Alaska VA Healthcare System Anchorage VA Medical Center

1201 North Muldoon Road
Anchorage, AK 99504

Anchorage, Alaska

About Alaska VA Healthcare System Anchorage VA Medical Center

Located in Anchorage, Alaska, Alaska VA Healthcare System offers behavioral healthcare to Veterans. Services are confidential and provided on an outpatient basis. They treat dual diagnosis and mental health conditions such as PTSD, depression, grief, anger, trauma, and other challenges. If addiction is the primary diagnosis, individuals may need to be referred to an alcohol or drug rehab center. Those with self-harming behaviors or aggressive behaviors may need additional care in an inpatient setting. Individual therapy, group therapy, and, if appropriate, family or couples therapy may also be provided.

As a part of the VA center, medical concerns and other treatments may also be provided to address the entirety of each person’s situation. Those who have experienced trauma within a military setting may receive targeted treatment through counseling and specialized care.


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Private Rehab

Private drug rehab provides a comfortable, secure environment that allows you to focus on doing the work to ge...t your life back on track. Benefits include a higher staff-to-client ratio, increased one-on-one time with therapists and healthcare providers, private rooms for clients, and customized forms of therapy.
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Addiction Treatment Programs

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Adult Program

Each adult program in Alaska is unique, but they all share the same goal of recovery. These programs offer treatment of substance abuse disorders for individuals 18 and older. Methods typically include a combination of therapies, medication, and social support.


Alcohol rehab in Alaska provides a combination of psychotherapeutic and medical methods to treat alcohol dependency. The aim of treatment is to help participants learn how to achieve and maintain sobriety and live a healthy lifestyle, free from the consequences caused by alcohol abuse.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

In Alaska, cognitive behavioral therapy is used widely in substance use disorder treatment. It helps by teaching people how to address problematic feelings and thoughts so they can overcome addiction and move forward in recovery.

LGBTQ Friendly Rehab

The same techniques used to treat men for substance use disorders don’t always work as effectively with women. That’s why women’s rehab in Alaska provides gender-specific treatment that focuses on the unique needs of women.

Men's Rehab

Gender-specific addiction treatment can target recovery issues faced by men. Men’s rehab in Alaska focuses on challenges specific to males as they struggle with alcohol or drug use disorders.

Rehab For Veterans

Veterans who are struggling with addiction can get specialized treatment at Veteran’s rehab in Alaska. Programs include targeted services for returning combat Veterans, homeless Veterans, and women Veterans. These services focus on the unique needs of Veterans who are facing addiction.

Opioid Treatment

Opioid rehab in Alaska is designed to help individuals cease destructive, opioid-dependent behaviors and guide them to recovery. Treatment addresses physical, mental, and emotional issues that drive these behaviors.

Senior Drug & Alcohol Rehab

Elderly rehab in Alaska offers specialized addiction treatment for senior adults. Programs are typically for ages 55 and older or 65 and older. Treatment is tailored to the unique circumstances and needs of the elderly population.

Women's Rehab

The techniques used to treat substance use disorders among men don’t always work as effectively with women. That’s why women’s rehab in Alaska provides gender-specific treatment that focuses on the unique needs of women.

Teen & Adolescent Program

Each young adult program in Alaska focuses on meeting the social, educational, psychological, physical, and spiritual needs of young adults who are struggling with addiction. Programs vary from inpatient to outpatient, offering different levels of care.

Levels of Care


Detox & MAT

Drug and alcohol detox in Alaska provides a safe, stable place where you are monitored and cared for by medica...l staff 24/7. Medications may be used to ease withdrawal symptoms and ensure the detoxification process goes smoothly.
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Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient drug rehab in Alaska is the most intensive level of care, offering 24/7 supervision while you live a...t the facility. In this setting, you will typically participate in individual, group, and family therapy sessions, and you may receive other holistic therapies
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Outpatient Rehab

In Alaska, outpatient rehab settings provide several hours of treatment each week, including individual and gr...oup therapy. This type of program is less restrictive than inpatient rehab, allowing you to attend therapy to overcome your addiction while still fulfilling work and school obligations.
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Aftercare & Alumni Program

Once you leave the structure of rehab, you’ll face many decisions and temptations. Alaska aftercare rehab is... there to support you as you build your life in recovery. It provides accountability and encouragement to maintain sobriety. Aftercare may include 12-step programs, access to counseling, and life coaching.
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Dual Diagnosis & Mental Health

Dual diagnosis is when you’re struggling with mental illness and addiction at the same time. Alaska dual dia...gnosis treatment takes a multidisciplinary approach to treat both conditions simultaneously.
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Sober Living

Sober living in Alaska offers a transitional environment during your early days of recovery. These alcohol- an...d drug-free living arrangements provide peer support and a structured lifestyle for the first few months of sobriety.
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Depending on eligibility, financial aid programs can provide you with access to all levels of rehab in Alaska,... including detox, inpatient and outpatient programs, and aftercare. Financial options can include recovery grants, scholarships, non-profit programs, personal loans, and insurance programs to help you manage the cost of treatment.
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Coverage under Medicare may assist you with the cost of alcohol and drug rehab in Alaska. The amount of will depend on many things, including whether you are seeking inpatient or outpatient treatment for substance abuse.
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Administered by the Department of Defense, TRICARE offers comprehensive military health insurance plans for ac...tive and retired military members and their families. Similar to PPO programs offered by private insurance companies, TRICARE covers multiple levels of care for addiction treatment, including detox, inpatient rehab, and outpatient services.
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Paying for alcohol and drug rehab in Alaska using self-pay options means paying for addiction treatment out-of...-pocket or via personal or medical loans. Depending on the level of care needed, fee structures can differ.
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If you need help with paying for drug rehab in Alaska, but are unable to pay the full amount, a sliding scale ...payment plan may be a solution. To qualify for this treatment discount, you must complete an application and provide supporting financial documentation.
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1201 North Muldoon Road
Anchorage, AK 99504

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