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How Can a Person Who Has Low-Income Find a Good Addiction Treatment Program?

Question by ashleigh h: How can a person who has low-income find a good addiction treatment program?
I know addiction treatment programs cost much. How about those who want to change but can’t afford to go to addiction treatment centers? Especially those who are unemployed?

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Answer by anyssa w
There are actually state-funded treatment programs available now for low-income or indigent persons who are in need of treatment regarding their alcohol or drug dependency. For those who are deemed unemployable because of their addiction, they are eligible to apply for treatment under the Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment and Support Act.

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