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New Life Recovery Inc. Mesa AZ 85204

MesaArizona
New Life Recovery Inc. was started in 1984 by Frank Kern. Frank was a young man who had been a...
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Alliance Sober Living Homes Scottsdale Scottsdale AZ 85254

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Alliance Sober Living Homes provides upscale, clean transitional living in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Sober Living homes offer many of the...
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Sober Apartment Living Scottsdale AZ 85251

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If you have spent any time living in an apartment or have ever lived in a small house in a...
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Silkworth Institute Scottsdale AZ 85251

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The Silkworth Institute for Sober Living in Scottsdale, Arizona offers an array of services to suit every individual's needs. Whether...
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Sobriety Experience Sober Livings Scottsdale AZ 85260

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Although returning to active participation in drug treatment after completing a drug rehab program is an option, registering in a...
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Canyon Vista Recovery Center Mesa AZ 85201

MesaArizona
"Canyon Vista Recovery Center is dedicated to offering the best quality recovery and treatment possible to men and women who...
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Alliance Sober Living Homes Phoenix Phoenix AZ 85028

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The Alliance Sober Living Homes is a transitional living home for families, persons who are about to enter recovery and...
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Sanctuary Sober Living LLC Phoenix AZ 85028

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Sanctuary Sober Living is a transitional living home, an out-of-the-way house that is in the process of transforming into a...
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Addiction Treatment is not just one-size-fits all. Different treatments can range from drug rehab centers and rehabs to community-based programs where you can meet with people to talk about your addiction. Your addiction treatment can range from group therapy sessions, individual counseling and therapy at home with a psychiatrist. Depending on the severity of your addiction and its impact on your life, treatment may also take many forms. You can decide which treatment works best for you depending on the specific substance you are addicted to, your individual psychological needs, or whatever health care services you are able to afford. The first step in getting your addiction treated is to visit an addiction treatment center. In most cases you will have to visit several to be able to receive the type of care that will work best for you. Many treatment centers offer both inpatient and outpatient treatment. Inpatient treatment can be done at one center while outpatient therapy is usually offered at a different center. After your addiction has been treated at a center, you will need to do your part by getting the help of others who know about your situation and are willing to help. One way to get help is through your family members, friends or others you know and trust. This is a huge plus when it comes to addiction treatment. Because of the stigma surrounding addiction, the support from loved ones and friends can be a great boost of motivation to get treatment right away. You should never hesitate to ask people you know if they can recommend someone to you for their support.