Once you have decided that you’d like to seek treatment for your problem with drug or alcohol abuse, the next step is finding a recovery program that suits your individual needs. There are several types of addiction treatment in Kansas, including inpatient and outpatient programs. What is beneficial for one person may not be helpful for another. It’s important that you do your research and figure out what qualities are most important to you. Begin your search here.
Great place to be at! Great support system and gorgeous facility! Staff was amazing!
My loved one has been in recovery for 25 years w/o relapse after treatment. Family oriented was a strength. Location was a weakness.
Good counseling, needs more availablity. My uncle seems to have done well so far from them. I hope hes on the right track. He needs the help
Compulsive substance abuse, which is a major public health problem, is risky and harmful to a person’s physical and mental health. Across the country, people are plagued by drug or alcohol issues, and Kansas residents are no exception. The following statistics about substance abuse amongst Kansas residents aged 12 or older provide a small snapshot of the problem. In 2015:1
In 2015 in a single-day count, approximately 11,471 people were receiving substance addiction treatment services in Kansas.2 While this number is an increase from a single-day estimate from 2013, there is still a large number of people who fail to access the services of a Kansas rehabilitation program and continue to suffer the destructive consequences of addiction. Professional treatment services can provide people with the support and care necessary to get sober.
Finding treatment can be a difficult prospect when you’re overwhelmed with options. If you don’t know where to begin, call our 24-hour, confidential hotline at to speak to a recovery representative about your substance abuse treatment options.
If you’ve found facilities in the directory but want to learn more, don’t hesitate to call the programs directly to get details on how treatment program operates. Creating a list of questions to ask based on your preferences can be helpful. Examples of questions include:
Other questions may come up while you are on the search for the best fit for you. Your priorities and preferences may change as well as you begin to learn more about each program.
Once you have made the commitment to seek help for your addiction to drugs or alcohol, you may be wondering how you can pay for your treatment, especially if you have no insurance or minimal coverage. If this situation applies, there are several potential avenues of funding that may serve as an alternative to insurance coverage or out-of-pocket expenditure, including:
Below is a list of resources available in Kansas and nationally:
It takes courage to pick up the phone and make that initial call that’s going to make a positive change in your life.