Free Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers In Arizona

If you have developed a dependence on alcohol or drugs and are seeking treatment and are without funds, then you are in the right place. We provide free, sliding scale, and affordable addiction treatment centers in Arizona. Our listings include all types of addiction treatment. This ranges from alcohol and drug treatment to many other types of addiction centers. Our main goal is to provide free locations, but we also list sliding scale and other 'almost free' treatment locations. The services differ on each listing some provide outpatient and inpatient and others just provide one or the other.

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Top Reviewed Free or Low-Cost Addiction Rehabs in Arizona

Finding hard to locate resources for the top reviewed substance abuse treatment and detox facilities that provide rehabilitation services for little to no cost in Arizona AZ. These facilities use sliding scales, grants, and government and county funds to finance the rehabilitation services they provide.

This list is constantly updating, as some facilities exhaust available funding, new grants or scholarships become available, and non-profits open and close. Currently, the top free or low-cost drug rehabilitation centers in Arizona AZ include:

Finding hard to locate resources for the top reviewed substance abuse treatment and detox facilities that provide rehabilitation services for little to no cost in Arizona AZ. These facilities use sliding scales, grants, and government and county funds to finance the rehabilitation services they provide.

Helping Associates Inc

1901 North Trekell Road, Suite A, Casa Grande 85122

Center Description: Office hours: Monday – Thursday 8:00AM to 8:00PMFriday - 8:00AM to 5:00PMSaturday and Sunday by appointment only.WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING SERVICES:INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING . . . for personal problems and internal conflicts such as depression,

User Reviews: The staff accommodates every need to help get clients and patients off of drugs and overcome addiction for good. True recovery is possible here and a future for a drug-free and life can be had. This place is beyond beautiful, and so clean. The treatment was personal, caring and effective. Clinical staff was great. The facility is like a 5-Star resort with all of its amazing amenities. My stay here has been great.

Helping Associates Racine PL

1000 E. Racine Pl, Casa Grande 85122

Center Description: Office HoursMonday – Thursday 8:00AM to 8:00PMFriday - 8:00AM to 5:00PMSaturday and Sunday by appointment only.WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING SERVICES:INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING . . . for personal problems and internal conflicts such as depression, co

User Reviews: An amazing facility that has great results. Staff is phenomenal. The program is top-notch. If you have a problem, this is the place to go.

Valley Hope Tempe

2115 East Southern Avenue, Tempe 85282

Center Description: Treatment is provided both in person at our facility and online. Our continuum of care includes a six-week Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) with morning and evening options, continuing care, online counseling and a relapse prevention program that m

User Reviews: My husband went through this program and so far he made a lot of progress. We like that this rehab treats their patients with individual programs and not everybody gets the same. The facility was very nice and neat, it did not feel like a rehab center but more like a hotel on vacation. My husband had a lot of a great time as this rehab celebrates a lot of holidays such as Thanksgiving, Easter etc... right now my husband is at home and he still has the aftercare program so we can make sure if he needs help then he will receive it fast. He is really a changed man, not drinking anymore and he is so much more at peace.

NOVA Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment

4425 W Olive Ave, Ste 200

Glendale, AZ 85302

NOVA’s Outpatient Program – Clients receive specialized services designed to meet their individual needs which promote healing and lasting recovery. Services include individual and group counseling as well as an intensive substance abuse recov

Community Bridges Stabilization and Recovery Unit Payson

803 W Main St

Payson, AZ 85541

Provides crisis stabilization, triage, social detox, peer support, outreach, and transition management for adults in alcohol or drug related crisis. Community Bridges, Inc. (CBI) was incorporated as a private non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization in 198

Renaissance Recovery Center

459 North Gilbert Road Suite B140

Gilbert, AZ 85234-4750

Our intensive outpatient program runs 3 nights per week. We also include at least 1 individual session per week, along with family counseling services. Our group sessions are smaller and designed to create a more intimate setting. This allows f

Verhelst Recovery House

P.O. Box 4098

Bisbee, AZ 85603

Verhelst Recovery House offers our clients housing at our facility and can accommodate up to 10 individuals. Breakfast, Lunch and dinner are provided for the clients. The phase program combines the 12-step process with additional support in the setti

