Center for Behavioral Health Tucson

2437 North Stone Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85705

Tucson, Arizona
520-624-0250

About Center for Behavioral Health Tucson

Center for Behavioral Health Tucson provides outpatient medication-assisted treatment for men and women seeking addiction recovery in the Tucson, Arizona area. They specialize in opioid addiction treatment.

Center for Behavioral Health Tucson provides FDA-approved medications in combination with mental health counseling. The medications help reduce withdrawal symptoms, decrease the likelihood of relapse, and curb cravings. Mental health counseling helps individuals identify and overcome triggers while learning new recovery and life skills to manage stress. Relapse-prevention programming is also provided. Clients may meet with their mental health counselor individually or within a group setting. Center for Behavioral Health Tucson accepts most major medical insurance plans, including Medicaid. Prospective clients are encouraged to reach out to learn more about their services.

Addiction Treatment Programs

Adult Program Alcoholism Men's Rehab Opioid Treatment Women's Rehab Teen & Adolescent Program

Adult Program

A rehab adult program in Arizona provides treatment for addiction. Adults (age 18+) participate in various therapies that are designed to break the cycle of substance abuse and teach new coping skills so the individual can maintain a healthy, sober lifestyle.

Alcoholism

If you’re struggling with alcohol use disorder, alcohol rehab in Arizona can help. Many treatment options are available to help individuals recover and take steps to create a healthy and fulfilling life. Programs include long-term, short-term, inpatient, and outpatient alcohol rehab.

Men's Rehab

Men and women often respond differently to addiction and addiction treatment. Men’s rehab in Arizona addresses these differences to provide the most effective recovery treatment for men.

Opioid Treatment

Individuals who attend opioid rehab in Arizona are provided a safe and comfortable environment where they can focus on sobriety. The goal of treatment is to address issues that drive dependence and help individuals learn how to live independently from opioid use.

Women's Rehab

Women’s experiences with addiction can differ greatly from men’s. Women’s rehab in Arizona addresses these differences and provides gender-specific treatment targeted to meet women’s needs.

Teen & Adolescent Program

When individuals choose a young adult program in Arizona, they receive multidisciplinary care that addresses all aspects of their lives. Treatment focuses on physical, social, educational, and emotional needs, encompassing both addiction and dual diagnosis treatment.

Levels of Care

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Detox & MAT

Drug rehab in Arizona typically begins with detox, which is the process of ridding your body of addictive subs...tances. Medical professionals will customize your detoxification and create a recovery plan that fits you best.
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Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient rehab in Arizona often serves as a transition from inpatient treatment to aftercare programs. It is... suitable for those who are coping well in recovery but still need a high level of accountability from counselors and peers.
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Dual Diagnosis & Mental Health

If you are struggling with both addiction and mental illness, you need Arizona dual diagnosis treatment. Becau...se one condition can aggravate the other, this integrated method treats both at the same time, for better recovery results.
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Accreditations

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Insurance

tricare icon TRICARE

Administered by the Department of Defense, TRICARE offers comprehensive military health insurance plans for ac...tive and retired military members and their families. Similar to PPO programs offered by private insurance companies, TRICARE covers multiple levels of care for addiction treatment, including detox, inpatient rehab, and outpatient services.
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self-pay icon Self-Pay Options

Using self-pay methods to cover the cost of alcohol and drug rehab in Alaska can include options like paying i...n cash, taking out a personal loan, or using funds from a medical loan. The fee structures differ, depending on the levels of care.
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2437 North Stone Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85705

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