Seldovia, AK Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Centers

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Seldovia Drug Abuse Rehabilitation Facilities

There is currently one drug rehab and alcohol treatment center in the Seldovia area that residents can use to seek the help that they need. It is called the Seldovia Village Tribe Center and is located at 206 Main Street. The primary focus of the center is to act as a mixture of both mental health services, and substance abuse services for a wide range of purposes. It specializes in numerous types of care including outpatient drug rehab and IOP, or intensive outpatient treatment. Holistic residential treatment is also available which includes but is not limited to biophysical rehabilitation, homeopathic options, alternative options and non 12 Step drug rehab-related services.

Additionally, the center offers a number of specialty programs designed to gear treatment services towards niche groups of people. These include drug rehabilitation services for women and female clients in general, as well as court ordered treatment for DUI or DWI alcohol and substance abuse offenders.

The Center also provides drug detox services, which includes medical detoxification as well as an intensive suboxone treatment test. Dual diagnosis drug rehabilitation is also offered, which is aimed at people who have co-occurring dependencies for both alcohol and drug abuse.

General drug treatment services offered at the center include those aimed at people who are addicted to prescription medications, heroin, crack cocaine, various types of opiates, synthetic marijuana (also commonly known as K2), marijuana, bath salts, cough medicine and more.

The facility also offers a wide range of options regarding how individuals can pay for the treatment that they receive. It is one of the major facilities in the state that accepts both Medicaid and Medicare, for example. It is also state financed, which means that Affordable Care Act health plans are accepted. Private insurance is also accepted from many companies including Oxford Health Plans, Health Alliance, United Health Care, Blue Cross Blue Shield and more.

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