Ketchikan, 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 Ketchikan, Alaska. Our database of Ketchikan treatment centers includes 5 centers, facilities and doctors.
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|Name||Address / Platform||Treatment Programs||Insurance||Region|
|Residential Youth Care RYC||Inpatient||Medicaid / Private||Ketchikan|
|KAR House||Inpatient||Medicaid / Private||Ketchikan|
|Ketchikan Indian Community Behavioral Health||Detox / Outpatient||Medicaid / Private||Ketchikan|
|Gateway Center For Human Services||Outpatient||N/A||Ketchikan|
|Metlakatla Indian Community||Outpatient||Medicaid / Private||Metlakatla|
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Ketchikan drug rehab programs are available to all people who are seeking treatment for substance or alcohol use disorder. There are a variety of treatment styles and the process does not have a one-size-fits-all approach. Rather, there are many options to choose from which can create the best chance of a positive outcome. To find all the available options for Ketchikan drug rehab programs, it is easy to search our Treatment Centers Directory to view all the viable options. For people who need a more personalized approach, there is a helpline staffed 24 hours a day which provides a place to speak with addictions specialists who can help answer questions about treatment styles and options. Options for Alaska drug treatment range in intensity from inpatient programs to outpatient programs to local group meetings. Inpatient and outpatient centers are often led by professionals including mental health and healthcare workers. This allows for professional support during the early stages of detox, which can be a very tough time. Outpatient programs allow people to meet with professionals while also maintaining a schedule at work or with other responsibilities. Recovery is a lifelong journey for many people, so creating a strong support system can be incredibly helpful.