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Hedrick House Inc Tucson AZ 85719

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Hedrick House Inc, a full service residential real estate brokerage firm in the state of Arizona, offers residential and vacation...
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Haven Inc Tucson AZ 85719

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Haven Inc was founded by Bill Haven, who decided to purchase a dilapidated old house in the middle of the...
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Passport To Recovery LLC Tucson AZ 85718

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A very unfortunate series of events has left a former Air Force guard and father of two struggling to pay...
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Recovery in Motion Tucson AZ 85716

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Inner Balance is a 12 step program founded by Dr. Lloyd Parks in Tucson, Arizona. The name is derived from...
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Tucson Alcoholic Recovery Home Tucson AZ 85713

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In Tucson, there are many different alcohol rehabilitation and treatment centers. The Department of Alcoholic Studies and Addiction Services is...
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Haven Tucson AZ 85719

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Haven Sober Living is a transition house that offers both, traditional and transitional living. The residents are provided with rooms...
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Joshua House Tucson AZ 85705

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There is a unique, transitional living home for seniors in Tucson, AZ that you might choose to move into if...
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Burning Tree West Tucson AZ 85716

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If you need a place to live but you don't want to end up in a halfway house or a...
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Old Pueblo Community Services and Casa Santa Clara & Oasis House for Women Tucson AZ 85711

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The Old Pueblo Community Services and Casa Santa Clara & Oasis House for Women offer a long list of services...
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Cedar and sage House llc Tucson AZ 85711

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Sober Living in Tucson Arizona is available for residents who desire a slower pace of living, away from the fast-paced,...
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In Balance Transitional Living Tucson AZ 85712

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The transitional living homes in Tucson that are managed by the non-profit organization In Balance provide a very unique and...
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Behavioral Systems Southwest Tucson AZ 85706

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The philosophy behind the Behavior Systems is to provide an environment that provides choices in a person's life, this is...
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Believe Recovery Services Tucson AZ 85710

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Believe Recovery Services has helped thousands of people, especially those in a transitional phase of their life, go on to...
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TLC Tucson AZ 85705

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When it comes to TLC Sober Living in Tucson, you can be sure that you'll always be surrounded by the...
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Galivan’s House LLC Tucson AZ 85730

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The Galivan's House LLC is a transition house for those who are leaving alcohol or drug addiction. This sober living...
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There are various treatments for addiction, which are proving successful, and many of them work. However, these treatments can be expensive, so in most cases a person with an addiction to drugs or alcohol will need to take multiple forms of medication before they find their way to recovery. There are several different types of drug and alcohol addiction treatment available, and they each have their own strengths and weaknesses. If you know someone who has an addiction to drugs or alcohol, it is important to know which treatment they may need to overcome their problem. The most common addiction treatments include residential treatment and outpatient treatment. Residential rehab is typically used for people who have multiple addictions and cannot attend outpatient programs because of their financial situation or other commitments. Residential treatment centers often provide individual and group therapy, as well as medical and dental care. The goal of residential treatment is to get the addict to a point where he or she no longer needs to depend on drugs and alcohol. Residential rehab also provides detoxification from the drugs and alcohol in addition to help with behavioral and cognitive restructuring. Outpatient programs are usually used for people who are recovering from an addiction to drugs and alcohol who do not have the means to commit to residential treatment. Outpatient programs usually include inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment, as well as outpatient support. The first treatment you may find when you are looking for a treatment center for someone with an addiction to drugs or alcohol is inpatient treatment. Inpatient rehab is used by people who have physical ailments and are unable to leave their homes to go to outpatient programs. Inpatient programs can sometimes provide drug and alcohol rehabilitation as part of a holistic approach to treatment, but sometimes they do not offer such treatment. When choosing an inpatient rehab facility, it is important to consider the types of medications that are required by the program. Some treatments such as Narcotics Anonymous do require the use of medications like Methadone to help patients stay sober while they are undergoing the program.