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A Comprehensive Directory of Addiction treatment Centers in America.

14,515 Published Drug Rehabilitation Centers

4,129 Published Opioid Treatment Programs

Use The Drug Rehab “Near Me” Feature to Filter Drug Rehab Treatment Centers Near Your Current Location. You Can Set a Category or Add Additional Filters As Well.

20.4 million people in the United States were diagnosed with SUD in the past year.
Only 10.3 percent of people with past-year SUD received SUD treatment
Nearly 71,000 people died of drug overdoses in 2019 – NIDA

Mission: To reduce the impact of substance misuse by helping you or your loved one locate qualified drug rehabs and addiction treatment that are right for your individual situation.

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Our alcohol and drug addiction treatment directory is a comprehensive online database that provides information about various drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers in the United States. The directory offers a searchable database of rehab facilities that offer different types of addiction treatment services, such as inpatient, outpatient, detoxification, payment options, PHP, IOP, MAT, online, 12 step programs, and more. Users can filter their search based on specific criteria, such as location, type of addiction, insurance coverage, and treatment approach. Find rehabs in the United States for individuals seeking addiction treatment or their loved ones who are trying to find the best treatment options available.

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Here are some words to avoid that inadvertently pass judgement:

  • Old Term: Addict, Alcoholic, Junkie
  • New Term: A person with or suffering from a Substance Use Disorder (SUD)
  • Old Term: Lapse, Relapse, Slip
  • New Term: Resumed or experienced a “recurrence” of symptoms
  • Old Term: Clean
  • New Term: In remission or recovery
  • Old Term: Dirty
  • New Term: A person having a positive test results or showing signs of a substance use disorder

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Expert Content Editor/Reviewer – Andrew McKenna – JD

Andrew McKenna - Expert Content Editor
  • Deputy Director of NCADD Westchester
  • Television Contributor
  • Keynote Speaker
  • Former Marine Corps Captain
  • Former Federal Prosecutor
  • Published Author – Sheer Madness

“I strongly encourage people (and their loved ones) who struggle with addiction, to seek treatment immediately. Trained professionals who specialize in addiction medicine can help you. Treatment centers can provide safe detoxification, in-patient treatment, partial hospitalization, and intensive out-patient treatment services to help you.”

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Narcan, also known as naloxone, is a life-saving medication used to reverse the effects of opioid overdose. It works by quickly binding to the same receptors in the brain that opioids target, effectively blocking their effects and restoring normal breathing and consciousness to the individual in distress. Narcan is administered via intranasal spray or injection and is commonly carried by first responders, healthcare professionals, and in some cases, even by individuals at risk of opioid overdose or their family members. Its rapid action and accessibility have made it a crucial tool in the fight against opioid overdoses, helping to save countless lives and providing a critical second chance for those struggling with opioid addiction.

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