The prescription drug addiction epidemic that has consumed the United States has hit the state of Indiana particularly hard. The Indiana State Department of Health reports that in 2017, there were 899 prescription opioid-related overdose deaths, 290 deaths from benzodiazepine (benzo) overdose, and more than 200 deaths resulting from prescription and illicit stimulants. That same year, there were over 20,000 non-fatal emergency department visits for drug use, most of which were directly attributable to some type of prescription substance. The escalating fatality rate for prescription drug-related abuse has mandated the establishment of more and more rehab facilities to help patients overcome these drugs before it’s too late.
Indiana is currently home to hundreds of prescription drug rehab programs that offer inpatient, outpatient partial hospitalization, and long-term care for all types of patients. These programs offer expert treatment for prescription opioids, benzos, stimulants, and more. Prescription drug rehab requires a customized blend of therapies to help patients address the behavioral aspects of their substance use so they can live healthy and independent lives. These programs include a combination of group therapy, individualized counseling, and supplemental therapies. Most Indiana prescription drug rehab programs work with patients and their loved ones to make treatment more accessible whether it’s through Medicaid or state subsidies, private health insurance, scholarships, or by any other means.
Indiana prescription drug rehab programs are situated all over the state.
Some of the treatment facilities that take Medicaid and Medicare include:
Some of the facilities that offer inpatient care for prescription drug rehab include Recovery Works in Merrillville; Options Behavioral House in Indianapolis; and Ambrosia Treatment Center in Evansville. Get the help you need now for your prescription drug abuse and addiction.
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