West Yavapai Guidance Clinic

642 Dameron Drive

Prescott, AZ 86301

The mission of the West Yavapai Guidance Clinic Foundation is to support anyone in need of mental health services. They advocate for suicide prevention and adults with serious mental illness. Though all services offered to individuals by the Wes

Community Bridges Stabilization and Recovery Unit Holbrook

993 N. Hermosa Dr

Holbrook, AZ 86025

Provides crisis stabilization, triage, social detox, peer support, outreach, and transition management for adults in alcohol or drug related crisis. Community Bridges, Inc. (CBI) was incorporated as a private non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization in 198

Casa de Esperanza Behavioral Health Services

780 S Park Centre Ave

Green Valley, AZ 85614

Provides outpatient counseling for youth, adults, and seniors. Individual, group, and family counseling offered in the areas of depression, life transition, grief and loss, anxiety, substance abuse, LGBT issues, trauma recovery, domestic violence,

ADMIRE Plus Dual Diagnosis Program

1210 E Pennsylvania St

Tucson, AZ 85714

Provides intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment program for dual-diagnosis clients. Combines aspects of 12-Step and SMART Recovery approaches, and is person-centered and recovery oriented. Acu-Detox is also available. Includes assistance w

Mohave Mental Health Clinic - Lake Havasu City

2187 Swanson Ave

Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403

Provides counseling, case management, substance abuse outpatient, consultation and education, prevention outreach.Hours Mon-Fri 9am-5pm clinic, 24-hours telephone assistanceProgram Fees VaryLanguages English, Spanish

Helping Associates Inc

1901 North Trekell Road, Suite A

Grande, AZ 85122

Helping Associates, Inc. (HAI) is a private professional counseling firm whose mission is to provide quality professional counseling services to individuals, groups and families throughout Pinal and Yuma Counties.WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING SERVICES:INDIV

Community Bridges Stabilization & Recovery Unit - Holbrook

993 Hermosa Dr

Holbrook, AZ 86025

Provides crisis stabilization, triage, social detox, peer support, outreach, and transition management for adults in alcohol or drug related crisis.Hours VaryProgram Fees Sliding scaleLanguages English, Spanish; oth

West Yavapai Guidance Clinic

625 Hillside Avenue

Prescott, AZ 86301

The mission of the West Yavapai Guidance Clinic Foundation is to support anyone in need of mental health services. They advocate for suicide prevention and adults with serious mental illness. Though all services offered to individuals by the Wes

CRIT Substance Abuse Services

13376 1st Ave

Parker, AZ 85344

Alcohol and substance abuse counseling, recovery services, group therapy.Hours Mon-Fri 8am-5pmProgram Fees NoneLanguages EnglishEligibility Colorado River Indian Tribes membersIntake Process CallH

West Yavapai Guidance Clinic Chemical Dependency Program

642 Dameron Drive

Prescott, AZ 86301

Walk In Crisis ClinicHours: Mon - Fri 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Residential:The Hillside Recovery Program is a 25-bed program for adults which is staffed 24 hours per day, seven days per week. The residential program provides intensive substance abuse treat

Community Bridges Stabilization and Recovery Unit Globe

5734 E Hope Ln

Globe, AZ 85501

Provides crisis stabilization, triage, social detox, peer support, outreach, and transition management for adults in alcohol or drug related crisis. Community Bridges, Inc. (CBI) was incorporated as a private non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization in 198

Pasadera Behavioral Health Network- Walk in Clinic

2502 N Dodge Blvd Ste 100

Tucson, AZ 85716

Offers detoxification, outpatient therapy, and residential therapy.HoursMon-Fri 8am-5pm administration; 24-hours intakeProgram FeesVaryLanguagesEnglish, SpanishEligibilityMen and women ages 18 and older who are currently intoxicatedIntake ProcessCa

