Methadone - America's Rehab Campuses
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Treating Methadone Addiction:

Methadone is medically prescribed to help afflicted persons deal with pain or in some cases, to get off heroin. Methadone addiction may be classified similarly to heroin addiction. It can lead to very serious health issues, including death. Arizona Rehab Campus (ARC) seeks to save people from such tragedy. Our evidence-based programs and therapies combat methadone addiction while making recovery as comfortable as possible.

Getting Rid of Methadone Addiction

This drug damages the body and the mind while destroying the lives of those afflicted as well as their loved ones. A medical detox will be the first step to treatment. During this time, it is critical that clients are monitored for a smooth, safe transition into sobriety. Private rooms provide guests with the feeling of home, and personalized individual therapy each day keeps them comfortable and encouraged. All programs and treatment at ARC are evidence-based.

The program at ARC uses:

  • 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

Life After Methadone

Returning to regular life is a part of recovery. The transition may seem difficult to do alone. ARC provides clients with all the knowledge and confidence they need in order to start over with a productive, happy lifestyle. Our staff works tirelessly to ensure clients’ needs are met. Contact us at ARC, and be opened to the world of possibilities when you have a life without methadone addiction.