Recovery is Personal, So Are Our Programs
At Northern Arizona Center for Addiction we offer a wide-range of rehab options to facilitate your personal recovery. We provide drug and alcohol rehabilitation in a safe, comfortable environment, with plans customized to each individual patient’s needs.
We have the knowledge and experience to treat a complete range of addictions and accompanying behavioral issues including: opiate addiction, cocaine addiction, meth and heroin addiction, prescription medicine dependence, depression, anxiety, and alcohol addiction.
From supervised medical detoxification to residential long-term treatment, NACA is able to accommodate each client’s needs, while providing the highest quality of care with compassion and individualized attention. At Northern Arizona Center for Addiction we administer excellent care with love and concern to help you recover from any addiction.
Learn more about our rehab options on the following pages.
Start Your or Your Loved One’s Recovery Today
Recovery is possible. Joy and fulfillment and sobriety are all possible. With the help of the caring staff and
clinicians at Northern Arizona Center for Addiction, you can absolutely find a life beyond addiction.
How to Know if You or a Loved One Needs Treatment
Answers and help are available for everyone.
Symptoms of drug or alcohol abuse can vary from person to person. Some people are better than others at covering up their addiction and substance abuse. Here are a few signs to look for when trying to determine whether or not you or a loved one should seek one of our rehab options for your substance abuse problem.
- Irrational thinking
- Preoccupation with
drugs or alcohol
- Missing days of work or school
- Depressed feelings, or unstable
- Using drugs or alcohol despite
harmful results to one’s health
- Making impulsive decisions
Symptoms of drug or alcohol abuse can vary from person to person. Some people are better than others at covering up their addiction and substance abuse. Here are a few signs to look for when trying to determine whether or not you or a loved one should seek professional help for your substance abuse problem.