One accredited alcohol and drug treatment center is located in Forrest City.
Many others are located in nearby cities and across the state of Arkansas.
Substance abuse treatment programs in and around West Memphis, Arkansas include:
- medical detox
- inpatient treatment (short- and long-term)
- outpatient treatment
- partial day programs (PHP)
- intensive outpatient programs (IOP)
- dual diagnosis care for co-occurring disorders
- mental health services
- medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
- continuum of care
- transitional housing
For more treatment options, be sure to view our list of the best drug rehab centers in Arkansas.
Rehab Center In Forrest City, Arkansas
Delta Recovery Center
The Delta Recovery Center is part of the Mid-South Health Systems organization.
This is a 26-bed residential drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility designed to help you reach lifelong recovery.
Inpatient programs are designed for 28- to 35-day treatment.
CARF International accredits the Delta Recovery Center.
Substance abuse treatment programs offered:
- inpatient rehab programs
- individualized addiction treatment plans
- behavioral health therapy
- individual and group therapy
- continuum of care
- substance abuse management education
- sober living
- aftercare programs
Location and contact information:
4451 N. Washington St.
Forrest City, AR 72335
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Finding Addiction Treatment In Forrest City, Arkansas
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Published on May 19, 2021
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- National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) -- Drug Misuse and Addiction
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) -- Behavioral Health Barometer: Arkansas, Volume 5