im terrible at googing, and i only have access to internet on my phone, which makes it harder to look... is here even such thing as in patient rehab without insurance? i cant stand another day living life this way
I am going to offer the only thing I can think of at the moment, you don't have what med you are trying to get off of in your post except sta-d, so I am stabbing in the dark here. See if you can get to an AA meeting and listen for people to identify as addicts, you know AA is anonymous, you may feel awkward, but you will remain anonymous. Anyway, talk to a few of them, they often know of programs and treatments centers that offer to people without insurance. Your state may even have some programs and sometimes there are churches and non profit groups that help pay for treatments. That is the cheapest best way I can think of you to find help in your area. They might ask for a $1 to help pay for coffee, books, rent, but if you don't have it, don't worry. AA is for addicts to alcohol or drugs and they are more prevalent than NA meetings, if you can find an NA meeting, that would be helpful also. Local pharmacists may have some answers to.
There may be a way for you to go to an ER and do this, but you will have to make sure that hospital has a detox unit, many don't. Hope this helps, Pattishan
Not exactly sure what kind of rehab you are looking for but here are some links to drug and alcohol referral sites that can help you find a rehab near you:
Both of these sites have phone numbers you can call to talk to a counselor who can help you find a rehab center to meet your needs.
Hope this helps,
If you can't access these sites, let me know and I'll get the phone numbers for you.
Check with your local hospitals first. Our inpatient rehab is connected to the hospital , but seperate. The rehab is on a sliding scale for payment. So no income, no payment. I'm sure there has to be some type of place where you live. Good luck to you, & thank you for wanting to get help. Let us know how you are doing. Look forward to hearing from you or can we be of further assistance...
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