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Tok Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Centers


Drug Abuse and Rehabilitation Information

The major drug rehabilitation and alcohol treatment facility in the Tok city area is called the Upper Tanana Alcohol Program, which is located at Mile Post 123 Tok Cutoff. Its primary focus is to act as a substance abuse treatment services provider for residents in and around the area. The main type of care that the facility specializes in is outpatient drug rehabilitation, though intensive outpatient services (which are often commonly referred to as IOP) are also available.

The center offers treatment for a wide range of different types of substances including heroin, crack, cocaine, marijuana (both natural and K2 synthetic), bath salts and more. Addiction services for opiates are also available, as are methamphetamine and MDA treatment services. Methamphetamine are commonly referred to by the names "ice" and "crystal," while MDMA is traditionally referred to as "ecstasy" or "molly."

Additionally, the center offers services aimed at many different types of prescription drugs. These include but are not limited to substances like Xanax, Opana, Vicodin, Hydrocodone, Morphine, Fentanyl, Kononopin, Darvacet, Percocet, Strattera, Ambien, Adderoll, Lunesta and more. Treatment services for people who are addicted to cough medication like DXM are also available.

The facility accepts a wide range of different types of payment to help make sure that individuals are always able to get the care that they need regardless of the current condition of their finances. These include the acceptance of cash payments for all luxury and private rehabilitation services. Many different health insurance plans are also accepted, including those obtained through public marketplaces from the Affordable Care Act. Additionally, military insurance like Tricare and Veteran's Assistance is also accepted.

It's always important to remember that regardless of the severity of your addiction, help is never more than a phone call away.