Residential Treatment Centers in Louisiana

  • Acadiana Addiction Center

    Acadiana Addiction Center (AAC) provides intensive outpatient treatment, residential treatment, and detoxification services to men and women with substance dependence issues. We offer customized care, educational sessions, and evidence-based therapeutic methods to help people in treatment achieve long-term recovery.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00387 View Profile Sunset, LA 70584
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  • Cove Forge Behavioral Health

    For more than 30 years, Cove Forge Behavioral Health has helped adults who are struggling with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health conditions.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00390 View Profile Williamsburg, PA 16693
  • Cornerstone of Southern California

    We have been treating addictions since 1984 and offer 20 Licensed and Certified Residential Recovery Homes and an Intensive Outpatient Program. We offer a full continuum of care including Medically Assisted Detox, Extended Care, Monitored Residential, Day Treatment, Sober Living and Family Programs.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00161 View Profile Santa Ana, CA 92705
  • Sober College

    At Sober College, we empower young men and women ages 18 - 26 to find their purpose, discover true passion and follow a path of excellence by offering a one-of-a-kind treatment experience - centered around Five Core Competencies - that seamlessly integrates academics and drug rehabilitation.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00160 View Profile Woodland Hills, CA 91367
  • Foundations Recovery Network

    Through clinical services, research and education we aim to provide the highest quality of comprehensive care for individuals with co-occurring chemical addiction and mental health issues in the United States.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00360 View Profile Brentwood, TN 37027
  • Gulf Breeze Recovery

    Gulf Breeze Recovery overlooks the water in Pensacola Beach in Florida. We offer a non-12-step program. Instead, we help our guests identify how their addictions began so they can break free without the use of sponsors or weekly meetings.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00172 View Profile Gulf Breeze, FL 32561
  • Inspire Malibu

    Inspire Malibu’s state-of-the-art treatment program combines the latest scientific research with proven, evidence-based therapies to address both alcohol and substance abuse successfully. We are also uniquely qualified to address dual diagnosis disorders.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00171 View Profile Agoura Hills, CA 91301
  • C.A.R.E.S. Treatment

    CARES Treatment operates CARF accredited, male and female Residential Treatment Centers for children, teens and dependent young adults. Unlike traditional rehab centers that only use behavior-modification based therapy, CARES also administers Heart Transformation®, a relationship-based therapy.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00213 View Profile Celebration, FL 34747
  • Calvary Addiction Recovery Center

    Since 1964, Calvary Addiction Recovery Center has been a leader in addiction recovery. Our treatment programs are adults who are struggling with addiction to alcohol, drugs or gambling.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00371 View Profile Phoenix, AZ 85014
  • The Springboard Center

    Let us launch you into recovery with our full-service residential treatment(including medically-supervised detox) program, stand-alone Intensive Out Patient and 6 different sober living environments for both men and women. Most major insurances accepted.

    1-800-803-0635 ext. 00353 View Profile Midland, TX 79705

Searching for a Rehab Center in Louisiana for Your Treatment?

Addiction recovery and behavioral challenges are two health care issues regularly addressed at rehabilitation centers. Drug rehab and alcohol rehab centers, for example, encourage positive lifestyle adjustments and provide effective treatment through individual and/or group counseling in a safe environment away from many day-to-day stress factors. Most of these mental health facilities offer both inpatient and outpatient treatment options. Twenty-four hour therapeutic support is available during residential treatment, and care is provided by an experienced medical staff.

Besides quality drug and alcohol abuse treatment, rehab centers also offer supportive care to residents with a wide variety of mental health concerns. (LINK “mental health concerns” to http://www.goodtherapy.org/therapy-issues.html) Different mental health facilities are in place to treat conditions such as schizophrenia, bipolar issues, and compulsive gambling.

Mental Health Care in Louisiana

In 2011, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) conducted a National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH). The results of this survey indicate that almost 20% of adults in Louisiana experience mental health issues.

Louisiana is ranked 41st in terms of overall well-being by the 2013 Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index that compares the well-being across states. The state ranked in the third quintile for work environment and emotional health, the fourth quintile for life evaluation and emotional health, and the fifth quintile for healthy behaviors and basic access. According to the index, the community of Baton Rouge had the highest well-being measures in Louisiana.

In its 2014 survey, Mental Health America (MHA) ranked Louisiana 47th out of all American states and the District of Columbia, indicating a high prevalence of mental health concerns and low rates of access to needed mental health care. The state ranked 48th in mental health access, and according to MHA scores, approximately 285,000 adult residents report alcohol or illicit substance dependency, and 21,000 minors display drug and alcohol abuse or substance addiction.

Louisiana Census Info

Louisiana has a population of more than 4.5 million people. From 2010 to 2013, the state saw a 2% increase in population size. Roughly 13% of all residents are at least 65 years old, and 24% are under the age of 18. Approximately 64% of the population is white, 32% is black, 2% is Asian, and 1% is American Indian or Alaska native. More than 19% of people in Louisiana live below the poverty line.

References:

  1. Department of Health and Hospitals. (n.d.). Office of behavioral health: About us. Retrieved from http://www.dhh.louisiana.gov/index.cfm/page/94/n/113
  2. Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. (2013). Louisiana. Retrieved from http://cdn2.hubspot.net/hub/162029/file-620532999-pdf/WBI2013/Louisiana_2013_State_Report.pdf?t=1418935567368
  3. Mental Health America. (2014). Parity or disparity: The state of mental health in America, 2015. Retrieved from http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/sites/default/files/Parity%20or%20Disparity%202015%20Report.pdf
  4. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2011). The NSDUH report. Retrieved from http://oas.samhsa.gov/2k11/078/WEB_SR_078.htm
  5. United States Census Bureau. (n.d.). State & county quickfacts: Louisiana. Retrieved from http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/22000.html