The 10 Top-Rated Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers in Phoenix

There are 70 dual diagnosis treatment centers in Phoenix. Our editors selected the 10 top facilities based on reviews, accreditations, and how effectively they treat addiction and co-occurring mental disorders.

IN THIS GUIDE

  • Vogue Recovery Center, Meadows, and 8 other treatment centers. (View All)
  • Each treatment center in our list has: (a) The Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission and CARF for addiction services, (b) Composite online review score of 3.1/5 stars or better (our grading system explained), (c) Robust programs that effectively treat dual diagnosis disorders.

Top Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers

Vogue Recovery Center

Vogue Recovery Center in Phoenix, Arizona

602-293-3704 |    Visit Website

4122 North 17th Street, Building A, Phoenix, Arizona 85016

The Vogue Recovery Center provides dual diagnosis treatment to 36 men and women at any given time that are older than 18. The treatment combines holistic care with evidence-based therapies, group therapy, psychoeducation, and case management. Some of the different options offered include cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, systems theory, motivational interviewing, craniosacral and polarity therapies, and neurofeedback. Clients may also work with 12-step programs and attend meetings as needed. Family participation is important to Vogue Recovery, and clients work closely with their case managers and clinicians to develop an effective aftercare plan.

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

Levels of Care: Inpatient, Residential Treatment, Medical Detox, Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient Treatment

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: A
Accreditations: Joint Commission

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River Source Treatment Center

River Source Treatment Center in Gilbert, Arizona

844-232-8338 |    Visit Website

2325 W Guadalupe Street, STE 107, Gilbert, Arizona 85233

The River Source treats substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions in three steps: heal the body, heal the mind, heal the spirit. Therapies utilized include nutritional IV, acupuncture, dry sauna, massage therapy, amino acid therapy, yoga, meditation, group processing, individual therapy, 12-step meetings, and spirituality. A combination of these is used to address all aspects of the person and ensure that if there are any underlying or co-occurring conditions, they are treated at the same time.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and ADHD, anxiety, depression, PTSD, schizophrenia, and sleep disorders.

Levels of Care: Medical Detox, Inpatient, Outpatient

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: A
Accreditations: Joint Commission

Chicanos Por La Causa

Chicanos Por La Causa in Phoenix, Arizona

602-233-9747 |    Visit Website

3639 West Lincoln Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85009

The substance abuse program here is multicultural and offers bilingual services so that anyone who needs help has access to it. Clients will have the option of a 30 or 60-day residential program with meals provided each day to ensure clients are giving their bodies the nutrients needed to heal. Different therapy options include individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, couples therapy, and 12-step support groups. Clients will also have access to a basketball court, garden, yoga, tai chi, chi gong, and a sweat lodge.

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

Levels of Care: Residential

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B+
Accreditations: CARF

Transitional Living Communities

Transitional Living Communities in Mesa, Arizona

480-833-0143 |    Visit Website

32 South Macdonald Street, Mesa, Arizona 85210

Clients who seek help from TLC will be given the option to participate in a number of different therapies and treatment programs. These include medical services, individual therapy, daily group sessions, case management, relapse prevention, family therapy, anger management, stress management, mindfulness meditation, massage therapy, hypnosis, and garden therapy. Each program works in conjunction with one another to treat the client as a whole and ensure that underlying mental illness is treated at the same time as the substance use disorder.

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

Levels of Care: IOP, Sober Living, Aftercare

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B+
Accreditations: Joint Commission

Community Medical Services

Community Medical Services in Phoenix, Arizona

602-775-5634 |    Visit Website

7830 N. 23rd Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85021

Treatment through Community Medical Services includes individual and group therapy and various evidence-based treatments. Because they accept most major insurances, Community Medical Services is accessible to most individuals. They do also provide medication-assisted therapy to those who need it, peer support, and programs specifically for women.

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

Levels of Care: Outpatient

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: CARF

Meadows

Meadows in Wickenburg, Arizona

866-330-3258 |    Visit Website

1655 N. Tegner Street, Wickenburg, Arizona 85390

Meadows addresses co-occurring disorders through various treatment options: 12-step programs, EMDR, emotional freedom techniques, equine therapy, expressive arts, group therapy, work with internal family systems, neurofeedback, psychodrama, and Somatic Experiencing. They also provide different holistic treatment options that address self-esteem, boundaries, and moderation. Treatment programs are individualized and comprehensive, allowing clients to address their mental health disorder as well as their addiction.

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

Levels of Care: Detox, Inpatient Treatment

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: B
Accreditations: Joint Commission

Lifewell Behavioral Wellness

Lifewell Behavioral Wellness in Phoenix, Arizona

602-808-2800 |    Visit Website

6915 East Main Street, Suite 101, Mesa, Arizona 85207

Lifewell Behavioral Wellness provides a whole host of services, but their substance abuse treatment mostly entails individual and group therapies. Clients may also receive case management services, assertive community treatment, peer support, education services, vocational support, and the development of different life skills to help manage emotions and reactions to triggers in the real world.

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

Levels of Care: Outpatient, Residential

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: C+
Accreditations: CARF

Phoenix VA Healthcare System

Phoenix VA Healthcare System in Phoenix, Arizona

602-277-5551 x7640 |    Visit Website

650 East Indian School Road, Building 31, Phoenix, Arizona 85012

Substance abuse treatment through the VA Healthcare System includes screening and assessments, followed by treatment that is designed based on the needs of the individual. They can also provide referrals for loved ones who may be struggling. Typical care involves individual and group therapies, however, other services may be provided on an as needs basis.

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

Levels of Care: Outpatient

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: C+
Accreditations: Joint Commission & CARF

Copper Springs

Copper Springs in Avondale, Arizona

480-565-3035 |    Visit Website

10550 West Mcdowell Road, Avondale, Arizona 85392

Copper Springs offers flexible treatment options and various levels of care to men and women. Their programs include individual, group, and family therapies as well as various talk therapies and activities. One of the most effective treatment options includes peer-led groups where things like coping skills, relapse prevention, emotion regulation, communication, relationships, and conflict resolution are discussed.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse and depression, anxiety, PTSD, borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, psychosis, mood disorders, personality disorders, and suicidal ideation.

Levels of Care: Medical Detox, Inpatient Treatment, Outpatient Treatment, PHP, IOP

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: C+
Accreditations: Joint Commission

Banner Behavioral Health Hospital

Banner Behavioral Health Hospital in Scottsdale, Arizona

480-448-7500 |    Visit Website

7575 East Earll Drive, Scottsdale, Arizona 85251

As a healthcare provider, Banner Behavioral focuses on all types of medical care. With regards to mental health issues and addiction treatment, they offer 12-step programs, dialectical behavior therapy, electroconvulsive therapy, medication management, and transcranial magnetic stimulation. Clients may also be offered various holistic therapy options such as reiki, dog therapy, music therapy, aromatherapy, acupuncture, massage therapy, and mindfulness.

What They Treat: Dual diagnosis substance abuse anxiety, depression, dissociative disorders, eating disorders, personality disorders, bipolar disorder, psychosis, and PTSD.

Levels of Care: Inpatient, Outpatient

TRUST SIGNALS

Online Reviews: C
Accreditations: Joint Commission

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

Phoenix Addiction & Mental Health Support

Additional Resources For Finding Help in Phoenix:

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.
Phoenix 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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