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Unalaska Drug Abuse Rehabilitation Facilities
In Unalaska, people struggling with addiction have help available through the Oonalaska Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Centers.
Oonalaska Wellness Center Behavioral Health Program
Drug and alcohol abuse is a deep-rooted behavioral issue, and the Oonalaska Wellness Center Behavioral Health Program offers help and support for those who are dealing with this problem. This facility offers a mix of mental health and substance abuse services, making it ideal for those who are facing a dual diagnosis. The treatment is offered on primarily an outpatient basis, although a small inpatient treatment facility is available when needed.
The Oonalaska Wellness Center Behavioral Health Program accepts most major insurance options, including military insurance and Medicare. This means that those struggling with addiction can get the help they need no matter how they are insured. The program focuses on changing behavior and thinking, so it works for all types of substance abuse. It's also approved to work with DUI/DWI offenders who need to take court-ordered alcohol treatment.
Substance Abuse and Addiction in Unalaska and Alaska
Unalaska is one of the largest cities in the Aleutians West Census Area and the Unorganized Borough. While specific statistics about drug abuse in Unalaska are not available, a look at the statistics in Alaska as a whole show why treatment facilities are so important. With an average of 13 percent of Alaskans admitting to using drugs in the past 30 days, and 22 percent admitting to binge drinking, the need for facilities like the Oonalaska Wellness Center Behavioral Health Program is high.
- Oonalaska Wellness Center
Behavioral Health Program
- Court ordered alcohol treatment for DUI/DWI offenders
- Outpatient Drug Rehab: Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
- Holistic Residential Treatment: Therapeutic Recovery, Biophysical Rehabilitation, Homeopathic and Alternative Options, and Non 12 Step Drug Rehab
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