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Inpatient Vs. Outpatient Rehabilitation in MississippiLooking for a top rated rehab program in Mississippi for yourself or someone you love? Rehabs.com is the expert on exclusive executive programs and can help you find the clinic that's right for you. Our substance abuse recovery clinics can help anyone break away from drugs, whether the addiction is to Roxanol, Percodan, alcohol or any other street or prescription drug.
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Thanks to this facility, staff and treatment plan, I've been in recovery for almost 12 years.
People was always willing to talk to you and help with your problem. No real exercise program. I liked the after care of the program, It lets people know there is still help out there after they leave Rehab.
They encourage family members to participate in the rehab process. They can be fooled by the patient. The facility released my loved one too soon. He fooled them into thinking that he was on the road to recovery--he was not. Two days after he left the facility, he relapsed into his old habit.
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Tori Ossenheimer, CTRSDirector of Experiential Services Oxford Treatment Center - Oxford
Tori uses outdoor and recreation experiences as a therapy tool that helps patients overcome self-destructive habits and build a new sense of self to carry them into recovery. She joined Oxford Treatment Center from Community Health and Wellness LLC in Austin, Texas, where she worked primarily with young veterans who faced physical disabilities, substance-abuse problems or other challenges. She holds an undergraduate degree in therapeutic recreation from Southern Illinois University and is a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist.Show Bio
Mark StovallCOO Oxford Treatment Center - Etta
Mark Stovall, CAT, CMHT, joined Oxford Treatment Center in March. He brings nearly 20 years experience in the coordination, development and management of inpatient chemical dependency and behavioral health programs. Stovall is the former director of the Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Services for the Mississippi Department of Mental Health (DMH). During his eight years with the department, he led divisions including adolescent services, clinical services, and treatment services. His efforts at DMH included advancing the use of evidence-based programs in community treatment centers across Mississippi.Show Bio
Rod FarrarClinical Director Extra Mile Recovery for Men
Rod Farrar has been working in the chemical dependency field since 1995. Since then, Rod pursued his master’s degree and is a licensed therapist. In addition to facilitating therapy, Rod has been an instructor of Psychology at the community college level as well as the Mississippi Addiction Counselor Training Program for Mississippi Association of Addiction Professionals. Rod is a board-qualified supervisor for professional counseling and certified supervisor for MAAP. Rod specializes in the treatment of trauma, complicated grief and chemical dependency and enjoys supervising beginning clinicians in the art of counseling.Show Bio
- Mississippi ranks 26th in treatment centers servicing/accepting rational emotive behavioral therapy per 100,000 residents. Hawaii is ranked slightly worse, ranked 27. One spot better is New York, ranked 25 in the U.S.
- When adjusted for population, Mississippi ranks 31st in treatment centers servicing/accepting federal military insurance. Arizona is ranked one spot worse at spot 32. Hawaii is ranked slightly better, ranked 30.
- For IHS/638 contract care funds clients, Mississippi ranks 33rd in population-adjusted treatment centers. Iowa is ranked one spot worse at spot 34. One spot better is Florida, ranked 32 in the U.S.
- Mississippi is 33rd among U.S. states in treatment centers servicing or accepting active duty military. Oregon is just 1 spot worse, ranked 34 out of the United States. Minnesota is ranked one spot better at spot 32.
- Mississippi ranks 33rd in treatment centers servicing/accepting medicare per 100,000 residents. The US National Average is ranked slightly worse, ranked 34. Delaware is ranked slightly better, ranked 32.
More InformationLike other states that border the Gulf Coast, Mississippi has been exposed to its share of weather-related disasters. Its coastal access also makes the Magnolia State vulnerable to the influences of international drug trafficking. But in spite of the presence of illicit drugs like heroin, cocaine, marijuana and meth in Mississippi, prescription drug addiction is one of the fastest-growing substance abuse trends. Drug rehab programs in the South must provide services that meet the changing needs of this region's population. Identifying Prescription Drug Addiction Painkillers like morphine, hydrocodone and oxycodone provide valuable relief to Mississippi residents who are living with chronic pain. But the addictive potential of these drugs makes them dangerous to those who use them without a doctor's prescription. The non-medical use of prescription pain relievers is a growing problem in Mississippi. In July 2012, Mississippi Public Broadcasting reported that 9 million doses of hydrocodone, an opiate used in drugs like Vicodin, had been dispensed in the previous 30 days. Doctors have gotten savvy about identifying the signs of prescription drug addiction, but the problem still persists. How do you know if you or someone you love has become chemically dependent on these medications?
- You seek prescriptions from multiple doctors to get the drugs you need.
- You've had financial or legal problems related to your prescription drug use.
- You get anxious, angry or hostile when you can't have access to a medication.
- You develop physical withdrawal symptoms, like muscle spasms, nausea, sweating or chills, when you try to cut down your dose or quit.
Alcohol and drug abuse treatment and prevention are top priorities for the Mississippi Department of Mental Health. This agency operates a statewide network of nonprofit, community-based programs that can help you get clean and sober, even if you lack the funds to pay for treatment.
*State-Sponsored Drug Rehab in Mississippi
Where can you turn in Mississippi if you don't have health insurance or the financial resources to pay for rehab? Sponsored by the Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services, Community Mental Health Centers (CMHCs) throughout Mississippi provide rehab services such as:
- Drug detox services
- Residential alcohol or drug rehab
- Crisis intervention services
- 24-hour helplines
- 10-week intensive outpatient rehab programs
- Aftercare services for rehab graduates
- Vocational counseling, childcare and housing assistance
The cost of drug and alcohol rehab varies from one treatment program to another. At a nonprofit outpatient treatment center, you can receive counseling, medication therapy and access to community-based resources at little or no cost. Nonprofit state-sponsored rehab programs are also very affordable, offering sliding-scale fee structures to clients with financial difficulties. Church-sponsored rehab programs may provide their services for free, but observation of the organization's spiritual traditions may be required.