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Drug & Alcohol Extended Care Services in Nebraska

When you have completed one of the drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs in Nebraska, you should consider aftercare treatment. Extended care programs provide the necessary tools to continue to work on your sobriety, once you’ve completed treatment. This can be a sober living home or transitional housing. Some recovering addicts require the extra transition time before they get back to real life. This would be the time they take to find work, create healthy relationships, and even become involved with the community. There is a significant investment of time put into going through a drug rehab program. It is beneficial to consider extended care, such as an outpatient program or peer support. Peer support groups are the most common form of aftercare help. Typically, these are twelve-step programs and are often found throughout the state. Whether you are in a large city or small town, there is often a twelve-step meeting available. Aftercare programs have proven successful, and do help increase the ability of the recovering addict to maintain his or her sobriety.

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Nebraska Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Nebraska Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Here is a list of the different extended care services for drug and alcohol dependency in Nebraska. The list can be incomplete so please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

List of Extended Care Services for Addiction in Nebraska