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Drug Abuse and Rehabilitation Information
There is currently one major drug rehab and alcohol treatment center operating in the Tatitlek area that residents can choose from in their time of need. It is called the Native Village of Tatitlek Center, which is located in the heart of the downtown area. It acts as a general health services provider and offers drug rehab treatment for prescription drugs, heroin, opiates, Concerta, Strattera, Ambien and more. Additionally, specialized treatment options are available for methamphetamines and their many forms (which can include but are not limited to ice and crystal). Treatment for MDMA is also available, which is usually referred to on the "street" as ecstasy or molly. Vicodin treatment, Hydrocode addiction, marijuana and synthetic marijuana are also just a few of the additional substances that the center can help you fight.
The Tatitlek center offers a few different types of care for users to choose from depending on not only the nature of their addiction, but also regarding their overall preferences. Both intensive outpatient and partial outpatient drug rehabilitation is available, for example. In the medical community, intensive outpatient is usually abbreviated as IOP.
Holistic residential treatment is also available, which is ideal for individuals who are looking for alternative or non-traditional rehabilitation methods. These can include practices like therapeutic recovery, homeopathic treatment, biophysical rehabilitation and more. Additionally, the center offers many different forms of treatment that are not based on the 12 step drug rehab mantra.
Many different forms of payment are also accepted at the Tatitlek facility, making it ideal for people in all economic classes and statuses. It is one of the major facilities in the state that accepts Medicaid and Medicare. Thanks to the fact that it is state financed, it also accepts plans purchased through state health marketplaces under Obamacare (the Affordable Care Act). The facility gladly accepts many different types of private insurance including United Healthcare, Aetna, Health Alliance, Blue Cross Blue Shield, AmeriHealth, NGS Coresource and more. The facility currently does not accept military insurance, however, which includes Veteran's Assistance programs and the like.
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