Drug & Alcohol Rehabs in
Topeka, KS

Topeka Kansas Drug Alcohol Rehab
Located to the west of Kansas City, Topeka is the 5th most populous city in the state. As a whole, Kansas has seen an increase in drug use in recent years, with Topeka following state trends. Opioids are the fastest-growing cause of overdose.The Kansas judicial system is battling substance misuse by offering treatment instead of incarceration to eligible individuals.2 The state also allows access to naloxone from pharmacies without a prescription.If you are seeking alcohol or drug rehab in Topeka, you have many options, including those that accept insurance, Medicare, and KanCare. Plus, many rehabs are state-funded and offer low-cost treatment.

Find Rehab Centers in Topeka

Thumbnail Name Address Phone Treatment Insurance
Pathway Family Services Topeka

4101 Southwest Martin Drive
Topeka, KS 66609

785-861-7147 Outpatient Inpatient Medicaid Private
New Dawn Wellness and Recovery Center

1221 Southwest 21st Street
Topeka , KS 66604

785-266-0202 Outpatient Medicaid Private
Family Service and Guidance Center Topeka

325 Southwest Frazier Avenue
Topeka, KS 66606

785-232-5005 Outpatient Medicaid Private
Stone Street Professional Offices

5847 Southwest 29th Street
Topeka, KS 66614

785-273-7292 Inpatient N/A
Four Winds Family Recovery

2445 Southwest Wanamaker Road
Topeka, KS 66614

785-845-5416 Outpatient Private
Valeo Behavioral Health Care Residence Program

5401 Southwest 7th Street
Topeka, KS 66606

785-215-8863 Inpatient Private Medicaid
Valeo Recovery Center Topeka

330 Southwest Oakley Avenue
Topeka, KS 66606

785-233-1730 Outpatient Detox Inpatient Medicaid Private
Oxford House Greystone

334 Southwest Harrison Street
Topeka, KS 66603

785-354-1154 Inpatient N/A
Colmery O Neil VA Medical Center

2200 Southwest Gage Boulevard
Topeka, KS 66622

800-574-8387 Outpatient Private
Second Chance Services

501 Southeast Jefferson Street
Topeka, KS 66607

785-845-6872 Outpatient Medicaid
Topeka Treatment Center

3360 Southwest Harrison Street
Topeka, KS 66611

785-266-4100 Outpatient Detox N/A
Mirror Topeka Outpatient Treatment Program

1401 Southwest Topeka Boulevard
Topeka, KS 66612

785-260-6688 Outpatient Medicaid Private
Colmery O Neil VA Medical Center

2200 Southwest Gage Boulevard
Topeka, KS 66622

785-350-3111 Outpatient Detox Inpatient Medicaid Private
Mirror Residential Program

2201 Southeast 25th Street
Topeka, KS 66605

785-267-0561 Outpatient Inpatient Medicaid Private
New Vision The University of Kansas Health System St Francis Campus

1700 Southwest 7th Street
Topeka, KS 66606

785-379-4666 N/A N/A
Farm Transitions

217 Southwest 4th Street
Topeka, KS 66603

785-271-6657 Inpatient N/A
Brighton Place West

331 Southwest Oakley Avenue
Topeka, KS 66606

785-232-1212 Inpatient Medicaid
Sword Of Change Addiction and Recovery

701 Southwest Jackson Street
Topeka, KS 66603

785-664-242 Outpatient N/A
Valeo Behavioral Health Care

400 Southwest Oakley Avenue
Topeka, KS 66606

785-233-1730 Outpatient Private Medicaid
Sims Kemper Clinical Counseling and Recovery Services

1701 Southwest Medford Avenue
Topeka, KS 66604

785-233-0666 Outpatient Medicaid Private
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Alcohol and Drug Use Statistics in Topeka, KS

Excessive drinking and non-medical drug use are common in Kansas, including in the state capital. Topeka is located in Shawnee County, the third largest county in the state. Some facts about substance use in Kansas as a whole and Shawnee County include:1,4,5

Paying for Alcohol and Drug Rehab in Topeka, KS

Many people worry about the cost of rehab. If you need drug or alcohol rehab in Topeka, KS, there are free or low-cost options, including:

Government-funded rehabs:: The state and federal governments provide funding to certain rehab facilities. This funding allows the treatment programs to provide care to people who cannot otherwise afford rehab.

