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Medical detox is often the first step to recovery. Proper medical detox from drugs and alcohol can be the difference between life and death. Get detox services in Tempe or surrounding areas.

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

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Tempe’s Struggle with Addiction 

Like many places across the United States, Tempe has been ravaged by the opioid drug epidemic. While most of the trouble stems from the spread of opioids and fentanyl, that does not account for everything. The problem is a troubling one, and we will likely be dealing with its effects for years to come. But that does not mean we have to stand by and let these difficulties grow unhindered.

As we mentioned above, Arizona State University is a college campus in Tempe, Arizona. Students come from all over the state as well as the country and the world. According to the National Institutes of Health, 60% of students drank in the past month, and 66% also engaged in binge drinking. That’s a huge problem. Binge drinking—defined as having five or more drinks in one sitting — is substance abuse. It can lead to physical dependency and addiction if engaged in regularly. One out of every four students reports that drinking has negatively affected their schoolwork.

The city is aware of the extent of the problem. Tempe’s Fire Chief, Greg Ruiz, has said that binge drinking is “an increasingly serious health and public safety concern which requires action… I’m concerned that we are expending a vast amount of fire and EMS resources related to this issue.” This problem, as you can tell, affects other drug-related issues as well. When EMS services focus on alcoholism, they have fewer resources to help with other drug abuse forms.

Even if you are not a college student at Arizona State, you have reason to care about these issues. If you suffer from an addiction to drugs or alcohol in Tempe, these problems affect you. Thankfully, there are plenty of things you can do to help yourself. You can beat addiction with the right help.

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What levels of care are available?

Before we discuss what services are available in Tempe, we should talk about the different treatment types. In general, there are four types of treatment:

  • Medical Detox
  • Inpatient Rehab
  • Outpatient Rehab
  • Residential Treatment

Each of these types of treatment accomplishes something different than the others. When you are looking to beat addiction, picking the right form of treatment is essential. It could be the difference between success and failure. So what are the differences?

Residential treatment.

Going residential is similar to inpatient treatment but over a more extended period. This type of therapy is for anyone facing a severe addiction. Often, people who go to residential treatment have tried rehab before with little success.

Detox & Alcohol Detox.

Medical detox is designed to get you through the early stages of drug and alcohol withdrawal. If you abuse a substance for long enough, stopping its use becomes not only challenging but deadly. Choosing medically supervised detox is always best.

Inpatient Rehab treatment.

This type of treatment gets patients away from the outside world for a few weeks, or months, while they undergo intensive treatment. Treatments should include evidence-based groups and therapy.

Outpatient Rehab treatment. 

Outpatient treatment is like inpatient treatment, but is only for a certain amount of hours or days a week, and allows patients to leave at the end of the day and go home.  This option works well for patients who need to continue with outside obligations but still need support on their journey.

Where Do I Start?

If you’re looking for treatment and live in the Tempe area, give us a call. The process of finding drug and alcohol treatment can be confusing at first, but we can help you! Addiction is a life and death matter which no one should be struggling with alone.


Should I Travel for Treatment?

It may be beneficial for some individuals to travel outside of their city (or even state) to seek treatment. If addiction was primarily developed and sustained in a particular place, going somewhere else can help avoid triggers. A trigger is anything that reminds a person of their drug or alcohol habits. These triggers can bring on cravings and cause relapses. They can be seemingly innocuous, like a location or an activity. In general, most triggers relate to the environment. For this reason, getting an individual out of their hometown or city can be an excellent way to avoid dangerous triggers.

Not only will this help avoid triggers, but it also provides a fresh start. Sometimes being somewhere new provides a profound sense of optimism. Another reason to travel for treatment is that it is more difficult to leave against medical advice. Knowing that home is not within walking or driving distance can encourage patients to stick with the program even if things get rough.
Another consideration for travel is privacy.

You can have all of these benefits by going out of town for behavioral therapy. And since Tempe has so few clinics available, it’s a great opportunity.

How Do I Pay for Treatment?

One of the most common questions when seeking rehab is: How can I pay for treatment? As it turns out, there are many options available to help pay for treatment. Even if it affording, it seems out of reach.

First, those with existing health insurance are very likely to have coverage for substance abuse issues. If you have questions about your coverage and need help finding treatment, give us a call.

If you do not have insurance, Medicare and Arizona Medicaid (AHCCCS) are highly likely to help. In fact, some treatment centers help you apply for what is called emergency AHCCCS; this is especially true when you’re dealing with a dangerous life threatening addiction to alcohol, opioids, or benzodiazepines. Both programs cover substance abuse disorders if a doctor determines the treatment is both reasonable and necessary. You might need a note from your primary care doctor stating as much, but this is usually very simple to accomplish.

Finally, many treatment centers across the country offer assistance of their own. This assistance can range from affordable financing agreements to sliding pay scales, so you don’t have to worry too much about coming up with cash for treatment. Whatever it is you are facing now, there is a program out there to help you. Don’t get discouraged about not being able to pay before you even begin. If you need help going over your financial options, call us today.


