Deciding to get help for a drug or alcohol addiction is one of the most important decisions you or a loved one may ever make. That decision could save your life, restore your health, and bring renewed happiness to you and your loved ones. But knowing where to get help and how to find the right treatment center can feel overwhelming.
Start your search for an addiction treatment center in Mississippi by browsing the facility listings below. You’ll find contact information, program details, and reviews from program alumni to help you may a decision that could change your life.
Mississippi Substance Abuse Facts
Substance abuse disorders are extremely common in the United States—in 2015 alone, more than 20 million people had a substance use disorder related to alcohol or illicit drug use.1
The number of drug overdoses involving opioids continues to be a major public health problem across the nation. In 2015, more than 33,000 people died from opioid overdose.2 Mississippi residents have felt the unfortunate consequences of the opioid epidemic:
Getting Help at Addiction Treatment Centers in Mississippi
There are numerous options for addiction treatment centers in Mississippi, including inpatient residential programs, outpatient services, and partial hospitalization programs.
To find out which Mississippi rehab center is best for you, begin by browsing through our directory of rehab centers to see what types of treatment programs are available in your area.
How Can I Pay for Treatment Centers in Mississippi?
If you’ve picked a Mississippi treatment center but aren’t sure how you’re going to pay for your program, there are several options you can try:
There may also be nonprofit treatment centers located in Mississippi that offer programs at very little or no cost. See the resources list below to learn about the availability of these programs.
Resources in Mississippi
Addiction centers, government services, nonprofits, churches, and community groups are all resources that can help you find the help you need to get clean and sober. Below are a few resources available in Mississippi: