Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in Mesa, AZ

If you are searching for a drug rehab in Mesa, Arizona or alcohol rehab in Mesa, you have several options in terms of location, style, and specialty. You can choose your facility based on what you want or need. While some may search for rehab centers close to home, others may prefer to go to a new destination. Trained professionals design individualized treatment plans based on your needs and length of stay. Mesa offers free treatment options plus those that accept private insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare. Call the rehab to get information on inpatient/outpatient treatment plans, insurance, and payment options.

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Listing thumbnail Lifewell Behavioral Wellness University

262 East University Drive
Mesa, AZ 85201

Listing thumbnail Community Bridges Psychiatric Center

358 East Javelina Avenue
Mesa, AZ 85210

Listing thumbnail New Leafs Dorothy B Mitchell Counseling Center

1655 East University Drive
Mesa, AZ 85203

Listing thumbnail Prodigy Healthcare Outpatient

460 North Mesa Drive
Mesa, AZ 85201

Listing thumbnail Positive Change Institute

1050 East University Drive
Mesa, AZ 85203

Listing thumbnail Lifewell Behavioral Wellness Power

6915 East Main Street
Mesa, AZ 85207

Listing thumbnail New Hope Behavioral Health Center Mesa

215 South Power Road
Mesa, AZ 85208

Listing thumbnail Terros Health Stapley Health Center Mesa

1111 South Stapley Drive
Mesa, AZ 85204

Listing thumbnail Southwest Behavioral and Health Services Mesa Outpatient

1255 West Baseline Road
Mesa, AZ 85202

Listing thumbnail Mountain Valley Counseling Mesa

145 East University Drive
Mesa, AZ 85201

Listing thumbnail CPLC Chicanos Por La Causa Centro Esperanza

325 North Stapley Drive
Mesa, AZ 85203

Listing thumbnail Intensive Treatment Systems Mesa Clinic

340 West University Drive
Mesa, AZ 85201

Listing thumbnail TASC Treatment Assessment Screening Center

423 North Country Club Drive
Mesa, AZ 85201

Listing thumbnail Arizona Addiction Treatment

525 West Southern Avenue
Mesa, AZ 85210

Listing thumbnail Community Bridges ASPIRE

1012 South Stapley Drive
Mesa, AZ 85204

Listing thumbnail SOBA Mesa Effective and Evidence Based Treatment for Arizona

6262 East Broadway Road
Mesa, AZ 85206

Listing thumbnail East Valley ASAP Mesa

2530 South Alma School Road
Mesa, AZ 85210

Listing thumbnail TLC Recovery Services Dana House

732 West Dana Avenue
Mesa, AZ 85210

Listing thumbnail Sun Valley Services

2706 East Main Street
Mesa, AZ 85213

Listing thumbnail Tilda Manor

3228 East Isabella Avenue
Mesa, AZ 85204

Listing thumbnail Marc Center Mesa

116 North Lindsay Road
Mesa, AZ 85213

Listing thumbnail Community Bridges Center For Hope

554 South Bellview
Mesa, AZ 85204

Listing thumbnail TLC Transitional Living Communities

32 South Macdonald
Mesa, AZ 85210

Listing thumbnail Copa Health Mesa

924 North Country Club Drive
Mesa, AZ 85201

Listing thumbnail East Valley Substance Abuse

1550 East University Drive
Mesa, AZ 85203

Listing thumbnail Valle Del Sol Southeast Valley

4135 South Power Road
Mesa, AZ 85212

Listing thumbnail Marys Mission and Development Center Therapeutic Outpatient

736 North Country Club Drive
Mesa, AZ 85201

Listing thumbnail Family Service Agency Mesa

1107 South Gilbert Road
Mesa, AZ 85204

Listing thumbnail Canyon Vista Recovery Center

860 North Center Street
Mesa, AZ 85201

Listing thumbnail Community Medical Services Mesa

6116 East Arbor Avenue
Mesa, AZ 85206

Listing thumbnail Dynamic Living Counseling Mesa

1555 South Gilbert Road
Mesa, AZ 85204

Listing thumbnail Evolution Way

724 West University Drive
Mesa, AZ 85201

Listing thumbnail Southwest Behavioral Health Mesa Outpatient

1255 West Baseline Road
Mesa, AZ 85202

Listing thumbnail Partners in Recovery

4330 East University Drive
Mesa, AZ 85205

Listing thumbnail Community Bridges Center for Hope

554 South Bellview
Mesa, AZ 85204

Listing thumbnail Community Bridges East Valley Addiction Recovery Center EVARC

560 South Bellview
Mesa, AZ 85204

Listing thumbnail Arizona Addiction Treatment Program AATP

525 West Southern Avenue
Mesa, AZ 85210

Listing thumbnail Anasazi Foundation

1424 South Stapley Drive
Mesa, AZ 85204

