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Drug Rehabilitation in Scottsdale

Help for People Struggling with Drug Addiction & Substance Abuse in Scottsdale

You can’t afford to wait any longer.

Don’t wait until this addiction gets any worse. It is scary to admit to a drug problem, but not doing so is deadly. Acknowledging the hard truth and pursuing treatment is always the right thing to do, no matter the nature or degree of addiction, or how difficult it may be to face the truth. Our team at Acceptance Recovery Center is prepared to guide you through it and help you or your loved one start fresh.

No one is too addicted to change, and now is the time to get help. Call (844) 336-2250 today and begin fighting for a new life for yourself or someone you love.

Don’t Let Fear or Denial Rob You of Life-Saving Treatment

It can be hard to know for sure if someone is using drugs or admit that your own drug use is hurting you, but there are a few signals that indicate a serious problem. You must act as soon as possible if you see any of these signals in yourself or your loved one:

  • Disinterest in once-loved hobbies and pastimes
  • Difficulty focusing and performing well in school and at work
  • Apparent lethargy and disinterest in work, school, social gatherings, and other normal activities of life
  • Disheveled appearance and lack of proper grooming
  • Wearing dirty, wrinkled, torn, or otherwise inappropriate clothing
  • Decreased ability to manage money and make payments on time
  • Asking for money
  • Reckless behavior that endangers you, your loved one, and/or the safety of others
  • Reduced appetite and weight loss
  • Sickly appearance (bloodshot eyes, pallid skin, dark circles, etc.)
  • Defensiveness or denial when confronted about use of drugs or prescription medications
  • Poor relational choices
  • Strong desire for personal space and privacy
  • Spending hours at a time behind closed doors or away from home and being unwilling to communicate about whereabouts or activities
  • Patterns of dishonesty, white lies, or avoiding eye contact

Signs of Prescription Drug Addiction

Prescription drug addiction also reveals itself in the behaviors listed above, but it has a few signs in its beginning stages that should give you cause for concern:

  • Continuing to use a prescription drug even after it is no longer necessary (especially in the case of opioids or narcotics)
  • Preemptively taking doses of medication “just in case”
  • Complaining to a doctor about vague, minor, or made-up symptoms in order to get a prescription refill
  • Disinterest in treatment options that don’t involve more medication
  • Development of high tolerance for a prescription medication, requiring more and more of it in order to achieve the same effect
  • Having multiple prescriptions for a given medication or looking for other ways to get more of it
  • Changes in mood, personality, or ability to emotionally self-regulate

We Take an Individualized, Relational Approach to Beating Addiction

Many people are afraid of coming to a drug rehabilitation center because they fear being isolated and alone or shamed by their loved ones. If that’s you, rest assured we understand that true recovery requires support, accountability, and encouragement from others. We work to integrate family members, friends, and other loved ones into your healing process.

Take your life back into your own hands or save the life of someone you love by calling Acceptance Recovery Center today. We believe that every life is precious and there is always hope for sobriety and a life after drug addiction, no matter the nature of the struggle at hand. Our knowledgeable, compassionate experts provide the individualized help you need to overcome drug abuse for good, while caring for the mind, body, and spirit.

You can’t do this alone. Contact us immediately and take the first step on the road to recovery.

A Place Where You Will Be Taken Care Of And Valued

What Our Patients Have To Say
  • “We are eternally grateful for Acceptance Recovery Center. Deep down the staff is very caring and compassionate and dedicated to helping.”

    Tracey J.

  • “Acceptance Recovery Center made me stronger and helped me discover the confidence I was never aware I had”

    Emily O

  • “ARC gave me what I needed, not always what I wanted”

    Khristian K

  • “I will forever be grateful to ARC for providing me with a better way!”

    John K

  • “"Everyone at ARC gave me a real chance at life"”

    Kelly L

  • “ARC helped me confront the stranger I saw in the mirror, face my fears, embrace my pain and build a solid foundation to grow into the man I am today; proud of who I am”

    Paul K

  • “ARC was the place that worked for me!”

    Adam Faulkner

  • “I will be forever grateful for the people at ARC, they helped me realize that not only do I have a chance at a happy life, but I also deserve it.”


  • “A new experience for a better way.”


  • “I came in as someone who was scared, hurt and unsure of themselves. I left a man who could earn respect and care about other people. I owe it all to ARC.”

    Pat M

  • “This program allows you to take an open and honest look at yourself. You will not only learn how to live life with a foundation of recovery, but how to be a better person moving forward.”

    Lewis B

  • “ARC gave me the ability to live my life aiming to be the best I can, rather than living day-to-day in misery.”

    Danny J

  • “Our son is 120 days clean from Heroin”

    Debbie A

  • “The staff has always been available to me and totally encouraging and supportive. I thank God for them!”

    Joann F.

  • “ARC taught me how to love again”

    Jonathan B

Why Acceptance Recovery Center ?

Here is Our Difference
  • Intimate Environment with Limited Patients

  • Alternative Options for Treatment

  • Strongly Bonded and Experienced Staff Members

  • Individualized Care in a Safe and Healing Environment