Medicare in NY
Medicare is a joint state-federal fund for free and compulsory rehab treatment for low income persons above the age of 65. According to survey reports released by National Substance Abuse Index (NSAI), there were 305,594 persons addicted to illegal drugs and alcohol. Out of them, 2139 (0.7%) were above 65. 1471 were addicted to alcohol, and 113 took heroin regularly. The federal government announced a significant financial aid for treatment of this age group. However, financial aid is available to those below 65 also, provided they are disabled physically or mentally. Pregnant women and orphaned children too come under the purview of this grant. Our website has a comprehensive list of all New York rehabs which offer Medicare and other rehabilitation treatments. Get in touch with a facility to cure your addiction entirely. You can find their contact details and location from our website.
Substance abuse causes severe disorders of the brain, nerves, heart, and lungs. It causes chronic nosebleeds, cramps, disorientation, abdominal ache, and loss of motor skills, hallucination, obsessive-compulsive disorders, and many other psychiatric problems. If you don’t want to be counted as an addict in the next survey get in touch with a rehab today. Choose a healthy life.