Drug & Alcohol Rehab Centers In Mississippi
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Deciding to seek treatment for substance abuse is the first step towards recovery. You or your loved one can choose from almost 100 different rehabs across the state of Mississippi. The first decision that will narrow down your search is deciding between inpatient or outpatient treatment.
There are fewer inpatient rehabs in Mississippi, but treatment at these facilities is often more involved and comprehensive. Clients are residents of an inpatient rehab for a period of time, which gives them access to constant care, therapy, and support. Inpatient facilities offer a layer of safety, keeping clients separated from their home lives and possible temptations to relapse. Inpatient rehab typically is a more intensive form of treatment and it’s often a key factor in maintaining long-term recovery.
There are also outpatient rehabs, where clients participate in daytime treatment services. For many people, outpatient is a great option that offers stability after inpatient and during their transition back into work and family life. For others who are unable to make arrangements for inpatient treatment, outpatient is a more flexible option that still has the potential to be life-changing—always provided that the individual puts in the work towards their recovery.
Select a Rehab Center by County
Addiction in Mississippi continues to bring major harm to the state’s communities. Currently, more than half of the children in Mississippi state custody come from homes where one or more parents are suffering from substance abuse. Alcohol, marijuana, and amphetamines remain popular substances of abuse in the state, but opioid abuse is on the rise. During the entire year of 2011, there was only one heroin overdose death. In 2014, there were 23 heroin deaths and 64 prescription opioid deaths across the state.
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Amite County/Wilkinson County
Bolivar County/Sunflower County
Choctaw County/Webster County
Greene County/Wayne County
Jefferson Davis County
Kemper County/Neshoba County
Lamar County/Forrest County
Lamar County/Pearl River County
Lincoln County/Copiah County
Monroe County/Lee County
Newton County/Neshoba County
Newton County/Scott County
Oktibbeha County/Webster County
Panola County/Quitman County
Pearl River County
Prentiss County/Lee County
Rankin County/Hinds County/Madis
Scott County/Leake County
Union County/Pontotoc County/Lee
Mississippi—Strengthening its Communities through Recovery
Mississippi’s Department of Mental Health is bolstering its prevention efforts and changing its approach to treatment. The state is working to incorporate more community-based treatment services, in order to make services more accessible to communities in need. State leaders are establishing special programs to reduce drug use, especially among parents with substance use disorders who need treatment.
Treatment is not a “cure,” but it can open the door to a new life of freedom. There is a quality rehab in Mississippi that can help you or your loved one recover from substance abuse, and now is the time to ask for help. Call us today and one of our friendly representatives can walk you through the process: 1-866-207-7436.
- Over 200,000 people in Mississippi are abusing or dependent on alcohol and/or drugs each year.
- Less than 8% of the people who are in need of treatment in the state actually receive services.
- Among people in treatment in Mississippi during 2015, the most common primary substance of abuse was alcohol, or alcohol with a secondary drug.
- Marijuana, amphetamines, and opiates other than heroin were also common primary substances of abuse that year.
- Around 50% of Mississippi’s 2015 treatment admissions were between the ages of 21 and 35.
Recovering in Mississippi
Most inpatient and outpatient rehabs in Mississippi conduct these services :
- Substance abuse counseling
- Anger management
- Individual, group, and family therapy.
- Relapse prevention groups
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Involvement with 12-step work
Substance Abuse & Recovery Organizations in Mississippi
- The Mississippi Department of Mental Health (MDMH) manages the state’s substance abuse prevention and treatment services through the Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Services. The Bureau monitors and evaluates the state’s system of services, always working to improve treatment and prevent illness.
- The MDHM provides both outpatient and residential treatment services through Community Mental Health Centers (CMHC). These CMHCs are working towards providing a full range of treatment options—including employee assistance programs, transitional housing, and aftercare services—to each region across the state.
- The Mississippi Coalition of Partners in Prevention is involved with colleges and universities across the state. The coalition has established prevention programs like Under 21 Stay Dry, educating college students about substance abuse and its potential consequences.
- The Metro Jackson Community Prevention Coalition (MJSPC) works to provide substance abuse prevention programs to young people and hard to reach populations in communities across Jackson, Mississippi. The coalition conducts community training and presentations on substance abuse, while also providing referral services for people in need of treatment.
- DREAM of Hattiesburg is a non-profit prevention agency committed to preventing and reducing the abuse of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. In South Mississippi, the group distributes educational materials about substance abuse and offers different kinds of community involvement activities.