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Drug Addiction Facts

  • 83% of all drug addicts are unemployed.
  • Alcohol destroys brain cells and unlike many other types of cells in the body, brain cells do not regenerate.
  • The crop of opium poppies (from which heroin is derived) in Afghanistan in 2012 was up 50 percent.

Addiction-treatment-center.jpgOnce you have decided to make a change and get help for your addiction problem, the next step is to explaore your treatment facility options. Keep in mind that there is no one-size fits all facility. The most effective way to find an appropriate treatment program that meets your particular needs is to speak with an addiction treatment professional who can assess your specific situation and give you various treatment facility options based on your exact needs. We can help you with this. Simply call our Drug Treatment Help-Line at 1-877-683-7818 and you will be connected to an addiction treatment specialist who can help you find the correct treatment program for you.

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Hospital Inpatient

Hospital inpatient services are accessible to anybody who should be safely managed through detox services when seriously addicted to drugs and alcohol, or who wants a better spectrum of care such as someone who has a dual diagnosis and also needs mental health solutions during their rehabilitation process. You will find both short-term and long-term hospital inpatient services available.

ASL or Other Assistance for Hearing Impaired

The hearing impaired are often prone to alcoholism and substance abuse because of the problems that their impairment impose on them. While discovery of this problem is often difficult among the hearing impaired, you can find ASL as well as other assistance services readily available for them when substance abuse treatment is needed. Apart from ASL, such services can sometimes include assistive listening equipment and captioned video resources to ensure that deaf and hearing impaired folks are obtaining the help they require in drug and alcohol rehabilitation.

Self Payment

Self Payment is required when someone's insurance won't cover the total cost of rehabilitation or will only pay for some of it. In these situations, it may seem like a disadvantage but people really have a great deal of leverage because they can choose whichever program they would like without the restrictions from health insurance companies that so many men and women face. In addition, treatment programs will often provide payment assistance for individuals whose only choice is self payment to enable them to get into rehab.

Medicaid

Some treatment programs accept Medicaid in the event the individual is not able to self pay or present any other kind of private medical insurance. Medicaid may only pay for outpatient and short-term rehab within a limited amount of programs, and in cases like this individuals might want to explore the self pay option and drum up any resources they can to pay for a more quality rehab facility that will produce better results, say for example a long-term residential alcohol and drug rehab center.

Medicare

Medicare recipients can seek rehabilitation at drug and alcohol rehab programs which deliver either inpatient or outpatient treatment when the center is in the network of Medicare-participating providers and with the consent of their Medicare appointed doctor, who must help in establishing the individual's rehab strategy. Inpatient solutions are provided through Medicare Part A, with out of pocket costs being similar to any other kind of hospital stay, and outpatient treatment being covered through Medicare Part B.

State Financed Insurance (Other Than Medicaid)

State financed insurance other than Medicaid may be used to cover the costs of drug rehabilitation if other kinds of insurance or self payment are not a choice. If someone doesn't have private insurance and doesn't yet know whether they may be eligible for state insurance, they should talk with their Social Services office in their area to ascertain if they are and then fill out an application. Most state financed insurance will take care of both outpatient and inpatient rehab, but generally only in the state which offers the insurance.

Private Health Insurance

Depending on which program you are covered by, all private health care insurance plans typically cover some kind of drug and alcohol rehab service ranging from outpatient treatment to inpatient or residential drug rehabilitation centers. Individuals might have to take part in a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program that's within their network of providers and there might be other limitations for example just how long their stay in treatment is covered. Individuals can choose a good program they prefer and consult with a rehabilitation counselor to find out if their insurance will handle it.

Military Insurance (E.G., Va, Tricare)

Military insurance which includes VA and Tricare does cover the expenses of particular drug abuse treatment services. Detox services, outpatient and inpatient centers and also partial hospitalization are paid for by military insurance, although military members may require pre-authorization in which case they can liaise with their VA or Tricare representative. There might be some restrictions as to how long a stay in inpatient alcohol and drug rehab is allowed, and all of these questions can be answered before you start rehabilitation so that it's clear just how long and individual can stay in the rehab facility of choice.

  • Deaconess Cross Pointe
    Deaconess Cross Pointe is an Alcohol and Drug Recovery Facility that is located at:

    7200 East Indiana Street
    Evansville, IN. 47715

    If you would like to contact Deaconess Cross Pointe, you can reach them at 812-476-7200.

    Deaconess Cross Pointe offers the following treatment services: Hospital Inpatient, Asl Or Other Assistance For Hearing Impaired
    Payment forms accepted: Self Payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State Financed Insurance (Other Than Medicaid), Private Health Insurance, Military Insurance (E.G., Va, Tricare)