Are There Any Free Programs in the US for Drug Addiction?

Question by ol’ hippy girl: Are there any free programs in the US for drug addiction?
We are looking for a good program for our daughter- Oxycontin addiction. She has been in and out of rehab…to suboxene treatment centers. She has done all but completely break us financially.
We can’t afford another rehab- since she’s over 18 -are there any programs SHE could check into without us getting involved with the money end?

Best answer:

Answer by little78lucky
go to the mental health clinic in your town, they have sliding pay scales and a lot of free addiction groups

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One Response to Are There Any Free Programs in the US for Drug Addiction?

  • cynical14ever says:

    Yes, there are many programs that are free and available in every state including The Salvation Army, Catholic Charities, and Rescue Missions. I will put your post on my watchlist and if you post what state she lives in I can give you a list of free resources for addicts that I have compiled for every state.

    And, yes I noticed the big SHE, which tells me that you realize that SHE is the one that has to do the work to not only make the calls but work her own recovery. Oxy is a bad one, but I also know of many success stories, including the son of one of my best friends.

    You can also contact me at [email protected] and I can e-mail them to you.

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