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The Pride Institute


Vital Transitions Behavioral Healthcare


Eagle Creek Ranch Recovery


Tarzana Recovery Center


Ocean Ridge Treatment and Recovery


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


Leech Lake Mens Outpatient Program

Central Iowa Psychological Services

Vanity Wellness Center


Chalmers P Wylie VA ACC Recovery Services

Little Hill Alina Lodge

Bay Mills Health Center Substance Abuse Program

Sault Tribe Health and Human Services Behavioral Health Program

Self Help Addiction Rehab (SHAR) Main

Ten Sixteen Recovery Network

Life Recovery Services


JourneyPure – Alcohol & Drug Rehab


JourneyPure – Tennessee Alcohol & Drug Rehab


Eastern Shoshone Recovery Program Eastern Shoshone Tribe

Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center Sheridan County Outpatient Clinic

Winnebago Mental Health Institute

Spring Street Counseling Center

Hudson Hospital and Clinics Programs for Change

Sea Mar Behavioral Health Bellingham

Consejo Counseling and Referral Servs Tacoma Branch

Seattle Indian Health Board

Canyon Park Treatment Solutions

Awakenings Inc

Social Treatment Opportunity Programs (STOP)/Tacoma

Adonai Counseling and Employment

Native Native American/Indigenous Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers

Andrew McKenna - Expert Content Editor

Updated 04/30/2024

Native Native American/Indigenous Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers

The Native-American and Indigenous populations in the United States have, for centuries, faced marginalization and trauma that can still be felt and seen today. These issues are often internalized and cemented in social and family structures and dealt with by self-medication using drugs and alcohol. Separate and apart from these macro issues are any number of personal everyday mental health factors that can lead to addiction.

What Does The Data Say?

According to data from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Survey on Drug Use and Health, American Indians and Alaska Natives have a substance use disorder prevalence rate of over 10% among those aged 18 and above. Within these vulnerable communities, marijuana and non medical use of prescription psychotherapeutic drugs are the top substances of misuse.

What Does “Indigenous” or “Native-American” Rehab Look Like?

Rehab centers for Indigenous or Native-American individuals offer identity-affirming therapies that speak to clients’ inherent cultural struggles and address how they are linked to Substance Use Disorder. These programs very often include a combination of group therapy, individualized counseling, and supplemental therapies to provide a well-rounded recovery experience. The daily and long-term struggles of Native-American and Indigenous people can affect family structures, professional stability, and all other areas of life. It is important to get addiction treatment that addresses all these issues, so you or your loved one can build a life in recovery that’s more about living and less about “giving up” alcohol or other drugs.

Find the Right Addiction Treatment Center

If you or someone you care about is a member of the Indigenous or Native-American community and needs help with Substance Use Disorder, you can use our directory to find addiction treatment.