Below is a comprehensive directory of drug & alcohol substance abuse treatment programs in Palmer, Michigan.
The closest rehabilitation provider to you is 5.03 miles away. If you can't find an addiction treatment provider close to you, we recommend checking out nearby towns including: Negaunee, National Mine, Ishpeming, and West Ishpeming.
Finding Palmer, MI Addiction Recovery
There are a variety of drug & alcohol rehab options in Palmer, MI and the surrounding areas. Addiction Treatment Magazine has built the internet’s largest directory of addiction treatment providers to assist you or a loved one find the best treatment plan to get sober. Along with drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers, provides all of the Palmer Alcoholics Anonymous meetings for those in search of meetings or already sober.
The drug & alcohol rehab centers below are listed in order of distance to the center of Palmer, MI. To get more more information on any of the select drug & alcohol rehabs, such as type of care, addiction treatment setting, insurances accepted and more, click on the listing.
Types of Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment & Rehabilitation Centers in Palmer
There are many types of substance abuse treatment, and not all addiction recovery centers offer all levels of care. Depending on your drug of choice, the length of time you have been using, your history with treatment, your home environment, and your support system, one level of care may be better for you than another. For example, if you are addicted to alcohol, heroin, crack cocaine or methamphetamine, then detox is likely the first type of treatment needed to ensure safety during withdrawal. On the other hand, if there are mentions of suicide, then inpatient rehab is ideal so that the various symptoms can be treated immediately.
Outpatient Treatment: Requires regular sessions with addiction and recovery professionals, lets you to stay in your current residence and continue with your day-to-day engagements such as your job, school, your wife and kids, and is best when a supportive, safe home environment exists.
IOP: Requires 15-20 hours of addiction and recovery programming each week, you live in a sober home or halfway house and is often implemented following a 30-day program.
Partial Hospitalization Program: 25-30 hours of therapy and other treatment-related meetings each week, used to lower rates of inpatient treatment and should be offered to drug & alcohol abusers who have relapse multiple times previously.
Residential Treatment: 30 + hours of therapy and other treatment-related meetings and 24/7 care.
Inpatient Treatment: Short term care with only 4-6 hours of therapy and other treatment-related meetings used to provide observation and therapy to reduce self-harm and 24/7 monitoring. This is also referred to as Baker Acting.
Detox: Short term treatment with 24/7 care to address withdrawal symptoms.
Insurance and Costs Associated With Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment in Palmer, MI
Substance Abuse Treatment & Rehabilitation in Palmer and across the country can be very expensive. If you have private insurance, most substance abuse treatment & rehabilitation treatment centers will be able to accommodate you for detox, inpatient, and continuing care. If you do not have insurance], you will need to either secure private funding or a government funded/medicaid facility.
Most of the major private insurance companies such as Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, United Health, Cigna, and others will cover both in and out of network treatment centers. Whether you have a PPO insurance policy, HMO, medicare or medicaid, give us a call today and we’ll assist in locating the best Palmer, MI drug and alcohol rehab center.
Determining the Ideal Palmer, MI Addiction Recovery Center
One of the most important factors in drug & alcohol rehab is that the addict receives individual treatment based on their specific needs and diagnosis. The drug & alcohol rehab facility in Palmer that you land on should offer a full clinical assessment before determining whether they are a good clinical fit for you or a loved one. The facility will also have to verify your insurance benefits to determine how the patient will be paying for the treatment stay. Even if you have high coverage insurance, you may still owe a deductible or some out of scope expenses. To learn more about Palmer drug & alcohol rehab centers and how to get admitted, give us a call today!