Teen ChallengeP.O. Box 344
Graham, WA 98338 show details » hide details »
Living in Washington in a state of unemployment, homeless, or poverty while also dealing with addiction can be difficult. It might also make it close to impossible for you to afford the cost of addiction treatment in the state.
To this end, you may try to overcome your substance use disorder through cold turkey quitting, the use of home detoxification, or taking some recovery steps that are not based on scientific evidence.
All these options are potentially dangerous and fatal. For instance, they could cause you to suffer some adverse withdrawal symptoms that will compel you to relapse. This, in turn, will increase your risk of suffering a fatal drug overdose.
To protect yourself from all these painful outcomes, you should consider getting help for your addiction treatment in Washington. There are some ways you can go about this, including:
There are some addiction recovery and rehabilitation programs in Washington that offer free services to some of their clients. In such a program, you can receive the addiction treatment that you need - including detox, inpatient, and outpatient treatment - free of charge.
The other option would be to enroll into a state-run drug rehabilitation program. These programs receive state and federal funding to continue providing their services to locals in Washington who are in need of treatment for addiction but too poor to afford it.
There will be paperwork involved because you have to provide proof of your financial status, residency status, and identity. However, after you qualify and join such a program, you might be in a good place to overcome your addiction.
The final option involves faith-based groups that offer addiction treatment and recovery services free of charge. These include the Salvation Army that runs rehabs for adults and Harbor Light that offers both detoxification and residential recovery services in Washington.
We can help you find the right treatment facility that best fits your overall needs and financial requirements.Call 1-877-814-3418
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