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Information on Native American Rehab Centers

Last Updated: Tuesday, 28 May 2024
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Substance use disorders are a significant problem among Native and Indigenous peoples of America. Unfortunately, stigma and other barriers prevent individuals from accessing drug rehab. Yet, there are excellent resources to consider, and many offer cultural support. Below, you can use the filter by choosing a state to find a Native American drug rehab best suited for your needs.

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  • What is a drug rehab program for Native and First Nations people?

    Drug rehab centers for Native and First Nations involve counseling and therapy methods that treat the specific issues Native and First Nations people struggle with while addicted to drugs. The rehabilitation approaches could also include traditional healing methods.

  • Are Native American drug rehab programs different from other treatment options?

    Treating drug addiction is much the same as any other drug rehab center. However, the methods used are tailored to individual needs and specific to the needs of Native and First Nations who are addicted to drugs or alcohol.

  • Why is drug and alcohol addiction so prominent in Native American communities?

    Drug and alcohol addiction in Native American communities can be associated with many different factors, but poverty and crime are major players. Many Native American communities face high unemployment rates, with many families living below the poverty line. Because of this, addiction can occur, but fortunately, there are drug and alcohol treatment programs, specifically available for Native Americans and people of Indian descent. These programs are geared specifically towards their culture and show some good success in helping Native American residents become fully rehabilitated.

    Drug and alcohol treatment programs combined with effective drug and alcohol prevention and education are the only real effective measures available to help curb this problem among American Indian and Alaskan Native communities. These programs can help youth make the right decisions while providing the needed support along the way. Many of these facilities provide the necessary treatment to help adults and can provide long term help through support groups and counseling. The problem with addiction in American Indian and Alaskan Native communities is still growing, but many more people are becoming aware of this growing issue and trying to do something about it while making ongoing differences in their respective communities.

  • Want to know more?

    The questions from Addicted.org’s “Learn from our Experts” are answered by Michael Leach, CCMA. If you need further clarification on any of the questions above or have any other questions you can contact him directly at mike@addicted.org.