Arkansas Aetna Insurance Drugs & Alcohol Treatment Centers
There are several treatment facilities for drug and alcohol dependency that are covered by Aetna insurance. You will find a list below of these treatments in Arkansas.
The listing below is sorted by cities in alphabetic order.
LIST OF TREATMENT FACILITIES IN ARKANSAS COVERED BY AETNA
Quapaw House was founded in 1980 and provides affordable drug and alcohol treatment services. The programs available include residential and outpatient drug rehab for teen's adults, which include medication assisted treatment, transitional housing, and child care services.
Alternative Opportunities is a community-based health care program that provides a variety of different services for families and individuals. The substance abuse treatment program can help teens and adults who are dependent on drugs or alcohol, through residential, outpatient, and detox programs.
The Quachita County Medical Center provides a wide variety of health care and medical services, and is continually improving the way healthcare is provided. The chemical dependency unit that operates within the facility has 23 beds, and opened in 1985. The methods of treatment include family systems and the 12-step addiction recovery models.
The Phoenix Recovery Center offers sober and chemical-free living environments for men and women who are in recovery from an addiction. The programs are 12-step recovery based, and offer a variety of services such as transitional housing, employment assistance, transportation, and drug screenings.
The Oasis Renewal Center offers over 48 acres of a scenic surroundings, where clients will stay in log cabins, and be surrounded by three different lakes. The program treats men with co-occurring disorders and emphasizes 12-step treatment within a recovery model of addiction treatment. Motivation interviewing and cognitive-behavioral therapy are integrated within the different rehabilitation methods.
Baptist Health has been providing medical and health care services for more than 90 years and provides behavioral health programs for men and women, which includes substance abuse treatment options. If a person is 18 years or older, they can attend an inpatient treatment center, and participate in daily groups.