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Native American Alcohol Treatment Recovery Centers

You are not alone in your struggle against alcohol addiction. Neither are you in a hopeless battle with no hope of beating your addiction. Here at AlcoholTreatment.Net, our trained, compassionate advisors and counselors are prepared to help you find the appropriate Native American alcohol treatment recovery center you need, to help you take that first step on the road to recovery and an addiction-free life.

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Overview: Alcohol Treatment

As an alcoholic, you cannot get well and recover on your own. The addiction to drink is too strong, especially when you remain in your current surroundings with the same people who encourage your drinking behavior and participate in it with you. Even if you manage to resist or maintain sobriety for awhile, the tendency to relapse is much stronger if you are trying to beat the addiction on your own.

Alcohol treatment in a recovery center removes the temptation from you, and removes you from the temptation to drink. Treatment also provides you with new coping mechanisms, as well as the knowledge of trained advisors and staff, and the strength of a support group of peers who know what you’re going through.

Just the Facts

Do you need hard facts? Consider these statistics.

Regarding alcoholism among Native Americans, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported the following sobering 2012 statistics about alcoholism among Native Americans:

  • Over 51 percent ages 18 and above drink regularly (monthly or more often)
  • Nearly 13 percent ages 18 and above drink infrequently (less than monthly)
  • Nearly 16,000 deaths related to alcoholic liver disease
  • Over 25,000 alcohol-related deaths (excluding accidents and homicide)
  • Among the highest numbers in population for binge drinking, number of episodes of binge drinking, and amount consumed during binge drinking

Types of Native American Alcohol Treatment Recovery Centers and Rehab Facilities

Our advisors can help you determine which type of Native American treatment recovery center and rehab facility is most appropriate for you. Consider the following facilities and programs (listed alphabetically) as only three examples of numerous centers designed to address your needs as a Native American:

Access to American Indian Recovery (AAIR): Dedicated to both Native American youth and adults with alcohol and substance abuse problems, Tarzana Treatment Centers accommodate your culture by offering Native American traditional healing techniques blended with evidence-based practice. Tarzana professionals of Native American heritage recognize there are tribal differences in needs and encourage family involvement throughout treatment phases.

Their treatment programs include the following options:

  • Group and individual counseling
  • Talking circles
  • Red Road spiritual videos
  • Sweat lodge ceremonies
  • Smudging
  • Medicine wheel/12 -step program

With locations throughout Southern California, Tarzana also offers vouchers to pay for services, based on a comprehensive assessment to determine eligibility.

Northwest Indian Treatment Center (NWITC): Situated in Washington State, NWITC was created in 1994 by the Squaxin Island Tribal Leaders to address the needs of their people with substance abuse. Now recognized as one of the best Native American residential treatment programs in the nation, NWITC typically accommodates Native Americans in Washington, as well as those from Idaho and Oregon.

NWITC specializes in treating Native Americans who have “chronic relapse patterns related to unresolved grief and generational trauma.”

Their treatment programs include the following options:

  • Cultural traditions, including storytelling, singing, and drumming
  • Use of native foods and medicines
  • Creation of native arts
  • Support from local spiritual communities

Treatment costs vary based on need and varied payment plans are available.

Whiteside Manor, an approved California American Indian Recovery (CAIR) provider: Serves Native Americans in California and other southwestern states with staff trained in Native American culture and philosophy. Their professionals honor the cultural holistic healing and therapy relevant to Native Americans.

Their treatment programs include the following options:

  • Pow Wows
  • Sweat Lodges
  • Other Traditional Spiritual Gatherings made available as needed

Whiteside also collaborates with Native Community Elders to address any Spiritual needs. Treatment costs vary based on need and varied payment plans are available.

Cost and Insurance Matters

Here are some general financial matters to review, plus information about insurance coverage:

Costs: Many Native American treatment centers offer vouchers to cover treatment costs, based on your eligibility as determined by an assessment. Additionally, some rehab centers will work with you to cover your costs on a sliding-fee basis or some other payment arrangement, including most major credit cards.

Insurance coverage: Many types of insurance cover portions of alcohol treatment and rehab costs. Contact your own insurance provider or contact us for guidance in determining coverage.

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