treatment plan is right for you.

90-Day Inpatient Treatment

Studies show that the longer the stay in inpatient treatment, the more successful the outcome for long-term recovery. This treatment length is perfect for those who are able to stay for longer time periods.

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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Trends in Flagstaff

If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, please know that so are many others in this state and around the country. Arizona has seen a massive increase in drug and alcohol use over the last decade. Flagstaff has not been exempt from this rise in drug use. In recent history, drugs and alcohol have become more widespread in this northern Arizona city. Of all illicit substances, alcohol is the most prevalent and deadly. In 2018, Coconino County had the highest rate of alcoholism among all cities in Arizona at 19.9% of the total population. There is also a more specific problem of teen alcohol usage. Notably, Coconino County has the highest rate of teen alcohol use in Arizona, with 35.9% of teenagers reporting use, compared to 22.4% statewide.

Flagstaff’s drug abuse problem doesn’t stop at alcohol. For instance, the rate of teens and adults that use methamphetamine, ecstasy, hallucinogens, and prescription drugs is also higher than the rate of youths statewide. From 2010 to 2016, the city of Flagstaff saw a 285% increase in the number of emergency hospital visits due to opioids. Fighting the drug epidemic starts with educating our communities about the risks of drugs and alcohol.

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What are the common signs of addiction?

In order to know when you or someone you love needs help, you must know the signs. Here are some telltale signs of an addiction to drugs or alcohol:

  • The appearance of withdrawals when stopping usage of the substance
  • Refusing to stop using when health problems occur
  • Changing the frequency of regular activities to use drugs or alcohol
  • Constant and strong cravings
  • Drug use or drinking before driving or other dangerous activities
  • Decreased performance in work, school, or family life because of drug use
  • Time and money increasingly spent on drug use

There are certainly more signs that exist when it comes to addiction to drugs and alcohol. Perhaps you are seeing these signs in your own life or in the life of someone you love. In this case, you can call us for a free consultation with an admissions specialist.

How do you find the right type of treatment?

Navigating the process of getting yourself or someone you love admitted to treatment can be confusing. There are several different types of treatment types and levels of care available.

The first level of care to consider is detox. Detox is often medically necessary to start the process of recovery. This is especially true with substances such as alcohol, opioids, and benzodiazepine. Any substance which has a challenging withdrawal needs medical supervision. Even for some stimulants, detox can be helpful. You will want to start your journey here.

Next, you must consider whether or not to go into an inpatient or outpatient program. The best course of action you can take to make this decision is to speak with an admissions specialist. Being honest with yourself regarding the type of treatment that you are going to need is difficult. Many patients share that they honestly dreaded the thought of inpatient treatment. Regardless of if a patient wants to go into inpatient treatment or not, it doesn’t take away from the fact that inpatient treatment saves lives.

Outpatient treatment is a great option for people who have work or home responsibilities which they must tend to. It can be effective as long as the patient shows dedication and consistency with attendance. To learn more about the types of treatment programs available, give us a call.


When is it best to travel for addiction treatment?

There are many different types of rehab centers available in Flagstaff, Arizona, and surrounding cities. However, people who are seeking more specified environments in which to recover may consider traveling to Phoenix, AZ, or other surrounding cities for treatment. An example of patients who are a part of the LGBTQ+ community. These individuals will need a safe environment that welcomes them as they are.

In general, there are many benefits to seeking out treatment in another location that isn’t so close to home. It can help emphasize how this decision to get treated is a transformative experience. Seeking treatment in a new place can help keep you focused on what’s important and not what’s right down the street outside of the treatment center doors.

However, some patients feel like staying in their hometown is the best option for them, and that’s okay. Those who need outpatient care will find that a short commute between treatment and home helps make it easier to finish the program. Furthermore, having family and friends supporting you each day as you come home from treatment can be a positive motivator.

Payment Methods for Rehab Services

Figuring out how to pay for rehab can be stressful. If an individual has it in their mind that rehab is outside of their reach due to finances, it is highly likely that they will not be as actively seeking out treatment. The good news is that drug and alcohol rehab can be obtained either free or at a low-cost through a variety of different options.

If you have one of the following health insurances, it should cover treatment:

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona
  • United Healthcare
  • Aetna
  • Bright Health
  • Oscar Health Plan, Inc.
  • Cigna Healthcare of Arizona, Inc.
  • Ambetter from Health Net

What’s more, is that government assistance programs like Medicare and Medicaid (AHCCCS in Arizona) give many adults and teenagers the opportunity to get their addiction treatments paid for.