Listing thumbnail Tilda Manor

3228 East Isabella Avenue
Mesa, AZ 85204

Listing thumbnail Archways Recovery Centers

2222 South Dobson Road
Mesa, AZ 85202

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Mesa Drug and Alcohol Use Statistics

The National Survey on Drug Use and Health ranks Arizona at the top of the list in the United States for prescription drug misuse. Between 2018 and 2019, approximately 215,000 Arizona residents aged 18 and over abused pain relievers.1

According to SAMHSA’s 2019 N-SSATS Arizona study, Arizona has a significant binge drinking problem. Between 2018 and 2019, approximately 1,266,000 participated in binge drinking within one month of taking the survey. The survey shows:2

Arizona Department of Health Services credits drugs and medications (over-the-counter, prescription, and illicit drugs) as the underlying cause of death for 90% of poisoning deaths in 2015.3,4 The breakdown shows of the deaths, 78.8% of overdoses were unintentional, 13.6% were intentional self-harm or suicide, and 7.6% had undetermined intent. Males rated 1.5 times higher than females, while persons aged 45-54 showed the highest rate by age.

Arizona Drug Climate

Arizona’s drug climate is directly linked to its location, situated directly north of a significant trafficker stronghold in Sonora, Mexico. The border between Sonora and Arizona is rugged, sparsely populated, and infrequently patrolled by law enforcement, making it ideal for drug smuggling. Arizona serves as a site to import and ship drugs. Top drugs smuggled into Arizona include cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine, Mexican black tar heroin, oxycontin, and base chemicals.5

Also included are “club drugs” like ecstasy, GHB, LSD, ketamine, and nitrous oxide.

Mesa, Arizona, ranks high among U.S. cities for drug-related crime.6 Mesa’s safety rating is in the 5th percentile; only 5% of U.S. cities are more dangerous. The rate of drug-related crime in Mesa is 13.03 per 1,000 residents per standard year.

Cost of Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Mesa

Costs for alcohol and drug rehab in Mesa vary by type of facility and prescribed treatment.

If you don’t have insurance, you could qualify for a payment plan or low-cost or free options.

Facility Options

You can find affordable rehab facilities in Mesa to address your specific needs. If you need to find one outside Mesa, you can search alternate facilities throughout Arizona, such as:

You should ask about payment options before signing up at a treatment facility.

Popular Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers in Mesa

Mesa offers many drug and alcohol rehab options, including those with multiple locations. Below are some popular Mesa rehab centers.

Lifewell Behavioral Wellness University

Lifewell Behavioral Wellness University is a nonprofit agency that provides treatment for low-income clients diagnosed with substance abuse disorders, serious mental illness (SMI), and general mental health issues.

Programs:

Amenities:

Payment Assistance:

Intensive Treatment Systems Mesa Clinic

Intensive Treatment Systems (ITS) treats any drug or alcohol addiction. The facility is open 24/7 and is available by phone and for walk-in clients.

Programs:

Payment Assistance:

Arizona Addiction Recover Center

Arizona Addiction Recovery Center operates drug rehabs in Mesa, Glendale, Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Tempe. They cater to treatment for young adults, providing structure and therapy while making room for social activities.

Programs:

Payment Assistance:

New Hope Behavioral Health Center Mesa

New Hope Behavioral Health Center Mesa provides outpatient opioid treatment for the community. They offer private and family counseling as well as after-treatment care.

Programs:

Services:

Payment Assistance:

What to Expect at a Mesa Rehab

Be sure to research Mesa drug rehabs before signing up for treatment. Research services and payment options for low-cost or free care, Medicaid, or Medicare, self-pay options, sliding-scale fees, and private insurance. Services vary but usually include support groups, co-occurring diagnosis and treatment, detox services, group and one-on-one therapy sessions, addiction medication (if applicable), and physical and mental health screenings.

