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Neodesha, KS Drug & Alcohol Treatment

2 Centers in Neodesha, Kansas

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Road to Recovery
613 West Main Street Neodesha, KS

Road to Recovery in Neodesha, Kansas offers flexible intensive and standard outpatient addiction treatment programs with evidence-based therapies.

  • Aftercare
  • IOP
  • OP
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Road to Recovery
613 West Main Street Neodesha, KS

Road to Recovery in Neodesha, Kansas is a licensed and accredited addiction and substance abuse treatment center that offers personalized and evidence-based treatments, including individual, group, and family therapy, trauma treatment, and specialized addiction treatment programs, for individuals on their path to recovery.

  • Aftercare
  • IOP
  • OP

Drug & Alcohol Rehab Facilities near Neodesha, Kansas

Four County Mental Health Center - Cowley Branch Office
22214 D Street, Winfield, KS 67156
76.0 Miles from Neodesha, Kansas, USA
Four County Mental Health Center - Winfield
22214 22214 D street, Winfield, KS 67156
76.0 Miles from Neodesha, Kansas, USA
Spring River Mental Health & Wellness - Riverton Office
201 West Walnut, Columbus, KS 66725
49.1 Miles from Neodesha, Kansas, USA
Spring River Mental Health and Wellness - Riverton
6610 SE Quakervale Road, Riverton, KS, 66770
58.2 Miles from Neodesha, Kansas, USA
Spring River Mental Health and Wellness - Columbus
201 W Walnut Street, Columbus, KS, 66725
49.1 Miles from Neodesha, Kansas, USA
Southeast Kansas Mental Health Center - Chanute
402 S Kansas Ave, Chanute, KS 66720
21.5 Miles from Neodesha, 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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