COVID-19 Addiction Resources

We recognize the need for treatment and support now more than ever during this crisis. At American Addiction Centers we are doing everything we can to support our current patients and prospective patients who may still be struggling with substance use. We will not let this pandemic prevent us from helping those in need. American Addiction Centers is still open and actively accepting patients.

Each of our facilities have established a Health Protection Committee to ensure the safety and wellness of its staff and patients. We are following recommendations set forth by the CDC and WHO. It is our mission to provide quality, compassionate, and innovative care to adults struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders, regardless of the challenges thrown our way. Don’t let this pandemic be a barrier to the treatment you deserve and need. We are here to help you achieve sobriety. Call an Admissions Navigator today to explore your treatment options. We are here for you.

Isolation & Addiction

It’s important to set boundaries if you are isolated at home with your family. If you are working from home it’s also important to not overwork and get offline when your workday is complete. Doing positive activities can help  you from feeling bored and cramped inside your home. Discover some tips & tricks below.

Stress/Anxiety Triggers

Everybody may experience fear, anxiety, and panic from COVID-19. Luckily, there are several ways to practice self-care and maintain your mental health, even while not in a treatment program. It can be a complex practice, like identifying your triggers or circumventing conversations about the virus. We are here to help!

Daily Routines & Sobriety

Having a routine is a great thing to keep your mind focused and clear.  Maintaining sobriety during a pandemic isn’t easy, but it is possible. With planning and fortitude, you can maintain your health and your recovery during the coronavirus pandemic. Consider joining a virtual support meeting today!

Substance Abuse Treatment During a Pandemic

With passion and vigilance, American Addiction Centers (AAC) remains open and committed to serving the millions of individuals struggling with addiction, while enforcing safety and prevention as a top priority in regard to COVID-19. Amidst the global health crisis, AAC is strictly following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization’s recommendations and taking as many proactive actions as possible to protect our current and future patients and staff.

American Addiction Centers partners with a number of health insurance providers to offer the best treatment at low cost for consumers. Depending on your provider and your needs, you may be able to go to a number of facilities nationwide.

Please note: American Addiction Centers strives to provide you with the most updated information on each carriers’ addiction insurance coverage but policy changes and errors do occur. Please check with your insurance carrier directly to confirm coverage levels. 

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