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List of Alcohol and Drug Treatment Facilities in Ellsworth, Kansas

2 Centers in Ellsworth, Kansas

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Counseling
525 East 3rd Street Ellsworth, KS

Counseling in Ellsworth, Kansas is a highly respected addiction recovery center offering compassionate, evidence-based treatment personalized to individual needs, including therapy, medical monitoring, family workshops, and on-site aftercare and sober living apartments.

  • Aftercare
  • IOP
  • OP
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Counseling Inc
525 East 3Rd street Ellsworth, KS

Counseling Inc, a top-rated rehab facility in Ellsworth, Kansas, offers personalized addiction treatment, including inpatient care, various therapies, and aftercare, earning recognition for excellence from The Joint Commission and SAMHSA.

  • IOP
  • OP

Drug & Alcohol Rehab Facilities near Ellsworth, Kansas

Veridian Behavioral Health - East Campus
730 Holly Lane, Salina, KS 67401
35.3 Miles from Ellsworth, Kansas, USA
Prairie View, Marion County - Hillsboro
508 508 South Ash Street, Hillsboro, KS 67063
61.3 Miles from Ellsworth, Kansas, USA
Horizons Mental Health Center
1600 North Lorraine Street Suite 202, Hutchinson, KS 67501
48.9 Miles from Ellsworth, Kansas, USA
Mirror - Newton
1309 North Duncan Street, Newton, KS, 67114
67.2 Miles from Ellsworth, Kansas, USA
Veridian Behavioral Health
730 Holly Lane, Salina, KS, 67401
35.3 Miles from Ellsworth, Kansas, USA
CrossOver Recovery Center - Hutchinson
400 East 2nd Avenue Suite A, Hutchinson, KS 67501
49.5 Miles from Ellsworth, Kansas, USA

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About 42% of adults in Kansas have tried an illicit drug at some point in their lives. 12.4% of the state population uses illegal drugs and 4.5% abuse alcohol in a given year. 15.16% of all deaths in Kansas between 2008 and 2017 were caused by either drugs or alcohol.

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