Drug Rehab Centers Near You
Here is access to our entire drug rehabilitation database. Please select a state first and then further narrow your search through addiction treatment services. If you need help locating the right drug rehab for you, do not hesitate to contact one of our treatment specialists at 1-800-304-2219.
Type of Treatment
People & Community
Insurance & Payment Options
Our directory of drug and alcohol rehabs was created to help individuals find quality care as fast as possible. To accomplish this, we researched thousands of centers across the country and organized the information, making it easy to navigate. This allows those seeking help to narrow down their options and find help quickly.
How We Choose Our Centers
Addicted.org hand-selects each center listed in our database using the following criteria:
Licensure, Certifications, & Accreditations
Qualified Clinical and Medical Staff
Effective Treatment Methods
We ensure each new center we list is licensed by their state and check that they have an established clinical and medical staff unless the treatment is fully holistic. Before listing any new center, we check its online reputation and ensure they have a good history of working with clients.
As a rule, we ensure that the treatment methodology offered by the centers is tested and has a history of success. We include evidence-based, holistic, and alternative treatment models. We refrain from listing centers that utilize untested treatment practices that do have a proven track record of success.
Certifications and Accreditations like JCAHO and CARF ensure treatment centers meet a certain standard. We prioritize these listings but also include centers that are not accredited. We do this because it gives individuals more options to choose from, and the absence of accreditation does not always mean the center is of low quality.
Finally, we are constantly monitoring the centers in our listing to ensure they meet our high ethical standards. If we find that a center is partaking in harmful or exploitative practices, they are removed from our directory.
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