Drug Rehab Arkansas

How Long Can I Save My Job If I Take Time To Go To Drug Rehab in Arkansas?

Coming to the conclusion that you cannot quit drugs on your own is a huge first step in your recovery. Only a drug rehab can help you to detox from addictive substances and give you the tools to live a clean and sober life. If you live in Arkansas and you have a job, you might ask “how long can I save my job if I take time to go to drug rehab in Arkansas?”

When you think of someone being an addict, drugs such as heroin, cocaine and LSD may come to mind. However it today's world there are two new killers on the horizon, prescription and synthetic drugs. Due to the health crisis in America, many people are using more prescription drugs than ever before. Vicodin, Oxycontin and other addictive drugs are used in millions of homes throughout the united states. The latest threat to human life is synthetic drugs. You do not have to break the law to buy and sell these drugs. They are sold over the counter in any convenience store on any corner. Although a movement to ban the substance has been launched, people still continue to buy it and end up in hospitals at alarming rates.

A drug rehab in Arkansas requires that you check in for a minimum of 28 days. How long you can keep your job depends on your responsibilities at work and how understanding your boss is. It may also depend on whether you have enough vacation time available so that you can take the time off. Another factor may be money. Do you have a sufficient amount saved to pay your bills and take care of other things while you are in treatment? Something else to consider is health insurance and short term disability. Of course health insurance will pay all or a portion of your drug rehab in Arkansas and short term disability will cover your time off.

If you are serious about getting well, it may be advantageous to quit your job if your boss will not allow you to take the time off to get better. This may be one of the reasons why many people fail to seek treatment for their addictions. They just can’t afford to lose their jobs. However if you don’t get help and your addiction gets worse, you may end up losing your job anyway. It’s best to move forward with your treatment come what may. You will be stronger for it and feel much better yourself in the long run. Who knows maybe an even better job will be in your future after you complete drug rehab in Arkansas.

List of Drug Rehabs and Alcohol Treatment in Arkansas

How to find drug and alcohol treatment in Arkansas can be very difficult.  We have provided a Solutions-Based Directory for you to find rehabs that are affordable, low cost, no cost, insurance accepted, state funded as well as self pay.  You can find out the way to get off heroin, cocaine, meth, ecstasy, painkillers, pills, xanax, marijuana and alcohol.  Most treatment facilities either provide detox or work closely with a detox facility in Arkansas.  Sober living facilities can be found in Arkansas.

Outpatient, residential, extended care, men's or women's, Christian, faith based, outdoor wilderness, dual diagnosis, mental health, behavioral health, detox and long term care are available to you in Arkansas.

Arkansas is known for the widespread epidemic of meth ( ice, crystal, glass, crank, methampetamine, tweak, tweek .) Treatment and detox for meth is becoming more and more popular in recent years. If you or someone you know needs help finding rehab or detox for meth, be sure to fill out our rapid response form on any page of this site. We are dedicated to the fight against meth. Meth is a dangerous drug that brutally kills people and ruins lives.

Heroin and opiates are all-too-often treated with methadone in large populations like Little Rock and Ft. Smith. Detox and treatment for heroin ( dope, horse, smack, h ) is available to assist people with returning to a normal lifestyle without constantly relying on maintenance drugs like methadone and Suboxone. Another major area of concern for people in Arkansas are the synthetic drugs like Oxycontin ( Oxy ), Roxicet ( Roxy ), and Oxycodone. Recovery is possible and a new life can be found by simply completing the simple form below. We will help you find the proper detox for heroin and opiates.

Want to know if your insurance will be accepted at a treatment center? Whether you have Blue Cross / Blue Shield (BCBS), Aetna, United Health Care, Humana, Assurant, Unicare, Anthem, Carefirst, Cigna, Asuris Northwest Health, Celtic Insurance, Fortis, Golden Rule, Health Net, Kaiser, Shelter, Vista, Wellpoint, Accordia or even Medicaid, Tri Care, and state funded insurance – we can usually help you find what you are looking for. We work closely with thousands of facilities that accept insurance, whether it be in network or out of network. If you don’t have insurance, many facilities are now offering payment plans, financing, and some even offer scholarships.

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Arkansas Drug Rehab Helpline

Little Rock
(888) 842-3167   AR


If you are looking for a Arkansas drug rehab or alcohol treatment center, we can help. Simply call our toll free number to find Detox or drug rehab in Arkansas. We help with all addiction treatment including cocaine, heroin, meth, alcohol, oxycontin and suboxone.
Transformations Drug & Alcohol Treatment Center
14000 South Military Trail Suite 204A
Delray Beach
(866) 211-5538   AR


Transformation- Metamorphosis A complete change, such as from a caterpillar to a butterfly Transformations Treatment Center is a leading provider of addiction treatment services designed to help individuals who struggle with chemical dependency. Transformations utilizes a three phase step down program designed to help those transform from an addiction centered lifestyle to trusting in the recovery process. The philosophy of Transformations is based on the theory that addiction or alcoholism is a three-fold disease: physical, mental, and spiritual. At Transformations we treat the individual as a whole. Transformations is located in the heart of Delray Beach, Florida which is known as the recovery capital of the nation. Delray Beach offers 100's of 12 step recovery meetings to help individuals build healthy support groups.
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401 Crittenden Street
NADC Substance Abuse Treatment Program
Oak and 9th Streets
Counseling Clinic Inc
307 East Sevier Street
Ouachita Medical Center
638 California Street
Veterans Affairs Medical Center
1100 North College Street
Gateway House Inc
3900 North Armour Avenue
Fort Smith
Harbor House Inc
615 North 19th Street
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116 Snowball Drive
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812 Mountain Pine Road
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6009 CW Post Road
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120 Meghan Lane
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2801 West Roosevelt Road
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North Little Rock
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628 West Broadway
North Little Rock

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