At Granite Mountain Behavioral Healthcare, our addiction treatment program offers multiple tracks that strive to accommodate the needs of each individual client. These tracks include 30, 60, and 90 day programs. We use specific protocols for drug and alcohol addiction, gambling addiction, co-occurring disorders, and more. All tracks engage the client in a transformative process based on the principles of a sucessful recovery, and are grounded in the neuroscience of substance use disorder treatment.Addiction Programs
If you are suffering from addiction to drugs and alcohol, and are looking to regain control of your life, you have come to the right place. Reaching out and asking for help is the first step and a difficult one at that. At Granite Mountain Behavioral Healthcare, we understand addiction, and how to treat the various needs that come attached to it, by focusing on the fundamentals of long-term substance abuse and recovery.
Our rehab facility located in the beautiful town of Prescott Valley, Arizona offers various treatment programs and services to combat substance abuse through community, commitment, connection, and purpose. Granite Mountain’s team is comprised of caring trained and certified addiction specialists who are ready to help you recover and transform your life. Ready to take your first step? Click below to learn more about our facility in Yavapai County.Our Facility
Alcohol manipulates the brain's reward system, and encourages us to repeat behaviors that we enjoy. When people become addicted, their brains are chemically rewired to seek out alcohol.Alcohol
Drug addiction not only affects personal health and relationships, but also impacts society as a whole. We have several drug treatment options to guide people toward a sober and healthy life.Drugs
Regular and consistent use of heroin changes the way the human brain operates. These changes cause addictive behaviors, drug cravings, impaired judgment, and physical withdrawal symptoms.Heroin
Opiates are a category of drugs that include addictive prescription painkillers such as oxycodone, hydrocodone, morphine, and fentanyl. Anyone who takes opiates regularly can become addicted.Opiates