The 16 Top-Rated Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers in Arizona

There are 221 dual diagnosis treatment centers in Arizona. Our editors selected the 16 top facilities based on reviews, accreditations, and how effectively they treat addiction and co-occurring mental disorders.

IN THIS GUIDE

  • Fountain Hills, Sabino Recovery, Amity Foundation, and 13 other treatment centers. (View All)
  • Each treatment center in our list has: (a) The Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission for addiction services, (b) Composite online review score of 4/5 stars or better (our grading system explained), (c) Robust programs that effectively treat dual diagnosis disorders.

Top Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers

Scottsdale Providence Recovery Center

Scottsdale Providence Recovery in Phoenix, AZ

866-337-0605  |    Visit Website

8889 E. Via Linda Boulevard, Scottsdale, Arizona 85258

Scottsdale Providence makes substance abuse treatment accessible, flexible, and individualized in order to meet the needs of their clients rather than trying to fit their clients into predetermined programs. Treatments might include interactive journaling, CBT, motivational interviewing, DBT, acceptance and commitment therapy, narrative therapy, solution-focused therapy, EMDR, neurofeedback, occupational therapy, medication management, acupuncture, yoga, and fitness activities. A combination of these therapies is the best plan for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health conditions.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression. They also provide mental health only treatment.

Levels of Care: Intensive Outpatient Program

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: A+
Accreditations: Joint Commission

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Northern Arizona Center for Addiction (NACA)

Northern Arizona Center for Addiction in Arizona

928-615-6006   |    Visit Website

545 S Lakeview Drive, Prescott, Arizona 86301

The basis of treatment through Northern Arizona is based on holistic therapies. Though they still value evidence-based therapies and incorporate those into each treatment plan to create the most effective dual diagnosis program, the holistic therapies are what bridge the gap between the disease of addiction and treating the person’s body, mind, and soul. The unique component NACA offers to each of their clients, especially those who have undiagnosed mental health conditions, is pharmacological testing. This helps clinicians determine exactly what a client’s genetic makeup is and what they need. Some of the treatments utilized in combination with that testing are EMDR, cognitive behavioral therapy, life skills development, relapse prevention, and trauma counseling.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care: Residential Treatment, Partial Hospitalization, IOP, Sober Living

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: A+
Accreditations: Joint Commission

Blueprints for Recovery

Blueprints for Recovery in Prescott, Arizona

928-232-6455 |    Visit Website

225 Grove Avenue, Prescott, Arizona 86301

Treatment through Blueprints is typically offered in a three-phase program: residential, transitional living, and then independent living. They help both men and women, however, these programs will be gender-specific and separate. Some of the strategies or therapies utilized are 12-step meetings, group therapy, individual therapy, anger management, motivational interviewing, and dialectical behavior therapy. They rely on the use of meditation and spirituality and offer a long list of techniques and practices such as transcendental meditation, Qi Gong, breathwork, chanting, and more. Blueprints also incorporates humanistic therapies to help clients build self-esteem and learn to develop healthy boundaries and positive relationships.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, and trauma.

Levels of Care: Residential, IOP, Sober Living

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: A
Accreditations: Joint Commission

Fountain Hills Recovery

Fountain Hills Recovery in Arizona

888-898-5984   |    Visit Website

16872 E Avenue of the Fountain Suite 204, Fountain Hills, Arizona 85268

Because Fountain Hills specializes in the treatment of both substance abuse disorders and mental health issues, they are better able to treat co-occurring disorders at the same time, enabling clients to have higher rates of treatment completion and long-term sobriety. Along with individual therapy and group therapy, clients also have access to trauma therapy, CBT, DBT, rational emotive behavior therapy, and EMDR. These evidence-based treatments are combined with alternative therapies and holistic treatments to ensure that each client is treated as a whole rather than just a set of symptoms.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, trauma, bipolar disorder, ADD, and ADHD.

Levels of Care: Residential Treatment, IOP, PHP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: A
Accreditations: Joint Commission & NAATP

Connections Health Solutions

Connections Health Solutions in Tucson, Arizona

520-448-0670 |    Visit Website

1135 North Jones Boulevard, Tucson, Arizona 85716

Though Connections Health Solutions provides addiction treatment, they really specialize in helping individuals in crisis situations. Once the crisis has been addressed and stabilized, clients are then admitted to an individualized residential program. Length of stay depends on the client and their specific needs but can last anywhere from one night to an extended period of time. The goal is to provide access to immediate behavioral health services rather than having people go to the ER or jail for their drug or alcohol use.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, or suicidal ideation.

