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Top Arkansas Addiction Recovery Centers: Reviews and Ratings

If you are struggling with addiction, you can find help by entering an inpatient or outpatient treatment program. If you live in Arkansas, there are a number of centers to choose from.

To get started, you can read through treatment facility reviews to help get an idea of what each facility offers and which insurance plans they accept. Some reviews also include photos or video tours of the facility along with staff bios, which can be helpful in making your decision.

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Treatment Centers in Arkansas

SOZO Recovery Centers, Inc.
243 Nathan Terrace Jessieville, AR 71910
Capstone Treatment Center
120 Meghan Lane Judsonia, AR 72081
Wilbur D. Mills Treatment Center
3204 E. Moore Street Searcy, AR 72143
Harbor Recovery Center
615 North 19th Street Fort Smith, AR 72914
Quapaw House
812 Mountain Pine Road Hot Springs, AR 71913
Gateway Recovery Center for Women
615 North 19th Street Fort Smith, AR 72914
CATAR Clinic - North Little Rock
4260 Stockton Drive North Little Rock, AR 72117
The BridgeWay
21 Bridgeway Road North Little Rock, AR 72113
South Arkansas Regional Health Center
715 North College El Dorado, AR 71730
Baxter Regional Medical Center
624 Hospital Drive Mountain Home, AR 72653
Ouachita County Medical Center
638 California Street Camden, AR 71701
Recovery Centers of Arkansas - Riverbend
1201 River Rd. North Little Rock, AR 72114
Mid-South Health Systems
209 S. Lockard Blytheville, AR 72315
New Beginnings Casa
412 York Street Warren, AR 71671
The Guidance Center- Mena
307 South Cherry Street Mena, AR 71953
Mid-South Health Systems
905 North 7th St. West Memphis, AR 72301
Recovery Centers of Arkansas - The Oasis Renewal Center
14913 Cooper Orbit Road Little Rock, AR 72223
Baptist Health Behavioral Services
9601 Baptist Health Drive Little Rock, AR 72205
ARVAC Freedom House
400 Lake Front Drive Russellville, AR 72802
Gyst House
8101 Frenchmans Ln Little Rock, AR 72209
Back Richard D Dr
1706 East Joyce Boulevard Suite 3 Fayetteville, AR 72703
Community Service Inc
818 North Creek Drive Conway, AR 72032
Clarksville Clinic
1021 East Poplar Street Clarksville, AR 72830
Counseling Associates Inc - Outpatient Clinic
110 Skyline Drive Russellville, AR 72801
BCD, Inc. Hoover Treatment Center
3604 West 12th Street Little Rock, AR 72204
Horizon
3113 South 70th Street Fort Smith, AR 72903

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Drug Addiction in Arkansas

According to recent statistics, Arkansas youth and adults tend to have lower rates of heavy drinking, current alcohol use, alcohol dependence, and binge drinking compared to the national average.5,6 However, rates of cigarette smoking, methamphetamine use, and inhalant use are above national rates. The state set up the Tobacco Quitline to help people who want to stop smoking.

Arkansas established a prescription drug monitoring program in 2011 to track the prescription and dispensing of prescription medications. However, the program is voluntary. A doctor cannot see what other doctors are prescribing, and the state cannot give feedback to doctors about their prescribing practices.1,2

Arkansas has 69 outpatient programs, 22 residential programs, and 6 hospital inpatient programs. 90% accept cash or self-payment, 73% accept private health insurance, 29% accept Medicare, 29% accept Medicaid, 58% accept federal military insurance, and 59% offer a sliding scale fee.7

Addiction by the Numbers
  • Arkansas is one of the top 10 states with the most methamphetamine use and arrests. Both heroin and methamphetamine use rates for the state’s high school seniors are higher than the national average. In 2013 there was an increase in methamphetamine treatment admissions compared to 2011.3,4
  • The percentage of students using inhalants is higher than the national rate. In 2015, 10% of Arkansas high school students reported that they used inhalants at least once, compared to 7% of students nationwide.5
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated that in 2013 the death rate in Arkansas from opioid poisoning, including overdoses, was about 3.6 per 100,000 people, or about 108 people. Arkansas is slightly below the average in prescription opioid overdoses compared to other states.2
How Much Does Rehab Cost?

The cost of drug rehab varies based on a number of factors, including location, type of treatment, luxury vs. standard treatment, amenities offered, and length of stay. Whether or not you have insurance, you still might be wondering how you are going to cover the cost of treatment. Luckily, there are several ways you can approach financing. For example, you could consider:

  • Taking out a personal loan.
  • Applying for a healthcare loan.
  • Applying for a credit card.
  • Asking friends and family for financial assistance.
  • Launching a crowdfunding campaign.
  • Paying out of pocket.
  • Selling valuable items such as a car or jewelry in order to come up with the funds.
Treatment Options

Depending on your situation and the severity of your addiction, you might begin treatment with detox to rid your body of the directly harmful influence of drugs or alcohol. Once you are stabilized, you will be referred to the most appropriate next step in treatment—either an inpatient or outpatient program. Inpatient treatment provides a more intense level of care and allows you to live at the facility for 30 to 90 days while engaging in treatment services like group counseling, individual therapy, and relapse prevention classes.

Outpatient treatment is generally a sound treatment option for people with less severe addictions that don’t require around-the-clock care. Outpatient also offers a more flexible schedule- allowing you to live your life outside of rehab and visit the facility regularly for group therapy sessions and other treatment services. At any point during your treatment journey you can join a 12-step program in your area. There are numerous groups throughout the state that offer meetings where you can meet other sober individuals who are going through recovery.

Local Resources for Recovering Addicts
  • Arkansas Crisis Center: This hotline helps people with a range of issues including depression, substance abuse, suicidal thoughts, loneliness, HIV/AIDS, and many more. Its hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., 7 days a week.
  • Tobacco Quitline: This confidential service is available 24 hours a day. It connects you to Quit Coaches and has a free text messaging program and smartphone app. You can also receive free nicotine replacement therapy.
  • List of substance abuse treatment providers: The Arkansas Department of Human Services created a list of licensed providers in the state that’s broken down by county.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous meetings – a list of meetings in the state
  • Narcotics Anonymous meetings – a list of NA meetings throughout the state
Sources
  1. Arkansas Center for Health Improvement. (2015). Prevention of Opioid Pain Reliever Misuse in Arkansas.
  2. Arkansas News. (2016). Doctor warns of epidemic of opioid addiction in Arkansas.
  3. Jordan, K. (2014). Arkansas Among Top 10 States With Most Meth Arrests. The Arkansas Traveler.
  4. Arkansas State Epidemiological Outcomes Workgroup. (2015). Arkansas Epidemiological State Profile of Substance Abuse.
  5. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Adolescent Health. (2017). Arkansas Adolescent Substance Abuse Facts.
  6. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2015). Behavioral Health Barometer: Arkansas, 2015.
  7. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). (2015). National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS): 2015 State Profile – Arkansas.
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