Phoenix, Arizona

Free Alcohol, Drug and other Rehab resources in Phoenix.

Free Alcohol, Drug and other Rehab resources in Phoenix, Arizona.
We help people take the first steps toward getting help for their drug and alcohol usage and having drug-free lifestyles. To contact an alcohol/drug abuse counselor, please call 1-800-780-2294.

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  • The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center Website Learn more 625 S. Central Ave.
    Phoenix , AZ - 85004
    (602) 256-4500
    Our Adult Rehabilitation Center provides assistance to men and women, ages 21-64, suffering from drug and alcohol dependence. All treatment costs, medical needs, accommodations, and meals are provided, as are GED and parenting classes. The residential program has a minimum required stay of six months to one year.The ARC is well known for its successful use of work therapy. Participants in the program are given work in various positions in coordin .. see more
  • The Potter's House Substance Abuse Center Website Learn more 4220 N 20th Ave Ste 100
    Phoenix, AZ - 85015
    (602) 254-9701
    The Potter’s House Substance Abuse Center (TPHSAC) is an outpatient substance abuse Treatment Program.  Our objective is to provide clinically sound outpatient substance abuse treatment to men and women 18 and older of all ethnic groups, who are experiencing substance use disorders (abuse, dependency), including education of criminal offenders.Provides outpatient substance abuse services for adults. Services include intake, group and indiv .. see more
  • Phoenix Shanti Group Substance Abuse Therapy Website Learn more 2345 W Glendale Ave
    Phoenix, AZ - 85021
    (602) 279-0008
    Provides one-on-one, family, and group substance abuse therapy. Hours      Mon-Fri 8am - 4pmProgram Fees     VaryLanguages     English, SpanishEligibility     AdultsIntake Process     CallHandicap Accessible?     Yes .. see more
  • TERROS Substance Abuse Prevention Website Learn more 3003 N. Central Ave.
    Phoenix, AZ - 85012
    (602) 685-6000
    Substance abuse prevention education for youth and families. Provides COPE Coalition information.Offers:ChoicesProviding case management and psychiatric medical care to individuals with serious mental illness.OutpatientProviding general and intensive individual and group treatment, and pyschiatric services.LADDERProviding treatement for individuals with addiction and serious mental illness challenges. ResidentialMaverick House, a 29-bed Level II .. see more
  • US PHS IHS Alcoholism Substance Abuse Program Website Learn more 40 N Central Ave Ste 600
    Phoenix, AZ - 85004
    (602) 364-5039
    Provides education and training toward holistic prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of alcoholism or other drug dependencies. Hours      Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pmProgram Fees     NoneLanguages     EnglishEligibility     Native American children and adults; must bring proof of membership in a federally recognized tribeIntake Process     Call or visit office .. see more
  • New Arizona Family Highland Learn more 4201 N 16th Street
    Phoenix, AZ - 85016
    (602) 248-7993
    Residential general mental health and substance abuse program for indigent and low-income men. Continuum of care includes residential services, mental health symptom management, relapse prevention, individual and group counseling, substance abuse, health and wellness, referral services, support groups, psychiatric evaluation, medication monitoring, family education, housing referrals, stress management, programs geared toward a healthy and .. see more
  • Nova Safe Haven For Men and Women Learn more 210 S. 12th Avenue
    Phoenix, AZ - 85007
    (602) 528-0758
    Seriously mentally ill men and women – many also facing substance abuse issues – represent a significant portion of Metropolitan Phoenix’s  homeless population.  NOVA’s Safe Haven seeks to provide assistance to these individuals who have been unwilling or unable to participate in other supportive services, assisting them toward stability and independence. The NOVA Safe Haven residential program houses 25 people (18 m .. see more
  • Ebony House Male Residential Substance Abuse & Outpatient Treatment Website Learn more 6222 South 13th Street
    Phoenix, AZ - 85042
    (602) 276-4288
    Substance Use Residential Treatment - MenEbony House Inc.'s Men's Level II 14 bed Residential Treatment Program seeks to provide a gender specific program to adult men, eighteen years of age and older, that demonstrates an diverse system of intensive treatment based on American Society of Addiction Medicine Criteria (ASAM); with an expected length of stay determined by individual assessment and ASAM standards. Ebony House follows the guidelines e .. see more
  • Elba House Website Learn more 8646 South 14th Street
    Phoenix, AZ - 85042
    (602) 243-5492
    A 10-bed Level II residential program, Elba House provides comprehensive substance abuse treatment and rehabilitative services targeting pregnant and parenting women, ages 18 and older, in a 24-hour supervised environment. Admission is based on the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) and treatment is individualized. Elba House accepts eligible applicants who present with co-occurring disorders who are stable on their medication. Elba Ho .. see more
  • Native American Community Health Ctr DBA Native Health Website Learn more 4520 North Central Avenue, Suite 620
    Phoenix, AZ - 85012
    (602) 279-5262
    Location services description: Substance abuse treatment. Treatment received at location: Outpatient Types of patients treated: Adolescents, DUI/DWI offenders .. see more
  • National Council on AlcDrug Depend Central Arizona Website Learn more 4201 North 16th Street, Suite 140
    Phoenix, AZ - 85016
    (602) 264-6214x
    Location services description: Substance abuse treatment, Halfway house. Treatment received at location: Outpatient Types of patients treated: Women .. see more
  • Terros Inc Website Learn more 3864 North 27th Avenue
    Phoenix, AZ - 85017
    (602) 685-6000
    Location services description: Substance abuse treatment. Treatment received at location: Outpatient Types of patients treated: Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, Women, Men, Criminal justice clients .. see more
  • Banner Health Good Samaritan Medical Center Behavioral Health Services Website Learn more 925 East McDowell, 4th Floor
    Phoenix, AZ - 85006
    (602) 839-6800
    Banner Health is one of the leading non-profit health care providers in the West Coast. As a nonprofit Health Care, the Banner system is assisting the working uninsured and under-insured citizens through Financial Assistance Programs and free services like the Banner Good Samaritan Points Control and Drug Interaction Center Hotline. By providing these types of servicesthe Banner Health adheres to its mission: "To make a difference in people's liv .. see more

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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.

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