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Antelope Recovery

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Palo Pinto House – Men’s

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The Marnell House – Women’s

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Acceptance Recovery Counseling

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Eleven 11 Recovery : Addiction Treatment Center Orange County, California

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Your Recovery Counseling

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Clear Recovery Center – Detox

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Clear Recovery Center – Residential Rehab

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Clear Recovery Center – Dual-Diagnosis Outpatient Center

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Addiction Practice

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Clean Treatment Center

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Zenith Academy

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Addiction Resource Center LLC.

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Hillside Detox Center

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Achieve Wellness & Recovery Center

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Vital Transitions Behavioral Healthcare

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Jewel City (JC) Treatment Center

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Paramount Recovery Centers

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Upper Path Recovery

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Rogerian Solutions DUI Evaluation and DUI Classes

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Bright Futures Ahead

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Profound Treatment LA

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Tarzana Recovery Center

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Gloria Recovery Center

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Ocean Ridge Treatment and Recovery

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Symetria – Vernon Hills Outpatient Rehab & Suboxone Clinic

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Complete Wellness Addiction Center

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A.R.I.S.E. Community Solutions

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Neartown Inc

Leech Lake Mens Outpatient Program

Court Ordered Drug Rehab

Andrew McKenna - Expert Content Editor

Updated: 04-30-2024

Court-Ordered Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers

Can I Go to Rehab Instead of Jail? Short Answer, Yes. Alcohol and drug addiction can take you to undignified and often dangerous places, alienating you from family, friends, and employers—it can also land you or your loved one in serious legal jeopardy. Studies show alcohol, opioids, meth, and cocaine are the four addictive substances most commonly linked to crime. Whether it’s because of a DUI, overdose incident, assault, theft—or any other substance use-related infraction—incarceration is a very real possibility. Fortunately, more and more jurisdictions offer offenders the chance to participate in drug courts or treatment courts as an alternative to incarceration. Often these courts will choose a treatment center for you, but just as often, they will allow you to find your own rehab. Either way, here is what you can expect:

What Happens in Court-Ordered Rehab?

If you or your loved one is incarcerated, or released on bail, you will need to complete court-ordered rehab as a condition of your release from jail, or as a condition of probation. You will have to work closely with your case manager, legal advocate, or court liaison at your treatment center, and comply with all program requirements. This includes completing the proper paperwork, taking part in treatment sessions, and attending court hearings as necessary. The determination of whether you attend inpatient or outpatient treatment will depend on a variety of factors, including the scope and severity of your crime, your substance use history, and other assessments.

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Find a Court-Ordered Rehab Center Near Your Location

If you’ve been ordered by a judge to attend rehab but must find a facility on your own, use our directory. Court-ordered drug rehabs are tailored for clients referred from the court/judicial system. Court-ordered addiction treatment is a much better rehabilitation alternative to jail or prison. Take advantage of this opportunity and get the help you need now. We have segmented the court-ordered treatment centers for your convenience.