There are a few alcohol and drug treatment programs that help people through their struggles with alcohol or drug abuse completely free. As an example, there are state-funded drug rehab programs that are funded publicly or even funded via both state/federal funds. A few of these centers work out of mental health facilities funded by the state or funded via local municipalities, and alcohol and drug rehab centers and clinics. Many of these centers have particular criteria that individuals in Eldon must meet to get rehab, and clients of lower income and who have limited or no health coverage are usually the most common clients at rehabs where no payment is accepted. To get treatment at a rehab where no payment is accepted, you will likely need to show your residency in the state and possibly your legal residency in the U.S., provide information regarding income or lack thereof, and be available for a drug history assessment, physical health and mental health.
If someone if seeking a drug and alcohol rehab program where no payment is accepted, a good place to begin looking is with their state or local substance abuse and mental health departments. Another source of assistance is local church organizations and similar faith-based organizations who run programs which include services for drug and alcohol dependency and addiction. A number of these groups even provide beds for individuals while they are in treatment and until they get back on their feet.