Mississippi Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers

    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.

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    More Treatment Centers in Mississippi

    Extra Mile Recovery for Men
    720 Oak Grove Rd. #5 Mantachie, MS 38855
    Home of Grace for Men
    14200 Jericho Road Vancleave, MS 39565
    JourneyPure - Southaven
    6858 Swinnea Road, 1B Rutland Place Southhaven, MS 38671
    Home of Grace for Women
    7112 Home of Grace Drive Gautier, MS 39553
    Parkwood Behavioral Health System
    8135 Goodman Road Olive Branch, MS 38654
    Addiction Campuses of Mississippi
    8829 Centre Street Southaven, MS 38671
    Mississippi Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center
    13251 Reece Bergeron Road Biloxi, MS 39532
    The Friendship Connection
    1480 Raymond Road Jackson, MS 39204
    Clearview Recovery Center
    3 Clearview Circle Moselle, MS 39459
    Turning Point
    340 Stateline Rd W. Southaven, MS 38671
    Weems Community Mental Health Center
    1415 College Dr. Meridian, MS 39307
    Harbor House Chemical Dependency Services
    5354 I-55 South Frontage Road East Jackson, MS 39272
    Region 8 Alcohol & Drug Treatment Services
    3112 Simpson Highway 13 Mendenhall, MS 39114
    Summit Group Home
    301 Robb Street Summit, MS 39666
    Jolimar Recovery Center
    1038 River Ridge Road Summit, MS 39666
    Oak Arbor Transitional Living
    4507 U S Highway 49 Hattiesburg, MS 39401
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      Information about rehab in Mississippi

      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:

      • In 2014, there was an average of 1.1 opioid prescriptions written for every single Mississippi resident.3
      • Hydrocodone was the most commonly prescribed opioid (2,020,974 prescriptions), followed by tramadol (521,093 prescriptions), and oxycodone (449,243 prescriptions).3
      • Between 2010 to 2011, 142 babies were born with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) because their mothers used opioids during pregnancy. There were 2.7 NAS-related hospitalizations per every 1,000 neonatal stays.4

      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:

      • Ask the treatment center if they have financing options, payment plans, or sliding scale fees for which you may be eligible.
      • Verify that your insurance plan will cover all or part of your treatment.
      • Apply for government grants if you’re eligible.
      • As for support from loved ones.

      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:

      • Mississippi Department of Mental Health, Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Abuse: This site provides resources on substance abuse, counseling, residential services, prevention efforts, and employee assistance programs.
      • Mississippi Helpline: This helpline operates 24 hours a day to help you or a loved one find support in a crisis. You can also learn more about the services offered by the state’s department of mental health. Reach the helpline at 1-877-210-8513.
      • Mississippi Division of Medicaid: Visit this site for more information about Medicaid eligibility and what addiction services are covered under the Medicaid program.
      • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: If you or a loved one is experiencing a crisis and in danger of hurting yourself or others, don’t hesitate to call the Suicide Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 for help.
      • Behavioral Health Treatment Services Locator: This locator tool provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration allows you to search for treatment options by zip code to find a center here in Mississippi or anywhere in the country you choose to travel to.


      1. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2015). Key Substance Use and Mental Health Indicators in the United States: Results from the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health.
      2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2017). Opioid Overdose.
      3. Mississippi State Department of Health. (2017). Prescriptions for Opioid Analgesics in Mississippi: Numbers, Rates and Trend Analysis, 2011-2014.
      4. Mississippi State Department of Health. (2016). Hospitalizations for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome in Mississippi, 2010-2011.
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