Spanish alcohol and drug treatment facilities in Clayton can help an ever-growing percentage of the American population address higher than average rates of drug and alcohol abuse that Hispanic women and men face in the United States. One of the biggest hurdles Hispanic people have to deal with while tackling addiction problems is the availability of facilities with program staff prepared to deliver rehab services in Spanish. Another obstacle is that fact that many Hispanic men and women may not even be an U.S. citizen, hence won't have health insurance coverage to cover the cost of treatment, and many are under the poverty line so can't self-pay either.
Because many aspects of an alcohol and drug rehabilitation program revolve around one-on-one communication with physicians, therapists, etc. someone that doesn't speak English is immediately at a disadvantage at a treatment program where Spanish speaking services aren't available to them. But there are programs that offer Spanish speaking services and staff who can help them in their own language. Luckily, most of these centers get the financial concerns that these people also have, and deliver treatment at little or no cost. Spanish-speaking alcohol and drug rehabilitation centers are more often located in the most densely populated areas of cities where Hispanics live.