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Sierra Tribal Consortium Inc - Turtle Lodge Recovery Home

Though drug and alcohol addiction may indeed be a very harmful and worrisome crisis issue to say the least, the Sierra Tribal Consortium Inc Turtle Lodge Recovery Home has a variety of different services that they offer that all promote sobriety and healthy living.

The Sierra Tribal Consortium Inc Turtle Lodge Recovery Home is workable, holistic, alternative, Native American approach inpatient, residential, qualified, certified, accredited, drug and alcohol addiction and chemical dependence treatment center, detox facility, rehabilitation program, addiction prevention association, and recovery organization. This program is offered at no cost for tribal members. For non-tribal members, it is still very easy to get into and go to. The center accepts payment from health insurance such as Cooks Children's Health Plan, Coventry Insurance, EmblemHealth, Exclusive Care, First Care, HCSC, Health Net, Healthsmart, Highmark, Humana, Assurant Health, American Family Insurance, AmeriHealth, Anthem Coverage, APS Healthcare, Medical Mutual, GEHA Health Plans, Great West Insurance, LifeSynch, and Magellan Health Services. The facility also accepts payment from self-pay on a sliding scale basis. The Sierra Tribal Consortium Inc Turtle Lodge Recovery Home also offers extensive and helpful aftercare and halfway housing options too.

Though drug and alcohol addiction may indeed be a very harmful and worrisome crisis issue to say the least, the Sierra Tribal Consortium Inc Turtle Lodge Recovery Home has a variety of different services that they offer that all promote sobriety and healthy living.

The Sierra Tribal Consortium Inc Turtle Lodge Recovery Home is workable, holistic, alternative, Native American approach inpatient, residential, qualified, certified, accredited, drug and alcohol addiction and chemical dependence treatment center, detox facility, rehabilitation program, addiction prevention association, and recovery organization. This program is offered at no cost for tribal members. For non-tribal members, it is still very easy to get into and go to. The center accepts payment from health insurance such as Cooks Children's Health Plan, Coventry Insurance, EmblemHealth, Exclusive Care, First Care, HCSC, Health Net, Healthsmart, Highmark, Humana, Assurant Health, American Family Insurance, AmeriHealth, Anthem Coverage, APS Healthcare, Medical Mutual, GEHA Health Plans, Great West Insurance, LifeSynch, and Magellan Health Services. The facility also accepts payment from self-pay on a sliding scale basis. The Sierra Tribal Consortium Inc Turtle Lodge Recovery Home also offers extensive and helpful aftercare and halfway housing options too.

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  • 610 West McKinley Avenue
  • Fresno
  • CA
  • 93728
  • United States

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Sierra Tribal Consortium Inc - Turtle Lodge Recovery Home

Inpatient Rehabilitation

Residential long-term treatment (more than 30 days) | Residential short-term treatment (30 days or less)

Substance Abuse Counseling

Substance Abuse Counseling For Couples | Substance Abuse Counseling For Individuals

Extended Recovery Care

Relapse Prevention | Transitional Housing | Substance Abuse Counseling | Aftercare

California Services for Communities

LGBTQ Community

California Types of Services

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) | Inpatient Rehabilitation | Outpatient | Substance Abuse Treatment

Fresno

Fresno Residential Long-Term | Fresno Outpatient | Fresno Residential Short-Term

California Types of Payments

Access to Recovery Voucher | California Treatments with Payment Assistance

California Special Services

Indian Native Treatment

California Counties

Fresno County

California Cities

Fresno

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Bobby Newman is a certified counselor and interventionist who has been performing successful interventions for over 17 years. He also has educated thousands of people on the danger of drugs and alcohol addiction.