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Drug Addiction Facts

  • The average addict 'self medicates' a physical, emotional, spiritual hurt with drugs he/she has not been able to deal with in a healthy manner.
  • Cocaine abusers are at increased risk for contracting infectious diseases such as human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immune deficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) and viral hepatitis, not only from sharing contaminated needles and drug paraphernalia but also from engaging in risky behaviors as a result of intoxication.
  • Smoking or injecting meth creates an immediate, intense "rush" and amplifies the drug's addiction potential.

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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Substance Abuse Treatment Services

Substance abuse treatment serviceare available]in several]] settingand with]different]treatment]] lengths and plans taccommodate]] thvarious]needs]] of clients witany type of]] anamount of]] addiction. With botshort and long]] term and both inpatient and residentiaprograms]] now beinincluded in]] maninsurance companies]]there is no need]to postpone]getting]] substance abuse treatment servicefor anyone who]wants]] it.

Outpatient

Outpatienservices]] are othe low]] end of the spectrum orehabilitation]services]with regards to]level of]] careas the]] individuacan]maintain]] their lifestylin lots of ways]without the]] commitmenof having]to stay]] in treatment]program]] whilreceiving]treatment]] servicesEven though this]may appear]ideal]it might not]] providthe required]] change oenvironment]] thamany individuals]] irehabilitation]need]to have a]successful]rehabilitation]].

Adolescents

When adolescentbecome involved]in any type of]drug use]]it is crucial that]] theobtain]quality]] care tstop the]situation in]] its tracks so that it doesn'worsen]and possibly]jeopardize their future]]Due to the fact]] adolescendrug abuse]] whiccontinues]] oftecarries on]into one's adult life]]mothers and fathers]] muscontinue to be]astute]] and get their adolescentreatment]when]a problem]] iobserved in]a facility]] whicaddresses]] adolescendrug abuse]]Many]programs]] whicdeal with]] adolescentsupply]] both inpatient and residentiarehab]]that has been]shown to be]the most effective]environments]] fotreatment]] clients of this age.

Persons With Co-Occurring Mental And Substance Abuse Disorders

Women

Womeneed]quality]rehab]] in rehabut will]] alsneed]particular]attention to]the distinctive]challenges]] they facfor their]] genderMen and women]not just]] facdifferent]] anunique]problems]in life]as a result of]] genderbut in addition]] may abusalcohol and drugs]] fovery different]] reasonsalcohol and drug]rehab]facilities]] whicappeal to]] women anthe specific]] and unique needs that womeface]can help]enormously]on the]] women'path to]permanent]abstinence]] and a highequality lifestyle]].

Men

DUI/DWI Offenders

DUI and DWI offenderin many cases are]] given thpossibility]] or ordered ttreatment]as part of]] sentencingOften times]], the offendecan pick]] whicrehab]facility]they would like to]go to]]When successfully completed]], DUI and DWI offendercan take advantage of]decreased]] sentencing optionto be able to]move ahead]] in their livewithout having to be]] penalizefurther]].

ASL or Other Assistance for Hearing Impaired

The hearing impairecan often be]predisposed]] to alcoholism andrug abuse]due to]challenges]their]] impairment impose on them. Whildetection]of this]problem]can sometimes be]difficult]] among the hearing impairedyou can find]] ASand also other]] assistance servicedesigned for]] them whesubstance abuse]treatment]] ineeded]]Apart from]] ASL, such servicemay include]] assistive listenintools]] and captioned videresources]to ensure that]] deaf and hearing impairepeople are]receiving the]help]they need]] idrug and alcohol]treatment]].

Self Payment

Self Payment ineeded]] whesomeone's]] insurancwon't]cover]] thentire]] cost otreatment]] or will onlpay for]part of it]]. In thesinstances]], it maappear]] like drawback]] buindividuals]actually]] have much more]] leveragsimply because]] they cadecide on]] whichevecenter]] thewant]] without threstrictions]] from healtinsurance companies]] that so manmen and women]face]]Likewise]]rehabilitation]programs]] wilfrequently]offer]] payment assistance foindividuals]] whose onloption]] is self payment thelp them get into]rehab]].

Medicaid

Medicare

Medicare recipientcan seek]rehabilitation]] adrug and alcohol]rehabilitation]centers]] whicdeliver]] either inpatient or outpatientreatment]when the]center]is in the]] network of Medicare-participating providers and with thconsent]] of their Medicare appointedoctor]], who musassist in]establishing]the person's]rehabilitation]strategy]]. Inpatienservices]] arprovided]] through MedicarPart A]], witout of pocket]] costs beinsimilar to]any other type]] of hospital stay, and outpatienrehab]] beinpaid for]] through MedicarMedicare Part B]].

State Financed Insurance (Other Than Medicaid)

State financed insurance other than Medicaican be used to]] covethe costs]] oalcohol and drug]rehabilitation]] iother forms]] of insurance or self paymenare not]a possibility]]When someone]doesn't have]] private insurance and doesn't yeknow whether]they may]qualify for]] state insurancethey should]check with]] their Social Services officin their]] area tdetermine]] if they are and thefill out an application]]Most]] state financed insuranccovers]] both outpatient and inpatientreatment]], buusually]] onlwithin the]] statwhich offers]the insurance]].

Private Health Insurance

Depending on whicplan]] you are covered by, all privathealth insurance]] plantypically]] covesome type of]alcohol and drug]rehab]] servicwhich range from]] outpatienrehab]] to inpatient or residentiadrug]rehab]centers]]. Individualmay have]to participate in]] alcohol and drug]treatment]program]which is]inside their]] network of providers anthere may be]] othelimitations]for example]the length of time]] their stay itreatment]] is covered. Individualcan select]a quality]program]they prefer]] anspeak with a]treatment]counselor]to find out]] if their insurancwill handle]] it.

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

Military insurancincluding]] VA and Tricare does covethe expenses]] ocertain]drug abuse]rehabilitation]services]]Detoxification]] services, outpatient and inpatienprograms]along with]] partial hospitalizatioare all]paid for by]] military insurance, although military membermay require]] pre-authorizatioand in that case]] they caspeak]] with their VA or Tricarrepresentative]]There may be]] somlimitations]about]just how long]] a stay in inpatienalcohol and drug]rehabilitation]] ipermitted]]and all of]] these questioncan be]] answerebefore beginning]treatment]so that it's]] cleajust how long]] and individuacan remain]] in thtreatment]facility]of choice]].

Sliding Fee Scale

A sliding fee scalcan be a]] payment assistancoption]available from]a variety of]drug]treatment]programs]to help]] helindividuals]afford]rehab]] where thimight not have]] beedoable]originally]]By way of example]], one client'price]] forehabilitation]may be]] different anless than]another person]] whosfinancial situation is]] bettewhich makes them]more prepared to]pay for the]] fulprice of]rehabilitation]]. Registrarconsider]other factors]apart from]] income includinnumber of]] dependentto ascertain the]final]] cosusing the]] sliding scale.

  • Swanson Center La Porte County
    Swanson Center La Porte County is a Drug Rehabilitation and Alcohol Rehab Center that is located at:

    1230 West State Road 2
    La Porte, IN. 46350

    If you would like to contact Swanson Center La Porte County, you can reach them at 219-362-2145.

    Swanson Center La Porte County offers the following treatment services: Substance Abuse Treatment Services, Outpatient, Adolescents, Persons With Co-Occurring Mental And Substance Abuse Disorders, Women, Men, Dui/Dwi Offenders, 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), Sliding Fee Scale (Fee Is Based On Income And Other Factors)