State Substance Abuse Agency Drug Rehab Centers in Mississippi, United States

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Region 8 Mental Health Services Madison County Office

Essential Touchstones

Pathway Healthcare

Born Free New Beginnings Trt Program of Catholic Charities Inc

Vertava Health of Mississippi

Imagine Behavioral Health LLC

Lifecore Health Group Chickasaw County Office

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Greene County

Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Hancock County Office

Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Crossroads Recovery Center

Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Region 13

Mississippi Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center

Gulf Coast Veterans Healthcare System Biloxi

Stevens Center of Singing River Servs Region 14

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Perry County Office

Weems Community MH Center Clarke County Office

Clearview Recovery Center of Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources

Pine Grove BH and Addiction Servs

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Region 12 Oak Arbor

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Marion County Office

Weems Community MH Center Smith County Office

Serenity Summit LLC

Jolimar Recovery Center

Alliance Health Center DBA Alliance Health Center Inc

Meridian Treatment Center Metro Treatment of Mississippi LP

Mississippi State Hospital Substance Use Service

Region 8 Mental Health Services

Community Counseling Services Winston

Community Counseling Services Clay County Office

Region 8 Mental Health Services A and D Services

State Substance Abuse Agency Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers

Andrew McKenna - Expert Content Editor

Updated:06/29/2023

State Substance Abuse Agency Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Mississippi

When you or your loved one is going to rehab, you want to ensure that the facility you’re considering is safe, clean, and reputable. It’s also helpful to know that it’s backed by the state mental health entity where you live. State agency substance abuse rehab facilities are usually aligned with the Department of Health or Division of Mental Health in your state to provide care to residents who need it but may lack the means to seek addiction treatment from a private and usually more expensive facility. These agencies offer quality care, peace of mind, and assurance to those who need them.

What Do State Agency Rehabs Offer?

The exact scope of services offered by state-run rehab centers will vary based on location, funding, personnel, and other factors. Generally speaking; however, most offer coordination with detoxification (detox) and withdrawal management in a local hospital or another type of ambulatory center. State agency substance abuse rehab centers also offer inpatient and outpatient behavioral rehab to accommodate your care needs and lifestyle. These facilities will also offer case management services to help you get personalized care through each stage of your treatment, from start to finish. They also usually accept Medicare and Medicaid to make treatment more affordable.

Find A State-Run Rehab in Your Community

It can be hard navigating your way through the proverbial red tape to find a state-run treatment center. Our directory can help you quickly and efficiently find the right facility for you, whether you need inpatient or outpatient care. No matter what state you live in, you can use our comprehensive database of treatment centers to find the most affordable and highest-quality option. You don’t have to struggle with addiction on your own anymore.  Use our directory below to help you or a loved one find a State Substance Abuse Agency addiction treatment center.

Government organizations responsible for planning, organizing, delivering, and monitoring Substance Use Disorder services in their respective state.