Top 27 Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Inglewood, CA & Free Treatment Resources

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Inglewood, California, is a city with a population of 105,181, located in the southern part of Los Angeles County.1 Despite its beauty and desirable location, many people in the area struggle with drug and alcohol addiction. However, California's Mental Health Parity Act ensures that you receive insurance coverage for rehab care, and the Good Samaritan law protects you from prosecution when you try to help your loved ones experiencing an overdose.2,3 Financing alcohol and drug rehab in Inglewood, California, is easier than you think. Some rehab centers accept common funding options like private insurance, Medicare, and Medicaid, and others offer free rehab services.

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Alcohol and Drug Abuse Stats inInglewood

Many residents in Inglewood and Los Angeles County use opioids and some experience overdose from drug use. The following data shows the extent and impact of drug use in Los Angeles County:4

Paying for Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Inglewood

inglewood californiaThere are numerous free or low-cost drug treatment facilities in Inglewood, Los Angeles County. State-funded programs with funding from the federal and state government are available for residents with low income and inadequate financial resources.

Drug Medi-Cal is the state-funded resource for drug and alcohol misuse treatment in California. You can expect Drug Medi-Cal to pay for your treatment if you are eligible for Medi-Cal, the California Medicaid program.9 You may receive state-funded rehab services at a Drug Medi-Cal certified program. Other free or low-cost options include rehab scholarships and grants. You can expect part or all of the cost of rehab to be covered by a grant from the organization; however, they can revoke the grant if you stop the treatment.

The following rehabs in Inglewood provide free services or offer financial aid:

  • US Vets Inglewood
  • AADAP Asian American Drug Abuse Program Jim Goodman Outpatient Counselling
  • Divine Healthcare Services

Methadone Treatment Programs

Methadone is a form of opioid used for treating withdrawals from heroin and similar compounds. Methadone treatment programs are typically outpatient programs registered by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and certified by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) for treating opioid misuse. You can expect treatment with pharmacotherapies, behavioral therapies, and other recovery support services (RSS).10

Private Health Insurance

Numerous rehabs in Inglewood, California, accept private health insurance, including individual and employer plans. Private health insurance companies in Inglewood, California, are required by law to provide as much coverage for drug rehab as for medical and surgical conditions. You can expect at least some of the cost of your treatment to be covered if you have private insurance.

The following rehabs in Inglewood accept private insurance:

  • Valley Recovery Center
  • Inglewood Medical and Mental Health
  • AEGIS Treatment Centers Inglewood

Medicare

Medicare is government-funded health insurance for people who are 65 years and older. You may qualify for Medicare if you have a disability, end-stage renal disease (ESRD), ALS, or if you meet the age criteria.11

Medicaid

Medicaid is a state and federally-funded health insurance plan for people with low income and resources. You may qualify for Medi-Cal, California’s Medicaid program, if you meet the income criteria for your family size.12 Rehabs in Inglewood and nearby regions that accept Medicare and Medicaid include the following:

  • Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services Inglewood
  • Divine Healthcare Services
  • Pacific Clinics Sierra Family Center

Local Information About Inglewood: Getting Around

Inglewood is a wonderful place for rehab or visiting loved ones in treatment because of its proximity to the scenic Southern California beaches, rugged mountains, Downtown Los Angeles, and Hollywood. If you live in Los Angeles county, you can start searching for “drug rehabs near me” or “alcohol rehabs near me” and narrow down locations. If you don’t live in LA County, it is still relatively easy to travel to and from Inglewood, California, and the rest of the country.

Transportation

You can travel by Amtrak using one of several Amtrak stations close by, including Union Station in Downtown Los Angeles, the Glendale station, and the San Pedro station. There are several airports close to Inglewood that you can use when visiting your loved ones in rehab in Inglewood or traveling for rehab. Convenient airports around Inglewood include LAX, John Wayne Airport, Hollywood Burbank Airport, and Long Beach Airport. The dense networks of the Los Angeles County Metro Rail and Bus Systems make traveling in and around Inglewood stress-free.

Accommodations

There are plenty of hotels to choose from within and around Inglewood. You can expect to complete some errands in Inglewood on foot, as most parts of the city are very walkable. However, driving is a great option as well since Los Angeles County has excellent roads and freeways. Inglewood is famous for the SoFi Stadium, Dulan’s Soul Food Kitchen, Randy’s Donuts, and the Forum. You can expect to enjoy your stay in Inglewood as you explore the famous sites during rehab.

Resources

  1. United States Census. (n.d.). Inglewood City, California.
  2. The California Department of Managed Health Care. (2022). Behavioral Health Care.
  3. County of Santa Clara. (2022). Good Samaritan Laws.
  4. California Overdose Surveillance Dashboard. (n.d.). Los Angeles County dashboard count.
  5. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (n.d.). 2016–2018 National Survey on Drug Use and Health Substate Region Estimates for California.
  6. County of Los Angeles Public Health. (2021). Patients in Publicly Funded Substance Use Disorder Programs in Los Angeles County 2019-2020 Fiscal Year.
  7. State of California. (2022). DUI Arrests by County. State of California DMV.
  8. County of Los Angeles Public Health. (2020). Strategic prevention plan July 2020 to June 2025.
  9. State of California. (2021, March 23). Drug Medi-Cal Overview. Department of Health Care Services.
  10. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (US) & Office of the Surgeon General (US). (2016). Facing Addiction in America: The Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health [Internet].. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
  11. Medicare.gov. (n.d.). Get started with Medicare.
  12. State of California. (2022, February 28). Do You Qualify for Medi-Cal benefits? California Department of Health Care Services.

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