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Treating Benzodiazepine Addiction

Casually nick-named “Benzos,” Benzodiazepine is a psychotropic substance prescribed for patients with severe anxiety and other emotional disorders. The CDC recently reported a 400 percent increase in abuse of this drug, which can cause responses such as blurred vision, poor coordination, difficulty breathing, and coma. But there is help for those addicted to Benzos at our Arizona Rehab Campus (ARC).

Putting an End to Benzo Dependency

Once you or a loved one has decided to begin ARC’s program to get back to a Benzo-free life, the first step is detox to rid your body of the drug’s toxins and return it to baseline health. We make you as comfortable as possible through this phase, which is followed by daily one-on-one meetings with your own assigned counselor. Your program at ARC is state-of-the-art, meaning it is based on neuroscience and evidence yielded by up-to-date research

Here you can expect to enjoy:

  • Initial medically supervised detox to achieve baseline health
  • Private room accommodation
  • Personal counselor
  • Individual therapy daily
  • Treatments (as needed): CBT, motivational interviews; mindfulness, family therapy, relapse prevention, 12-step support

Back to Real Health

Achieving the goal of ending addiction to Benzos may seem difficult at the start. In fact, the motivation our ARC clients develop while working through their program with our seasoned therapy professionals is a centering influence that allows them to envision and realize their true strength and potential to succeed. We invite you to learn more by calling us at ARC today!

1-833-272-7342