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Are there Free Rehab Clinics for Addiction?

Fortunately for many addicted individuals who also suffer from financial issues as a result of their drug abuse, free rehab clinics do exist. These facilities are able to treat a person’s addiction without the need for them to spend the small amount of money they still have after the devastating effects of drug abuse. When attempting to find one of these clinics, you may have to do more research but they do exist all across the country.

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What are Free Rehab Clinics?

According to SAMHSA, certain facilities “offer substance abuse treatment at no charge or a sliding fee scale based on income and other factors.” Individuals who need to receive treatment at a discounted price can contact one of these facilities and find out if they are eligible, as every clinic has different rules.

These clinics provide treatment to patients in the form of medications and therapeutic counseling sessions which are considered to be the two most effective treatment types for addiction patients. “SAMHSA data show that private nonprofit organizations operated the majority of facilities offering ‘all free’ care and ‘partial free care.'” As a result, when an individual attends treatment at one of these clinics, they are not required to pay or are only asked to pay what little they can, making them a much more attainable option for many individuals who have been struggling with drug abuse issues.

Where Can I Find a Free Rehab Clinic?

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Free rehab can help you break the chains of addiction and get on the road to recovery.

You can use our directory to find facilities near you. Once you have chosen one that seems to fit your locational needs, call to find out about their payment and other policies. Some questions you may want to ask include:

  • Do you provide free or partially free treatment?
  • If not, does your facility provide treatment on a sliding-fee pay scale?
  • Who is eligible to attend your clinic for free?
  • What proof is necessary of that eligibility?
  • What are your average treatment lengths?
  • What is your rate of success?
  • Do you provide transitional help to patients who are leaving your facility?
  • What treatments do you provide?

In addition, you can also ask individuals in your community such as volunteers at a local outreach or homeless shelter, free clinic doctors and nurses, your personal physician, or a local government employee about free rehab clinics in your area. These individuals will likely have had experience recommending individuals to these types of facilities in the past.

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Are Free Clinics Completely Free?

This depends on a clinic-by-clinic basis, which is why you should call and ask questions before deciding to attend or stay at a rehab clinic with a reputation of being free. Every facility is different, and certain ones will only provide partially free or low cost treatment. Still, some facilities exist where patients can receive beneficial and personalized treatment programs and do not need to pay anything for their time at the facility.

Free rehab centers can be extremely helpful to those individuals who need them most. If you do your research, you will likely be able to find one of these facilities that provides the help you need.

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