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Tempe’s Struggle with Addiction 

Like many places across the United States, Tempe has been ravaged by the opioid drug epidemic. While most of the trouble stems from the spread of opioids and fentanyl, that does not account for everything. The problem is a troubling one, and we will likely be dealing with its effects for years to come. But that does not mean we have to stand by and let these difficulties grow unhindered.

As we mentioned above, Arizona State University is a college campus in Tempe, Arizona. Students come from all over the state as well as the country and the world. According to the National Institutes of Health, 60% of students drank in the past month, and 66% also engaged in binge drinking. That’s a huge problem. Binge drinking—defined as having five or more drinks in one sitting — is substance abuse. It can lead to physical dependency and addiction if engaged in regularly. One out of every four students reports that drinking has negatively affected their schoolwork.

The city is aware of the extent of the problem. Tempe’s Fire Chief, Greg Ruiz, has said that binge drinking is “an increasingly serious health and public safety concern which requires action… I’m concerned that we are expending a vast amount of fire and EMS resources related to this issue.” This problem, as you can tell, affects other drug-related issues as well. When EMS services focus on alcoholism, they have fewer resources to help with other drug abuse forms.

Even if you are not a college student at Arizona State, you have reason to care about these issues. If you suffer from an addiction to drugs or alcohol in Tempe, these problems affect you. Thankfully, there are plenty of things you can do to help yourself. You can beat addiction with the right help.

Tempe Rehab Treatment Options

Before we discuss what services are available in Tempe, we should talk about the different types of treatment. In general, there are four types of treatment:

  • Medical Detox
  • Inpatient Rehab
  • Outpatient Rehab
  • Residential Treatment

Each of these types of treatment accomplishes something different than the others. When you are looking to beat addiction, picking the right form of treatment is essential. It could be the difference between success and failure. So what are the differences?

Detox treatment.

A detox is the level of care designed to get you through the intense and early stages of withdrawal. Detox from substances such as alcohol, opioids, or benzodiazepines are considered emergencies due to intense withdrawal symptoms. If you’re using one of these types of drugs, you will most likely need to start at this level of care first.

Inpatient Rehab .

This type of treatment gets patients away from the outside world for a few weeks while they undergo a full schedule of evidence based therapies, groups, and sessions.

Outpatient treatment.

Outpatient treatment is like inpatient treatment, but at the end of the treatment day patients are allowed to return home. This option works well for patients who need to continue with outside obligations but still need help.

Residential treatment.

Going residential is similar to inpatient treatment but over a more extended period. This type of treatment is for anyone facing a severe addiction. Often, people who go to residential treatment have tried rehab before with little success.

Find Treatment Help in Tempe Before It’s Too Late

Some of these programs overlap. For example, inpatient and outpatient facilities often include detox programs as well. Unfortunately, the selection of rehab facilities in Tempe, Arizona, is relatively sparse. By our count, there is at least one outpatient facility that includes a detox program. But that doesn’t mean you are out of luck. There are plenty of options available to anyone who needs help.

Where Do I Start?

If you’re looking for treatment and live in the Tempe area, give us a call. The process of finding drug and alcohol treatment can be confusing at first, but we can help you! Addiction is a life and death matter which no one should be struggling with alone.

Should I Travel for Treatment?

It may be beneficial for some individuals to travel outside of their city (or even state) to seek treatment. If addiction was primarily developed and sustained in a particular place, going somewhere else can help avoid triggers. A trigger is anything that reminds a person of their drug or alcohol habits. These triggers can bring on cravings and cause relapses. They can be seemingly innocuous, like a location or an activity. In general, most triggers relate to the environment. For this reason, getting an individual out of their hometown or city can be an excellent way to avoid dangerous triggers.

Not only will this help avoid triggers, but it also provides a fresh start. Sometimes being somewhere new provides a profound sense of optimism. Another reason to travel for treatment is that it is more difficult to leave against medical advice. Knowing that home is not within walking or driving distance can encourage patients to stick with the program even if things get rough.
Another consideration for travel is privacy.

You can have all of these benefits by going out of town for behavioral therapy. And since Tempe has so few clinics available, it’s a great opportunity.

How Do I Pay for Treatment?

One of the most common questions when seeking rehab is: How can I pay for treatment? As it turns out, there are many options available to help pay for treatment. Even if it affording, it seems out of reach.

First, those with existing health insurance are very likely to have coverage for substance abuse issues. If you have questions about your coverage and need help finding treatment, give us a call.

If you do not have insurance, Medicare and Arizona Medicaid (AHCCCS) are highly likely to help. In fact, some treatment centers help you apply for what is called emergency AHCCCS; this is especially true when you’re dealing with a dangerous life-threatening addiction to alcohol, opioids, or benzodiazepines. Both programs cover substance abuse disorders if a doctor determines the treatment is both reasonable and necessary. You might need a note from your primary care doctor stating as much, but this is usually very simple to accomplish.

Finally, many treatment centers across the country offer assistance of their own. This assistance can range from affordable financing agreements to sliding pay scales, so you don’t have to worry too much about coming up with cash for treatment. Whatever it is you are facing now, there is a program out there to help you. Don’t get discouraged about not being able to pay before you even begin. If you need help going over your financial options, call us today.

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