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A non-profit, behavioral health organization providing prevention, education, early intervention, treatment, and recovery services for individuals, families, and communities.

The Women’s Treatment Center (TWTC)

Provides a comprehensive family-based treatment program for women battling addiction.

Illinois Institute for Addiction Recovery

Treats individuals who are fighting alcohol, drug, gambling, sex, internet and/or other addictions. Services are offered on an outpatient basis and through a 14-bed inpatient unit. The program also offers a medical detoxification service.

Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center: Addictions Treatment Program (ATP)

Medically monitored detoxification; psycho-educational groups; individual, group and family counseling; and introductions to peer self-help groups, case management, psychiatric consultation and continuing care

Alaska Department of Health and Social Services: Division of Behavioral Health

The central purpose of the Division is to provide a continuum of statewide behavioral health (mental health and substance use) services ranging from prevention, screening, and brief intervention to acute psychiatric care

Dena A. Coy Program, Southcentral Foundation

Serves pregnant, parenting and non-parenting women who are experiencing problems related to alcohol and other drugs and experiencing emotional and psychological issues

Turning Point Counseling Services

Provides a community resource that helps to facilitate quality of life improvements for community members and families.

Alaska Family Services

Offers a comprehensive array of services for women in need, to include substance abuse counseling

Nugen’s Ranch

Serves adult men and women who have abused alcohol and drugs. Daily Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings, NA meetings, farm activities, work therapy, individual and small group counseling combine to create a supportive low-key family atmosphere.

Set Free Alaska

Services provided: A Christian outpatient substance abuse treatment center that uses a mind-body-spirit approach to recovery.

Salvation Army – Alaska Division: Clitheroe Center

A comprehensive substance abuse and dual diagnosis treatment program which provides professional and affordable treatment services to adults who are addicted to alcohol and other drugs.

SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) – Community Family Services

Provides individualized prevention, substance abuse and/or behavioral health counseling services

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium – Substance Abuse Prevention Initiative (SAPI)

Works with tribes to prevent substance abuse

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD)

Provides education, information, help and hope in the fight against alcoholism and drug addiction

Indian Health Service – Alcohol and Substance Abuse Program (ASAP)

Programs address alcohol and substance abuse by improving access to behavioral health services through telebehavioral health efforts and providing a comprehensive array of preventative, educational and treatment services

The Haven


Drug and alcohol rehab for women only

A Sober Way Home

Provides men and women safe, effective, intensive and expansive therapeutic drug rehab and alcoholism addiction treatment programs in a family-style residential setting that prepares them to remain clean and sober while embracing the benefit of a lifelong 12-Step commitment

Women in New Recovery (WINR)

A drug and alcohol treatment program offering a full continuum of care, including extended care treatment, transitional programs, and sober living, all exclusively for women

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