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Break the cycle of drug addiction starting with helpful resources about addiction and treatment. is a free resource provided by American Addiction Centers (AAC) to help you start your addiction recovery.

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Top-Rated Addiction and Dual Diagnosis Treatment

American Addiction Centers (AAC) is a trusted provider of evidence-based addiction and mental health treatment across the U.S.

We are committed to providing caring and compassionate support that meets each person where they’re at. Individualized addiction treatment plans are created to address your unique needs such as:

Co-occurring mental health conditions
Physical health
Medical complications

The REHAB Admissions process

It’s Not Too Late. Recovery From Drug Addiction is Possible.

Drug addiction is treatable and we’re here to support you on the recovery journey.

Making the choice to enter addiction treatment is a brave step toward a new life. We strive to make admissions as simple as possible so you can focus on what’s most important: healing and recovery.

Our caring admissions team is available 24/7 to take your call, listen to your story, and help find the right treatment for you or a loved one.

Insurance Options

What is Your Addiction Costing You?

The price of drug rehab may seem intimidating, but we’re here to help. You may be covered for rehab at an American Addiction Centers (AAC) facility.

How Do I Pay for Rehab?

Using Health Insurance for Rehab

Getting Rehab Without Insurance

Are you covered for addiction treatment? Find your insurance.

Treatment Near You

Rehabilitation Within Reach

Find the addiction treatment program that is right for you through our nationwide directory of substance use disorder treatment programs and drug rehab centers.

All drug rehab locations have the licensure to provide substance use treatment from a state’s substance use agency or a national accrediting body such as The Joint Commission, The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), or The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA).