Our Arizona Drug Rehab Centers

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Scottsdale, AZ

Our beautiful and spacious drug rehab in Scottsdale is where many of our programming, therapy, and treatment takes place. Learn about our central location in Scottsdale here. 

McDowell Mountain Scottsdale, AZ

Our beautiful residential facility in Scottsdale offers large living areas, comfortable spacious rooms, a pool, and beautiful views.

Phoenix Drug Rehab Center

Our Phoenix, AZ recovery center offers personalized, evidence-based addiction programs that empower individuals to thrive in their journey towards long-lasting recovery

drug and alcohol rehab programs in arizona

At Cornerstone Healing Center, each client gets access to the support they need to recover from addiction. We acknowledge each client’s unique condition and conduct a comprehensive assessment to determine what type of rehab program will best address their needs. Cornerstone has the tools and capacity to provide just what you need to recover from substance abuse. Our professionals collaborate with clients to formulate an individualized treatment program that concurrently fulfills all their psychological and physiological needs. 


Typical Stay: 2 weeks to 30 days



Typical Stay: 4 to 8 Weeks

We accept most insurances



Addiction has the power to completely derail your life and rob you of an enjoyable future. But that doesn’t have to be a permanent reality if help is sought early enough – with the right medical support, those struggling can break free from addiction and start rebuilding their lives for success! 

Don’t let substance abuse take control – seek professional aid now and reclaim what you’ve lost to addiction. Early intervention is essential if you or someone you love has been struggling with addiction. 

As withdrawal from certain drugs can lead to dangerous side effects, you need medication or clinical care to detox comfortably. Addiction or substance abuse causes severe health problems and shortens your life expectancy. Many people with substance abuse problems do not seek help because they feel hopeless. However, you must know that you have a life worth living, and it’s never too late to start over. Seeking treatment for your addiction is the first step toward living a healthier and happier life.

Arizona's Rise in Substance Abuse

The state of Arizona has been grappling with a pervasive substance abuse problem that continues to impact the well-being of its residents. The surge in drug use, particularly involving opioids and methamphetamines, has led to a significant increase in overdose deaths, emergency room visits, and addiction-related health complications.

This crisis has placed immense strain on Arizona’s healthcare system, public safety agencies, and social services. Additionally, it has inflicted immeasurable emotional and economic burdens on individuals, families, and communities across the state.

Addressing this pressing issue necessitates a collective effort, including government agencies, healthcare providers, non-profit organizations, and local communities. By working together to expand access to effective prevention, intervention, and treatment services, Arizona can curb the escalating addiction crisis and help its residents reclaim healthy, fulfilling lives.

Finding the Right Help In Arizona

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has registered nearly 400 drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers in the state of Arizona. 

This diverse network of facilities provides essential support to individuals struggling with addiction, offering a lifeline toward recovery and healthier living. 

Access to these vital resources is crucial, as it enables people to receive evidence-based treatments, therapy, and counseling services designed to address their specific needs.

 Furthermore, the availability of such comprehensive care contributes to the overall well-being of communities and helps reduce the societal impact of substance abuse. By offering timely intervention and professional support, these rehab centers play a pivotal role in helping people reclaim control over their lives and build a foundation for lasting recovery.

Arizona Overdose Statistics

Opioid Overdose Deaths Among Arizona Residents (Data from Death Certificates) Trends from 2017 to 2021:

According to a report by the Arizona Department of Health Services, between 2017 and 2021, the total number of opioid overdose deaths among Arizona residents increased by a significant 120%.

Deaths involving prescription or synthetic drugs, as well as those caused by using multiple substances, also saw an increase of 75% during the same time period.

However, from 2020 to 2021, the rise in total opioid deaths was much smaller at just 6%. Interestingly, the number of deaths related to heroin use actually decreased by 49% from 2017 to 2021.

The decrease in heroin deaths is directly related to the increase in use of synthetic opioids such as fentanyl. The majority of opioid overdose deaths (93%) were labeled accidental.

Arizona Overdose Data Among Males and Females

The percentage and rate of opioid overdose deaths were higher among men than women. Specifically, 72% of these deaths occurred in men, with a rate of 39 deaths per 100,000 people.

In comparison, 28% of opioid overdose deaths happened among women, with a lower rate of 15 deaths per 100,000 people.

 Arizona Overdose Data Among Ethnicity 

While more than half of opioid overdose deaths happened to white people and about a third to Hispanic or Latino people, the highest rate of these deaths was seen among Black or African American individuals, followed by Hispanic or Latino, and caucasians. This report highlights the dangerous trends and the impact that the opioid and drug epidemic are having on people from all walks of life.

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