The Maricopa Adult Resource in Phoenix AZ offers treatment options for adults seeking recovery from substance abuse. The Treatment Center specializes in treating alcohol and substance use disorders. “The Treatment Center for Alcoholism and Drug Dependence was founded in 1997 to provide treatment services for adults who suffer from alcohol and drug abuse. The treatment center is committed to providing high quality substance abuse treatment and recovery to all of our patients. We are a specialty treatment center that focuses on the unique needs of adults suffering from substance use disorders.
“The Treatment Center for Alcoholism and Drug Dependence is an outpatient facility that provides personalized substance abuse treatment. The treatment at the center addresses the psychological and emotional aspects of substance abuse including family dysfunction, family conflict, work conflict and social relationships. A primary focus of the center is working with the client and their family and helping them find effective solutions to help them live an addiction-free life. Our addiction treatment incorporates a multidisciplinary approach including health care professionals, counselors, psychologists, social workers, addiction educators and support staff. Our treatment programs are designed to meet the needs of every client by addressing issues such as: family dysfunction, work conflicts, depression, stress, anxiety, self esteem, relationships, work-related stress, life coaching, career development, financial stability, work related stress, work related problems, physical illness, social isolation, and social relationships.
“The Treatment Center for Alcoholism and Drug Dependence is an outpatient treatment center. Our treatment center is a fully licensed treatment center. The treatment center is accredited by the Arizona Board of Pharmacy. We have an experienced team consisting of professionally trained therapists and certified physicians. Our program has been clinically tested for effectiveness and has been approved by The National Council on Alcoholism and Narcotics.”