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Wrangell Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Centers

If you or someone you love is struggling with substance abuse, the city of Wrangell, Alaska, has one treatment facility available to provide the support and treatment you need.

Alaska Island Community Services

Located at 333 Church Street in Wrangell, the Alaska Islands Community Services facility offers outpatient drug rehab treatment as well as a holistic residential treatment program. Both are intensive treatments designed to help patients achieve true recovery from their dependence on addictive substances. With a focus on holistic and homeopathic treatments, the Alaska Islands Community Services facility aims to treat the whole person as it works on treating the addiction.

Alaska Island Community Services offers comprehensive health and welfare services to the people of Wrangell. As a result, it is a dual-diagnosis facility, so those with co-occurring mental disorders and addiction can get treatment for both conditions. Substance abuse treatment is handled primarily through the clinic's behavioral health specialists, with substance abuse counseling offered alongside other behavioral health services.

About Wrangell

Wrangell is a small community of just over 2,400 people located on Mud Bay on the northern tip of Wrangell Island. While specific data about substance abuse in Wrangell is not available, the need for substance abuse treatment in communities like Wrangell is high because of the higher than average percent of people who use illicit drugs and abuse alcohol in Alaska as a whole.

According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, nearly 13 percent of the population admits to using illicit drugs in the past month, one of the highest estimates in the country. Over 53 percent of the people ages 12 and over who live in Alaska responded to the survey saying they used alcohol in the last month, with 22 percent indicating they had a binge drinking episode. These statistics show the need for quality substance abuse treatment, even in small communities like Wrangell.