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

Substance Abuse and Mental Illness – Current Statistics

Substance abuse and mental health

It is a long-observed conclusion that many people with substance abuse problems also have mental health issues. The debate often rests on whether or not one causes the other and if treatment of one can make the other disappear. This can be a heated topic, as some experts insist on treating both as co-occurring disorders,….

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Adolescents and Alcohol

Adolescents and Alcohol Problem

Does your child get drunk? How do you know? Do anyone else’s kids drink? Think it can’t happen to you? Maybe you don’t have adolescent children, but you drive on the roads here. Do you want a drunken teenager coming at you in the left lane? This is your issue too. Every day 4,500 young….

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Alcoholics' families need support, too

Alcoholics Anonymous is well known as a self-help programme for people who regularly abuse alcohol, now known to be one adult in five. But the despair, confusion and resentment suffered by the alcoholic is invariably felt by their family too. I know this from both sides of the fence: as the child of a drink-dependent….

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Cirrhosis – The silent killer

Cirrhosis Liver

This is the stark image of the silent killer everyone who drinks too much should remember. Shrivelled and lumpy, the liver belongs to someone who has developed advanced cirrhosis. The condition can develop without any noticeable symptoms until the damage to the organ becomes so serious that it is far too late to do anything….

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Gene Mutation In Worms Key To Alcohol Tolerance

Scientists at the University of Liverpool have found that a genetic mutation in worms could further understanding of alcoholism in humans. The work follows a study carried out by Oregon Health and Science University, which suggested a link between a gene mutation in mice and tolerance to alcohol. Researchers at Liverpool have investigated this in….

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