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By SAMHSA Center for Substance Abuse Treatment

If you or someone you care for is dependent on alcohol or drugs and needs  treatment, it is important to know that no single treatment approach is  appropriate for all individuals. Finding the right treatment program involves  careful consideration of such things as the setting, length of care,  philosophical approach and your or your loved one’s needs.

Here are 12 questions to consider when selecting a treatment program:

    1.  Does the program accept your insurance? If not, will they work  with you on a payment plan or find other means of support for you?
    1.  Is the program run by state-accredited, licensed, and/or trained  professionals?
    1.  Is the facility clean, organized and well-run?
    1.  Does the program encompass the full range of needs of the  individual (medical: including infectious diseases; psychological: including  co-occurring mental illness; social; vocational; legal; etc.)?
    1.  Does the treatment program also address sexual orientation and  physical disabilities as well as provide age, gender and culturally  appropriate treatment services
    1.  Is long-term aftercare support and/or guidance encouraged,  provided and maintained?
    1.  Is there ongoing assessment of an individual’s treatment plan to  ensure it meets changing needs?
    1.  Does the program employ strategies to engage and keep individuals  in longer-term treatment, increasing the likelihood of success?
    1.  Does the program offer counseling (individual or group) and other  behavioral therapies to enhance the individual’s ability to function in the  family/community?
    1.  Does the program offer medication as part of the treatment  regimen, if appropriate?
    1.  Is there ongoing monitoring of possible relapse to help guide  patients back to abstinence?
    1.  Are services or referrals offered to family members to ensure they  understand addiction and the recovery process to help them support the  recovering individual?

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental  Health Services Administration’s Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT)  provides a toll-free, 24-hour treatment referral service to help locate  treatment options near you. For a referral to a treatment center or support  group in your area– call: 1-800-622-HELP, TDD: 1-800-487-4889, or Español:   1-877-767-8432, or go to:   http://findtreatment.samhsa.gov.

DHHS Publication No. SMA02-3616 NCADI Publication No. PHD877

See Michigan’s “Get Help Now” map for a local number to call at:  www.michigan.gov/mdhhs/0,5885,7-339-71550_2941_4871—,00.html.