Detox Services

Chronic substance use can lead to physical and physiological dependence, i.e., your body and brain need the substance to function normally. When you stop using, your body might revolt, causing withdrawal symptoms. Withdrawal symptoms vary based on:

Withdrawal from barbiturates, benzodiazepines, and alcohol can be fatal. Opioid withdrawal may be excruciating. Detox is usually supervised 24/7 by trained professionals.

Withdrawal from cocaine, methamphetamines, Adderall, marijuana, MDMA, and PCP can be mild to moderate but may require professional detox services.

Detox treatments target your withdrawal symptoms to return you to a medically and mentally stable state without substance use. Interventions may include:

Detox treatment can last for weeks to months, depending on the substance and withdrawal symptoms.

Outpatient Treatment in Mesa

Outpatient treatment allows you to get treatment while living at home or in a sober living house. You can still go to work or school, socialize, or go to meetings. Some employers and schools will work with you to set your schedule around your treatment appointments.

Mesa outpatient treatment options include:

You may choose to attend a 12-step program related to your substance use. Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) and Narcotics Anonymous (N.A.) hold face-to-face and telephone meetings. Meetings are a strong source of support for those in treatment.

Inpatient Drug Rehab in Mesa

Inpatient drug rehab in Mesa requires you to reside at the rehab facility during your treatment, lasting from 30 to 180 days. Inpatient care begins with completing intake paperwork, recording your substance use history, family history, and both physical and mental health. Inpatient residents give up all but necessary belongings while in residence.

Once the intake and initial evaluation are complete, a trained professional will design an individual treatment plan based on your needs.

Your treatment plan may include:

While services vary depending on the facility and your needs, standard services include:

Dual Diagnosis

People with a substance addiction could have co-occurring mental health disorders, such as antisocial personality disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), bipolar disorder, or major depressive disorder. A co-occurring disorder diagnosis, often called a dual diagnosis, needs comprehensive care to address each condition fully.

Online Addiction Care (Telehealth)

The pandemic allowed Telehealth to move to the forefront as an alternative for people who could not make an in-person visit to a doctor. Telehealth provides access to medical help through the internet. You can get medical and mental health help without ever leaving your home.

Access to Telehealth may depend on your location, physical or mental health condition, and insurance coverage.

Medications for Opioid and Alcohol Addiction

You may require medications for alcohol or opioid addiction. The Food and Drug Administration approves medications for these addictions. Medications include:8

A rehab might prescribe additional mental health medications (e.g., antidepressants or mood stabilizers) as needed.

Types of Drug Rehab Programs in Mesa, Arizona

People requiring addiction treatment do not fall into a single category. Everyone has different needs based on their experience, family situation, substance use, etc. Types of rehabs include:

Adult Men-Only Rehab

Rehab focused on treatment for adult men recovering from addiction. Programs address gender specific-issues and offer a space for men to participate in single-gender group therapy.

Adult Women-Only Rehab

Adult women-only rehabs treat women while providing a safe place to recover. This type of facility is beneficial for women who have suffered trauma or abuse from a loved one or partner.

Executive Rehab

Executive rehabs offer treatment for working professionals. These rehabs marry upscale amenities, including office space, workrooms, high-speed internet, etc.

LGBTQ+ Rehab

LGBTQ+ rehabs deliver a safe place for patients to recover from drug and alcohol addiction. Trained staff will strive to understand your challenges, such as discrimination, internalized homophobia, transphobia, family acceptance, and social exclusion.

Luxury Rehab

You could choose a luxury rehab to enjoy a resort-like environment. Many include exclusive amenities, such as spa treatments, swimming pools, holistic programs, gourmet meals, golf, etc.

Teen Rehab

Teens need different therapies from adults, and this rehab gives teens a safe place to explore their challenges while providing programs for treatment and support.

Drug and Alcohol Laws in Mesa

Arizona Good Samaritan Law

The Good Samaritan Law of Arizona protects anyone who witnesses an overdose and calls 911 for emergency services. The law encourages people to step forward without fear of repercussions and prevent further overdoses in the community. The law protects the Good Samaritan from drug-related arrests/convictions regarding the overdose, even if the caller has a small amount of drugs without the intention to sell or distribute.7

Arizona Government Treatment Bills

The Arizona Revised Statue § 13-901.01(A)  states, in part:8

Probation for persons convicted of possession or use of controlled substances or drug paraphernalia; treatment; prevention; education; exceptions:

How to Choose the Right Mesa Rehab

Choosing the right alcohol or drug rehab in Mesa can make the difference in the success of your treatment program and recovery. Each person has different, perhaps multiple, issues. Therefore, thoughtfully choosing a rehab, doctor, or mental health treatment center is crucial. You may want an inpatient rehab, while someone else could respond better to outpatient care. You may prefer a combination of inpatient and outpatient programs, while another person might pick a luxury rehab. There is no right or wrong answer, just as long as it meets your individual needs.