Professional Counseling Associates

106 S 8th Ave, Ste 104

Safford, AZ 85546

Provides counseling for individuals, groups, couples, and families. Specializes in the areas of depression, anxiety, personality disorders, domestic violence, anger management, parenting skills, communication skills, behavioral problems of childre

Mothers Caring About Self

700 N 7th Ave

Tucson, AZ 85705

CODAC is one of Arizona's oldest and most respected community-based providers of behavioral health and family development services. What began as a grassroots drug abuse prevention and treatment program has grown into a multi-faceted organization

New Arizona Family Inc V

650 W Southern Ave Ste 4

Mesa, AZ 85210

Provides outpatient mental health and substance abuse counseling services for adults. Services include group and individual counseling, psychiatric evaluation, and medication services. Therapeutic groups address substance abuse, general mental hea

Phoenix Shanti Group Substance Abuse Therapy

2345 W Glendale Ave

Phoenix, AZ 85021

Provides one-on-one, family, and group substance abuse therapy.Hours Mon-Fri 8am - 4pmProgram Fees VaryLanguages English, SpanishEligibility AdultsIntake Process CallHandicap Accessible.

Latest Reviews Of Rehab Centers In Arizona AZ

My parents pestered me for 6 months before I finally agreed to go to Community Bridges Stabilization & Recovery Unit - Winslow. I’m more than lucky that my parents found Community Bridges Stabilization & Recovery Unit - Winslow and were relentless in their determination to get me there. For the first time in 9 years I feel normal again when I’m sober. I started using pain meds when I was 23 and went to my first rehab 2 years into my addiction. I went to 5 more rehabs before my parent found Community Bridges Stabilization & Recovery Unit - Winslow and going to Community Bridges Stabilization & Recovery Unit - Winslow was completely different and better than all those other rehabs put together. Every time I finished a rehab program in the past I would try to stay clean and I would for a month, maybe 2 but the biggest problem I had was the fact that I wasn’t comfortable in my own skin anymore and the knowledge that if I just used I’d feel normal again. On the one hand, I wanted to be sober. On the other hand, I just wanted to feel normal. So eventually I’d give up and relapse. I thought Community Bridges Stabilization & Recovery Unit - Winslow would be like the other rehabs and didn’t quite understand why they seemed to be so fixated on this one place when in the past it was just getting me a rehab, any rehab. When I got there and started interacting with the staff I came to realize why my parents thought so highly of Community Bridges Stabilization & Recovery Unit - Winslow. Every staff member was exceptionally kind and compassionate and incredibly helpful all the time. I felt comfortable there and was able to relax and just concentrate on my recovery. I was able to talk with and open up to my counselors. For the first time since I started using, I felt like a had a decent shot of staying clean when I finished the program. It was about 6 weeks into my program at Community Bridges Stabilization & Recovery Unit - Winslow when I noticed how different I was. I was exercising and eating well. Something that actually surprised me was how good the food there was. I was smiling more and just happy to be there doing a rehab program that worked for me. Throughout the program, I got more and more comfortable just being me. I didn’t feel off when I was sober anymore and as that was one of the major hurdles I’ve always had I knew that I could and would be able to stay sober when I finished my program and went home. I’ve had some bad days since I’ve finished my program but I haven’t relapsed and going to Community Bridges Stabilization & Recovery Unit - Winslow gave me the tools I needed to get through those bad days and the support system to help me when I need it. Going to Community Bridges Stabilization & Recovery Unit - Winslow helped me so much. It’s amazing being clean and sober. More importantly, though I feel like myself again. Being sober is normal for me now and I wouldn’t change it for anything.

I have had a great experience at Arizona Addiction Treatment Program Mesa. I have learned a lot. I believe I have gained the tools and knowledge I will need to live in sobriety. I will recommend Arizona Addiction Treatment Program Mesa to anyone who is looking for help for addiction.

Valle del Sol is very successful in inculcating the faith in me that I can resist alcohol even when it is readily available or when all my friends around me are consuming it. I had avoided being social because I was not confident about myself. Valle del Sol has really helped me in regaining self-confidence.

