Clinically-Based Addiction Treatment in Arizona
Safely Helping Patients Through Substance Use Disorder in Arizona
Overcoming drug and alcohol dependency is extremely difficult, and you should not have to do it by yourself. Decision Point Center is here to help.
With our “you-based” programs, we can help you find the right path to overcome your addiction, and build tools for lasting sobriety. At our recovery center, we treat you like a whole person, and we never define you by your addiction.
Nevertheless, we know you are coming to us because substance use has taken over your life, and we want to help you get back on track.
That’s why we offer a 45-90 day extended residential inpatient program in addition to other recovery options. All of our programs will give you access to the valuable therapies and activities you need to uncover the reasons for your addiction and learn to enjoy life again.
In conjunction to the treatments and therapies we offer at Decision Point Center, we believe in creating sustainable support services. We understand that one-size does not fit all, so we give our clients the opportunity to experience 12-Step programs and alternatives, allowing them to find the support group that meets their needs.
Upon completing of our program, you will still have access to support. We understand that this is the beginning your journey toward long-term recovery, so we offer our Alumni Support Program to everyone who completes one of our programs.
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Whether you take illegal drugs or abuse a prescription, we can shine a light on the darkness of drug addiction. Many drugs make you feel good or forget about suffering temporarily, but the long-term impact on your health and relationships is never worth it.
At Decision Point Center, we have specialized programs for the following addictions:
- Marijuana treatment
- Kratom treatment
- Cocaine treatment
- Methamphetamines (meth) treatment
- Opiate treatment
- Heroin treatment
- Fentanyl treatment
- Benzodiazepine (benzos) treatment (including Xanax and Ambien)
- Prescription drug treatment
You will receive continued support fighting off your addiction. Our inpatient program offers 24-hour medical care and supervision.
If you find yourself struggling with any of the substances listed in this section, or even drugs like ketamine and Phencyclidine (PCP), you can trust our compassionate team to guide you through.
Although it is legal, using alcohol can quickly spiral out of control and lead to illegal and unsafe behaviors. When alcohol becomes a problem, Decision Point Center can help.
Our approach to alcoholism treatment is centered around you and your needs. We investigate the underlining issue that is causing you alcohol addiction and then we explore the root of that problem in therapy. At the same time, we teach you how to rediscover sobriety and the adventures and activities you once enjoyed.
To understand alcoholism, you need to understand the different types of alcohol addiction each person can face. According to Alcohol.org, improving your understanding of the different forms of alcohol use disorder can help you learn how alcoholism may affect you or a loved one.
- Young Adult – This group typically does not drink during the week, but tends to binge drink on weekends. These behaviors start around the age of 20. The young adult alcoholic may not seek help for their problematic drinking, as drinking to excess at this age is often considered “normal” and part of a phase of life.
- Functional – These individuals typically hold steady employment and are financially secure. Functional alcoholics may appear to have their life in order to the outside world. Their drinking may be scheduled as to keep it “separated” from their normal life. A functional person may not seek help as alcohol has not inhibited them to participate in society.
- Chronic Severe – About 80% of those who struggle with chronic severe alcoholism are linked to close family members who struggle with or have battled alcoholism. In addition to alcohol use, this group may often suffer with drug use as well. These people frequently experience socioeconomical problems, such as homelessness, unemployment, relationship issues, legal problems, and health issues. Chronic severe alcoholics may also experience from mental health disorders, including bipolar disorder, depression, and anxiety disorders.
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Dual Diagnosis Treatment
Many times, drug and alcohol addiction do not occur independently. In addition to struggling with substance use disorder, you may have a diagnosed or undiagnosed mental health condition. Fortunately, addiction and mental illnesses can be treated together. Once you are sober, we give you the tools and resources you need to stay that way – no matter what comes your way.
We can also teach you ways to manage symptoms of:
Neither drugs and alcohol, nor mental health conditions should take over your life.
Our dual diagnosis program helps you stay in control.
About Our Programs
We offer several options for recovery here at Decision Point Center. All our treatment options include, but are not limited to, individualized therapy with our specialists. Depending on the underlying issue(s), our program offers multiple one-on-one sessions per week to address a person’s specific needs. This allows us to meet you wherever you are in your recovery journey.
For those who are getting help for the first time, we recommend beginning your journey toward sobriety with our residential inpatient program. If you cannot take an extended absence, however, we also have an intensive outpatient program.
Overall, your treatment will depend on your unique needs, and all our programs include proven therapies like DBT and CBT, holistic enrichment activities, life skills development, relapse prevention, and alumni support.
The resources you need are only a phone call away, so…
Contact Decision Point Center Today
We have been changing lives since 2004, and we want to change yours, too. Join us in the high desert and forests of Prescott, Arizona and learn what it means to live again.
Hope begins here.
Call today at (844) 292-5010 or start your journey online now.