Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Clovis, CA

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Clovis is situated midway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, bordering Fresno, in the agriculturally rich San Joaquin Valley. With a population of around 100,000, Clovis is a large town where drug and alcohol use are prevalent. Youth and adults in Fresno County, where Clovis is located, report that alcohol and marijuana are easily accessible at home, through schools, and at community locations.1 The arrest rate for driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol and collisions related to drug and alcohol use has increased in the county since 2012.1 Fortunately, California has a few laws that seek to help you with alcohol and drug misuse conditions. The Substance Abuse & Crime Prevention Act of 2000 offers treatment in lieu of jail time for those convicted of drug-related charges.When searching for treatment, you will find that many alcohol and drug rehabs in Clovis offer free care or some kind of financial assistance.

Find Rehab Centers in Clovis

Thumbnail Name Address Phone Treatment Insurance
Special Services Community Center Clovis CA 93612 Special Services Community Center Clovis

855 West Ashlan Avenue
Clovis, CA 93612

559-348-0129 Outpatient N/A
First Steps Recovery CA 93611 First Steps Recovery

2121 Herndon Avenue
Clovis, CA 93611

844-244-7837 Inpatient Private
Central Valley Indian Health Outreach CA 93611 Central Valley Indian Health Outreach

2740 Herndon Avenue
Clovis, CA 93611

559-299-2634 Outpatient Free
Eleventh Hour Rehabilitation Programs

334 West Shaw Avenue
Clovis, CA 93612

559-322-1819 Outpatient Private
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Drug and Alcohol Abuse Stats in Clovis

Clovis is in Fresno County, which has some alarming statistics on drug and alcohol use among the youth population. Here are some of the statistics for Fresno County:1

While these statistics may seem daunting, quality care does exist in many drug rehabs in Clovis. The city offers several options of treatment types and costs so you can find what is best for you.

How to Pay for Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Clovis

cloviaclovis california drug alcohol rehab california drug alcohol rehabAlcohol rehabs in Clovis vary greatly in costs depending on the type of treatment center you visit. Treatment options range from short-term outpatient to long-term inpatient programs. Other factors that will determine your costs include:

Free Rehab

If you are searching for “Clovis alcohol rehabs near me,” you will find a range of centers, from free to requiring insurance or private payment. Free treatment is available through state-funded rehabs. These centers receive money from the government that allows them to offer treatment at no cost to you if you qualify.

Aside from state-funded rehab centers, many places also have grants or scholarships available to cover the cost of care. These can be funded through government programs and private donors.

Some free drug rehab centers near Clovis include:

Check with a staff member at any treatment center to ask about free care, sliding-scale payments, or discounts.

Private Insurance

Most Clovis alcohol and drug rehabs will accept insurance providers such as Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, or others. Insurance uses ways to help share healthcare costs with you. It may offer co-pay rates, co-insurance percentages, and out-of-pocket maximums that cap your spending on treatment.

Check with your insurance provider to find out more about your specific plan and what services it covers.

Medicare and Medi-Cal

You may also be eligible for government-funded insurance programs such as Medicare or Medicaid.

If you are an American citizen over the age of 65, you can enroll in Medicare. The following treatments are covered by this insurance plan:4

Medi-Cal is another program that is partially funded by the federal government and additionally by the state government for individuals and families with low incomes. It covers most mental health services as Medicare does, including:5

How Easy is it to Travel to and Within Clovis?

If you are considering Clovis as the location for your drug and alcohol treatment, there are things to know about traveling to and within the city.

Airports and Transportation
The nearest airport to Clovis is Fresno (FAT) Airport, which is four miles away. Other nearby airports include Bakersfield (BFL) (103.1 miles), Monterey (MRY) (120.8 miles), and San Luis Obispo County (SBP) (122.1 miles). There are also plenty of hotel options around the city if you need accommodations for yourself or loved ones who come to visit you during your treatment stay.

Clovis has a transit system that provides free public transportation around the city. All buses are accessible for mobility devices, and operators are trained to assist disabled passengers.

Attractions
Clovis offers some great attractions, including the area called Old Town Clovis filled with antiques and collectibles shops. The Sierra Vista Mall and The Avenue are two great shopping locales in the city. Clovis also offers more than 285 acres of city parks and trails to enjoy. You can expect a Mediterranean climate in this part of the state, which means it has mild, wet winters and very long, hot, dry summers.

Whether you travel to Clovis or choose another location for rehab, seeking treatment is the best chance at recovery. If you or someone you love needs drug or alcohol rehab, please call 800-926-9037 (Info iconWho Answers?) today to speak to a specialist about treatment options.

Resources

  1. Department of Behavioral Health Substance Use Disorder Services. (2020, June 30). Fresno County’s Alcohol and Other Drug Strategic Prevention Plan. County of Fresno.
  2. California Legislative Information. (2012). Bill-472 Controlled substances: overdose: punishment.
  3. Public Defender Office. (2022). Substance Abuse Crime Prevention Act 2000County of Santa Clara.
  4. CENTERS for MEDICARE & MEDICAID SERVICES. (2022). Medicare and Your Mental Health Benefits. Medicare.gov.
  5. Department of Healthcare Services. ​​MEDI-CAL EXPANSION: COVERING MORE CALIFORNIANS.