Do you want to get help for a drug or substance abuse problem but are worried about costs? It can be difficult for many, particularly for those with low incomes, to seek health care. According to the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA), drug addiction is considered a chronic-relapsing disease, and like most diseases, it is essential to seek treatment and get help to manage the disease.
In the state of Kansas, you may be eligible for Medicaid. Medicaid is a health and long-term care program, which is administered by each state. Each state is required to meet certain requirements set by the federal government such as providing services to pregnant women with low-income or to children to live on or below the poverty line. In Kansas, Medicaid is administered by the Kansas Health Policy Authority (KHPA). Some long-term care services, such as nursing facilities, are administered by the Kansas Department of Aging and the Kansas Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services. Regarding drug rehabilitation centers, there are authorized Medicaid providers in Kansas. Although choices of substance abuse treatment centers and rehabilitation facilities might be more limited under the Medicaid scheme, if you are eligible for Medicaid, it is worth looking into facilities that have a Medicaid option. Our website contains more information about authorized Medicaid providers in Kansas.
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