Treatment Centers in Tucson, AZ

Arizona Opioid-Involved Deaths
Rose by 76%
From 2013 to 2017
Opioid death cases consistently rose to 928 in 2017, marking a 76% increase from 2013. This signified a rate of 13.5 deaths per 100,000 people in Arizona. The national opioid death rate in 2017 was 14.6 deaths per 100,000 people.
Arizona Heron-involved Overdose Deaths
334
In 2017
Based on data by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Heroin–involved overdose deaths in Arizona increased by over 3 times from 101 cases in 2013 cases to 334 deaths in 2017
Heavy Alcohol Use in Arizona
17.2%
In 2019
According to America’s Health Rankings, 17.7% of Arizona adults reported either binge drinking (taking at least 4 [women] or more than 5 [men] drinks per occasion within the last 30 days) or chronic drinking (taking at least 8 [women] or more than 15 [men] drinks per week). This was a significant rise from 2018’s 16.7%.
Alcohol Use by High school Students
33%
In 2017
Based on a survey by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 33% of Arizona high school students reported to have taken at least one alcoholic drink on at least one day during a period of 30 days prior to the survey.

Treatment Centers in Tucson, AZ

Tucson Scenery

Tucson Scenery

With sunshine year-round, Tucson is an excellent escape during the cold winter months for tourists from the northern states. However, some residents wish for their own escape, not from bad weather, but rather from the effects of drug and alcohol abuse rampaging through Tucson, much like it does in other cities around the nation. Unfortunately, while alcohol and drug treatment centers in Tucson are available, they are often not accessed by those who are suffering the most. Hope for those seeking specialized care is available at United Recovery Project.  Located in Hollywood, Florida, we offer every patient customized treatment plans and flexible stays.

The Need for Tucson Substance Abuse Treatment Centers

KOLD local news in Tucson reported that the large heroin supply on Tucson’s streets is no secret. “Heroin is cheaper than it ever has been, and the reason for that is an enormous supply,” said Tucson police Captain John Leavitt, Commander of the Counter Narcotics Alliance. He said heroin is the most misused opioid across the country. It’s a supply that is no secret on the streets of Tucson. Leavitt said the Counter Narcotics Alliance seized three times more heroin in 2017 than the year before. In 2018, that number was multiplied by seven. “We seized four times as much as we did in 2017. So, it’s seven-fold increase in two years in the seizures we’re making,” Leavitt said. “It’s everywhere, and it’s very cheap.”

Teenage Drinking

Teenage Drinking

Sadly, heroin is not the only drug out there, and drugs are not the only problem. Tucson’s local media reports that teenage binge drinking is on the rise. “The Center for Disease Control estimates about 90 percent of all teenage alcohol consumption occurs in the form of binge drinking, which is categorized as the heavy consumption of alcohol over a period of several hours, or even several days. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, by age 18, more than 70 percent of teens have had at least one drink. Twenty percent of those began drinking by age 13.” When these statistics are affecting you or your loved ones, don’t despair. There are available and affordable rehabs in Tucson and out of state, such as United Recovery Project.

Tucson Drug & Alcohol Hotlines

Caring professionals are here to listen 24 hours a day, seven days a week on any of these hotlines.

United Recovery Helpline

(888) 528-9426

If you’re struggling with a substance use disorder, the Treatment Referral Helpline can help connect you with appropriate resources.

Poison Control

(888) 528-9426

This hotline can answer questions or address emergencies regarding medication and drug-related poisonings.

Alcohol and Drug Treatment in Tucson Cities

To find local alcohol or drug treatment in Tucson, select your city below.

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Tucson Drug Abuse

If you are struggling with drugs or alcohol, you are not alone. The state’s substance abuse statistics highlight the need for drug rehab centers in Tucson and beyond. By seeking treatment for yourself or a loved one, you can break the cycle of addiction and live free from drugs and alcohol.

