Find the best heroin addiction treatment center in Arizona at Seven Arrows Recovery.
Do you or your loved one use heroin? If so, there’s a good chance you’ve developed the symptoms of a condition called opioid use disorder (OUD). That’s true because regular use of the drug can easily lead to addiction or other serious problems. You can overcome OUD by enrolling in an Arizona heroin rehab center. The right treatment center for you might be local to your area. However, you may also need to travel a bit to find a truly suitable option.
Looking for a residential Arizona heroin rehab program that fulfills your treatment needs? Turn to Seven Arrows Recovery. We offer modern, holistic residential services in a one-of-a-kind natural setting. Combined with customized treatment, this relaxing environment helps you reach your goals of quitting heroin and staying heroin-free.
Contact our admissions team today to learn more about our addiction treatment services in Arizona.
Heroin is made from another opioid called morphine. When you take it, it travels to your brain and turns back into morphine.
When your brain and spinal cord slow down, your heart rate and breathing rate start to fall. If this drop-off in your breathing and heart function goes too far, you can overdose.
What about the impact of euphoria? This state can make all other forms of pleasure look tame by comparison. Once you feel it, you may decide that you want to keep on feeling it. In fact, this series of events explains why most people start taking heroin repeatedly. It is this repeated pattern of use that leaves you vulnerable to OUD. Unfortunately, you can develop this condition faster than you develop many other substance problems.
For more information on heroin, overdose, and OUD, consult the professionals at Seven Arrows today.
The typical person who starts their recovery in residential Arizona heroin rehab has severe OUD. You meet the criteria for a severe diagnosis if you have at least six symptoms of this disorder. With that many symptoms affecting you at once, you likely need 24/7 support to safeguard your health and well-being. You also need more overall time in treatment than someone with less severe OUD. This extra treatment time helps ensure that you have ample time to recover.
Seven Arrows Recovery is a Tucson inpatient drug rehab that can help you or a loved one overcome addiction.
You may also receive a recommendation for heroin rehab in Phoenix, Arizona, for other reasons. The same holds true for heroin rehab in Scottsdale, Arizona, or any other community. Specific issues that may be a factor for you or your loved one include:
Talk to us today to find out more about the reasons you may need our residential heroin rehab center in Arizona.
Come heal in the Arizona Desert at Seven Arrows Recovery. Treatment is based on evidence based modalities, holistic principles and ancient healing traditions. We’ll help you to rebuild and restore your true spirit and authentic self, one day at a time.
There are two basic kinds of heroin rehab services. The main tool for effective recovery is evidence-based treatment backed by extensive research. At Seven Arrows, we feature multiple forms of evidence-based care, including:
We also feature holistic recovery services that complement evidence-based care. Our holistic programs include such things as:
In addition, we offer unique holistic options based on the practices of Arizona’s indigenous peoples. Contact us today for more details on our unique, multi-level treatment approach to Arizona heroin rehab.
Seven Arrows’ home base is in Elfrida, AZ, at 2491 W. Jefferson Rd. If you’re traveling to our heroin rehab from Phoenix, Arizona your roughly 237-mile drive will take you from:
If you’re traveling to our heroin rehab from Scottsdale, Arizona, your route is almost identical to the Phoenix route. However, since Scottsdale is a bit closer to us, the travel distance is 228 miles. The same route will also help you reach us from any other community in greater Phoenix/Scottsdale. You can also follow the latter part of that route from Tucson, which is roughly 114 miles from Seven Arrows.
In addition, you can reach us by air and take advantage of our airport pickup and return services. Talk to our helpful staff to find out more.
Looking for Arizona heroin rehab that’s a cut above? Turn to the specialists at Seven Arrows Recovery. We feature a unique array of treatments that help support effective residential recovery. And we provide those treatments in natural surroundings and luxury facilities that help enhance your rehab experience. To find out more about our distinctive blend of recovery approaches, just contact us today. We also offer tours that give you first-hand experience of our desert facility’s exceptional environment.
Get in touch with the caring team at Seven Arrows Recovery today and find out how we can help you have a life changing experience at our drug & alcohol rehab in Arizona.
Lindsay Rothschild is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Substance Abuse Professional with a passion for assisting others in activating their own inner healing intelligence. She completed her Master’s Degree in Social Work at Arizona State University in 2011 and went on to study various ancient wisdom traditions for healing. Her training as a Clinical Trauma Professional and over a decade of experience working with trauma survivors has afforded her a rich understanding of the powerful impact of trauma on the mind, body and soul.Lindsay studied holistic nutrition and trauma informed yoga at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts. Lindsay is certified in the Trauma-Conscious Yoga Method™ and is also a registered yoga teacher. She most recently completed training in Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP). Lindsay partners with the Arizona Trauma Institute to facilitate trainings for mental health professionals and educators in the community in an effort to promote awareness around Trauma Informed Care. Lindsay is also the owner of Roots to Rise, PLLC where she provides somatic psychotherapy, EMDR therapy, supervision, trauma informed yoga, and substance abuse professional services. Lindsay describes herself as having a wild and free spirit, an open heart and a belief that all humans have the capacity for transformation and growth.