Residents throughout Wyoming struggle with substance misuse and addiction every year, but not everyone seeks professional treatment. The good news is that addiction is treatable help is available near you. Finding the right Wyoming rehab can be an empowering first step toward recovery.
Recovery is different for everyone and there are many addiction treatment options with varying levels of care to choose from. Treatment can take place in both inpatient and outpatient settings. If needed, detox services can help you comfortably and safely withdraw before entering ongoing treatment. Some treatment centers also offer treatment designed with specific populations in mind, including the LGBTQIA community and veterans.
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The staff, cleanliness, modern buliding were nice. It's high-priced I did the mandatory out-patient program and found it far and mostly entertaining and helpful
This place is fabulous!! Everyone is caring and concerned about the wellbeing and healing of everyone who comes in the door.
For many people, detoxification is an important first step in recovery, but some substances can cause unpleasant and potentially dangerous withdrawal symptoms. A medical detox center can help a person complete the detoxification process comfortably and safely, which can help facilitate the transition into ongoing treatment.
While at a Wyoming detox center, patients can expect to receive 24/7 care from medical professionals. This allows staff to monitor a patient’s withdrawal symptoms and immediately address any issues should they arise. Detoxification may also include prescription medications depending on the individual and the substance use disorder.
An inpatient drug rehab in Wyoming will provide treatment to patients as they live at the facility for several weeks or months at a time. Before the start of these programs, patients will undergo a medical assessment to determine their treatment needs. With this information, staff will create an individualized treatment plan that will include a mix of individual and group therapy. These therapies may include evidence-based programming as well as more holistic treatment approaches.
Private Wyoming drug rehab centers can come with a higher cost, but most treatment centers will accept various means of payment. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, health insurance should cover substance use disorder treatment to some extent, but the treatment center typically needs to be in-network with your provider and exactly what is covered will depend on your specific policy. While Medicare and Medicaid also cover substance use disorder treatment, they are often not readily accepted by private treatment centers. Besides health insurance, most drug rehabs in Wyoming will offer financing options or direction on other ways to pay for rehab.
Patients who looking for a more high-end amenities environment for residential addiction treatment should look for a luxury rehab in Wyoming. These types of facilities will typically place patients in private rooms and have upscale facilities that include amenities such as first-class spas and fully equipped business centers. Most of the treatment centers will also offer added perks such as laundry services, housekeeping, and more. Because of the limited number of inpatient rehabs in Wyoming, luxury care may be hard to find in the state, but traveling for treatment is an option.
Rather than living at the facility during treatment, outpatient drug rehabs in Wyoming will have patients come to the facility for treatment during the day and return to their homes at night. Depending on the level of care, these treatment programs can range from several hours of treatment a day to a few hours of treatment a week.
Treatment typically includes behavioral therapy as well as participation in support groups, and programming will often focus on relapse prevention and self-care. These programs can be a good match for patients who require more flexible treatment schedules or those who are more established in their recovery.
It is not uncommon for people with substance use disorders to also struggle with their mental health. While most substance abuse treatment centers in Wyoming will talk about mental health and promote self-care, their mental health treatment ends there. Anyone who has been diagnosed with a mental disorder should look for a facility that offers co-occurring or dual diagnosis care.
A dual diagnosis treatment center in Wyoming will be equipped to treat both substance use and mental health disorder during a patient’s time in their care. These programs will include working with mental health and addiction professionals as well as participating in programming dedicated to both disorders. This integrated approach to treatment may be able to increase a patient’s chances of finding lasting recovery from addiction.
Going to a private facility for treatment may not be a viable option for everyone because of cost. For those people in need of lower cost or free addiction services, there are other options.
Nonprofit programs and local organizations will sometimes offer low-cost or free addiction services for those in need of care. The exact services will vary by organization but may include detox, residential programming, group meetings, and hotlines. There are also state-funded facilities that provide different treatment services, but they may have long waitlists or limitations on who qualifies for their programs.
Finding the best Wyoming rehab for your specific care needs can be overwhelming, so if you are struggling to find a program, we are here to help. Our admissions navigators are available to answer your questions as well as direct you on treatment options. Stop waiting to get help. Call today.
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Most states keep a database of treatment options available, and Wyoming is no exception. The Wyoming Department of Health, Behavioral Health Division keeps a list of treatment providers separated by counties, and users can quickly click on the interactive map and find providers that are close to them. The site doesn’t rank the programs by effectiveness, however, and the department is quick to point out that inclusion on the list shouldn’t be construed as an endorsement of that clinic. If you were hoping to use this map to help you make an informed decision about the care that’s right for you, this might not be the robust database you were hoping for. If proximity to your home isn’t important and you’re willing to travel for care, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration also provides a treatment locator that can help you to find programs for your addiction care. This program also requires you to search by location; however, it can be hard for users to find specific types of programs that could meet their needs.
We can also help you to find the right kind of program, and we can answer your questions about addiction rehab. Just call our toll-free line in order to get started. We’ll ask you a few questions about your history, and when we have an understanding of your addiction, we’ll look for a program that can meet your needs.
Wyoming ranks 1st in treatment centers servicing/accepting criminal justice clients per 100,000 residents. Idaho is ranked one spot worse at spot 2.
For computerized substance abuse treatment clients, Wyoming ranks 2nd in population-adjusted treatment centers. One spot worse is North Dakota, ranked 3 in the U.S. Alaska is ranked one spot better at spot 1.
Wyoming ranks 2nd in treatment centers servicing/accepting DUI/SWI clients per 100,000 residents. Colorado is just 1 spot worse, ranked 3 out of the United States. Maine is ranked one spot better at spot 1.
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