Government (State) Drug Rehab Centers in Atlanta, Georgia, United States

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Government (State) Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers

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Updated: 04/30/2024

Government (State) Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers in Atlanta

Substance Use Disorder is a larger public health threat than ever. It affects every state and virtually every community within them. In response to the rampant escalation of Substance Use Disorder and the overdose crisis it has created, state government entities are providing more robust resources for individuals and families affected by this public health issue. State governments are providing more robust resources than ever to help their diverse populations access treatment when they need it. These facilities offer quality medical and behavioral care, often at a reduced cost compared to private facilities, and can also provide access to post-treatment referral resources like therapy when you complete your program.

What Kind of Services Do Government Drug Rehabs Offer?

While each state has different services available based on funding, the needs of their populations, and other factors, most offer a full array of treatment resources for a comprehensive continuum of care, including:

The quickest way to find out about what your state offers is to visit your state’s individual department of health and human services website or just contact the facility you’re considering directly to find out if they’re covered by state resources. These services are often pre-funded or covered by states’ Medicaid budgets.