Alcohol and Drug-Abuse

Today, millions of lucky people are successfully recovering from alcohol and or drug abuse because they got the right help... before it was too late.

Trying to help a family member with a drug or alcohol problem can be a dead end. If you have ever attempted to talk with them about it, you know how quickly they can get defensive, or worse.

Alcohol abuse eventually leads to serious problems with money, relationships, careers, jobs, family, attitudes and health. Abusing drugs always starts out with using them “just for fun”. The “fun” turns into a habit and people get “hooked” and need them just to live.

Pharm Parties are a rising trend among our youth today. Teens are getting high using Rx and OTC (over the counter) drugs as tan alarming rate. They are mixing Rx and OTC drugs with alcohol and other substances making that a recipe for disaster. Properly dispose of unwanted and out-dated prescription and over the counter drugs.

Drug, alcohol rehabilitation is an educational therapeutic process. Drug and alcohol rehab is the best way to start the process of freedom from the cycle of insanity. Treatment is simply the therapy done during drug alcohol rehabilitation.

Properly dispose of unwanted and out-dated
prescription and over the counter drugs.
What once was a common practice to flush your expired or unwanted prescription and over the counter medicines, has proven to be very harmful to the environment. Scientists have studied over 130 rivers, streams and other waterways in the U.S. and found the following pharmaceuticals in over 80% of those tested: Antibiotics, Anti-depressants, Birth control pills, Seizure medication, Cancer Treatments, Pain killers, Tranquilizers, and Cholesterol-lowering compounds. For information on disposing of drugs, call 928 692-5889.
Kingman Arizona Alcoholics Anonymous
3696 Devlin Avenue
Kingman, Arizona
(928) 757-1895
Answering Machine (800) 864-1606
TASC Incorporated
2364 Kingman Avenue
Kingman, Arizona 86401
(928) 753-9678
ABC Therapy Counseling Center
2401 Stockton Hill Road, Suite 4
Kingman, Arizona
(928) 753-0409
(800) 763-0271
KRMC Community-Facilitated Support Groups

The following free support groups are facilitated by community organizations and meet at KRMC facilities:

Mondays at 6:00 pm and Wednesdays at 5:30pm in the Cholla Conference Room. Call 928-753-4226 for more information.

Alcoholics Anonymous

  • Tuesdays at 2:00 pm in the Cholla Conference Room
  • Wednesdays at 7:30 pm in the Neal Conference Room
  • Saturdays at 7:30 pm in the Neal Conference Room
  • Call 928-715-4800


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