Accessing and Locating Treatment

Treatment Locator

24/7 Access Points

Arizona now has four 24/7 Access Point locations providing opioid treatment services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to serve individuals seeking treatment. Medication assisted treatment is offered in various settings in the community that are commonly described as Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs) and Office-Based Opioid Treatment (OBOTs).

CODAC Health, Recovery and Wellness
380 E. Ft. Lowell Road, Tucson, AZ 85705
Community Bridges, East Valley Addiction Recovery Center
560 S. Bellview, Mesa, AZ 85204
Community Medical Services
2806 W. Cactus Road, Phoenix, AZ 85029
Intensive Treatment Systems, West Clinic
4136 N. 75th Ave #116 Phoenix, AZ 85033

Opioid Treatment Programs

An OTP is any treatment program certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to provide medication-assisted treatment for individuals who are diagnosed with opioid use disorder. These treatment programs are authorized to administer and distribute all forms of medication assisted treatment, methadone, buprenorphine (Suboxone/Subutex) and naltrexone. Additional services within the OTP can include case management, peer support, individual counseling, group counseling and other types of support services for the individual.

Getting Help for Opioid Dependence

AHCCCS is implementing new standards and reporting requirements for all Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs) receiving Medicaid reimbursement. See the OTP Requirements web page.

Office Based Opioid Treatment (OBOT) Programs

OBOT programs allow for qualified primary care physicians to provide opioid treatment services in their office based settings. Federal guidelines allow qualified physicians in the OBOT to prescribe medications for opioid use disorder in their office setting, but it is required that the physician has the ability to connect their patients to the appropriate level of counseling and other appropriate support services.

Peer and Family Support Services

Peer and Family Support Services are offered by agencies throughout the state of Arizona. Individuals interested in becoming credentialed as a Peer/Recovery Support Specialist (PRSS) may inquire with any agency on this list for training availability. Individuals must meet qualifications per AMPM 963 to be eligible for training.

We collaborate with Providers and Community Members to ensure peer support and family support services are available to all persons receiving services and their families.

For more information about Peer and Family Support Services, visit the Office of Individual and Family Affairs webpage.

Peer and Family Support Resources and Contacts