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5 Ways Free Rehab Facilities Can Help You

Many people avoid attending rehab because they believe it will be too expensive. However, free rehab facilities can help you in many ways and allow you to receive the treatment you need without the expense of attending a private facility that provides no payment assistance.

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1. Free Facilities Provide Medication.

Free rehab facilities actually do provide medication, even though many people are unaware of this. According to SAMHSA, four percent of the substance abuse treatment facilities in the United States provide all free treatment, often including medication when appropriate. Medication can

  • Help patients avoid intense withdrawal symptoms
  • Reduce cravings and, therefore, the risk of relapse
  • Ensure that patients are able to stop taking the necessary medication on their own terms
  • Provide treatment to patients who need long-term maintenance with the use of medication (ex. methadone maintenance)

2. Free Facilities Provide Therapy.

The NIDA states, “Behavioral treatments help patients engage in the treatment process, modify their attitudes and behaviors related to drug abuse, and increase healthy life skills.” In addition, counseling and other types of therapy are the most commonly used treatments for addiction by both free and privately owned rehab facilities. These centers often provide several types of therapy, including both individualized and group, and help patients learn important techniques for prolonging recovery including how to recognize triggers, how to fight cravings, and how to ask for help.

3. Free Facilities are for Low-income Individuals.

In many ways, those who run free rehab facilities attempt to make them available to those who need them most. This means that there are often factors that prospective patients must meet in order to attend one of these facilities. The most important one is income-based, and patients are usually not allowed to attend free rehab if their income is too high. This protects individuals who truly need free rehab from waiting too long for treatment and other issues.

4. Free Facilities Provide Comprehensive Recovery Help.

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The treatment you receive at free rehabs can help you overcome addiction.

Many facilities like these are also pillars of the community and provide services to patients who need other types of help including references for jobs, educational services, and housing, medical treatments for any physical ailments caused by drug abuse, HIV prevention, and other types of treatments associated with but not specifically pertaining to the individual’s drug abuse. A full recovery must be well-rounded, and free rehab facilities will work with you to achieve yours.

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5. Free Facilities are Better than No Treatment.

While many people feel that free facilities do not provide the same benefits as more costly ones, it is important to note that, without them, many individuals would not receive treatment at all for their addictions. A person’s outcome is more likely to be positive if they attend some sort of treatment type, and free facilities provide this for many individuals who would otherwise go without.

These facilities actually do provide many of the same methods that more expensive centers provide, and this makes them extremely beneficial to anyone desperately in need of treatment. According to the NIDA, “Addiction is a treatable disease,” and the existence of affordable, effective treatment is at the core of many individuals’ recoveries.

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