Substance Abuse Treatment
Phoenix, Arizona

Providing you with quality addiction treatment and a life-long recovery at an affordable cost.

Affordable Drug & Alcohol Rehab Phoenix, Arizona

When a loved one has lost their way because of addiction, it can be hard to see the road back to a normal life. For some, it feels like an impossible task and for others, the thought of living without drugs or alcohol can be unnerving. Recovery in Motion’s addiction treatment center in Phoenix, Arizona aspires to successful, long-term recoveries by offering a wide variety of treatment strategies.

The journey to recovery starts at detox for many addictions with cognitive treatment following immediately after. Treatment can take place in a residential facility or through an outpatient program.

If an addiction is accompanied by another psychological disorder, this is usually diagnosed and treated in a residential facility. We will work with you to determine your needs and then create a treatment strategy tailored especially for your highest chance of success.

Investing in treatment for an addiction is an important decision. Recovery In Motion understands this and works with most insurance companies. We can reach out to your insurance provider on your behalf in an effort to get you or your loved one quality care. If insurance is not an option we can work with you to negotiate the best self-pay rates. We stand behind our value of providing quality treatment with affordable rates.

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Addiction Rehabilitation in Phoenix

If you or a loved one is struggling with drugs or alcohol addiction please contact Recovery in Motion Treatment Center today.

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ADDICTION TREATMENT SERVICES
INTERVENTIONS

INTERVENTIONS

Recovery In Motion has trained and experienced interventionists that educate family and friends and orchestrate each step of the intervention process.

CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS

CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS

Patients with co-occurring disorders are often treated with medication while receiving evidence-based treatment.

12-Step Participation

12-Step Participation

Involvement of the 12-step fellowships is vital. Our clients participate in at least two 12-step meetings each day.

Family Participation Program

Family Participation Program

Our program consists of weekly sessions involving the client and their family to learn about addiction.

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Detox Treatment

Residential Treatment

For many people struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, loved ones recognize their need for addiction treatment before they do. Denial is a common characteristic of addiction and it’s common for loved ones to seek expert assistance to help their addicted family member. Recovery in Motion can take pressure off of loved ones by planning a respectful, goal-oriented intervention that is compassionately tailored to the needs of the family.

The first step in treatment is to gain healthy physiological functions in the addicted individual. Our substance abuse treatment facility in Phoenix, Arizona controls withdrawal symptoms in detox through medical supervision of vital signs and maintenance of discomfort levels with proven medications.

Withdrawals are fierce reactions from the brain and body to the absence of the chemical it has become dependent on. Many withdrawal symptoms can make one sick, cause permanent damage or even death. These risks are substantially minimized when experiencing withdrawals in detox.

Once the body is free of these toxins and no longer dependent on substances, cognitive therapy begins. Addiction is a mental health condition that cannot be healed through detox alone. Underlying conditions need to be identified and treated while new patterns, habits, and thought processes are built.

This is done through a variety of therapies. Our drug and Alcohol abuse treatment program in Phoenix, Arizona offers individual therapy to improve self-esteem, acknowledge that they are recovering from an addiction and how to recognize relapse triggers, help manage self-restraint from substances and much more.

Group therapy, trauma therapy, behavioral therapy, art therapy, music therapy and yoga therapy are all options at Recovery in Motion. We encourage families to participate in the program as well as offer family therapy. Our goal is to heal all aspects of an addicted individual’s life, including important relationships with loved ones.

“Recovery In Motion gave me the tools to achieve an amazing life of sobriety that I never thought was possible. I value these tools and use them every day now.”

Getting quality addiction treatment that is effective is key to achieving a life-long recovery. The professional staff at Recovery In Motion cares and can help those who are struggling. This is a chance to start a new life free of alcohol or drugs. It is an investment in your life or the life of your loved one!

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

An Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) can serve as an alternative to residential treatment for those with a moderate addiction or for graduates of a residential treatment program: a step in the transition from the safety of the treatment center to a life in recovery. A typical example of an IOP is a sober living home.

A sober living home is a structured, drug-free residential home in which those in early recovery can reside until they are comfortable enough with their conviction to stay sober that they can live in a less structured environment. One of the best benefits of an IOP is having a safe place to depend on, especially in the face of a potential relapse.

The Phoenix Arizona Alcohol and Drug Rehab especially encourages those with a prolonged history of addiction to transition to an IOP. The highest chance for relapse is in early recovery. An IOP facilitates growth into the sober community and often supports individuals’ efforts in the 12-step program. In addition, practicing newly acquired social skills and accountability in IOPs often increases one’s confidence in his or her newly budding sober lifestyle.

Outpatient Program

The ultimate goal at Recovery in Motion is to guide our patients into an independent daily life with sober support when needed. To aid our patients in their progress, we facilitate several levels of care.

Outpatient programs offer a treatment model with a high level of freedom in one’s personal life. Outpatient programs often serve as the final transition to a life in recovery from a residential treatment program.

Also, many choose this level of care to address their addiction while maintaining jobs or family obligations. Our Phoenix, Arizona Addiction Treatment Center will consult with you regarding the addiction and assess which level of care will be most effective for your long-term success.

Dual Diagnosis for Co-Occurring Disorders

Patients struggling with a substance addiction may not realize that they have another mental health disorder contributing to their addiction. These are referred to as co-occurring disorders or a dual diagnosis. In order for the patient to move forward with recovery, both disorders need to be treated.

Examples of a common dual diagnosis with addiction are depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and anxiety. Several common co-occurring disorders are related to anger issues. Many patients find that anger issues and drug abuse exacerbate each other, creating an endless cycle of self-destruction.

We recognize the importance of addressing anger issues and teach our patients techniques that help them manage this disorder. Treating co-occurring disorders in an addiction treatment facility in Phoenix, Arizona helps to educate the patient in the management of both or all co-occurring disorders to ensure the highest chance of long-term abstinence from drugs and alcohol.

At Recovery in Motion, our compassionate staff is ready to help you heal and recover. There’s no need to wait until you’ve hit rock bottom or until you’re “ready.” The nature of the addiction clouds one’s motivation to get sober