Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Alcohol addiction can happen to anyone. Millions of Americans struggle with an alcohol use disorder of some kind — from binge drinking to addiction. Alcohol does not discriminate. Do you ever ask yourself about your drinking problem? At Fountain Hills Recovery, we treat alcohol addiction with a mind/body approach.



There are many types of alcohol treatment programs available. These include:

  • Medical Detox – This is usually the first step in most alcohol treatment programs. During this stage, the body must rid itself of alcohol and other toxins through a medically-supervised program that addresses the dangers and symptoms of withdrawal associated with detox.

  • Inpatient Treatment – Also referred to as residential treatment, inpatient treatment requires living at an alcohol rehab center while you participate in a recovery program.

  • Partial Hospitalization Program – This program is for people who have completed residential care, and are ready to transition to the next stage of assistance.

  • Intensive Outpatient Treatment – Also known as IOP, this level of care is for patients who want the flexibility of outpatient care, but must continue to undergo all-day treatment during the week.

  • Outpatient Treatment – Also referred to as OP, outpatient programs offer a more independent option for alcohol treatment. Instead of living at an alcohol treatment center, clients live at home. They may continue to work, as alcohol treatment sessions can be scheduled around each individual’s scheduling needs.



At Fountain Hills Recovery, we recognize that recovery is a life-long process that goes far beyond abstinence to healing and skill building to ultimately developing a fulfilling, meaningful, and joyful life; we are here for our patients for the long run. We see the need for treatment sometimes for years or even decades to help patients achieve their goals, with treatment changing over time as patients heal and grow. We understand that persistence and consistency matter. Since retention in treatment is the strongest predictor of long-term recovery, our primary goal is helping patients stay in effective treatment for as long as they need it.

We develop long-term partnerships with patients, their families and their community support systems.