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Drug & Alcohol Treatment Services for the Hispanic Community in Arizona

Drug abuse and alcohol abuse among Hispanic Americans is a problem for many members of this community in Arizona. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration report roughly 9.5% of the Hispanic American population experience alcohol dependency. Unfortunately, many Hispanic Americans living in Arizona do not always reach out for help through local mental health services. Marijuana use among Hispanic teens is popular, and whether it is an alcohol or drug problem, there are treatment options in Arizona to help. Some of the drug rehabilitation programs throughout the state can provide Spanish language options, and this will ensure there is no language barrier when attending treatment. Many Hispanic Americans have an increased likelihood of recurring problems with alcohol dependency, despite most Hispanics abstaining from alcohol. However, when Hispanic Americans do use alcohol, it does tend to be in excess. Drug treatment is the only effective way to overcome any type of drug and alcohol problem.

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Bobby Newman is a certified counselor and interventionist who has been performing successful interventions for over 17 years. He also has educated thousands of people on the danger of drugs and alcohol addiction.

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The lack of health insurance along with the linguistic component can make it hard or even impossible for them to seek treatment. That is why many treatment centers now have Spanish-speaking staff and make treatment affordable for all.

Here is a list of the different drug & alcohol rehab programs serving the Hispanic community in Arizona. The list can be incomplete so please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

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