Intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) Drug Rehab Facilities in Kansas, United States

Intensive Outpatient Drug Rehab FacilitiesIntensive outpatient (IOP) drug rehab provides a longer and more in-depth level of care than traditional outpatient treatment. While each facility’s IOP program is different in terms of scheduling, these programs typically run three to five days per week and last around three months, depending upon patients’ progress and ongoing care needs. IOP generally consists of group therapy, individualized counseling and supplemental therapies, like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). IOP is often covered by insurance and Medicaid to make treatment affordable for you or your loved one. Contact a member of our admissions team to find IOP treatment in your area.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) Rehab Centers  in Kansas, United States

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City On a Hill

High Plains Mental Health Center GoodIand Branch Office

City On a Hill Liberal

Cimmarron Basin Community Corrections Alcohol/Drug Treatment Program

Compass Behavioral Health

City On a Hill

High Plains Mental Health Center Norton Branch Office

Valley Hope Norton

Dream Inc

Pawnee Mental Health Services

Kansas Drug Rehab Centers

Kansas Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers

Kansas residents are facing a variety of substance use threats, from alcohol to meth to opioids, specifically synthetic opioids like Fentanyl. Though we may not often think of the state as having a drug problem, its population has not been immune to the national crisis of drug overdose. Data from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment indicate that overdose fatalities increased in Kansas by 24 percent, from 393 to 477.

Out of the 477 overdoses in 2020, the KDHE said 183 involved psychostimulants like methamphetamine, 161 involved synthetic opioids like fentanyl, and 71 involved prescription opioids. If you or your loved one are struggling with substance use disorder in Kansas, there is help out there, and it may be closer than you think.

What Substance Abuse Treatment Resources Are Available in Kansas?

Behavioral health services in Kansas are administered by the state’s Department of Aging and Disability Services, which offers a variety of substance abuse treatment resources, including but not limited to:

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ll of these programs are covered by different types of payment methods, depending upon which you choose. Some treatment centers will be covered by Medicare and Medicaid and employer-based health insurance.

Take the First Step toward Help for Addiction

Our representatives are standing by to help you or your loved one find a Kansas drug or alcohol rehab center that works best for your care needs and lifestyle. We’ll check our extensive database of Kansas rehab centers to find the best one for you. Call now and take the first step toward recovery and a better tomorrow.

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