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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers in Supai, Arizona

If use of alcohol or medication is draining your bank account and the happiness from your life, Supai has a selection of highly-rated drug abuse facilities to help you or a loved one. Whether addicted to Tramal, opiates, pain pills or alcohol, we can help you connect with rehabilitation to get the highest-quality help available. You can even find private or private treatment in Supai to make rehab as easy as possible.

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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Arizona

Alternative to Meds Center

Today I am home and completely off of cymbalta with minimal effects … thanks to one month at Alternative to Meds Center, I’m back to being me … The incredibly caring staff helped me over the month I was there with the withdraw process. I am a mother of 3 and a Family Nurse Practitioner. Approximately 8 years ago, I was prescribed Cymbalta 60 mg daily, an SNRI, for PMDD, Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Dysthymia. It helped for a short time but, after a few years, I noticed that it was not helping any longer. Unfortunately, I kept taking it because it was told to me that it is best for my brain “chemistry” that I do so. It was suggested to me to up the dosage to 120 mg many times; however, I refused. In 2011, I missed a dose. The withdraw symptoms started within hours of missing the dose. Cymbalta withdrawal symptoms included: Tremor, rage, uncontrollable crying spells, severe nausea, some vomiting, palpitations, lower back pain (that never occurred before or during taking cymbalta), inability to get words out, moments of dissociation. This made me angry that missing one dose can cause such incapacitating symptoms. I requested to the physician to help me wean off the medication as it no longer helps and I did not like to be “stuck” or in my eyes, “addicted” to any medication because of the terrible withdraw it causes. I was told to wean from 60 to 40 to 20 mg over 6 weeks and then stop. I did as directed, but once I hit 0 cymbalta, the same symptoms returned at full force. I was dealing with these constant symptoms all while trying to work and run a household. By 6 weeks in, I could not longer handle the symptoms and was told by the physician to go back on the cymbalta as I would need it “for the rest of my life”. I didn’t like the idea; however, I did so just so I could function in my daily life. Fast forward to June, 2012. The same thing happened, I missed a dose which threw me back into the withdraw symptoms yet again. I decided I could not accept being on this medication just to avoid the terrible withdraw. I went to another doctor that agreed to help and started to wean me up on prozac and down on cymbalta. The withdraw symptoms continued, although not as severe. I was still unable to probably perform my activities of daily living. I was afraid and frustrated. I didn’t know what to do. My husband found online the Alternative to Medications Center and everything started falling into place. I was admitted to the facility in Sept., 2012. I stayed on my current dosage of cymbalta for my first week while titrating multiple supplements for detox. I was also detoxing in the sauna, which unimaginably helped decrease the withdrawal symptoms to almost nil. The other treatments such as the diet change, detox foot baths, glutathione treatments, massage and Reiki also helped tremendously. Today I am home and completely off of cymbalta with minimal effects. It has been a hard 2 years, but thanks to one month at Alternative to Meds Center, I’m back to being me. Becky

- Becky
5 out of 5
Sedona, AZ

Desert Cove Recovery

The staff here truly care about the patients and they saved my life.

- Katie
5 out of 5
Scottsdale, AZ

Prescott House

I'm extremely greatful and thankful to the prescott house for playing a huge role in my sobriety. Without the staff and the structured programs they have to offer I wouldn't be where I'm at today. Thank you for helping me get on the the right path again to my happiness and successful life. I recommend anyone who is facing difficult challenges in life to make the Prescott house the first choice. It's a phone call that will change your life.

- Keith
5 out of 5
Prescott, AZ