Banner – University Medical Center Tucson is a non-profit, nonprofit, outpatient, 4-campus, hospital based teaching hospital located within the University of Phoenix, on the campus of Arizona University in Tempe, Arizona. The Hospital is dedicated to providing comprehensive care for all patients, including patients with various conditions, disabilities, diseases, disorders, and injury. The Hospital serves people from all over the world and provides state-of-the-art facilities to meet the high standards and expectations of patients and their families.
The Center has a 12-bed alcohol treatment program designed for individuals who have a history of substance abuse and are not ready to attend an inpatient rehab program. The treatment program can be self-help or attended by family and friends. The program can also be tailored for children, adolescents, parents, spouses, and families with a drug problem. The Center also offers inpatient services and a residential addiction treatment facility. It also has outpatient clinics that provide individual counseling and treatment.
The Substance Abuse Treatment Programs are designed to meet the unique needs of patients. They are designed for individuals who are experiencing the physical and emotional effects of substance abuse. They also offer services such as: Individual, group, family, couples’ therapy, family therapy, and group therapy. They offer a variety of services to meet the needs of patients, such as drug detoxification, individual and group counseling, relapse prevention and intervention, relapse management and treatment and educational and training resources. The Substance Abuse Treatment Program offers a variety of treatment programs, including: The Drug Assessor Certification (DAC) and the Self-Diagnostic Assessment and Self-Referral (SDAR).