Homer, 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 Homer, Alaska. Our database of Homer treatment centers includes 2 centers, facilities and doctors.
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|Name||Address / Platform||Treatment Programs||Insurance||Region|
|CICADA Homer Office||1230 Ocean Drive||Outpatient||Medicaid / Private||Homer|
|South Peninsula Behavioral Health Services||3948 Ben Walters Lane||Outpatient||Medicaid / Private||Homer|
|Ninilchik Traditional Council||15765 Kingsley Road||Outpatient||Private||Ninilchik|
|Serenity House||245 North Binkley Street Suite 202||Inpatient / Outpatient||Medicaid / Private||Soldotna|
|Peninsula Community Health Services||230 East Marydale Avenue Suite 2||Outpatient||Medicaid / Private||Soldotna|
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For people living in the Homer area, there are a variety of treatment options available. It is easy to search for all the Homer drug rehab programs by searching our Treatment Centers Directory. This directory has organized all the available treatment programs by area to allow for an easy search. Additionally, there is a helpline staffed 24 hours a day which can help people to determine the best Alaska drug treatment program for them and get the contact information for various programs. There are inpatient programs that allow people to get overnight care and be supervised during the process of becoming sober. This can create a safer environment for people to detox from substances. Additionally, people may choose to attend a sober living facility where they can live with others who are committed to a sober lifestyle. Outpatient programs are appropriate for people who want to maintain their responsibilities during the process of becoming sober. This allows for people to continue to meet with counselors and therapists professionally. Group meetings are another setting where people can meet the community and gain support during the process of recovery. For anyone who is seeking treatment, there is assistance available. One only needs to have the courage to reach out and make a commitment to change.