Addiction Treatment Blog

8 Reasons to Stop Drinking Alcohol Today

If you drink, cutting out alcohol can promote significant health benefits. The changes that occur in your body when you quit drinking alcohol can vary, depending on how much of a change this is from your current behavior. Someone who drinks heavily may experience...

Signs and Symptoms of Alcoholism

Watching a friend or family member struggle with alcohol addiction can be difficult and finding help is more challenging. You aren't sure what to say or whether your friend is willing to accept help. Unfortunately, about 17 million adults above 18 years have Alcohol...

Why Opioid Medications Cause Drug Addiction in Arizona

The use of prescription opioids is one of the most effective ways to treat and manage severe pain. Responsible, physician monitored use of opioids represents an important role in helping pain patients maintain the best quality of life. When appropriately prescribed...

Relapse to Recovery – Annie’s Story and Testimonial

It’s way more common than you think Relapse is common and it does not discriminate. It is said that between 40-60% of people suffering from addictions will relapse at least once during recovery. For Annie, it was multiple relapses, multiple rock bottoms, and multiple...

At ARC, We’re All Family – Tomas’ Story and Testimonial 

Everyone who walks onto our Campus at ARC is family. No one holds your past against you, we accept you just as you are the moment you arrive with open arms and open hearts. A Lot of people come to us without any sense of support system. Some enter ARC feeling as...

What Happens to Your Body During Drug Withdrawal?

Drug withdrawal is a term that describes a set of symptoms your body experiences after you suddenly stop or reduce chronic use of drugs and alcohol. Withdrawal symptoms vary in type and severity level based on the substance being used, and on the lifespan of drug use....

ARC Feels Like Home – Samantha’s Story and Testimonial

When a person is overcoming addiction, it is imperative they feel comfortable where they are being treated. Our campus will become a second home, and no matter how many times a patient relapses in their journey, we will always welcome them back with open arms and no...

Using Medicare Insurance for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

For Medicare beneficiaries, treatment for substance use disorders is more accessible and affordable than ever before.  Adults aged 65 and older tend to face a higher number of health problems than their younger counterparts, which puts them at greater risk for...

Tips on how to Enjoy the Holidays Without Alcohol and Drugs

The holidays provide an opportunity to celebrate life and practice gratitude, but this joyous time of year can also be dangerous for those who overindulge in drugs and alcohol abuse. For instance, there were 5,505 drug overdose deaths that occurred in December of...

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