Inpatient Treatment (Residential)

A residential program in addiction treatment, commonly called inpatient treatment, is what most people associate “rehab” with. Specifically, inpatient is 28 days or less while residential is 30+ days; this is mainly insurance terminology as the treatment provided is the same. These facilities provide on-campus housing to patients in a safe environment free from drugs and alcohol where therapy is provided on-site. These facilities also have 24-7 around-the-clock care from nurses and behavioral staff. Residential level of treatment is best for those who cannot stay sober on their own at home or keep using while in sober living housing; they need a secure environment to maintain sobriety while receiving psychological/psychiatric treatment. Not all, but many residential programs also include detox services. Due to the various on-call services and housing arrangements, residential rehab typically costs $19,000/month without insurance. Residential rehab ranges from 1-4 months.

Arizona City, AZ

Cave Creek, AZ

Chandler, AZ

Cornville, AZ

  • The Sanctuary at Sedona (Cactus Rd.)

Glendale, AZ

  • Maverick House (51st Ave.)

Mesa, AZ

Phoenix, AZ

Prescott, AZ

  • Canyon Crossing Recovery (Gurley St.)
  • Compass Recovery Centers (Granite St.)
  • Holdfast Recovery (Gurley St.)
  • Prescott House (Arizona Ave.)
  • Recovery In The Pines (12th Pl.)
  • Royal Life Centers (Gail Gardner Way)
  • Silver Sands Recovery (Crossings Dr.)

Scottsdale, AZ

Tucson, AZ

Wickenburg, AZ