Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Arizona Begin Your Recovery Today

At The Hope House we’ve established two luxury, inpatient Arizona rehab facilities that provide personalized treatment in small group recovery settings.

Our Arizona Rehab Facilities

“Chances are addiction, in some form, has touched the lives of everyone here today. None of us can overcome challenges in life without a support system.”

Arizona Residential Inpatient Rehab

Treatment centers across Arizona offer drug and alcohol recovery programs with varying levels of care. Inpatient rehab is one of the highest levels of care a patient can receive and a 30-60 day stay is typically recommended directly following detox.

Limited Beds Available

At The Hope House, we focus on providing luxury rehab in Arizona for nearly every form of substance abuse and dual diagnosis. Each inpatient Arizona rehab facility houses just 10 patients at a time (2/3 less than the average inpatient rehab facility in Arizona) – ensuring a truly personalized treatment program for each patient.

Paying for Rehab in Arizona

Arizona rehabs offer a variety of treatment and payment options. Some of the most common payment options include:

Private Insurance

Private Insurance

Out-of-Pocket

Out-of-Pocket

Personal Loan

Personal Loan

Credit Card

Credit Card

State Funds

State Funds

The level of care needed often dictates how much an average stay will cost and what methods can be used to pay for it. Comprehensive inpatient facilities often cost the most but come with the highest success rates, whereas support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous are often free, but have lower success rates.

At The Hope House, we pride ourselves on offering affordable, high-quality care for Arizona rehab. We are in-network with multiple national carriers and accept nearly every commercial insurance with out-of-network benefits.

Most Insurances Accepted

"The #1 reason for declining addiction treatment is believing it’s too expensive."

Arizona Alcohol Rehab

In 2014, Arizona rehabs had over 22,000 admissions, almost a third of those admits cited alcohol as the primary substance of abuse. While many people may seek out help and treatment for alcoholism, there are still a large number who don’t. In fact, less than 10% of people with alcohol use disorder get treatment for their problem. Unfortunately, not getting treatment comes with a price, there are over 2,350 deaths in the state every year due to the negative effects of alcohol abuse.

At The Hope House, our masters-level clinicians and licensed psychologists will work to help our patients learn about the processes of addiction and help them stay sober. We utilize medication-assisted treatment and various therapies to help our patients achieve long-term success. Speak with an addiction specialist today to learn more.

"Only 10% of people with alcohol use disorder received treatment."

Drug Rehab in Arizona

Opioids, methamphetamine, cocaine, and benzodiazepines are just some of the common drugs of abuse leading to addiction problems in Arizona. In recent years, opioids have become one of the deadliest substances, not only in the state but across the country.

Methamphetamines; however,  are still considered the number one drug threat to Arizonans by the DEA. As awareness increases around drug addiction, treatment programs continue to pop up to help those struggling.

Arizona's Best Drug Rehab

The Hope House is a luxury, inpatient drug rehab with multiple locations in central Arizona. At The Hope House, we provide patients with the quality care they deserve, and develop the tools needed for long-term sobriety.

We use a number of treatment modalities to do ensure patient success, including: medication-assisted therapy, behavioral therapies, trauma therapy, holistic approaches, and more.

"More than 1,500 Arizonans died from substance abuse in 2018."

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Arizona Rehab for Dual Diagnosis

Many clients at The Hope House and in rehabs across the country have a dual diagnosis – meaning they have a substance abuse disorder and mental health problem.

Finding Quality Care

While more than 600,000 patients were admitted to addiction treatment across the U.S. with a dual diagnosis in 2017, only 18% of addiction centers met the criteria for properly treating people with a dual diagnosis.

At The Hope House, we understand that to treat addiction we need to look at each patient and determine the best approach for them. While not everyone who comes through our doors will need a dual diagnosis treatment program, we have the steps in place to ensure all of our patients are getting the proper treatment. Talk to our admissions team to learn more about our dual diagnosis program.

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