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If you are poor, unemployed, or homeless in West Virginia and also have a substance use disorder, you might find that the financial, psychological, emotional, and physical cost of your addiction is too difficult to bear. These costs might also make it difficult for you to enroll into most of the accredited addiction treatment and rehabilitation programs in the state.
In such a situation, the best option in your eyes might seem to be to try quitting cold turkey or by using home detoxification regimens. However, this is not ideal because it could put your life in danger due to the risk of suffering adverse withdrawal symptoms, relapsing, and sustaining a potentially fatal drug or alcohol overdose.
Another option would be to look for help paying for your addiction treatment and rehabilitation services in West Virginia. There are several ways to meet this goal, including but not limited to:
West Virginia has many addiction treatment and rehabilitation programs that provide their detoxification, inpatient recovery, and outpatient services free of charge to some patients. You can look for one of these programs to get started on the journey to full recovery.
Alternatively, you might want to enroll into a state-run rehab that receives funding from the state and federal governments. These rehabs provide treatment to local residents who can prove their financial need.
You will have to fill out paperwork to qualify for a place in such a drug rehab. However, it will all be worth every minute you spend because you will end up getting recovery services free of charge unless you have some income, in which case you may pay for some of your treatment costs.
Last, there are faith-based groups in West Virginia that provide drug and alcohol treatment and rehabilitation services free of charge in the state. The Salvation Army, for instance, has free rehabilitation programs for adults in West Virginia while Harbor Light runs several detox and inpatient treatment programs.
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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