Substance Abuse Treatments

If you or a loved one are struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, help is available at Pinnacle Peak Recovery’s substance abuse treatment center. Drugs and alcohol are difficult to recover from. That is why highly trained, compassionate professionals are available to help you get back to the life you deserve.

If you or a loved one are struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, help is available at Pinnacle Peak Recovery’s substance abuse treatment center. Drugs and alcohol are difficult to recover from. That is why highly trained, compassionate professionals are available to help you get back to the life you deserve.

Addiction Definition

Why is a substance abuse treatment center necessary?

It is difficult to overcome addiction from drugs or alcohol alone. Simply having the willpower to change is often not enough to get better, but the desire to get help is the first step to recover from substance addiction.

Overcoming addiction involves more than deciding to simply give up drugs or drinking. Even after the substances have been cleaned from the body physically, mental aspects still remain that can cause a person to go back to using. Substance abuse treatment helps you take a deeper look into what mental and emotional factors may push you back to using drugs or alcohol. Drug rehab can allow you to overcome those non-physical obstacles to prevent you from having the desire to go back to those previous self-destructive ways.

What kinds of treatment programs are available?

Not all forms of abuse are the same. Therefore, no singular form of treatment can help every person recover from addiction. There are many treatment programs designed to help people with specific types of issues. Pinnacle Peak Recovery in Arizona has professionals on staff that can help determine which treatment program is right for you or your loved one.

Inpatient or outpatient treatment

Understanding the difference between inpatient and outpatient care is an important part of determining which treatment method will be best for your situation. There are benefits to both when it comes to getting treatment, so you or your loved one will need to consult with a specialist to determine which one will best help you on your journey to getting clean.

For those with a long history of substance abuse, an inpatient treatment program is usually the best option. The patient lives at the treatment facility and has a structured schedule that devotes the whole day to treatment and recovery. Inpatient programs also allow the patient to get away from any triggers that can occur in their home or workplace, allowing them to focus all their energy on recovery.

Individuals that benefit from outpatient treatment are those that typically don’t need as much structure while still living at home or in a sober living facility. In many cases, a person that starts in an inpatient facility will move on to outpatient care as they improve.

Are there specific therapies available for specific drugs? 

At Pinnacle Peak Recovery, there are several programs that cover various substance abuse types. Below are some programs available to individuals.

Alcohol Rehab. The first step in treating alcohol dependency is usually for the individual to go through a medical detox. This will allow the patient to safely stop drinking. When stable, they can move on to treatment in an inpatient or outpatient program.

Benzodiazepine Rehab. The first step to treatment is detoxification. After that, the underlying reasons for use (such as trauma or depression) will be addressed. A holistic, whole-body approach is often used in combination with psychotherapy.

Cocaine Rehab. There are many therapy methods to help people recover from cocaine addiction. Some of these include individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, and behavioral therapy. One or more of these programs will be recommended by a professional during the consultation process.

Codeine Rehab. Treatment focuses on identifying the root of the issue or what prompted the use. Then, developing coping skills helps to avoid relapse in the future. We also incorporate healthy activities, such as exercise and meditation, to form new habits.

Crack Cocaine Rehab. Crack cocaine is a chemically modified version of the cocaine drug that can be smoked. This crack is highly addictive and affects the central nervous system. Fortunately, there are various crack cocaine rehab programs that include detox, inpatient, and outpatient treatments to heal the mind, body, and spirit.

DXM Rehab. DMX, or dextromethorphan, is an opioid derivative found in many over-the-counter medications. It is usually used for colds and coughs but has the potential to become addictive. Prescription drug treatment programs are the best course of action for recovery.

Ecstasy Rehab. Ecstasy is a common drug that can be addictive. Users experience a euphoric high after taking the drug, but there are many side effects and long-term issues that are caused by the drug. Individuals seeking to beat their addiction to ecstasy can visit a rehab center that specializes in this specific type of recovery for treatment.

Flakka Rehab. Also known as gravel, this synthetic stimulant could be even more dangerous than meth. It causes erratic, aggressive behavior, which has caused it to become widely publicized. Detox followed by rehab and therapy is the best solution.

Hallucinogens Rehab. Some drugs that can change the way you perceive reality are known as hallucinogens. Users can suffer both long-term and short-term effects. Medications aren’t typically used to treat addiction to these types of drugs; behavioral and cognitive therapies are usually the most effective. A specialist can determine the best treatment route for each individual.

Heroin Rehab. When an individual is addicted to heroin, they generally can’t go even a single day without it. To get off of heroin, many people need to use medication to help with detox. This is why medically-supervised detoxification is recommended for rehabilitation for heroin addictions. In addition, people in recovery need to receive therapy to develop the skills necessary to cope with and overcome their addiction.

Ketamine Rehab. An anesthetic sometimes used during surgery known to cause hallucinations. It is used recreationally for out-of-body experiences. Without a prescription and a doctor's supervision, even small doses can lead to life-threatening overdoses.

