Barrow, AK Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers
Treatment Center Directory.com is the premier destination for locating alcohol treatment, drug addiction rehab centers and detox programs in Barrow, Alaska. Our database of Barrow treatment centers includes 4 centers, facilities and doctors.
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|Name||Address / Platform||Treatment Programs||Insurance||Region|
|IBH Integrated Behavioral Health Matsutani Community Resource Center||1402 Nachik Street||Outpatient||N/A||Barrow|
|CYS Children and Youth Services||2000 Ahkovak Street||Inpatient / Outpatient||N/A||Barrow|
|IBH Integrated Behavioral Health||5200 Karluk Street||Outpatient||N/A||Barrow|
|IBH Integrated Behavioral Health Gathering Place||5326 Laura Madison Street||Outpatient||N/A||Barrow|
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Barrow drug rehab programs are available within the Alaska drug treatment network. This allows Alaskans to access quality treatment for substance and alcohol use disorder. There are a variety of programs available, and people can access all the offerings in our Treatment Centers Directory. This allows an easy search which can save precious time when seeking treatment. For some people, beginning with a detox program is most sensible because it provides both structure and supervision. These facilities are staffed by health and mental health providers and can help people safely detox from substances. They can also provide support in an outpatient fashion, where people do not stay overnight but choose to attend scheduled meetings either individually or with a group. Group meetings are an important part of recovery and many people attend group meetings throughout their lifetime. This is a good way to gain support from others and to connect with people who are undergoing similar life changes. Staying sober is a lifelong challenge for many people, but with the continued commitment it is possible. Local meetings often offer mentorship and sponsorship which creates another way for people to gain support through relationships with others who have been through something similar.