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Heroin Addiction Treatment Programs in Arizona

There are many different styles of programs for heroin abuse available in Arizona. It is important for you to find the right treatment center to handle your heroin addiction. We are here to help you find the best solution for yourself or a loved one’s heroin addiction. Knowing the different options and choosing the best heroin addiction treatment center can be the difference between success and failure in recovery. 

Heroin addiction in Arizona has been on a steep rise in addiction rates among residents of the state.  More than half of all drug rehab admissions in Arizona are for Heroin addiction. Just over 1200 people were admitted to treatment services and there are over 750 of these admissions attributed to Heroin addiction. Although Arizona is a relatively small state, it has become apparent that there is a real problem with heroin addiction. 

Find Drug Rehabs Near Me

We can help you locate treatment for addiction in your area or anywhere in the country. To locate aa meetings, group meetings, 12-step programs, inpatient treatment, or outpatient services in your town give us a call. There are many options for drug rehab services in many cities in Arizona.

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If you are looking for heroin rehab for yourself or a loved one, Addiction No More can help. We can give you the answers that you are looking for. There are treatment programs available to you. Please give us a call and we can get you a list of drug rehabs in your area. Our counselors are waiting to take your call and help you with an addiction to heroin 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This is a confidential phone call. The information is free and so is the referral.

Heroin Detox

Treating heroin addiction in Arizona will involve many steps to make the recovery process effective. For most people, there will be a need for a medical detox to alleviate the symptoms of Heroin withdrawal.

Heroin addiction can sometimes include other drugs so it is very important to make sure that you disclose all of the drugs you are currently using and have taken in the past 6 months. This will help the detox center for heroin addiction, better diagnose and prescribe the best medications to make your detox go smoothly and as pain-free as possible.

Do not try to detox on your own. Heroin withdrawal can last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks, depending on the length of heroin use and the amount of heroin being abused on a daily basis.

Inpatient Heroin Rehabs in Arizona

Detox should be followed by an extensive stay at a Heroin Inpatient treatment program. Private Inpatient drug rehabs offer the best results for long-lasting sobriety from a Heroin addiction. 

Most of the people who have fought with heroin addiction have one thing in common: They recovered from their addiction at an inpatient heroin rehab center. Some people can find sobriety in an outpatient treatment program but due to the temptations and availability to go find heroin, this type of program is less effective in treating the addiction as a whole.  The typical stay for someone recovering from heroin addiction can vary from center to center and usually consists of 30-90 day programs.

State-funded heroin rehabs in Arizona 

The reality is in Arizona, is that there are only about 120 state-funded beds for inpatient treatment in Arizona and these beds are limited to the larger cities of Tuscon and Phoenix. For many people facing the hard reality that to get to a state-funded treatment program means that they have to leave the state to actually find help for their addiction to heroin.  

Heroin addiction medications and uses 

Sometimes a medical intervention can be used to help wean a person off of heroin at a slower rate, alleviating the withdrawal symptoms normally associated with heroin detox. 

Buprenorphine: Being an opioid, Buprenorphine accesses the same receptors in the brain that heroin interacts with. This allows for a seemingly painless transition while managing cravings and withdrawal symptoms.

Methadone: Over the last few decades, this drug has become a bit controversial due to the fact that the body can build up a tolerance quickly if taken too often and is under investigation for being potentially addictive. Methadone is considerably stronger than Buprenorphine but works in the same manner, offering alleviated symptoms from withdrawal.

Naltrexone: Designed to block opioid receptors, blocking the effects that would normally take place once Heroin or an opioid is entered into the system. Also used in treating alcoholism.

Suboxone: Specifically designed to work in combination with Buprenorphine and Naltrexone. This combination of drugs not only manages the addiction, but it also alleviates the temptation to use heroin due to the opioid-blocking drug Naltrexone. 

*To locate a doctor that can prescribe medications for a painless withdrawal, please give us a call and we will help you find the closest addiction doctor to you in Arizona.


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How to get help for heroin addiction in Arizona

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Addiction No More has the answers you have been looking for. We have been helping Arizonans recover from heroin addiction since 2002. Give us a call and we can get you started on a path of recovery, without the need for heroin addiction. Please fill out this form if you wish to have a counselor contact you. For faster service, give us a call now. We can help you or someone you love find the best Drug Rehab Center for heroin addiction today. Addiction No More is an Addiction Treatment Center locator service. For immediate service, please call one of our counselors 24/7.

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Addiction Stats for the State of Arizona

Arizona is one of the major trafficking routes for heroin coming into our country. With all the vast open borderlands, it is estimated that 60% of all the drugs in our country come through the border between Mexico and Arizona. 

Heroin-related deaths are increasing nationwide. One DEA report showed that in 2013, there were 8,620 deaths reported for the year. That is almost triple the number of heroin-related deaths in 2010. In Arizona alone, the death rate from heroin overdoses was about 200 people compared to 10 years ago when that number of deaths was just 50 for the state of Arizona. 

Recent reports have been surfacing about the type of heroin that has been seized coming from Mexico to Arizona. It suggests that the Mexican cartels have started to purify their heroin, turning it into a white powder. This new type of Mexican heroin can make it so kids do not have to inject heroin like the black tar of the past. You can eat or snort it now much easier than before, which has led to a spike in heroin addiction rates in Arizona.


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We can help you find a heroin addiction treatment program in Arizona today. If you are looking for a heroin detox center we can also help you find the detox center in Arizona as well. Give us a call at 1-800-513-5423 today.