According to the White House Office on National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP), Arizona is in the top ten states for several drug use categories, which isn’t a good thing. Some of those include illicit drug use other than marijuana, teen cocaine use in the past year and non-medical use of prescription painkillers.
Pharmaceutical substance abuse hits all age brackets, from teenagers to young adults and on through senior citizens. We have become a very medication-heavy society and the increased rate of prescription drug abuse is one very alarming indicator, with painkillers being the greatest threat in most areas.
Overall more than a thousand people died in Arizona as a direct result of drug use in a recent year, which was more than those who perished in automobile accidents or firearms that year, and the numbers appear to be increasing. There may be several contributing factors, such as increased availability due to trafficking in the state, but there are effective recovery solutions available.
If you’re looking for a drug rehab in Arizona for yourself or a loved one, contact Desert Cove Recovery today for more information about how our program can help.
Despite recent news of plans to open new treatment facilities in Arizona next year, the state still faces a shortage of beds for addiction recovery.
According to the National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS), there are 219 substance abuse and mental health facilities in Arizona. Half of these facilities provide both drug addiction and mental health treatment, the the majority of the rest focusing only on substance abuse.
More than 31,000 people in the state are being treated on a given day in Arizona, but less than 2,000 of them are enrolled in residential or inpatient facilities. The rest of the people are attending outpatient services, including more than 6,000 people engaged in methadone maintenance programs.
One of the most common reasons for people not receiving treatment in Arizona that is routinely cited is a lack of bed availability. Thankfully, at Desert Cove Recovery we have the ability to provide comfortable recovery housing for a residential experience and we also accept multiple insurance carriers to help cover the cost of treatment.
For more information contact a Desert Cove Recovery representative today.
There are many reasons that people seek to travel out of state when attending a drug or alcohol rehabilitation center.
One of the more common reasons is to simply remove the individual who is battling addiction can have a distraction-free environment in order to address their substance abuse or mental health issues. Providing a safe place to do this work in can often be very beneficial for people. It also allows the person to have seemingly more of a fresh start upon completion of their initial treatment.
Finding the right facility can also be a main factor in choosing a program. For example, if someone has a list of desires in a program, ranging from cost and insurance acceptability to length and treatment modality, then they may have to go out of their state to find something that fits the criteria.
The setting of the facility can be important to some people as well, such as wanting a program in a warmer climate. Desert Cove Recovery is located in Scottsdale, AZ and is warm throughout most of the year.
If you’re seeking a rehab program that is out of state, of varying length, that accepts insurance and provides the highest quality of treatment in a comfortable setting, call Desert Cove Recovery today.