Within driving distance from Buffalo, Wyoming, are drug and alcohol addiction programs and services.
Local substance abuse treatment centers within driving distance of Buffalo offer treatment programs including:
- partial hospitalization programs (PHP)
- medical detox
- individual and group therapy
- relapse prevention planning
- outpatient programs
- inpatient treatment
For more treatment options, be sure to view our list of the best alcohol and drug detox centers in Wyoming.
Rehab Centers Near Buffalo, Wyoming
Wyoming Recovery – Casper, Wyoming
This drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility offers a range of addiction treatment services and is approximately 113 miles from Buffalo.
Among the many substance abuse treatment services used at this alcohol and drug rehab, some of those treatment options may include:
- MAT programs for opioid addiction
- outpatient treatment
- IOP programs
- inpatient programs
- individualized addiction treatment plans
- medical detox services
Location and contact information:
231 South Wilson Street
Casper, WY 82601
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Find Substance Abuse Treatment Centers Near Buffalo, Wyoming
There are available treatment options for substance use disorders within driving distance from Buffalo, Wyoming.
Individuals looking for inpatient treatment, medical detox, and other recovery options can find them at a substance abuse treatment center located outside the city.
If you are considering traveling for addiction treatment, be sure to view our list of the best alcohol and drug detox centers in the US.
Contact our addiction helpline today for help or more information, and find an alcohol and drug rehab center near you today.
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Published on June 18, 2021
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- National Institute on Drug Abuse - opioid-involved overdoses
- National Institutes of Health - overdose deaths