CODAC has helped thousands of Tucsonans recover from drugs & alcohol. We can help you.
At CODAC, we see you as a person. We don’t care about your past, because we’re focused on your future. Many of us have successfully recovered from drugs and alcohol.
We can give you the tools you need to stop using, too. And we can tell you first-hand that the help you’ll receive at CODAC will be kind, confidential and focused specifically on your goals.
CODAC’s outpatient drug or alcohol treatment intake is available 24/7 — days, nights, weekends and holidays. Please let us know if you need a ride to your first appointment. Otherwise, we are easy to find at 380 E. Fort Lowell Road (Bus Route 34).
If you do not have insurance or are underinsured, CODAC has grant funds available to help.
There are many factors that can lead to substance use and addiction, such as past abuse and trauma, stressful life experiences, sadness and being around others who are using. Sometimes, an undiagnosed illness can lead to drug use to help with pain or other symptoms.
Our team will help you figure out what level of support, treatment and services will be best for you and help you as you work to meet your recovery goals.
Along with your treatment for substance use, you’ll have access to primary physical health and mental health care services. By focusing on your substance use disorder and your physical and mental wellbeing, you’ll receive the complete care you deserve.
Treatment of common illness and minor injuires
Physical exams and screenings
Close monitoring of chronic conditions like diabetes
Wellness check-up and vaccinations
Standard lab work and tests
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4585 E. Speedway Blvd, Building 1,
Tucson, AZ 85712
CODAC is a nonprofit 501(C)(3) organization devoted to providing support, services and tools to individuals, families and communities so they may live with dignity, free from the harmful effects of substance use disorders, mental illness and trauma.