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Ninilchik Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Centers


Drug Abuse and Rehabilitation Information

The major drug rehabilitation and alcohol treatment facility currently operating in the Ninilchik city area is called the Ninilchik Traditional Council Ninilchik Community Clinic. It is conveniently located at 15765 Kingsley Road. The primary focus of the facility is to provide a dedicated mixture of both substance abuse and mental health services to those in need. The primary type of care offered at this location is outpatient drug rehabilitation, though a variety of intensive outpatient treatment options (also commonly called IOP) are also available.

The facility accepts many different forms of payment depending on exactly what type of treatment a person is seeking. For both luxury and private drug rehab services, for example, self payment is always an option. Self payment can include personal checks, money orders, credit cards and cash. Private insurance is also accepted from companies like Oxford Health Plans, NGS Coresource, Guardian, Medical Mutual, Health Alliance and more.

For individuals in need of care but who are also worried about the current state of their finances, an income-based sliding fee scale is also available. The total fee will be adjusted based on a person's income, their current employment status or job prospects and based on other socio-economic considerations.

The facility in Ninilchik offers various drug rehabilitation and treatment programs to help rid people of the effects of substances like heroin, opiates, marijuana, K2, bath salts and more. Additionally, drug rehabilitation treatment for prescription drugs like Morphine, Adderall, Concerta, Ambien and even cough medicine are also available at the center.

Dual diagnosis drug rehabilitation is also one of the facility's specialties, which involves co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders.

Additionally, the facility offers a number of special programs including those that satisfy court ordered alcohol treatment requirements for people who have received one or more DUI or DWI driving offenses in the past.