Are There Any Free or Low Cost Drug and Alcohol Rehab Centers or Outpatient Options in Kansas?

Question by MacLXXI: Are there any free or low cost drug and alcohol rehab centers or outpatient options in Kansas?
I am needing to find services, at no or low cost for drug and alcohol addiction in Kansas, preferably, possibly one of the surrounding states. Thanks for your help.

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Answer by Jennifer E
You might want to look into 12 step programs, state programs or treatment programs with payment plans. Look for online resources and talk to others who have been through addiction. Wishing you the best of luck.

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