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Drug rehab programs Arizona

Becoming addicted to drugs is something that could happen on the spur of the moment. Achieving a complete, life-lasting redemption from drugs through a professional rehabilitation program is a life-time achievement. Our team of professionals at Scottsdale Recovery knows that there is no such thing as complete and total rehabilitation. The temptation will always be there, stalking the former addict like the Ghost of the Past and threatening to take over when stumbling across the path of least resistance.

This means that to balance the situation, the drug rehab programs in Arizona had to be adapted regarding quality, innovation, and efficiency. Battling narcotics is a draconic task, one that tends to fail on multiple occasions, not because the treatments being deployed are ineffective, but because people tend to bail out. Sometimes, addiction is more important than their will to break free.

But, since surrendering is never an option science and innovation have decided to team up and give birth to a wide range of approaches, each adding new perspectives, new and refreshing effects, flexibility and a great deal of efficiency to the rehabilitation program.

Attacking addiction from all sides

For the rehabilitation program to have the highest effect and deploy its entire potential, several different branches of science need to converge together. This principle has lead to the creation of some of the most extensive and efficient drug rehab programs in Arizona, including:

1. Medical assistance and detoxification

It is a crucial stage in treating addiction, during which withdrawal is being managed with the help of medication like naltrexone, naloxone, buprenorphine, methadone, and others. A study has shown that the detoxification process requiring medication is needed in approximately 80% of the cases, especially in the beginning of the rehabilitation program.

 2. Behavioral therapies

Behavioral therapies are critical in restoring the patient’s emotional plane, as well as helping the addict regain control over his thoughts, desires, and life in general. It is one of the best ways to prevent relapse in both the near and the distant future, and it is strongly linked to the patient’s will to make a change for the better.

 3. Holistic treatments

These have been developed to heal the spirit and the mind. It is here where the addicts experience new, exciting and potentially life-changing practices like recovery-based yoga, guided meditation, music and art therapy, equine therapy and pet-based emotional rehabilitation and even adrenaline-fueled activities like hiking, swimming and challenging the nature.

 4. EMDR trauma therapy

The Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is a psychotherapy technique focusing on fighting off PTSD symptoms, emotional trauma, psychological addiction and other problems that may lead to the patient relapsing once the treatment has been completed.

These are just a few samples of the real potential shown by the best drug rehab programs in Arizona. And here at Scottsdale Recovery, we are always trying to accomplish what today is still considered to be impossible: reducing the relapse rate to 0. Sure, it is an ongoing battle, but if in the process we get to save human lives, it’s all worth it.

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