Avery Road Treatment Center provides residential, non-hospital detoxification and intermediate care services for adults.
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation in Naples is a detox clinic and Treatment Center and long-term rehab for men and women.
Spring Reins of Hope is a ground-breaking program offering Equine Assisted services which are designed to generate personal resources and empowerment.
Having been a leading provider of addiction recovery services for nearly 70 years, Hazelden treatment centers joined forces with Betty Ford Center in 2014 to deliver the very best residential and outpatient clinical care, education and research in the field of addiction treatment and recovery.
The Avery Road Combined Care (ARCC) facility is managed by Maryland Treatment Centers, Inc. through a contract with Montgomery County. ARCC provide clinically managed medium intensity residential services for adult males and females and Intensive Outpatient Services and outpatient mental health services for adult males and females.
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation in Rancho Mirage is a treatment facility and sober living home that provides inpatient detoxification services for men and women. The facility accepts clients on opioid medication.
Women-only treatment center, offering both in- and outpatient treatment services. Private rooms available.
The Coastal Recovery Center is a premier provider of opiate detox and methadone and Suboxone treatment in the Los Angeles area.
Chicago Independence is a drug and alcohol rehab for adolescents and adults. We are based in Chicago, Illinois. Our focus is on residential addiction treatment. Chicago Independence further specializes in the provision of an intensive outpatient program (IOP) and the treatment of co-occuring disorders.
A certified massive foundation dedicated to providing low cost substance abuse care to those in need and without financial resources to pay. Free for those without insurance or means. Comprehensive rehabs for both men and women, certified, well respected and using best practices. Very worth a phone call to find out about a referral into the program as well as to inquire about possible wait times.