A National Directory of Drug Treatment Centers and Alcohol Treatment Centers, Therapists and Specialists. A free, simple directory providing assistance and guidance for those seeking help regarding alcohol addiction, drug addiction, dependency and many other conditions that affect the mind, body and soul.
Call 800-580-9104 to speak with an alcohol or drug abuse counselor.

Arizona Treatment Centers

Arizona AA Meetings

Bullhead City – For residents in the Bullhead area in search of local AA meetings for help with alcohol addiction recovery.

Lake Havasu City Intergroup – The Lake Havasu AA groups offer help and support for those in recovery from alcoholism or for those who wish to quit drinking.

Central Mountain Intergroup – This group offers Alcoholics Anonymous support for residents of the Central Mountain area of Arizona.

Salt River Intergroup,Inc. (24 Hr) – The Salt River Intergroup provides around the clock access to AA meetings, information and support helping residents of Arizona get sober.

Tuscon Area Intergroup Inc. – For residents of the Tuscon area, finding AA meetings begins with a search of Tuscon Area Intergroup.

Al-Anon

For help finding local Al-Anon meetings that provide supportive care for those who have a loved one or family member who’s addiction to alcohol has caused undue stress or problems in their lives, visit a local Al-Anon meeting:

Casa Grande, Coolidge – Disrtict 6

Colorado River Basin District 1

Central AZ, Verde Valley – District 2b

Page, Lake Powell – District 1

Tucson Intergroup – Soouth Central Arizona

Mental Health

Mental and behavioral health problems such as anxiety, depression or other disorders can cause serious side effects and may require professional treatment. For help finding a local behavioral health specialist, psychiatrist or psychologist who can provide proper treatment and care to help you overcome a mental illness, consider contacting your local mental health organization.  The following Arizona mental health and regional behavioral health authority websites provide access to local services:

Arizona Tribal and Regional Behavioral Health Authority

Cenpatico Regional Behavioral Health Authority – Call 866-495-6735

Gila River Regional Behavioral Health Authority – Call 800-259-3449

Magellan Regional Behavioral Health Authority – Call 800-631-1214

Navajo Nation Regional Behavioral Health Authority – Call 866-841-0277

Northern Arizona Regional Behavioral Health Authority – Call 877-756-4090

Pascua-Yaqui Regional Behavioral Health Authority – Call 800-572-7282

Anonymous Groups

Eastern Arizona NA – For those in recovery from various types of drug addiction.

Northern Arizona NA – A listing of Narcotics Anonymous groups in the Northern Arizona region.

Greater Phoenix NA – A comprehensive list of NA meetings taking place in the Phoenix area.

Southeast Arizona NA – Narcotics Anonymous meetings taking place in the Southeast region of Arizona.

South Central NA – Narcotics Anonymous meetings taking place in the South Central Arizona area.

Cocaine Anonymous Phoenix – Call 602-279-3838 for help overcoming cocaine addiction.

Cocaine Anonymous Tucson – Call 510-326-2211 for help with cocaine addiction in the Tucson area.

Arizona Marijuana Anonymous – For help overcoming marijuana addiction the state of Arizona.

Crystal Meth Anonymous Arizona – 12 step recovery and support for those suffering from meth addiction.

Arizona Helplines

Arizona Teen Crisis Solutions – 480-440-3242

EMPACT Suicide Prevention Center – 866-205-5339

AIDS hotline – 800-232-4636

Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline – 800-422-4453

Arizona Child Abuse Hotline – For cases of suspected child abuse or if you are a child who has been abused, call 888-SOS-CHILD for help.

Treatment & Detox Guide

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