When you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, it can seem like an overwhelming task to start looking for treatment. A variety of types of treatment programs is available. There are several options for treatment in Wyoming including inpatient and outpatient facilities, and detox centers to help you move through the withdrawal process.
Browse the ratings and reviews below to help guide you to a treatment program that meets your unique needs. You’ll find information about Wyoming rehabs including financing options, staff qualifications, services and amenities, location and cost.
Most of the rehab centers in Wyoming accept insurance, check whether your insurance covers rehab treatment.
Overdose rates for both illicit and prescription drugs are on the rise in Wyoming, with 96 reported prescription drug overdose deaths occurring between 2014 and 2015 compared to 19 in 2004-2005.1
Within Wyoming, geographical location appears to play a significant role regarding drug use. For example, certain counties, such as Uinta, Fremont, and Natrona, exhibited high rates of drug-related deaths over the past decade, while some counties, such as Weston, did not report any drug-related deaths over the past 10 years.1
Other measures for substance abuse and mental health issues show marginally higher rates than the national average.
The cost of substance abuse treatment ranges widely and is influenced by several factors, including:
Understandably, the prospect of paying in full for a rehab program can be nerve-wracking. For this reason, many facilities will offer financing options, and some will even adjust the cost based on what you can afford. The bottom line is that you may end up losing much more than the cost of rehab if you continue in active addiction.
The National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS) indicates that in 2015 there were 59 treatment facilities in Wyoming. Out of these facilities, 36 were private non-profit, 8 were private for-profit, and 11 were local, county, or community government.3
All facilities offer treatment for both drug and alcohol abuse. Over 80% of the facilities offer outpatient services, while 27% offer residential non-hospital treatment. Only 5% of Wyoming recovery centers offer hospital inpatient treatment.3
Learn more about insurance providers for addiction treatment:
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.