When immediate admission to other care isn’t available.
Supervised withdrawal from substance use.
Treatment at a program site while a patient lives on their own.
24/7 care connected to a hospital, lasting days or weeks.
Live-in care, lasting for one month to one year.
Temporary space to stay while transitioning from an intensive treatment setting. Sometimes called a halfway house or sober living.
Integrated care that addresses substance use and mental illness.
Care given over the phone or online to support treatment and recovery.
Those with private insurance typically get it through an employer or insurance exchange. For example: PPO or HMO coverage.
Government program providing health coverage for people with very low income.
Free services; no payment needed.
Federal health insurance for adults 65 and older, or younger people with certain disabilities.
Facilities that may offer help paying for services. Check with the facility for details.
Adjustable fees based on income.
Accepts direct payment for treatment.
Includes facilities that do not offer medication-assisted treatment
Controls withdrawl symptoms and blocks cravings. Given in person at a clinic, usually every day.
Works similar to methadone, and can be prescribed to take at home.
Blocks the effects of opioids and alcohol completely.
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