Buena Vista’s state-of-the-art facility in Tucson, Arizona was built in 2018 and is a 50,000 Square Foot Integrated Healthcare Campus with the latest in healthcare and building technology providing a full range of services to our guests.
Drug and Alcohol Treatment Covering: Tucson, Sierra Vista, Oro Valley, Ft. Huachuca, Nogales, Florence, Benson, Tombstone, Casa Grande, Wilcox, Oracle, Arizona City
- Medically Monitored Detox
- Inpatient Residential Treatment
- Partial Hospitalization (PHP)
- Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
- Outpatient (OP)
- Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
- Primary Care Physicians
About Tucson, Arizona
Tucson is a city and the county seat of Pima County, Arizona, United States, and home to the University of Arizona. The 2010 United States Census put the population at 520,116, while the 2015 estimated population of the entire Tucson metropolitan statistical area was 980,263.
Much of Tucson’s economic development has been centered on the development of the University of Arizona, which is currently the second largest employer in the city. Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, on the city’s southeastern edge, also provides many jobs for Tucson residents. Its presence, as well as the presence of the US Army Intelligence Center (Fort Huachuca, the largest employer in the region in nearby Sierra Vista), has led to the development of many high-tech industries, including government contractors, in the area. The city of Tucson is also a major hub for the Union Pacific Railroad’s Sunset Route that links the Los Angeles ports with the South/Southeast regions of the country.
Raytheon Missile Systems (formerly Hughes Aircraft Co.),  Texas Instruments, IBM, Intuit Inc., Universal Avionics, Honeywell Aerospace, Sunquest Information Systems, Sanofi-Aventis, Ventana Medical Systems, Inc., and Bombardier Aerospace all have a significant presence in Tucson. Roughly 150 Tucson companies are involved in the design and manufacture of optics and optoelectronics systems, earning Tucson the nickname “Optics Valley“. Much of this is thanks in part to the presence of the Steward Observatory at The University of Arizona, which is one of few locations in the world with ability to cast the enormous mirrors used in telescopes around the world and in space.