Rehab scholarships: Some treatment facilities have funding for scholarships to help individuals pay for care. You can also apply to third-party organizations like 10,000 Beds for rehab scholarships.

Grant-funded rehabs: Private funders or public health agencies such as SAMHSA provide grant funding to rehabs that apply for assistance. The funds are used to offer rehab at a reduced cost or no cost. This may include inpatient or outpatient programs.

Under the terms of the Affordable Care Act and the Mental Health Parity Act, all private insurance plans must pay for addiction treatment. The laws apply to any insurance plan you get through work or a plan you pay for on your own. Military insurance will also cover the cost of addiction treatment. Your insurance company may have a preferred network of providers for rehab services. Ask your insurance company which facilities are part of its network, what your out-of-pocket fees will be, and if your costs will be higher if you go to an out-of-network program.


Medicare is a federal insurance program for people over 65 and people with certain health conditions or disabilities. Medicare covers inpatient6 and outpatient7 rehab, though you will be responsible for a co-pay for your care. Medicare covers a wide range of substance misuse treatments, including:

Medicaid: KanCare

Medicaid is a state and federal partnership that provides insurance to people who meet certain age, income, or health qualifications. Kansas’s Medicaid program is called KanCare, and anyone making 133% or less of the federal poverty level is eligible to apply for coverage.8 Topeka drug rehabs, such as Mirror Inc, Topeka Treatment Center, and New Dawn Wellness and Recovery, accept Medicaid.

The state of Kansas has eight Designated Women’s Substance Abuse Treatment Programs.9 These facilities provide addiction treatment for pregnant women and women with children. Contact the Kansas Behavioral Health Office to see if you are eligible for these programs. The closest program to Topeka is First Step at Lake View in Lawrence, KS.

Kansas has partnerships with private providers to offer addiction assessments and referrals to residents.10 This includes referrals for methadone treatment for opioid addiction. You can also access Topeka alcohol rehab or drug rehab services through the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services.

How Easy is it to Travel to and Within Topeka, KS?

topeka kansas cityFriends and family will find it easy to visit Topeka to see loved ones in treatment. The Topeka Regional Airport is just south of the city. The area is accessible from Interstate 70 and Kansas State Highway 75. There is an Amtrak station in the city as well.

The downtown area is home to the Kansas State Capitol, as well as cultural and historical sites. There are several hotels in the area, as well as plentiful options for dining and parking. There are car rental options at the airport and in the city itself. A public bus system serves the Topeka area.

Local attractions include the Topeka Zoo and Conservation Center, the Kansas Children’s Discovery Center, and Brown v. The Board of Education National Historic Site.


  1. Kansas Department of Health and Education. (No date). County Level Drug Overdose Deaths, 2005 to 2009, 2012 to 2016.
  2. Kansas Judicial Branch. (2021). Drug Court.
  3. Kansas Board of Pharmacy: (2022). NALOXONE DISPENSING IN KANSAS.
  4. County Health Rankings. (No date). Kansas Shawnee County.
  5. Shawnee County Health Department. (2020). EPI-SURVeillance.
  6. Medicare.gov. (2022). Inpatient hospital care.
  7. Medicare.gov. (2022). Mental health care (outpatient).
  8. KanCare. (2022). KanCare Medicaid for Kansas.
  9. Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services. (2022). Kansas Designated Women’s Substance Use Disorder Treatment.
  10. Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services. (2022). Substance Use Treatment Services