I found the whole experience amazing. I was extremely impressed with the counselors. Every group therapy counselor and the private counselor was extremely caring at Mohave Mental Health Clinic Lake Havasu City who helped me throughout my treatment. I can tell with certainty that they worked as a team, to bring to the table individual needs as well as the needs of the group.

Important Definitions

  • Sliding Scale Treatment

    Fees that are variable based on the clients ability to pay. Fees are reduced for lower income persons or have less money due to high expenses.

  • Non Profit Treatment

    Many non profit treatment programs are free or are lower cost due to the non profit organizations status.

  • Faith Based Treatment

    Many religious organizations offer drug and alcohol recovery treatment at no cost as part of their ministry services. Many also offer payment assistance for those that qualify.

  • Payment Assistance

    Payment assistance is available at a large group of treatment centers. We list this detail in the description. Payment assistance programs are often structured due to the situation. You will need to call the location to find out specific details on payment assistance programs.

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AZ Substance Abuse Facts

Drug abuse among Arizona adults—particularly heroin—is fairly high. Consider the following statistics:

  • Past-year heroin use among Arizona residents aged 12 or older increased from 0.32 to 0.55% between 2013 and 2015. Compare this to the increase in the national rate of 0.3% to 0.33%.
  • The number of individuals 12 and up with past-year alcohol use disorders (alcohol addictions) decreased slightly from 7.6% to 6.7% in this same time period. But that rate was still above the national rate (6.1%).
  • In 2014-2015, past-month marijuana use was 8.5% among this age group, compared to a national rate of 8.3%.

Recent data show Arizona youth also have slightly higher substance abuse rates than the national average. According to the High School Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 35% of Arizona teens in grades 9-12 said they had at least 1 drink of alcohol on at least 1 day in the past month, compared to 33% of teens nationwide. Of these, 19% said they binge drank at least once in the past month, compared to 18% nationwide. Lifetime marijuana use, inhalant use, and cocaine use in this group were all above the national average.

Drug deaths in Arizona also outpace the U.S. average. From 2012-2014, male drug deaths averaged 22 per 100,000 people compared to 17.3 per 100,000 nationally, while female drug deaths averaged 15.2 per 100,000 compared to 10.8 nationally.

Getting Addiction Treatment Help

Seeking treatment for drug or alcohol abuse is a big decision. To help narrow down your options, think about whether you’d like to stay close to home or travel for treatment, what kind of insurance coverage you have, and what kind of amenities you’d like (e.g., food, accommodations, recreational opportunities). Programs can vary from standard to luxury, and the more amenities a program has, the more expensive it will be.

Where Else Can I Find Help?

People seeking recovery who don’t have insurance do have a number of options available to help them pay for treatment. For instance, many programs in Arizona have sliding scale fees, which means you pay an agreed-upon rate based on your income. You can also usually work out a payment program where you make monthly payments instead of paying a lump sum.

Some people take out loans or borrow from their savings, while others seek donations through crowdfunding sites. Health care credit cards are another option for payment, but it’s important that if you go this route that you try to secure a reasonable interest rate.

Resources in Arizona

  • The Arizona Substance Abuse Partnership: The ASAP is part of the Governor’s Office of Youth, Faith and Family. It focuses on substance abuse prevention, enforcement, treatment, and recovery. You can search for substance abuse programs by zip code on its site.
  • Suicide and crisis hotlines: The Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System lists hotlines by county.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous meetings: Find AA meetings in cities and towns across Arizona. Meetings are free to attend.
  • The Arizona Region of Narcotics Anonymous: Look for meetings in your area. NA is a 12-step program similar to AA that helps people who have become addicted to drugs and have a desire to get help. Like AA, the meetings are free.
  • Simplifying MAT: This brochure from the Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy at Arizona State University lists medication-assisted treatment programs for opioid addiction across the state.
  • Arizona Medicaid: Learn about Medicaid in Arizona and whether you qualify for coverage. The program provides healthcare to children, pregnant women, parents, seniors, and people with disabilities who meet certain income requirements.
  • NAMI Arizona: The National Alliance on Mental Illness offers support groups, resources, crisis lines, and treatment information for people in Arizona who struggle with a mental illness.
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