Find Local Treatment Options
Call 800-481-6320 to speak with an alcohol or drug abuse counselor.Who Answers?

How to Find the Best Addiction Treatment Program For You

With our rehab directory, you can search for addiction treatment centers by state and city, finding the facilities that are nearest to you. But how can you find the best possible program for you?

We can help you find the right treatment. Call 800-481-6320Who Answers? toll free anytime.

Step One: Consider Your Needs

Every individual has specific needs that their addiction treatment program will be required to meet if it is going to be beneficial to them. According to the NIDA, “To be effective, treatment must address the individual’s drug abuse and any associated medical, psychological, social, vocational, and legal problems” they have. The treatment program must also be “appropriate to the individual’s age, gender, ethnicity, and culture.”

As a result, you may need to consider what is most important to you and which needs you must have met in order to feel effectively treated. For example, will you need to ensure that the clinicians speak Spanish because you feel more comfortable doing so? Are you experiencing problems as a result of losing your job and need help finding a new one? Would you prefer to receive treatment in a women’s only rehab center? Once you know what is most important to you and your recovery, it will be easier to find a program that provides those services.

Step Two: Consider Your Budget

treatment for addiction

Finding the right program will help ensure that you receive the best addiction help possible.

Certain facilities charge a large sum of money from patients while others are low-cost, work on a sliding fee scale, or even provide treatment for free. Consider what you are able to pay for treatment, and search out a facility that addresses your needs at the cost you can afford. This is especially critical, as long-term drug addiction can cause severe financial problems which can often make it dangerous for individuals to attend a treatment program outside of their means.

We can help you find treatment. Call 800-481-6320Who Answers? toll free anytime.

Step Three: Call the Program

Once you have found a suitable center in our directory, call the number provided and ask any questions you may have. These could refer to any of the needs you expect the program of your choice to meet, financial queries or questions about a payment plan, or any others which may seem relevant. You may also choose to ask:

  • What is your facility’s rate of success?
  • How long does your treatment program normally last?
  • Do you provide any additional treatments I should know about?

Step Four: Tour the Facility

After calling to make sure the program meets all your general needs, it is important to visit the facility yourself before signing on for treatment there. A program may seem perfect on paper, but until you see the rehab center for yourself, you will not fully be able to know what your treatment process will be like. If you visit the facility and are not able to feel comfortable, safe, and supported in your mission to stop abusing drugs, it likely is not the right fit for you.

According to the NIDA, “Whether a patient stays in treatment depends on factors associated with both the individual and the program.” This is why you must consider both your own needs and the ability of the program to meet them. Once you have done so, it will be easy to find the best addiction treatment program for you.

Treatment can save your life. Call 800-481-6320Who Answers? toll free to get on the road to recovery.

More Rehab Centers Resources

Importance of Long Term Rehab in Recovery

long term rehab in recovery

According to the Institute of Medicine (US), “The length of time in treatment consistently has been found to be an important determinant of both short- and long-term improvement.” Recovery is a process of changes for the better and there is a grave importance of long-term rehab in recovery that many people just don’t get when….

Continue reading

Georgia Man Sentenced in Cocaine Trafficking Case

On Thursday, March 22, 2018, a Georgia man was sentenced to 19 years in prison and 5 years of supervised release. Derrick L. Thomas is a 44-year-old man from Douglasville who pled guilty to conspiring to possess with intent to distribute over 5 kilograms of cocaine. He also pled guilty to possessing a firearm in….

Continue reading

How Long Should I Stay at Rehab?

Even though most people seeking drug and alcohol treatment are lucky to get 28 days, that’s not the ideal length of stay regardless of the severity of your addiction or your drug of choice. Short-term rehab is more often than not, completely insufficient for true drug and alcohol recovery. Because of the intensity of drug….

Continue reading

What Heroin Addiction Rehab is Like

Let us help you find heroin addiction treatment!

Heroin addiction is one of the most dangerous drugs in the entire world. The drug takes thousands of lives every year as a result of overdose or injury caused while under the use of heroin. The highly addictive drug that contributes to a very fast building of tolerance has numerous side effects and the risks….

Continue reading

Telltale Signs of Addiction and the Need for Help

Understanding the signs of addiction can save your life!

It may be simple to determine if an individual is addicted to drugs or alcohol once they have been using for many years and the addiction has progressed to such an advanced stage that they use daily, suffer withdrawal symptoms when they aren’t using and are clearly in trouble. Unfortunately, by this point addiction has….

Continue reading

Drug Addiction and Veterans: What You Should Know

Being in the military is no easy task. The men and women who enlist do so freely and put their lives on the line to protect the rest of us. But more than that, these men and women often bring home more than just battle scars. Too many of the nation’s veterans are coming home….

Continue reading

Are You a High Functioning Alcoholic?

You probably think most people drink. Maybe you make exceptions for really religious people and those with allergies. Of course they don’t drink. But, for the most part, it seems like everyone drinks. A couple glasses of wine with dinner, a couple of beers with pizza, a couple of cocktails after a rough day. Sound….

Continue reading

All Rehab Centers Are NOT Created Equal

Not all rehab centers are the same!

Obviously enough, no two drug rehab centers are the same but what is not always so obvious is the fact that no two rehab centers are created equal.  The search for a drug rehab center that actually understands your addiction and ways to treat such addiction can be both overwhelming and exhausting.  Drug rehab centers are only successful in treating those who they view as a unique individual with unique needs, and for whom they tailor a program that is specially designed to help one person—YOU!

5 Things You Can Do to Increase Your Odds of Recovery

Know what you can do to help you throughout the recovery process.

So you’ve completed drug rehab or you are thinking about entering drug rehab—now what? Do you know what it’s going to take to assure you successfully recover from addiction? Are you ready to take a stance and make sure that you make a full recovery no matter what it takes? If you’ve struggled with addiction….

Continue reading

Why Families are Important in Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers

drug and alcohol rehab centers

Family support is important for someone attending treatment in a drug and alcohol rehab center, no matter how intensive or how long their treatment will be. In many situations, families can make all the difference by supporting their loved one in treatment and working with them to help facilitate recovery. Lengthening Treatment Stays According to….

Continue reading

Still can't find the help you are looking for?Get Started Now
Accepted Insurances / View the full list
For inquiries call 800-481-6320 Who Answers?

Accepted Insurances Does My Insurance
Cover This?

Where do calls go?

Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Additional calls will also be forwarded and returned by a quality treatment center within the USA.

Calls to any general helpline (non-facility specific 1-8XX numbers) for your visit will be answered by a licensed drug and alcohol rehab facility, a paid advertiser on RehabCenters.com.

All calls are private and confidential.

I NEED TO TALK TO SOMEONE NOWI NEED TO TALK TO SOMEONE NOW800-481-6320
Who Answers?

Pin It on Pinterest

Shares