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Indian Wells, AZ Alcohol Rehab Centers

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Latest Reviews of Rehabs in Arizona

Native American Connections — Outpatient

Had a very good counselor. To much free time. I really don't know, my first time so I don't know bout all that.

- JBL
3.7 out of 5
Phoenix, AZ

Valley Hope - Tempe

Good food, good exercise, good staffing. Not so clean. It's a little crowded.

- Anonymous
3.7 out of 5
Tempe, AZ

Oasis Addiction Counseling

I thought they did a great job keeping my relative motivated and giving him hope to beat his alcohol addiction. Every time I visited him he was in good spirits and eventually beat the disease of alcoholism. I thought they could offer a few more constructive programs to keep him busy like arts and crafts types of programs. I thought that for the most part they did a great job of helping my relative beat the addiction of alcohol. He was in good spirits every time I visited which was fairly often and I thought they kept his attention for the most part.

- Anonymous
5 out of 5
Prescott, AZ