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Wilbur D Mills Health Resources of AR

3204 East Moore Street
Searcy, AR - 72143
(501) 268-7777
Sliding Scale Service

Description

Provides sliding scale treatment. The Wilbur d. Mills Center, named for the late Arkansas Congressman, offers a detoxification/residential treatment program to individuals with chemical addiction. The Mills Center, a division of Health Resources of Arkansas, Inc., maintains the highest standards of treatment and care and is Nationally Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). The Mills Center is, licensed by the Arkansas Department of Health's Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention. Detoxification CenterTheir Detoxification Center is a state of the art medically supervised facility with a physician on call and full-time nursing staff to monitor vital signs for determining the need for medical assistance. Currently, the Detoxification Center provides 20 private bedrooms and baths for detoxification services. For full recovery and prevention of relapse, the client is given the opportunity to enter residential treatment following adequate detoxification. Residential Treatment Upon entering the Residential Treatment Program, each person's needs are assessed and an individual treatment plan is formulated with specific and measurable goals evaluated throughout recovery. The focus of residential treatment is to enhance recovery, rehabilitation, and personal growth. The goals of individualized treatment plans are achieved through both individual and supportive group treatment activities. During residential treatment, certified counselors assist clients in understanding the dynamics of their chemical addiction. Positive coping and socialization skills are taught which provide a constructive guide for daily living, with a comprehensive emphasis on relapse prevention. Family Support During both detoxification and residential care, the family is provided all possible assistance necessary by encouraging family counseling. Stabilization (detoxification), evaluation (residential care), and rehabilitation (transitional living), provided at the Wilbur D. Mills Center offers individuals a comprehensive treatment plan for successful recovery. The staff of the Wilbur D. Mills Center dedicates themselves to excellent care for all individuals with chemical addiction. Also, treatment and services for those "dually diagnosed" (concurrent diagnosis of mental illness and addiction) are available by full-time mental health therapists and case management. It is their belief that addiction is a disease and should be treated as such. They believe that their effort to restore the substance abuser to a level of physical and mental health should be provided regardless of age, race, creed, color, sex or economic condition Wilbur D. Mills Treatment Center has a distinction for excellence in the treatment of chemical dependency. The campus houses the following:     A 20-bed medical detox     A 44-bed residential treatment facility     A 14-bed group home     99 units of housing     A mental health clinic     1 24-hour crisis hot line     A computer training center     The Kay Goss Women's Unit (14 apartments for women and their children. Mills' treatment plan blends the best attributes of the medical/behavioral, family systems and 12-step Addiction Recovery models. The treatment team consists of a medical director, registered nurses, clinical psychologists, a psychiatrist, certified substance abuse counselors, and social workers. This team develops an individual treatment plan for each patient.

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Meth and Xanax, on and off for
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Meth 4 years
posted Jan 16, 2020
Crack
posted Oct 18, 2019
methamphetamine quit thru prison in 2004 relapsed in jan or feb 292
posted Sep 8, 2019
Meth since 12-16-2015, on and off again with heroine, weed, and cigarettes since 2015
posted Jul 23, 2019
methaphaitmean 4 years
posted Jul 11, 2019
Meth 7years
posted Jun 6, 2019
Meth
posted May 25, 2019
Meth
posted May 9, 2019
Methamphetamine 24 years
posted Jan 10, 2019
alcahol and meth
posted Nov 5, 2018
Meth
posted Oct 28, 2018


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Yes. It was great. Project Newstart $0
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Yes/ Dorcus house paid nothing
posted Jun 6, 2019
Yes, Qlc Soberliving,rca 5 months ago insurance paid and state paid
posted May 9, 2019
Yes Serenity Park it was nice. Insurance paid
posted Jan 10, 2019
yes last year for pills. i had fun and still havent done pills again.my insurance payed for it it was 5000.
posted Nov 5, 2018


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I have BCBS THAT PAYS SOME o belueveYes
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bipolar 1 rapid cycling, anxiety induced seizurevdosorder ocd ptsd x
posted Sep 8, 2019
I do have a possession charge pending that I will need to go to court for in Texas, but there isn’t a court date set yet
posted Jul 23, 2019
do you accept medicaid
posted Jul 11, 2019
I am currently on parole and have been dignosised with schizophrenia
posted May 25, 2019
I’ve been addicted to crack since I was 16 and been using meth on and off since I was 18
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PTSD, Anxiety, 20 yrs meth, 10 yrs. Soma
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prison SATP
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2018-08-07 19:27:17

I have a son that is incarcerated in the lonoke county detention facility. He has approximately 60 days left before he will either be moved back to prison or paroled to a sober-living facility. I am not comfortable with him living with me and my youngest son and I believe he needs the structure of a facility. He is 22 years old, His charges are all related to methamphetamine and doesn't have any violent offenses. He doesn't have any insurance and obviously, no job. He is still able bodied and very intelligent. I was hoping to find him a facility that could provide help mentally, spiritually, and give the needed support he requires to find employment and become a productive member of society. I am not sure if this is what you do. If it isn't, I would appreciate if you could refer me to a place that does provide the structure he needs. Jeff Sachse, 501-628-2380

2020-01-08 12:26:34

I need help asap for crack before I die I can not stop using. I have medicaid and i need a state bed if possible. may God bless yoy for any help I can get . thank you Vincent Smith

2020-07-31 00:24:48

I need help ir I'm going to die doing meth for 29 years I'm tired I want to know me find me I have found one place that takes my insurance I have medicare and Arkansas Medicaid

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