Types of Alcohol and Drug Rehabs in Tennessee
Currently the population of Tennessee is approximately 5,681,723. The most common substances abused in Tennessee are: meth, heroin, marijuana, alcohol, cocaine, dilaudid, lortab, molly, ketamine, adderal, librium, and suboxone. There are just over 272 various types of addiction treatment centers available to addicts in the Tennessee area.
As it is in many cities, some of the youth population start using alcohol and drugs early on in life and become addicted, often in their teen years, and Tennessee is no exception. It is also not uncommon to see people that are addicted to substances late in life, in their senior years. Drug addiction and alcoholism knows no age limit. That is why the people of Tennessee benefit from the treatment resources available to assist people of all ages struggling with addiction. This is why there is a need for the drug and alcohol rehab centers in Tennessee.
Alcohol and Drug Treatment Service Settings and Treatment Approaches in Tennessee
There are long term rehabs, inpatient detoxification centers, inpatient rehabs, outpatient individual counseling, short term addiction treatment programs and other options . These centers in Tennessee provide various types of treatment including motivational interviewing, trauma therapy, couple/family therapy, anger management, behavior modification, brief intervention approach and others.
Special Programs for Drug and Alcohol Treatment and Forms of Payment Accepted in Tennessee
Because addiction treatment is not a "one size fits all" situation, rehabs in Tennessee offer special programs for substance abuse education, legal advocacy, persons with post-traumatic stress disorder, persons who have experienced sexual abuse, transgender or (LGBT) clients, clients with HIV/AIDS, and others. Addiction treatment can be paid for in several different ways: cash or self-payment, private insurance, military insurance, sliding fee scale, county or local government funds, state education funds and other methods of payment in the listings below that service the Tennessee area.
As you can see, if you reside in Tennessee and you are struggling with a substance abuse issue there are centers that can help you on your road to recovery.