Arizona recognizes that they have a serious addiction epidemic on their hands. They know that not only does their state, but the other states throughout the country are faced with the same issues. Those on Medicaid, medicare and medi-cal programs know that finding help can be difficult to do.
Arizona is seeing new programs that not only help those going through the medical path to recognize and treat addiction, but they are working towards providing better care and treatment for those that are dealing with addiction. This advanced training is going to better help those that are dealing with this type of addiction in their lives. Additionally, clinics are now offering better medical interventions for those suffering from withdrawals.
These resources provided help give the information needed to find help if you have Medicaid, medicare or medi-cal programs that you are enrolled with. Help is just a phone call away when you need someone to speak with.
Arizona’s Medicaid Opioid Support in the United States
Table 1: Medicaid’s Role in Addressing the Opioid Epidemic (as of June 2019)
NOTE: Overdose deaths by type of opioid are not mutually exclusive and should not be summed. Synthetic opioid deaths do not include deaths due to methadone. Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) drugs are: methadone (M), buprenorphine (B), and naltrexone (N). Naltrexone includes both oral and injectable. An IMD (Institution for Mental Disease) is an inpatient facility with over 16 beds.
Renaissance House (Womens Transition Project Inc)
– 240 OHara Ave, PO Box 943, Bisbee, AZ 85603
Phone: (520) 432-1771
Compass Healthcare Inc (Outpatient)
– 1779 West St Marys Road, Tucson, AZ 85745
Phone: (520) 620-6615
Phoenix VA Healthcare System (Substance Abuse Treatment Program)
650 East Indian School Road, Building 4, Phoenix, AZ 85012
Phone: (602) 277-5551×7640
– 3 Arizona Locations
ADMINISTRATION OFFICE – TUCSON, ARIZONA / Teen Challenge of Arizona, Inc. (Admin Office)
The programs are typically 12-18 months and consist of Bible studies, work projects, education (for adolescents), recreation and more. Many aspects of the program differ slightly between centers, such as cost, application processes, and day-to-day activities. HOLISTIC RECOVERY
Although many potential students do not initiate contact with potential programs, during the admissions process, most programs will want to speak directly with the applicant.
Please understand that it is your responsibility to provide transportation to and from Teen Challenge.
Adolescent Teen Challenge programs generally work with teens ages 12-17. Most adult programs work with individuals over the age of 18. There is not usually an upper range age cap in adult programs. The average age in adult Teen Challenge programs is between 25-35.
Each individual Teen Challenge program has its own policy regarding fees, tuition, and refunds. This information should be thoroughly explained, and provided in writing, at the time of admission. In most cases, admission fees are non-refundable. In adolescent programs where finances are more of an issue, refund policies will be provided by the individual Teen Challenge programs.
There are a few Teen Challenge programs that work with the whole family. there are some Teen Challenge programs that are for mothers and their children. Call (417) 581-2181, or visit our Residential page for more details.
Most Teen Challenge programs require that you detox – preferably a medically supervised detox – prior to entering the program
Costs vary from center to center.
TUCSON, ARIZONA – P.O. Box 77370, Tucson, Arizona 85703 (520) 792-1790 office (520) 792-0049 fax davidw(AT)tcaz.org http://tcaz.org Tucson Teen Challenge accepts Men (18+), including those that are on parole, on probation.
PHOENIX, ARIZONA – P.O. Box 13444, Phoenix, Arizona 85002 (602) 271-4084 office / (602) 271-9718 fax mail(AT)tcaz.org http://tcaz.org Greater Phoenix Teen Challenge accepts Men (18+), including those that are on parole, on probation.
•five hundred dollar per month donation, with a minimum two-month commitment, payable upon arrival
•Anyone can enroll as long as they are over the age of 18, not a registered sex offender, and sober for least 24 hours prior to enrolling
•Please note that if the Courts allow an individual to participate in our program in lieu of incarceration, we do require the enrollee to complete both phases, Phase-1 (2-months) and Phase-2 (6-months), making their total commitment to the program a minimum of 8-months.
•Accepts men and women
HOUSE OF MIRACLES
– P.O. Box 844, Tolleson, AZ (623) 931-2690
The Potter’s House Substance Abuse Center-
-4220 North 20th Ave, Phoenix, AZ – 85015
outpatient substance abuse Treatment Program.
Program Fees $160 intake, $20 group sessions for self-paying clients
20 S. Macdonald St, Mesa 85210 480-461-3136 / 54 W. Southern Avenue, Mesa 85204 480-649-8330
132 S. Robson Street, Mesa 85210 480-833-7616 / 2202 E. Roosevelt, Phoenix 85006 (602) 220-9658
9424 N. 9th Ave, Phoenix 85021 (602) 216-0297 / 7119 N. 67th Avenue, Glendale 85301 (623) 792-5240
843 W. Thurber, Tucson 85705 (520) 293-4919 / 506-576 N. San Marcos, Apache Junction 85220
Free to enter long term Therapeutic community environment for both women and men. Resident’s graduate through stages of the program, and are given more responsibilities and freedoms as they move up. Residents are expected to get a job and start to contribute a small amount each month. 12 steps, group counseling. Long term
residential low cost service providers, compass provides residential drug and alcohol rehab to more than 250 people each year, regardless of their ability to pay. For both men and women, detox is also available. The program is comprehensive and holistic, and there is an optional 30 day vocational training course provided at the end of a rehab stay
10 bed gender specific program, is a specialty facility for pregnant and/or parenting women & their dependent children, which can also accommodate six (6) children under the age of 10, who reside in treatment with their parent
Outreach/HIV Education and Early Prevention Services – 39 E. Jackson St, Phoenix, Arizona 85004 Phone: (602)254-6180 / Fax: (602)254-6173
No cost housing is available to consumers who have successfully completed residential treatment; but are not yet ready for transitional living. Participants are required to work, attend school, or volunteer their services as they regain their place in society.