Krokodil Rehab. Also known as desomorphine, a narcotic, and a derivative of morphine. It is made with codeine and harsh chemicals such as paint thinner and hydraulic acid. This drug is highly addictive, like heroin, and requires an addiction treatment program for recovery.

Marijuana Rehab. It is commonly believed marijuana is not an addictive drug; however, this is far from the truth. Marijuana is one of the most popular and easily available drugs; many states have legalized marijuana recreationally. This availability often results in more people developing problems with addiction. Fortunately, people can seek out several treatments, including medication, counseling, and therapy, to help them break free from their addiction.

Methamphetamine Rehab. Meth is a dangerous, deadly, and addictive drug. People that are addicted and want to recover from their meth use can seek treatment through either inpatient, outpatient, or partial hospitalization care. Individuals can also attend therapy sessions to help them cope with the mental aspects of meth addiction.

Morphine Rehab. This painkiller is typically prescribed but can easily turn into an addiction. When taken in large doses or with alcohol, this drug turns deadly. This should be handled with a supervised detox and treatment program.

Opioid Rehab. Opioids are among the most used drugs and the cause of the opioid crisis. It is a class of drugs including hydrocodone, oxycodone, codeine, morphine, and fentanyl. Often used to treat short-term, intense pain, these drugs can form an addiction. Treatment includes evidence-based therapies and medications to reduce symptoms.

Opium Rehab. A very addictive narcotic, opium comes from a naturally occurring poppy seed pods, usually in central Asia. Our treatment includes therapy, residential rehab, outpatient programs, and relapse prevention.

Prescription Drug Rehab. Almost anyone can become addicted to prescription drugs. It is also one of the most challenging addictions to recognize because people often begin taking the pills as prescribed by their physician but eventually form an unhealthy dependency. The best way to recover from addiction to prescription drugs is through a rehab program that includes detox, inpatient, outpatient, and aftercare treatment.

Synthetic Marijuana Rehab. Those suffering from addiction to synthetic cannabis can benefit from various holistic treatments. Exercise, meditation, yoga, Tai Chi, and even equine therapy are effective treatments for those seeking to overcome their addiction to synthetic marijuana.

what to look for in addiction treatment centers

What should I look for in a substance abuse treatment center?

When you’ve made the courageous decision to get help, the next step is finding a high-quality treatment center that meets all your needs. Unfortunately, not all rehab programs are effective, and some may not even help at all, but prefer to keep you at their center as long as your insurance continues to pay. Although this can sound discouraging, it is possible to determine whether a facility will help you by asking yourself, the staff, and possibly past patients a few questions.

The following types of questions may guide your search when choosing a rehab facility:

  • Does the center use evidence-based practices?
  • These are programs such as individual counseling, experiential therapy, and holistic therapies available?
  • Will my treatment be customized for my situation and background?
  • Does the facility specialize in what I need (older adult treatment, heroin detox, etc.)?
  • What is the success rate of the rehab program?
  • Will my insurance cover my treatment?
  • Where is the center located?
  • Should I travel for treatment?

Every individual that struggles with substance abuse and addiction is different, and their treatment should be customized to meet their current needs, goals, and interests. Our experts specialize in helping you determine what type of treatment program best suits your needs. With specialized care and the resources to help all kinds of addiction, we can provide you with the best holistic care available in Arizona.

From rehab programs to drug addiction therapy to holistic approaches, Pinnacle Peak Recovery has the solution to best suit almost any issues that a patient might be facing. Our staff and therapists care about helping patients overcome their addictions and putting their struggles behind them in a safe and comfortable environment.

What are the success rates of substance abuse treatment programs?

There is no specific way to measure the success of rehab centers. Results are typically measured through internal studies, interviews with patients, numbers of people that complete rehab programs, and rates of sobriety. Those suffering from addiction require ongoing care beyond their initial treatment to prevent relapses.

One misconception about recovery is that a relapse means that treatment has failed. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 40 to 60% of drug addiction patients experience a relapse during their lifetime. A relapse may be a bump in the road, but it doesn’t mean treatment has not succeeded. Ongoing care is the true key to overcoming addiction.

Where can I get substance abuse treatment near me in Arizona?

Located near Phoenix, Arizona, Pinnacle Peak Recovery is a luxury rehab facility in Scottsdale that specializes in evidence-based treatment. We offer an accredited, holistic treatment that is comprehensive, safe, supportive, and confidential. We are committed to helping you succeed on your road to recovery and during the process of overcoming substance abuse addiction.

Make today the first day of your recovery

We understand the struggles that you or your loved one is facing due to drug or alcohol addiction. Recovering from addiction is possible, and our evidence-based programs can help you get back to the life you deserve.

No matter what type of substance you are struggling with, our caring staff is here to help you. Contact us to learn more about our programs or call us today at 866-954-0524 for immediate and personalized help.