Arizona Opioid-Involved Deaths
Rose by 76%
From 2013 to 2017
Opioid death cases consistently rose to 928 in 2017, marking a 76% increase from 2013. This signified a rate of 13.5 deaths per 100,000 people in Arizona. The national opioid death rate in 2017 was 14.6 deaths per 100,000 people.
Arizona Heron-involved Overdose Deaths
334
In 2017
Based on data by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Heroin–involved overdose deaths in Arizona increased by over 3 times from 101 cases in 2013 cases to 334 deaths in 2017
Heavy Alcohol Use in Arizona
17.2%
In 2019
According to America’s Health Rankings, 17.7% of Arizona adults reported either binge drinking (taking at least 4 [women] or more than 5 [men] drinks per occasion within the last 30 days) or chronic drinking (taking at least 8 [women] or more than 15 [men] drinks per week). This was a significant rise from 2018’s 16.7%.
Alcohol Use by High school Students
33%
In 2017
Based on a survey by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 33% of Arizona high school students reported to have taken at least one alcoholic drink on at least one day during a period of 30 days prior to the survey.

Looking Outside of Drug Rehabs in Tucson

Creating a custom treatment plan

Creating a custom treatment plan

Drug treatment centers in Tucson and elsewhere can help you or your loved one leave a life of drug and alcohol abuse in the past. Many people who have been in your shoes have sought help, experienced complete recovery, and now want to help others get back on their feet. United Recovery Project was actually started by someone who felt like regular rehab programs couldn’t help him. By creating United Recovery Project, CEO and founder, Bryan Alzate, started a treatment center that truly understands what people are going through and creates customized treatment plans for them. When you find that drug rehab centers in Tucson, AZ don’t offer the treatment you need, consider traveling to Florida to attend URP’s luxury drug and alcohol rehab center.

A change of scenery will help kickstart an open mind and a new beginning. You won’t have to worry about dealing with potential relapse triggers from the familiar sights and sounds of your hometown or running into anyone who will judge you for your past. Studies show that looking outside your home state for drug rehab centers can boost addiction recovery. United Recovery Project offers the following programs, customized to fit your individual needs:

  • 5-7 Day Detox
  • Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Program
  • Outpatient Program
  • Sober Living Homes
  • Alumni Program

How to Begin

Female Villas at United Recovery Project

Female Villas at United Recovery Project

In order to know what to expect during your stay at URP, take an online facility tour, and get an inside look at our residential and sober living homes. Whether you find drug recovery in Tucson or Hollywood, Florida, we want you to succeed. Think about the type of program that will help you the most and then contact one of our wonderful treatment consultants for more information. We’ll even help arrange your travel itinerary to ensure your safe arrival. We know that United Recovery Project’s evidence-based treatment plans can help you heal physically and emotionally from the pain you’re currently experiencing and are confident that our programs will set you up for a life of value and success.

Resources and References:

https://unitedrecoveryproject.com/

https://www.kold.com/2019/06/14/video-no-secret-large-heroin-supply-tucsons-streets/

https://www.cnaaz.org

https://www.tucsonlocalmedia.com/news/article_80b7a2d0-c84f-11e0-971b-001cc4c03286.html

https://unitedrecoveryproject.com/how-looking-outside-your-home-state-for-drug-rehab-centers-can-boost-addiction-recovery/

https://unitedrecoveryproject.com/facility-tour/

https://unitedrecoveryproject.com/contact-us/

States

  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • Arizona
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Montana
  • Nebraska
  • Nevada
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • Oregon
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Virginia
  • Washington
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

Tucson Drug & Alcohol Hotlines

Caring professionals are here to listen 24 hours a day, seven days a week on any of these hotlines.

United Recovery Helpline

(888) 528-9426

If you’re struggling with a substance use disorder, the Treatment Referral Helpline can help connect you with appropriate resources.

Poison Control

(888) 528-9426

This hotline can answer questions or address emergencies regarding medication and drug-related poisonings.

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