First Responder & Federal Employee Rehab Programs
As a First Responder or Federal Employee, you or your loved ones put their life on the lines to protect and serve our community. We recognize that and strive to be a beacon of light for you/them when there is nowhere else to turn. We at Sober Living of Arizona specialize in handling First Responders and Federal Employees and getting to the core of any trauma or wrongdoing that may have caused any alcoholism or drug addiction. We can help, as we have helped hundreds of First Responders before. Drug Rehab in Scottsdale – Your in safe hands now…
Every time a firefighter takes a call, they know they are putting their lives on the line. This level of stress often leads to a dangerous road to drugs and alcohol, in order to manage anxiety.
It is estimated that 25% of all law enforcement officers suffer from alcoholism or addiction. More often than not, this presents in officers that have been on the job for over 10 years, but can still present in young/new officers as well.
Although lower than the general public, statistics of substance abuse in military personnel continue to skyrocket. Often sparked from trauma and PTSD, drug abuse becomes a normal coping mechanism. Arizona Drug Treatment are here to assist you.
Many healthcare professionals.learn to “desensitize” themselves on the job to deal with the trauma they see on a day to day basis. Naturally this sometimes progresses into full blown active addiction or alcoholism.
We have helped many USPS workers and their families & loved ones achieve sobriety and recovery. We love working with the United States Postal Service. At our Residential Treatment in Arizona we work with many Postal Workers.
Politicians / Government Workers
Politicians and Government workers, on every level deserve discreet, private and accredited treatment for their substance abuse problems like anyone else does. Sober Living AZ is here for politicians and Gov’t workers, and their families, nationwide. Arizona Drug Treatment are here to get you sober and go on living a great, sober life!