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Clients Referred from the Court - Drug and Alcohol Treatment Programs - Dayton, NV.

Treatment clients referred from the court for drug rehabilitation are most commonly referred because they are being given a chance to receive rehab rather than face jail time, other charges, fines, etc. While this is most common with first time offenders, it can be offered at any time such as while someone is being held in jail. There are different types of programs that criminal justice clients may be referred to, and this depends on which programs are available in Dayton and the type of substance they'll need treatment for.

There are treatment programs that work primarily with the courts to treat this explicit group of clientele, and are usually publicly-funded or are offered at little or no cost to the client. There are also private substance abuse rehabilitation facilities that can be authorized by the court if there is a specific type of treatment that the person needs or prefers that a different program can't provide. The defendant's attorney can present such alternatives to the judge for acceptance. There are even substance abuse treatment facilities that provide services from the correctional facilities themselves, where clients are typically in a better position for early release or other benefits when participating in addiction rehabilitation services while serving their sentence for a drug related offense or a DUI/DWI.

There are 1 Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers offering this service in Dayton, NV

  • Rural Nevada Counseling
    775-246-6214
    120 Pike Street
    Dayton, NV. 89403

    Treatment Services Offered:
    Clients Referred From The Court

    Payment Forms Accepted:
    Medicaid
    Military Insurance
    Private Health Insurance
    Cash or Self Payment
    Sliding Fee Scale

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