Make sure you’re considering these factors when you choose a Mesa drug rehab or alcohol rehab:

Site Location

The location of your rehab facility might be as important to you as your treatment type. You might need to stay close to home, choose to experience the city, or relax by the beach or ocean. Since some rehab centers have multiple locations, call to check which options apply to you.

Inpatient or Outpatient

Some rehabs restrict their treatment plans for inpatient or outpatient services. Most centers offer both or a combination of inpatient and outpatient programs. You may also choose a center that provides various programs and treatments to ensure you get the proper care. Contact your healthcare provider if you don’t know which type of rehab is best for you.

Amenities

While some people only want or need basic accommodation during the treatment period, others require specific features and facilities to facilitate the process. These features may include spa treatments, massage therapies, holistic treatments, gourmet meals, yoga classes, exercise programs, swimming pools, private rooms, etc. Call the rehab for information on amenities and the cost associated with each.

Aftercare

Follow-up care is a vital part of your recovery because you can relapse into your previous state. Aftercare takes many forms, including ongoing physical treatment, mental health screenings, support groups, education, medications, etc.

Cost

Costs can be unbearable, particularly if you have limited or no insurance. When deciding on a Mesa alcohol and drug addiction rehab, calculate the total price and figure out how you will pay for it. Ask about funding options, including government programs, rehab discounts, scholarships, or if the programs are available through SAMHSA. Besides private insurance, state-funded insurance, and Medicare, some rehabilitation centers may offer self-payment and payment plans.

Demographic-Specific Treatment

Mesa’s other rehabilitation facilities meet the community’s specific needs. These devices can help you deal with issues that may not be relevant to others. Examples of demographically specific treatment include rehabilitation for young adults, and adolescents, women-only rehabilitation, and programs for LGBTQ + individuals, veterans, and others.

Insurance

Find out what insurance your rehab center accepts and if it’s in the network area of your coverage plan. Also, check on the amount of co-pay required.

Peer Support

Many people who have recovered from alcohol or substance abuse find participation in peer support can help them feel better. If you think a partner support group would help you, choose a Mesa rehab that combines partner support meetings with your treatment plan. If you need to find an outside support group, we can help you. Contact one of our treatment support specialists on our confidential and toll-free helpline. One is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to provide information and resources.

Treatment Philosophy

Rehab is not a “one size fits all” solution. While some centers may provide strict medical care, others may focus on your faith. Other areas may focus on age, sexual orientation, or holistic care. Some centers offer combination treatment options created to meet your different needs. The philosophy of treatment is vital if you have a co-occurring diagnosis.

Visitor Policy

If your family visits you during treatment, make it easy for them to travel to you. Check the rules for visitors. Some rehabs allow visitors to stay for the day. However, most do not permit overnight stays.

Resources

  1. National Survey on Drug Use and Health (2021). National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services
  2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2019). National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services.
  3. State of Arizona (2022). Opioid Overdose – A Public Health Emergency
  4. Arizona Department of Health Services (2017). Arizona Special Emphasis Report: Drug Overdose Deaths 2005-2015
  5. National Substance Abuse Index. Arizona Drug Climate
  6. Crimegrade.org (2021). Drug-Related Crime per Capita in Mesa
  7. Arizona State Legislature (2022). Arizona Revised Statute 13-3423 “Medical Assistance Requests; Prohibited Prosecution of Good Samaritans”
  8. Arizona State Legislature (2022). The Arizona Revised Statue § 13-901.01(A)
  9. National Library of Medicine. (2009). Medicines Used in Alcohol and Opioid Dependence.

Where do calls go?

Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Additional calls will also be forwarded and returned by a quality treatment center within the USA.

Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit will be answered by a licensed drug and alcohol rehab facility, a paid advertiser on Addictions.com.

All calls are private and confidential.