Drug Rehab Phoenix
- Parent Category: Metro
- Category: Phoenix Drug Rehab
In Phoenix where the total population as of 2006 was 1,512,986 persons, 2.0% of those persons are American Indians and Alaska Native. The culture of these people is one of great historical value to them and their heritage is a major part of their lives. Both of these tribes share some of the same values, health problems, and even addiction problems. The Phoenix Area Alcoholism/ Substance Abuse Program (A/SAP) based in Phoenix is designed to help these individuals at an early age to prevent at least one of these problems. Narconon Arrowhead is a long term drug rehabilitation program that offers 24 hours a day care and has been helping fight the war on addiction by delivering drug education lectures since 2000.
Drug abuse impacts the lives of American Indians and Alaska Native youths everyday. It affects every aspect of their lives causing feelings of frustration, emotional suffering, hopelessness and wounding of the spirit. These are things that all of us face when addiction strikes its ugly head. Untreated substance abuse results in social and financial burdens on our communities due to related injury, illness, crime, loss of productivity and even in severe cases death. A/SAP is a program dedicated 100% to helping American Indians and Alaska Natives to overcome these issues and live a happier, healthier life.
Drug addiction is something that everyone of every race, creed and color is faced with today. Why, because addiction has no rules, no discrimination and no barriers. It only has the false hope it brings to those who are lost, the misery it brings to families and the problems it brings to every women, man and child that has ever had to look it in the face. Addiction is a growing problem not only in Phoenix but in every city in America and it needs to be stopped. Drug rehabs are set up all across the nation to help those in need and with so many to choose from it can be hard to decide which one is best for you or your loved one.
There are many types of drug rehab to choose from such as inpatient drug rehab, outpatient drug rehab, long term rehab, short term rehab, detoxification, and several kinds of meeting. Some of these models of treatment will substitute one drug for another while others will leave you walking out the door drug free completely. Any effective program will have a follow up program for the individual to make sure that they are achieving success. The goal: a healthy drug free member of society, who can function and produce on a daily basis without drugs or alcohol.