If you found this page while searching for rehab centers in Tucson AZ, you already know that you or someone you love has a problem. Whether that problem involves street drugs, prescriptions or alcohol, ARC can help.
America’s Rehab Campus is dedicated to the proposition that anyone can overcome addiction if treated with compassion and encouragement. We’re not about shaming or blaming or making anyone feel worse than they already do about having a drug or alcohol problem. Housed in a historic hotel in Tucson, ARC offers state of the art treatment in an upscale setting. The way we see it, there’s no reason that rehab centers in Tucson AZ have to be austere and depressing. Positivity is the key to a happy recovery, and that’s what we promote at ARC.
Intensive Inpatient and Outpatient Therapy
When you are our guest, we treat you with respect and dignity. That’s something not every rehab center can say. If you need medical help with withdrawal, you will be given whatever you need to feel okay while detoxing from booze or drugs. After that, you will participate in numerous therapies, including group sessions with peers and counselors and individual meetings with therapists. You’ll meet with a nutritionist and dietitian to plan a menu that suits your taste and provides all the healthful nutrition you need to live a good life free of drugs. Learn how to eat better, and you’ll live better once you go back home.
After you check out of our rehab center in Tucson, you’ll participate in a structured 12-week outpatient program wherein you’ll meet your newly sober friends three times every week. Living outside a rehab center can be a challenge to anyone who recently stopped using or drinking. Peer meetings help recovering friends to integrate sobriety into real world situations.
Are you addicted?
According to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) a number of signs are common among addicts.
If you use drugs or drink a lot every day, sooner or later you will need more to achieve the same “buzz” you used to feel with far less. Intake typically increases as addiction grows.
Anyone who is accustomed to drinking or drugging will experience some level of discomfort when they aren’t using. Withdrawal signs include headache, nausea, restlessness, and the shakes.
*You want to stop but can’t
Addicts and alcoholics may know that they drink or drug too much, but they just can’t limit themselves. Once someone is addicted, stopping can make them sick. That’s why it’s so important to seek help at compassionate rehab centers in Tucson AZ or wherever you happen to be.
If you want to stop using or drinking, there’s no shame in asking for help. Rehab centers in Tucson AZ exist because they want to assist people on the road back to a healthy, happy life. To schedule a no-obligation consultation, please call America’s Rehab Campuses at 833-272-7342.