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Narconon Arrowhead Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center Success Story

When I arrived at Narconon Arrowhead drug and alcohol treatment center, I had been in the worst jail in Mississippi for about twelve days. It took about two hours and I could feel the change in me in this setting. I couldn’t quit staring at the lake. I met the withdrawal staff and was cared for like a king. Later after going through a lot of ups and downs, I learned a lot of things about myself I thought I would never again be able to feel. The experience I’ve had here is something very dear to me. The staff and workers are top-notch. Individually the people I’ve met here are what kept me at drug rehab. I have regained the most important thing which has been myself and my family. I will always be in debt to Narconon Arrowhead. S.U.

Arizona Drug Rehab Information

Arizona Drug Rehab and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Information

Substance Abuse Costs Lives Every Year in Arizona

Substance abuse is the nation’s number one health-related problem and the effects can be seen in Arizona. Drug and alcohol addiction is the root cause to many other societal problems and it costs our country up to $500 billion each year, in addition to the thousands of lives lost, broken homes and drug-related crime.

Most addiction treatment centers have a limited success rate, where the majority of the clients relapse. This is not the case with Narconon Arrowhead. In fact, approximately 70% of the graduates of our drug and alcohol rehab remain drug free.

To find out if there are any drug rehab treatment or counseling facilities serving people in Arizona that are suitable for your needs, please call 1-800-468-6933.

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Opium Addiction and Addiction

Opium Addiction
Opium addiction has a long history. It was a problem in the 1850’s when morphine was developed as a non-addictive substitute. Morphine was soon a bigger addiction problem than opium. The morphine problem was ‘solved’ with another opium derivative – Heroin, which proved to be even more addictive than either morphine or opium. In the middle and latter parts of the 20th century along come methadone as the cure for heroin. You guessed it, methadone is stronger, more addictive, and more life threatening than any of the opium derivatives that came before it. Ask any methadone addict, or addiction professional dealing with methadone addiction and withdrawal. By the 1990’s the mortality rate from opium derivatives was estimated to be 20 times greater than the general population.


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Sierra VistaAvondalePrescottBullhead CityApache Junction
SurpriseOro ValleySun City WestCasa GrandeDrexel Heights
Prescott ValleyNogalesFortuna FoothillsFountain HillsKingman
GoodyearGreen ValleyFlorenceTanque VerdeSan Luis
Flowing WellsNew Kingman-ButlerSierra Vista SoutheastDouglasMohave Valley
Paradise ValleyPaysonMaranaSun LakesNew River
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Drug Abuse and Addiction

Drug Abuse
Drug abuse begins with a problem, discomfort or some form of emotional or physical pain for which the individual does not have an immediate answer. The person feels that his problem or pain is major, persistent, and without solution or relief. For these reasons, some people, young or old, male or female, high income or low, begin to use potentially addictive drugs or alcohol in an attempt to relieve the pain or discomfort. These drugs may even offer temporary relief. At this point the individual will continue to use in an effort to find continuing relief. Tolerance for the drug or alcohol sets in requiring larger and larger doses more and more often to obtain the same results. At this point the door has been opened to drug abuse and it is only a short walk to full blown addiction.


Inpatient Rehab and Addiction

Inpatient Rehab
For those needing extended care for an out of control addiction problem an inpatient rehab is the only real option for a number of reasons. Most addicts will find it next to impossible to refrain from drug use when remaining in their usual environments. The temptations and ready availability of the substances serve to make this attempt a losing proposition. An inpatient rehab, especially a long term one, serves as a safe a secure environment where one is able to confront the cravings, guilt and depression of addiction in a caring and compassionate atmosphere of mutual understanding and assistance.


Drug Abuse and Addiction

Drug Abuse
Drug abuse can and does take many forms. The corporate CEO addicted to cocaine, The college alcohol and drug binge party, A small child mis-diagnosed and addicted to Ritalin, the housewife unable to get through the day without her anti-depressants, to the hardworking husband now trapped in the use of painkillers. There is hardly an American household who doesn’t know someone adversely affected by drug abuse. At Narconon Arrowhead drug rehab facility we deal with the individual affected by drug abuse. Each has their own story and each has individual issues and problems needing confronted and solved in order to achieve a lasting and permanent drug free and productive lifestyle. Not labels and categorizing of people, but life skills learned and applied to the individual to resolve their situations.


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