Curran-Seeley is a private, non-profit organization providing comprehensive alcohol and drug counseling, treatment and prevention services to Wyoming residents of Teton County and surrounding communities, who may be suffering from substance abuse problems and their effects.
They offer cost-effective programs along with a sliding fee scale, based on income, for their treatment programs.
They are supported by funding from the State of Wyoming, Teton County, and the Town of Jackson to help keep their costs low.
Schedules for their programs are structured so that their clients are able to keep their jobs and maintain work schedules.
They can create a monthly payment plan for you based on your ability to pay.
They accept cash, checks, credit cards and insurance payments.
Services: Substance abuse treatment services
Fees: Sliding fee scale. Call for rates and qualifications. Payment assistance av
Insurances: Self payment, Medicaid, Private health insurance
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Loved one has been addicted to methamphetamines for the last couple of years
Alcohol 11 years
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She wants help but the facilities here in Kansas are not that great and I've heard their top rated in Jackson, Wyoming and that's where where I'd like her to go to get the best possible help there is.
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Do they accept ex felons?