Types of Drug and Alcohol Rehabs in Vermont
The population of Vermont is 608,822. There are a number of different substances abused in Vermont, but the most common are: marijuana, cocaine, meth, alcohol, heroin, morphine, hydrocodone, hashish, codeine, adderal, librium, and suboxone. If you or someone you know in Vermont are struggling with substance abuse, there are 67 alcohol and drug rehab facilities in the Vermont area just waiting for you to call and to say that you need help.
Substance Abuse Treatment Service Settings and Treatment Approaches in Vermont
There are too many individuals in Vermont addicted to alcohol and drugs that do not know what to do to improve their condition of life. We are here to make sure that those individuals needing help for their addiction are aware that there are alcohol and drug rehab programs that serve the Vermont area. These are some of the types of treatment centers available in Vermont: inpatient rehab centers, short term treatment facilities, long term addiction treatment centers, outpatient individual counseling, detox programs and other options. These alcohol and drug rehab centers in Vermont provide several different types of treatment such as relapse prevention, behavior modification, cognitive/behavior therapy, vocational rehabilitation services, group therapy, cognitive/behavior therapy and others.
Special Programs for Alcohol and Drug Treatment and Forms of Payment Accepted in Vermont
Because addiction treatment is not a "one size fits all situation", facilities in Vermont offer special programs for residential beds for client's children, housing services, clients referred from the court/judicial system, treatment for spanish-speaking clients, clients with HIV/AIDS, veterans, and others. Substance abuse treatment can be paid for in several different ways such as private medical insurance, private pay, medicare, medicaid, military insurance, access to recovery (atr) voucher, other state funds and other methods of payment in the listings below that service the Vermont area.
If you are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol and live in Vermont, there are addiction treatment centers that can give you the help you need to start on the road to recovery.