An example of state and federal AHCCCS treatment plans for rehab are:

  • Arizona Medicaid
  • Mercy Care Plan
  • United Healthcare Community Plan
  • Banner
  • Care 1st
  • Arizona Complete Health
  • Medicare
  • and more…

Patients that do receive Medicaid or Medicare support can expect to find the following treatments covered:

  • Medication-assisted treatment
  • Transportation and childcare costs
  • Residential treatment plans
  • Counseling and therapy for addiction
  • Other recovery services, if necessary

Another option is paying cash or getting financing. Rehabs do offer this type of assistance; the best thing to do is call our number and share with us your situation. We can point you in the right direction.

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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Trends in Flagstaff

If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, please know that so are many others in this state and around the country. Arizona has seen a massive increase in drug and alcohol use over the last decade. Flagstaff has not been exempt from this rise in drug use. In recent history, drugs and alcohol have become more widespread in this northern Arizona city. Of all illicit substances, alcohol is the most prevalent and deadly. In 2018, Coconino County had the highest rate of alcoholism among all cities in Arizona at 19.9% of the total population. There is also a more specific problem of teen alcohol usage. Notably, Coconino County has the highest rate of teen alcohol use in Arizona, with 35.9% of teenagers reporting use, compared to 22.4% statewide.

Flagstaff’s drug abuse problem doesn’t stop at alcohol. For instance, the rate of teens and adults that use methamphetamine, ecstasy, hallucinogens, and prescription drugs is also higher than the rate of youths statewide. From 2010 to 2016, the city of Flagstaff saw a 285% increase in the number of emergency hospital visits due to opioids. Fighting the drug epidemic starts with educating our communities about the risks of drugs and alcohol.

When you’re ready, we are here to help. 

What are the common signs of addiction?

In order to know when you or someone you love needs help, you must know the signs. Here are some telltale signs of an addiction to drugs or alcohol:

  • The appearance of withdrawals when stopping usage of the substance
  • Refusing to stop using when health problems occur
  • Changing the frequency of regular activities to use drugs or alcohol
  • Constant and strong cravings
  • Drug use or drinking before driving or other dangerous activities
  • Decreased performance in work, school, or family life because of drug use
  • Time and money increasingly spent on drug use

There are certainly more signs that exist when it comes to addiction to drugs and alcohol. Perhaps you are seeing these signs in your own life or in the life of someone you love. In this case, you can call us for a free consultation with an admissions specialist.

Treatment in Flagstaff, Arizona

Flagstaff offers various program lengths to patients of many backgrounds and severities of addiction. To clarify, short programs lasting 30 days or less are ideal for those with mild addictions. Some people need less time and medical care to kick their drug habits. Therefore, a short term alternative prevents patients from wasting time in a program that doesn’t fit their needs.

Simultaneously, there are programs around 90 days or longer, built to safely remove severe addictions from patient’s lives while preparing them to stay sober after the program ends.

People with special circumstances who don’t need a long-term stay can find appropriate treatment with a 60 day program. Some patients require more than just a brief, intensive experience. The great benefit of so many different rehab lengths is that the treatment plan gets tailored to each individual’s needs.

The detox portion of care begins shortly after the patient arrives at the rehab center. There, drugs and alcohol will be safely removed from the body while the patient relaxes within the comfort of a treatment center. Additionally, any withdrawal symptoms that may happen can be safely managed by onsite medical staff that is always nearby. Detoxification allows for the substances to be removed from the patient’s bloodstream in a natural and safe method while ensuring the utmost comfort and relaxation of the healing individual.

When is it best to travel for addiction treatment?

There are many different types of rehab centers available in Flagstaff, Arizona, and surrounding cities. However, people who are seeking more specified environments in which to recover may consider traveling to Phoenix, AZ, or other surrounding cities for treatment. An example of patients who are a part of the LGBTQ+ community. These individuals will need a safe environment that welcomes them as they are.

In general, there are many benefits to seeking out treatment in another location that isn’t so close to home. It can help emphasize how this decision to get treated is a transformative experience. Seeking treatment in a new place can help keep you focused on what’s important and not what’s right down the street outside of the treatment center doors.

However, some patients feel like staying in their hometown is the best option for them, and that’s okay. Those who need outpatient care will find that a short commute between treatment and home helps make it easier to finish the program. Furthermore, having family and friends supporting you each day as you come home from treatment can be a positive motivator.

Call Today for Free Consultation (1-888-906-0952)

If you are considering addiction treatment in Flagstaff or a nearby city for you or a loved one, we can help you find solutions. It takes a brief phone call with an admissions specialist who can walk you through the help that is available. The most important step that you can take for yourself or a loved one is to reach out. We also provide other means of contacting us such as through chat or email.