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      Find An Addiction Rehab In Indiana Today

      It is imperative that you call now for a free confidential assessment for drug & alcohol rehab centers in Indiana. We are professionals who can help get you or a loved in the right facility depending upon your needs don't wait, call now!

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      Treatment can and does save lives. Whether it’s your first time looking into treatment or you’ve been before, you can still find freedom from substances. By no means is treatment a “cure” or some sort of quick fix—it’s a stepping stone on the route to long-term sobriety. But, with the right motivation to change, time in a treatment program can make a huge difference.

      It’s important that treatment be individualized, to suit the unique needs you or a loved one may have. As you look into an Indiana rehab, consider what kind of services you’re looking for in treatment. With almost 300 different rehabs in Indiana, you have plenty of choices.

      The most popular form of treatment in the state is outpatient care. It’s a common choice because clients have the freedom to work and live at home while attending treatment. Outpatient is also a common form of continuing care for people after inpatient treatment.

      An inpatient rehab is a residential facility that offers more intensive care and 24/7 access to support. Many studies show inpatient treatment has better treatment outcomes, but the most important factor truly is how much time is dedicated to treatment services and involvement.

      No matter which level of care you choose, ask each facility about their specializations. There are some dual diagnosis rehabs in Indiana, which treat mental heath and substance abuse issues. You’ll also find programs tailored towards certain groups, like trauma survivors, abuse victims, or veterans. Consider possible underlying factors and conditions that contribute to substance abuse, so the treatment program you choose can best treat those issues, too.

      Select a Rehab Center by County

      Indiana has one of the fastest growing overdose death rates in the country. In many counties, overdose deaths have more than quadrupled in the past 4 years—many of these heroin-related. Though alcohol and marijuana have remained popular substances of abuse, the state has seen a serious surge in abuse of opioid pain relievers, heroin, fentanyl, and methamphetamine.

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      Finding the right help for yourself or a loved one can be an overwhelming and stressful process. If you are feeling overwhelmed, please feel free to call our sponsored hotline. Start the road to recovery today!

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      Indiana—Working to Eliminate Addiction’s Stigmas

      As child abuse and neglect has increased, along with incarcerations, Indiana is working to improve its treatment and prevention efforts. Many of these people are dealing with more than just one issue—like mental health, substance abuse, and poverty. So the state is trying to shift its approach from prohibition to prevention, and from the criminal justice system to treatment. State leaders and lawmakers are encouraging an empathetic approach, to understand that those addicted are in need of help.

      As Indiana works to save lives in the opioid crisis, its treatment programs are improving to better serve those in need. If you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse, there is a way out. Call us today to talk to one of our representatives, who can help you find the right rehab in Indiana: 1-866-317-7050.

      • More than 500,000 people in Indiana are dependent upon or abusing substances each year.
      • Indiana’s rate of heavy alcohol use among the adult population (7.3%) is significantly higher than the average for the entire nation’s population (6.7%).
      • Among people who need treatment in the state, around 10% to 13% of them receive treatment services
      • Of the people in treatment in Indiana during 2015, alcohol and marijuana were the most commonly reported as primary substances of abuse.
      • In the same year, heroin, other opiates, and amphetamines ranked just behind alcohol and marijuana.

      Getting Clean and Staying Sober in Indiana

      There are some services you should expect from an Indiana rehab:

      • Substance abuse assessments
      • Screenings for mental health disorders
      • Individual, group, and family counseling.
      • Relapse-prevention training
      • Work with 12-step groups
      • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)

      Indiana’s Advocates for Recovery

      • In Indiana’s Family and Social Services Administration, there is a Division of Mental Health and Addiction (DMHA), which funds prevention efforts and helps people in the state find the treatment they need. The DMHA works with a network of behavioral health care providers in the state, and operates six state-run psychiatric hospitals.
      • The Governor’s Commission for a Drug-Free Indiana (DFI) works to improve the state’s prevention strategies and drug policies. The commission assists local councils in developing plans and funding strategies to increase access to treatment.
      • The Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition (IAIC) is a not-for-profit organization that advocates on behalf of people struggling with addiction. Their goal is to promote recovery as a way out of addiction, through their advocacy efforts, public education, service work, and community events.
      • The Indiana Recovery Alliance (IRA) is a group dedicated to prevention efforts and recovery advocacy, consisting of many active and former drug users. Among their many services, the IRA is well-known for the syringe exchange program that they operate.
      • The Indiana Prevention Resource Center (IPRC) is a research group affiliated with Indiana University, seeking to better inform professionals, volunteers, and government officials in the prevention community. Their mission is to strengthen the state’s behavioral health system, and promote prevention, treatment, and recovery.
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