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Drug Addiction Facts

  • As of 2011, about 30% of 10th grade students had used marijuana in the past year.
  • The average addict needs $200.00 per day to support his/her drug habit.
  • After an addicted individuals stops using methamphetamine withdrawal symptoms can occur including depression, anxiety, fatigue, paranoia, aggression and an intense craving for the drug.

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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Persons With Co-Occurring Mental And Substance Abuse Disorders

Individuals with co-occurring mental and substance abuse issues are what are recognized in the field of drug rehabilitation as dual diagnosis clients. These clients must address both disorders when it's in rehabilitation in order to find resolution simply because one usually triggers the other. Luckily, there are several drug and alcohol treatment programs who can specifically hone in on the issues that persons with co-occurring mental and drug use issues face so that they can not only become abstinent but mentally secure and also able to lead a much better quality lifestyle and never consider it wise to self medicate with drugs and alcohol.

ASL or Other Assistance for Hearing Impaired

The hearing impaired are often prone to alcoholism and substance abuse as a result of problems that their impairment impose on them. While detection of the issue is often difficult among the hearing impaired, you can find ASL and also other assistance services readily available for them when drug abuse rehab is necessary. Other than ASL, such services may include assistive listening tools and captioned video materials to ensure that deaf and hearing impaired individuals are getting the help they require in alcohol and drug rehab.

Medicaid

Certain rehab programs accept Medicaid when the individual is not able to self pay or present some other form of private medical health insurance. Medicaid might pay for outpatient and short-term rehabilitation in a limited amount of facilities, and in cases like this individuals might want to explore the self pay alternative and come up with up any resources they're able to to pay for a more quality rehab program which will produce better results, such as a long-term residential alcohol and drug rehabilitation center.

Medicare

Medicare recipients can receive rehab at drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities which provide either inpatient or outpatient treatment when the center is in the network of Medicare-participating providers and with the approval of their Medicare appointed physician, who must aid in setting up the individual's treatment plan. Inpatient solutions are provided through Medicare Medicare Part A, with up front costs being just like any other kind of hospital stay, and outpatient treatment being covered through Medicare Medicare Part B.

  • Salmon Creek Lodge
    Salmon Creek Lodge is a Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Program that is located at:

    3406 Glacier Highway
    Juneau, AK. 99801

    If you would like to contact Salmon Creek Lodge, you can reach them at 907-463-6885.

    Salmon Creek Lodge offers the following treatment services: Persons With Co-Occurring Mental And Substance Abuse Disorders, Asl Or Other Assistance For Hearing Impaired
    Payment forms accepted: Medicaid, Medicare