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Affordable, Upscale, & Safe Medical Detox Located in the heart of Scottsdale, AZ

At Valor we understand the dangers of alcohol and the addiction that can develop. We have created an evidence based program that can effectively help each and every one of our clients who are addicted to alcohol.


  • Residential Program
  • IOP (Intensive Outpatient Program)
  • Individual and Group Therapy
  • ​Family Program
  • Wellness Programs
  • Medical Services
  • More!


​Please contact the Staff of Valor Detox for more information on our Alcohol Addiction Services.


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Alcohol is a legal, controlled substance that lowers anxiety and inhibitions. It also has a broad range of side effects, from loss of coordination to slurred speech. Not everyone who drinks is an alcoholic, but anyone whose life is negatively affected by alcohol on a consistent basis is considered to have an alcohol use disorder. Alcohol is commonly consumed as a drink in various forms, including beer, wine and hard liquor.


Alcohol has become one of the leading causes of death in the United States and accounts for the highest fatality rate among all other substances. The socail acceptance of alcohol and its legal status within the US has created a worldwide epidemic. While alcohol is viewed by many as a legal, therefore safe substance, there is nothing further from the truth. Those affected by alcohol addiction experience the inability to stop, withrawal symptoms, DT's (delirium tremors), losses from finances, relationships, jobs, children, legal issues and many more. Without the proper treatment for this disease the end result tend to be jail, prison or death.


​The modern disease theory of alcoholism states that problem drinking is sometimes caused by a disease of the brain, characterized by altered brain structure and function. The American Medical Association (AMA) declared that alcoholism was an illness in 1956. In 1991, the AMA further endorsed the dual classification of alcoholism by the International Classification of Diseases under both psychiatric and medical sections. 


The first step for anyone to overcome the disease of addiction is to admit that they have a problem and seek a solution to overcome it. This is followed by intense treatment to deal with the physical, mental and emotional aspects of their life that are directly and indirectly caused by their addiction. This includes detox, individual and group therapy, EMDR (trauma therapy, supervision of a medical doctor, 12-step programs and support groups and alternative treatments such as yoge, meditation, equine therapy, physical exercise and more.

Valor Detox's Alcohol Addiction Program

Alcohol Addiction