Finding an AHCCCS Drug Rehab in Phoenix

If you have Arizona Medicaid or AHCCCS, there are many rehab options in Phoenix.

Local AHCCCS drug rehab Phoenix facilities often have beds available; if they don’t, there are ways to jump ahead on the waiting list.

Addiction can be one of the most difficult things to recover from, but we are here to help. Here’s our guide on finding Arizona Medicaid (AHCCCS) rehab options in Phoenix.

If you have specific questions about care, call us today at 1-888-906-0952 to learn about all the AHCCCS drug and alcohol rehab options to jumpstart your recovery in Phoenix. Let us make this challenging journey a little easier for you.

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Arizona Medicaid (AHCCCS) Addiction Treatment

AHCCCS is Arizona’s Medicaid program. This makes it a federal health care program funded both by the federal and state government. It exists to provide health care for individuals and families who qualify if their income level is below the Federal Poverty Level.

In general, AHCCCS covers treatment for substance use disorder, which is the medical term for addiction.

The behavioral health services generally covered include Behavioral health day programs — supervised, therapeutic, and medical variations—crisis services — mobile team services, telephone crisis response, and urgent care—also, hospital, sub-acute, and residential treatment.

Rehabilitation services include:

  • living skills
  • cognitive rehabilitation
  • supported employment’
  • education support

Support services  include:

  • case management
  • personal assistance
  • family and peer support
  • therapeutic foster care
  • housing support
  • interpreter services
  • transportation
  • assistance in accessing resources
  • locating and applying for benefits
  • and child care.

Treatment services include:

  • counseling
  • consultations
  • assessment
  • specialized testing
  • substance abuse treatment.

Mercy Care Drug Rehab Centers

Mercy Care states that its focus is on treating and healing the whole person. They believe that a person’s physical, emotional, and social parts impact their overall health equally. Because of this, they believe they must treat each of these parts to treat a person.

As a company, Mercy Care also emphasizes catering to all people, regardless of race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, gender identity, age, disability, or pre-existing conditions.

Regarding services, Mercy Care offers most of the same behavioral health services as the other AHCCCS-managed plans, such as therapy (individual, group, and family), screenings, assessments, skills training and development, and cognitive rehabilitation.

These services also extend to American Indians in Arizona; Mercy Care serves any tribal members who qualify for AHCCCS, even if they wish to receive their health services from Indian Health Services.

To get in contact with a treatment center that accepts Mercy Care, please call us at (888) 906-0952.

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Arizona Complete Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab

There are several AHCCCS-managed plans in Phoenix. One of them is Arizona Complete Health, which focuses specifically on improving access to community-based behavioral health services. What’s covered includes substance abuse treatment, so finding a rehab that accepts Arizona Complete Health is possible.

We work with Arizona Complete Health rehab centers in Phoenix and can help you get connected to addiction treatment care.

As a plan, Arizona Complete Health offers the same benefits as Medicaid with some additions.

Care 1st Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Members of Care 1st – another AHCCCS-managed plan – can access substance use treatment at no cost. Care 1st is committed to offering treatment for various behavioral health issues, including substance use disorder, for those who need help.

They offer many of the same benefits as all other Arizona Medicaid plans, such as drug rehab, alcohol rehab, individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, inpatient services from hospitals and psychiatric facilities, and opioid agonist treatment.

Those with opioid addiction to heroin or painkillers can receive medication-assisted treatment such as methadone or a similar drug, which helps with cravings and withdrawal.

To find a Care 1st rehab, call us at 1(888)906-0952.

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