Medicaid is a joint state-federal financial grant for the economically eligible for compulsory substance abuse rehabilitation. The grant covers low income women and men, the disabled and the elderly who are not able to afford rehab treatment. According to reports released by National Substance Abuse Index (NSAI), there were 305,594 persons admitted in the New York rehabs in 2006. Among them, 14,362 were between the ages of 11 and 17. 36,275 were addicted to marijuana and 56,704 were dependants of heroin. According to State Health Facts and Kaiser Family Foundation, New York received a grant of more than $50 billion to be used for three years. This is a 9.2% growth from spending in 1999-2001.
To help someone eliminate their addictions, and lead a healthy life, call up a rehab immediately. If you suffer from dependency on alcohol or illegal drugs, reach out for rehab treatment before it’s too late. Our website has the complete list of rehabs in New York that provide Medicaid facilities to low income substance abuse victims. Drug abuse, if untreated leads to permanent physical and mental disorders, and often proves fatal. Call up a rehab today. Avail of the federal grant to a healthy life.
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