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05 Mar Addiction and Drug Statistics for Arizona Drug & Alcohol Treatment 24/7 Hotline 888-91-REHAB

Addiction and Drug Statistics for Arizona •38% of all Arizona meth users are between the ages of 31 and 40. •42% of all Arizona cocaine users smoke it in crack form and are between the ages of 31 and 40. •43% of all Arizona heroin users are between the ages of 36 and 45. •46% of all Arizona marijuana users are between the ages of 21 and 30. •77% of all the individuals who abuse alcohol are male while 75% of all the ones who abuse alcohol and a secondary substance with it (cocaine, heroin, marijuana, meth, etc.) are male. •One of the most tragic figures goes back 5 years to 2006 when there were roughly 134,000 individuals suffering with drug addiction or dependency issues and yet only 8,000 or •6% of them received professional help from an Arizona drug rehab facility. •Phoenix and Tucson are used by cartels as a shipping point for cocaine throughout the United States. Heroin, marijuana, and methamphetamine are also brought from Mexico into Arizona to be redistributed. Oxycodone and hydrocodone continue to be a problem within Arizona. High school students are beginning to turn to heroin when they cannot acquire oxycontin. •Arizona has enacted a drugged driving law in which people can be tested for any controlled substance while operating a motor vehicle. •Every day the police will be making about 80 driving under the influence arrests and 100 drug arrests throughout the state. •Every month the state of Arizona will lose about 140 residents to alcohol related death and 30 to illegal drug overdose. Arizona Addiction Recovery Experts Treating Drug & Alcohol Addiction Once an addicted individual admits to having a problem, it is time to find an Arizona addiction rehab facility that will effectively address the addiction as well as any psychological issues that may be at the root of their dependency. Addiction Recovery Group offers a holistic, clinically driven approach to drug rehabilitation that addresses the mind, body and spirit. Our program is based on proven and evidence-based substance abuse modalities that are vital to long term addiction recovery. We provide a continuum of care customized for each individual that is based solely on their progress and appropriate to their needs. We provide assessments at no charge. After a thorough bio-psycho-social assessment is completed, we determine if a client is appropriate for our facility. Once a client is deemed suitable, detox services are offered with a separate local licensed medical detox facility, if necessary. Once medically stable, the client will be brought into the residential treatment program. The wide range of services we offer are provided under a set, all inclusive fee. Our program includes Residential, Aftercare, Alumni Services, and a Lifetime Contract . There is a way out of Addiction. Recovery is possible. Addiction can be overcome and lives can be healed. At Addiction Recovery Group, we provide a safe environment free from distractions and conducive to healing that plays a key role in the effectiveness and success in treatment. We are committed to protecting the privacy of our clients and operate our facilities in strict compliance with federal HIPPA laws. We have located our private facilities in secluded areas significantly reducing distractions while capturing the power and serenity of some of the most beautiful scenery Mother Nature has to offer. Separate Campuses For Men and Women Our secluded women’s campus (ARG for Women) is located on a beautiful wooded ranch property tucked away at the base of the Wasatch Mountains in Fairview, UT.Our men’s campus (ARG at Zion Park) is also secluded with a richly appointed Mediterranean-style villa nestled on 70 acres of cottonwood trees and red rock near the banks of the Virgin River at the mouth of Zion Canyon in Rockville, UT.Addiction Recovery Group provides drug and alcohol rehab for the state of Arizona. Call us today at 888.91.REHAB Arizona Addiction Recovery Group

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