Scottsdale Recovery Center (SRC), locally owned and operated, was recently featured in Newsweek’s 2020 iteration of the Best Addiction Treatment Centers list. The list was made in partnership with Statista Inc., a research firm. Newsweek’s Best Addiction Treatment Centers list was created using a variety of criteria. Among the criteria were quality of service, reputation, and accreditation relative to other treatment programs operating in each state. Scottsdale Recovery Center received a score of 80.60% based on these criteria and ranked number 3 (out of 7) in the state of Arizona!
SRC is known as one of the premier drug rehabs in Scottsdale, Arizona. Its staff is committed to helping patients get sober in a safe, private and confidential setting. Offering both Residential and Outpatient Programs, SRC believes every patient needs individualized and personalized treatment for their substance abuse addiction in Arizona. Scottsdale Recovery Center is The Joint Commission Accredited which is the highest accreditation a drug rehab facility can attain. Clients receive a medical history assessment and physical performed by a physician, twenty-four hour medical supervision and psychiatric evaluations.
Scottsdale Recovery Center remains committed to providing critical addiction treatment in Arizona, even during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. In order to foster a safe and healthy environment, SRC tests all incoming and current patients exhibiting symptoms of the coronavirus.
Since 2008, Scottsdale Recovery Center serves the needs of people nationwide searching for a successful solution to remove active alcohol, opioid, cocaine and other addictions to enjoy the benefits of living drug-free. With four facilities in Scottsdale and Phoenix, Arizona continuing to reset the standard of Detox, Inpatient Residential, Intensive Outpatient, and Sober Living practices. Scottsdale Recovery Center is a trusted resource, locally and nationally, to the public, health care providers, and media outlets seeking knowledge to support their investigations and bring addiction industry awareness needed to save lives.