The Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Rehabilitation Services (ADARS) of the Arizona Department of Health Services’ (AZDHS) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Division’s (SAMHSA) Arizona Children’s Association Substance Abuse Treatment Program in Tucson offers a variety of services for children and families that are affected by substance abuse and addiction. This program was founded in 1988 with the purpose of reducing substance abuse, promoting family-centered care and providing educational opportunities for those suffering from substance abuse or addiction. As an outreach program of SAMHSA, the Arizona Children’s Association Substance Abuse Treatment Program in Tucson works to promote and encourage treatment programs for children and families.
This program is designed to offer treatment, education, and prevention to those who are suffering from substance abuse or addiction. It provides a comprehensive approach to treatment including individual, group, and family-centered services. This program also provides education and support to families and children. Many of the activities, such as community-based meetings, provide an opportunity to share information about the nature of substance abuse and addiction, to seek out and offer help, to build and strengthen relationships among family members and to create resources that are needed in a given time.
If you or someone you know is an alcohol, drug addict, teen or young adult struggling with substance abuse and addiction, please contact the Arizona Children’s Association Substance Abuse Treatment Program in Tucson A.K.A. AZCASH. They offer several different services and resources that include: Individual and Group Family Therapy, Community Based Residential Treatment, Drug Education and Outreach Programs, Narcotics Anonymous Support Groups, and Individual and Group Family Therapy Referral Programs. They have a 24-hour hotline for confidential assistance with substance abuse issues, as well as information on other drug and alcohol treatment programs, treatment options, legal services and local drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs.