Drug rehab and alcohol rehab programs in Arizona include 85 facilities in and near Phoenix. Some offer specialized programs, such as the Native American Connections, Inc. for Indian Rehabilitation. They provide services in Hopi, Lakota, Najaho, Pima and Spanish languages, and offer residential short-term treatment (30 days or less) and long-term treatment (30 days or more) and offer services for dual diagnosis treatments.

The Center for Behavioral Health specializes in both drug abuse and alcohol treatment. They offer drug rehab in methadone maintenance and detoxification, as well as special programs for DUI and DWI offenders.

The Family Service Agency offers services for those with a dual diagnosis as well as programs for DUI/DWI offenders and criminal justice clients. The alcohol treatment center and drug abuse treatment has a sliding fee scale and accepts insurance.

The Mesa area also has a number of Arizona treatment facilities available. The House for Acceptance is an addiction treatment facility and halfway house working with long-term residential patients. They accept self-payment patients, and offer help in Spanish as well as English for their intervention programs.

The Treatment Assessment Screening Center, Inc. (TASC) is an outpatient treatment center with alcohol rehab and drug rehab programs. It has special groups for adolescents, dual diagnosis patients, men, women, criminal justice clients and DUI/DWI offenders.

Two intervention centers with specialized missions are the Centro de Amistad Inc. and the Women in New Recovery treatment facilities.  The Centro works with Spanish speaking clients in drug treatment and alcohol treatment programs, particularly with DUI/DWI clients. They also specialize in alcohol treatment for criminal justice clients.

The Women in New Recovery provides a residential long-term treatment facility for women. It is a combination treatment program and halfway house, and includes residential beds for children of its clients.

There are fewer centers in the Flagstaff, Arizona area. The Flagstaff Medical Center provides addiction treatment facilities on the Behavioral Health Services West Campus. They provide a mix of mental drug rehab, alcohol treatment and mental health services, for those with a dual diagnosis.

The Northern Arizona Substance Abuse Services focuses on substance abuse rehabilitation, and has special groups for gays and lesbians, men, women, DUI/DWI offenders and criminal justice clients.