Getting drug and alcohol addiction treatment is one of the most difficult, yet empowering and important decisions you can make for yourself or a loved one experiencing the trauma of substance abuse and relapse. We can help you rise above it with outpatient addiction treatment tailored to your unique needs. Telehealth (virtual care) is available.
Getting drug and alcohol addiction treatment is one of the most difficult, yet empowering and important decisions you can make for yourself or a loved one experiencing the trauma of substance abuse and relapse. We can help you rise above it with outpatient treatment tailored to your unique needs. Telehealth (virtual care) is available.
Renaissance Recovery Center offers a unique, clinically-driven approach to drug rehab and alcohol treatment in Arizona. Substance abuse affects a person physically, mentally, and spiritually. We create a custom drug rehab program with evidence-based practices and 12-step principles to allow each person to overcome drug and alcohol addiction and heal the mind, body, and soul.
Learn about common drug addictions, and how we help addicts recover from substance abuse dependence to live a meaningful, sober life.
Renaissance: a time for renewal of life and vigor. At Renaissance Recovery Center in Gilbert, Arizona, our drug and alcohol counselors help addicts to identify and overcome shame, pain, deception, and isolation-giving way to a renewed and meaningful life beyond addiction. Drugs and alcohol are a symptom, and rehab isn’t just about abstinence. It is crucial to learn fundamental recovery tools and skills, while addressing the deeper issues and causes underlying substance use.
The Renaissance treatment team consists entirely of Masters level therapists with both extensive personal addiction recovery and years of experience providing therapeutic support and help to those in early recovery. We take a very personalized approach to treatment. Our goal is to help clients regain mental, emotional, and spiritual health; to heal trauma and restore families and relationships.
Our substance use disorder programs utilize therapeutic resources, peer/social support, and applied recovery skills within an outpatient setting. We have personally realized recovery and have helped countless others to find their paths. We know that you, too, can have your own personal recovery experience. Help is available now. Our addiction treatment therapists work with clients to provide tailored substance abuse recovery solutions at an affordable rate. Call us to schedule an initial evaluation at no fee. Discover and recover within a safe and confidential environment, surrounded by people who care and know how to realize long term sobriety.
Shame is a root cause of addictive behavior. Negative belief systems often cause people to turn to addiction. In turn, addictive behavior leads people into deeper cycles of guilt and shame. The false notion that “I am bad” often dominates the experience of addicts, leading them down even more destructive paths. Substance use often starts as a symptom, or even a solution, which then progressively becomes a problem. Self-deception, self-loathing, self -condemnation and self-destructive behavior come with the territory. The truth is that addiction is a disease which afflicts the sufferer physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. As a first step, the symptom (substance use) must be arrested. But unless the deeper underlying causes, such as shame, are identified and eradicated, most will again become symptomatic, regardless of consequences.
The answer typically is yes, but the coverage will vary by insurance carrier and your specific insurance plan. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) set some standards for insurance policies, one of which includes requiring all insurance plans to cover certain aspects of addiction treatment. The types of services covered will depend on the specific terms of the insurance policy, but most rehabs (including Renaissance Recovery Center in Gilbert, Arizona) offer free assessments and referrals to get you started. We offer a free insurance check of your drug and alcohol treatment benefits. Complete this form to have us verify your addiction coverage benefits.
The most common signs of drug addiction include marked changes in appearance (rapid weight gain or loss, hair loss, or skin sores), mood swings, disrupted sleep patterns (sleeping excessively, staying awake for days, or both), and the adoption of a new friends, avoiding existing friends who don’t use drugs. Many who struggle with addiction also have financial difficulties, since building up a tolerance to their drug of choice can mean spending more and more money for each high. If notice any of these things in your loved one, the best thing is to talk to them about it in a calm and helpful way.
Some of the most common signs of alcoholism include an inability or unwillingness to quit drinking, even in the face of serious legal and social consequences. Those who have been charged with more than one alcohol-related crime recently such as being charged with multiple DUIs, been fired from a job due to their drinking, or who have begun to develop alcohol-related liver, kidney, or heart problems are all signs of alcoholism.
The "disease model of addiction" is widely accepted by substance abuse treatment providers and addiction experts, and hypothesizes that addiction is a disease in involving measurable, structural changes in the way the brain works. Drug and alcohol abuse can impact the parts of the brain that control judgment, decision making, memory, and behavior. If you have any questions about the Disease Model, our twelve-step approach to treatment, or any other aspects of our program: don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
Abstaining from drug and alcohol use is only the beginning of one’s journey toward sobriety. Staying sober requires a daily commitment to maintaining healthy habits, gaining skills to learn how to deal with triggers, and creating healthy behaviors. An effective drug and alcohol rehab center provides indidivuals suffering with addiction the tools, confidence, and skill training needed to stay sober. While the phrase "one day at a time" may seem like a cliché, it is an effective mantra for anyone who wants to resist the physical and mental craving for their drug of choice.
OUR MISSION: To promote healing and wellness for the suffering addict, their families, and others struggling with psychological and emotional challenges; to provide care within an environment of safety, respect and regard for each individual.