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Yakutat Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Centers


Drug Abuse and Rehabilitation Information

The major drug rehabilitation and alcohol treatment center that is available for people in and around Yakutat is called the Yakutat Tlingit Tribe Yakutat Counseling and Prevention Services Center. The facility's primary focus is to act as a high quality mixture of both substance abuse and mental health services for those in need. It provides many different types of care depending on the nature of an affliction, including both traditional drug rehabilitation as well as intensive outpatient services.

Holistic residential treatment is also available, which includes but is not limited to options like homeopathic treatment, therapeutic recovery and biophysical rehab services. Traditional drug rehabilitation treatment options that are available include help for people trying to rid their lives of prescription medications like Adderall, Concerta, Fentanyl, Valium and more. Additional treatment is available for things like crack, heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and MDMA.

Thanks to the facility's care and dedication towards helping those in need in the Yakutat city area, a wide range of forms of payment are accepted. These include self payment (which can be in the form of cash, credit cards, money orders and personal checks) for all luxury and private drug rehabilitation services. Additionally, the facility is one of the many in the state that currently accepts Medicaid payments. Private insurance payment options are also available, meaning that plans from companies like Cigna, United Healthcare, Oxford Health Plans, Health Alliance and more are readily accepted. Military insurance is also accepted, including those plans obtained through organizations like the VA or Tricare.

Additionally, payment assistance is available for those in need. An income-based sliding scale is offered, which means that the fee a person can expect to pay will be reduced depending on their income, their current level of employment and other socio-economic factors.