How to Find Rehab Treatment
State-Funded Drug Rehab Programs
In particular, state- and federally-funded rehab centers and nonprofit groups are often solutions for families without health insurance or income. To receive answers to your questions and referrals to low-cost or free rehab centers in Ohio, you can call the SAMHSA helpline anytime to speak with a representative. They can connect you with local clinics, nonprofit organizations, support groups, community resources and many other addiction treatment resources.
Teletherapy or Online Rehab
Teletherapy and online addiction treatment are growing in popularity, as it allows individuals to access care from home, avoiding travel costs and childcare arrangements. Platforms like Talkspace help clients find therapists who conduct remote therapy and counseling services for mental health disorders. Some take insurance, and some don’t.
While these platforms may be popular, they are not all designed with addiction recovery in mind. The Recovery Village Columbus telehealth app was created specifically to treat people with substance use disorders or co-occurring conditions. Our addiction specialists can provide evidence-based therapy and teach effective strategies for lifelong recovery.
Grant and Loan Programs
Some Ohio treatment facilities may offer drug rehab grants, loans or scholarships. For example, SAMHSA has provided Ohio with a $64 million grant for substance use prevention and treatment. People who can not pay for addiction treatment may apply for fully-funded treatment or a loan they will pay back over time.
Get Help for Your Recovery
Addiction treatment and rehabilitation will always be less expensive than the cost of continuing to use substances. The Recovery Village Columbus works to help people of all backgrounds find the life-saving treatment they need. Whether it’s through our facility or by referring to other clinics, we are happy to work with you to find a solution. Contact us today to start the admissions process or learn more about treatment plans and programs that can help you begin the journey to lifelong recovery.
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- Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. “Substance Abuse and Mental Health Block Grants.” Accessed September 14, 2020.
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