Levels of Care: Residential

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: A
Accreditations: CARF

Sabino Recovery

Sabino Recovery in Tucson, Arizona

844-286-0516 |    Visit Website

8505 E. Ocotillo Drive, Tucson, Arizona 85750

The main ways Sabino Recovery addresses and treats dual diagnosis substance use disorders and mental illness is through group and individual psychotherapy, Neurotherapy, experiential therapies, mind/body integrative therapies, and natural medicines. They use activities such as yoga, art, movement, and meditation to bring the body and mind together. Other activities that help address the person as a whole include somatic experiencing, EMDR, equine therapy, and acupuncture. These activities supplement the more evidence-based therapies, like CBT, to ensure that all parts of the client are addressed. And because no two people are the same, each plan will look different and incorporate different strategies.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and eating disorders.

Levels of Care: Residential

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: A
Accreditations: CARF

In Balance

In Balance in Tucson, AZ

520-909-5333  |    Visit Website

6107 E Grant Road, Tucson, Arizona 85712

Treatment through In Balance addresses four separate components: physical, spiritual, emotional, and social. Clients will work with their clinicians to determine a program with therapies that best fit into these four categories so that each client, though through different means, is treated as a whole. Experiential programming at In Balance involves yoga, meditation, equine-assisted therapy, hiking, art exploration, psychodrama, guided imagery, EMDR, 12-step along with individual and group therapies, and CBT.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care: IOP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews:  A
Accreditations: Joint Commission
Editorial Comment: Though there are fewer than 10 reviews for In Balance, most of them are detailed and rated pretty highly. It’s important to keep in mind that these were from two years ago, so do your own research to ensure that this is the program for you.

Intensive Treatment Systems

Intensive Treatment Systems in Phoenix, Arizona

602-996-0099 |    Visit Website

651 W Coolidge Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85013

Intensive Treatment Systems utilizes evidence-based programs along with medication-assisted treatment to give clients the best chance at managing withdrawal symptoms and cravings while also undergoing addiction treatment. Programs include individual, group, and family therapy, peer support, and other integrated treatments depending on what each client needs.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care: IOP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B+
Accreditations: CARF

Haven Residential Program

Haven Residential Program in Tucson, Arizona

520-623-4590 |    Visit Website

1107 E. Adelaide Drive, Tucson, Arizona 85719

The Haven is a women-only treatment facility that aims to provide residential support to women in need. Residential treatment includes individual therapy, family counseling, recovery coaching, classes that teach relapse prevention, life skills, parenting skills, the development of coping skills, and peer support. Once the more intensive programs are complete, clients may opt to take part in outpatient services that work on employment support, group therapies, relapse prevention, meditation, and the promotion of a more healthy and sustainable lifestyle.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, and trauma.

Levels of Care: Residential, IOP, Outpatient

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B+
Accreditations: CARF

Recovery in Motion

Recovery in Motion in Tucson, AZ

866-418-1070  |    Visit Website

1604 N Country Club Road, Tucson, Arizona 85716

Treatment options at Recovery in Motion include 12-step programs, anger management classes, family therapy, art therapy, DBT, individual or group therapy, CBT, life skills training, music therapy, trauma therapy, and yoga. For those who need it, they do offer medication-assisted treatments to manage withdrawal symptoms and help with craving control. Recovery in Motion also provides clients with extensive aftercare planning and continuing support to ensure that recovery is long-lasting.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and PTSD.

Levels of Care: OP, IOP, PHP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B+
Accreditations: Joint Commission

Amity Foundation

Amity Foundation in Tucson, Arizona

800-381-3318 |    Visit Website

10500 E. Tanque Verde Road, Tucson, Arizona 85749

As part of the Amity Foundation, Circle Tree Ranch provides evidence-based and comprehensive treatment on a 60-acre campus. They offer clients an extensive list of options and therapies to choose from, some of which are medication-assisted therapy, music classes, a wellness center, meditation, health and nutrition guidance, and yoga. Not only do they have programs to fit all needs, but they are culturally sensitive to address the needs of everyone seeking help. Though each program is different, the length of stay can last anywhere from 90 days to 14+ months. This allows clients to move at their own pace and feel comfortable knowing they won’t be kicked out after the 90-day cutoff.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, bipolar disorder, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, OCD, ADHD, PTSD, and eating disorders.

Levels of Care: Residential

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: CARF
Editorial Comment: Amity Foundation works to be as inclusive as possible and has programs designed for the needs of members of the LGBTQ+ community.

