There are a few alcohol and drug treatment programs that help people through their issues with drug or alcohol abuse free of charge. For example, there are government-funded drug rehab centers that are publicly funded or even funded via both federal/state funds. A few of these programs work out of mentalhealth centers paid for by the state or funded through local municipalities, and substance abuse rehab centers and clinics. Many of these programs have certain criteria that people in Ventura must meet to qualify for rehab, and clients of lower income and with limited or no health insurance are the most common people at treatment centers where there is no fee. To receive rehab at a rehab where no payment is accepted, you may need to prove your residency in the state and possibly your legal residency in the United States, provide information regarding income or lack thereof, and be open to an assessment of your drug history, physical health and mental health.
If someone if looking for an alcohol and drug rehab program where no payment is accepted, a good place to start their search is with their local or state mental health and substance abuse agencies. Another assistance source is local church organizations and similar faith-based groups who run programs which include services for drug addiction and dependency. A number of these groups even provide beds for people while they are in rehab and until they get back on their feet.
There are 3 Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Facilities offering this service near Ventura, IA