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The State of Indiana has many state funded treatment options that are funded to provide addiction treatment for their residents. There are also medicaid accepted providers of substance abuse treatment. We have researched these along with Non Profit 501(c)(3) and County Rehab programs to provide a comprehensive list of provide at little to no cost for residents.

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Health and Wellness Education - Purdue Univ. Student Wellness

601 Stadium Mall Drive
West Lafayette, IN - 47907
(765) 494-9355
Provides health and wellness educational programming for Purdue University students. Programs are tailored to specific audience and needs or requests. Information available on the Web Site/Home Page. Topics include, but are not limited to: ..

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Drug Tip Line - Purdue University Police Department

205 South Intramural Drive/TERY
West Lafayette, IN - 47907
(765) 494-8221
Drug Tip Line - Purdue University Police Department  is NOT an immediate response or emergency line. An anonymous tip line designed to provide police with information about drug use and dealing on the campus. Callers should give informa..

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Purdue Employee Assistance Program

501 Hayes Street
West Lafayette, IN - 47906
(765) 494-7707
The program's objective is to provide assistance to Purdue employees and their families in dealing with personal or family problems (including substance abuse and mental health concerns). Services included: short-term counseling for personal, fa..

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Nearby Listings

Due to the low number of listings in West Lafayette, we have added area listings below.

Men's Substance Abuse Recovery Home - Home With Hope

1001 Ferry Street
Lafayette, IN - 47901
(765) 742-2321
A structured residential facility for male alcoholics and addicts working on their recovery from addiction. Residents are required to work the 12-Step program of recovery, to participate in Relapse Prevention, Thinking For A Change program and other programs that may be offered. Residents are..

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Substance Abuse Education Court Services - Tippecanoe Co Court Se

117 North 4th Street
Lafayette, IN - 47901
(765) 423-1172
Substance Abuse Education Court Services - Tippecanoe Co Court  Provides behavioral as well as alcohol and drug assessments, education, referral and case management for juveniles and adults referred by the Tippecanoe County court system and other agencies and organizations. Services desig..

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Lighthouse Recovery Home

P.O. Box 861
Monticello, IN - 47960
(574) 297-5129
Lighthouse Recovery Home Not-for-profit recovery facility that provides safe, secure, and supervised housing for six to twelve residents who suffer from alcohol and or drug addictions. ..

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Drug-Free Coalition of Tippecanoe County

100 Saw Mill Road, Suite 2204
Lafayette, IN - 47903
(765) 471-9916
Coalition of interested service providers and individuals who work to improve the quality of life in Tippecanoe County by establishing a country-wide comprehensive plan to reduce alcohol, tobacco, and other drug abuse. Annual funding opportunities are offered in these areas of focus through a co..

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Community Support Program - Wabash Valley Hospital, Inc.

217 North Farabee Drive
Lafayette, IN - 47901
(765) 447-1312
The Community Support Program (CSP) serves people with a serious mental illness and consists of the following services: Outpatient Case Management for persons living in their own apartments which provides regular and intensive case management. This may include medication monitoring, money manag..

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Cities in Indiana

State Funded & Non-Profit Treatment

Free Options

There are many non-profit organizations dedicated to providing drug and alcohol treatment and support

State Supported Rehab

Millions of federal and state tax dollars are allocated to subsidizing rehab treatment for patients who cannot afford them.

Faith Based Rehab

Thousands of churches and religious organizations offer low-cost or free drug and alcohol treatment as part of their missions.