Mohave Mental Health Clinic

Mohave Mental Health Clinic in Kingman, Arizona

928-757-8111 |    Visit Website

3505 Western Avenue, Kingman, Arizona 86409

The programs offered through Mohave are community-based and allow clients to play an active role in the development of their specific recovery journey. Along with the traditional individual and group therapies that most programs offer, clients will also have access to case management, medication assistance, vocational services, and the development of life skills. Peer support plays a huge role in these programs as well, and Mohave also provides education and support to their client’s loved ones. The goal is to address each person as a whole and equip them with recovery skills that can be used once the program is complete to maintain that long-term sobriety.

What They Treat:  Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and eating disorders.

Levels of Care: Outpatient

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: Joint Commission

Southern Arizona VA Healthcare Services

Southern Arizona VA Healthcare Services in Tucson, Arizona

520-792-1450 x5047 |    Visit Website

3601 South 6th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona 85723

Because the VA center provides all healthcare services for veterans, they are able to address substance abuse alongside mental health conditions, medical conditions, and various other needs. The main goal of these programs is to stabilize the individual and help them achieve independence through the development of life skills and coping strategies. Clients will design these treatment plans with their specific treatment team to ensure that all needs are being met, even as those needs change.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety, depression, and PTSD.

Levels of Care: Outpatient, Residential

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: Joint Commission & CARF

Community Bridges

Community Bridges in Tucson, Arizona

928-524-1151 |    Visit Website

993 North Hermosa Drive, Holbrook, Arizona 86025

Along with medication-assisted treatment, clients may also participate in group or individual therapies, family therapy, support services, and educational services that address life skills and relapse prevention. Emphasis is placed on peer support and communal connections that can be made in group settings. On average, their residential programs run from 14 to 90 days

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and anxiety and depression.

Levels of Care: Detox, Residential, Outpatient

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: ​​​​CARF

Desert Star Addiction Recovery Center

Desert Star Addiction Recovery Center in Tucson, AZ

520-638-6000  |    Visit Website

7493 N Oracle Road, Suite 203, Tucson, Arizona 85704

Treatment through Desert Star involves individual, group, and family counseling as well as medication management, nutritional counseling and planning, and more depending on what the specific client needs in order to treat their substance abuse and co-occurring mental health conditions. They also offer gender-specific groups and discuss the importance of living healthy lives outside of treatment. Clients may also address complications with relationships and learn how to develop healthier connections.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, anxiety, eating disorders, PTSD and trauma.

Levels of Care: OP, IOP, PHP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: C+
Accreditations: CARF
Editorial Comment: There are under 10 reviews for Desert Star from a year ago, and they do have mixed information amongst those few. Take this into consideration when looking for rehab facilities.

CODAC

CODAC in Tucson, AZ

520-327-4505 |    Visit Website

1650 E Ft Lowell Road, Suite 202, Tucson, Arizona 85719

CODAC provides treatment programs for dual diagnosis mental health disorders and drug or alcohol addiction to men and women 18 and older. Services include individual, group, and family therapy, medication management, DBT, anger management, and more. There are a variety of group therapies and peer support programs that clients can join based on what it is that they need, and as those needs change, so do the treatment plans.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and trauma, depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and mood disorders.

Levels of Care: Outpatient Treatment

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: D+
Accreditations: CARF

Our Grading System

We assign letter grades to each center based on their cumulative online review ratings:

  • A = 4.3 – 5 Stars
  • B = 3.5 – 4.2 Stars
  • C = 2.6 – 3.4 Stars
  • D = 2 – 2.5 Stars
  • F = > 2 Stars

Arizona Addiction & Mental Health Support

Additional Resources For Finding Help in Arizona:

Overdose Prevention Resources

  • In the event of a suspected overdose call 911 and monitor the individual until paramedics arrive. 
  • NEXT Distro – Arizona: A national overdose prevention organization, their website provides information and resources for finding and using naloxone to prevent overdose deaths in Arizona.
  • Sonoran Prevention Works: An Arizona-based overdose prevention organization, they provide helpful information and videos on how to use different types of naloxone to prevent an opioid overdose death.
  • Surprise Arizona – Opioid Abuse Awareness & Support: A government site that provides a variety of helpful resources for anyone struggling with opioid addiction, including information about naloxone.
Arizona Crisis Hotlines
  • Resilient Arizona: 1-877-211-8661
  • Mercy Care Arizona
    • Northern Arizona Crisis Line: 1-877-756-4090
    • Central Arizona Crisis Line: 1-800-631-1314
    • Southern Arizona Crisis Line: 1-866-495-6735
    • Gila River & Ak-Chin Communities: 1-800-259-3449
    • Salt River Pima Maricopa Community: 1-855-331-6432

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