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Alcohol And Drug Rehab Treatments For Military In Indiana

Many different drug and alcohol treatment programs can be found in the state of Indiana as both private facilities and government-run facilities, which are at no cost or low-cost or covered by military insurance. The military also offers a support network and different programs to help curb an addiction or potential addiction. Most private programs are residential in nature and operate on a short-term or long-term basis. A short term program will be anywhere from two weeks to 28 days, where as a long-term program will operate anywhere from two months to six months depending on the severity of the addiction itself. It has been seen that illegal drug use has been on the decline with current service members and veterans, but prescription drug abuse and alcohol abuse has been on the rise among military personnel and veterans.

Many of the these soldiers are coming back from combat, wounded, injured and in need or rehab. Close to four million prescriptions were given to service members in 2009. Substance abuse disorders are occurring more frequently among male and female service's members, especially those whom are coming back from being deployed. These addictions will take hold and affect not only them, but their families as well. Many families are not sure how to cope or handle this problem, and they will turn to the military for answers and solutions to help. The Army Substance Abuse Program was established to help current service members and their families with treatment, education and prevention, and various forms of support.

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Indiana Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Indiana Addiction Services by Type of Drug

Below you can find a listing of different drug & alcohol rehabilitation programs for military personnel in Indiana. The list can be incomplete so if you do not find what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.