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The Top 12 Directory Sites For Rehab Centers
Expand your online presence, build your credibility, and gain more clients.
Online directories can help others find your rehab facility and learn more about what you offer. Listing your facility on numerous directories will help you look more credible, boost your SEO, and improve your chances of being selected by clients.
Here is a list of the best online directories for your rehab facility, along with associated prices.
1. SAMHSA (https://www.samhsa.gov)
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Their aim is “to reduce the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on America's communities.” The website lists several resources that both service providers and clients can use, including:
· Grant applications for funding opportunities
· Behavioral health data collections
· Toolkits and clinical behaviour guidelines
· Training resources (Suicide Prevention, Rural Opioid Technical Assistance, etc)
2. Psychology Today (https://www.psychologytoday.com/us)
Price: $50 to $75 a posting
Psychology Today offers resources around the world for both mental health and behavioural science. The website connects clients to therapists, psychiatrists, treatment centers, and support groups. It also lets users apply filters to their search so that they can look for the specifics they want, such as location, type of program (detox, addiction, teen and adult residential), type of insurance, and in/outpatient programs.
A tip with Psychology Today is that you can create multiple profiles. You can create a profile for each license AND each therapist that you have on staff. They are also now allowing videos to be uploaded to a profile.
Price: $1500+ for a banner, plus you can buy calls
Addiction Center is an online resource for addictions and mental health, treatment counselling, rehab placement, and insurance/financial consultations. It also offers a facility directory with a news and blog source. The site is owned by Recovery Worldwide, a marketing umbrella with several recovery center properties. Information provided on the site is fact-based with credible sourcing.
Addictioncenter.com is one of the highest and best-ranked websites. If you are interested in advertising on the site, email me and I can connect you to the right person and probably get you a better price.
Treatment-Centers.net is a free, public resource providing access to information about drug and alcohol addiction. Qualified experts in the field provide resources available on the site. A variety of information is listed, including topics around addition, types of rehab, a directory of facilities, a blog, and other general information.
5. Sober Nation (sobernation.com)
Sober Nation helps those suffering from addiction find resources, facilities, and treatment options that suit them best. The site offers many resources beyond a blog, it is “a daily source for addiction news, a platform to share your sober date and experience, a video aggregator, a college recovery directory, (and) a directory for those seeking rehab.” Listings on the site are available for medical detox facilities with proper certifications. Sober Nation will remove listings if they are deemed to be unethical. Clients can browse by state and county.
6. Detox Local (detoxlocal.com)
Detox Local offers a directory of drug and alcohol detox centers, along with a needle exchange directory, and information about withdrawal. Users can search by specific substances (i.e. opiate detox centers, meth detox centers, etc.). Facilities must have proper certifications to be listed.
Price: This comes free as part of rehabs.com
Recovery.org is operated by American Addiction Centers and offers information about drug and alcohol addictions, different recovery programs, and treatment and helpline information. Listings include reviews, offerings, areas of focus, and key staff member bios.
The Drug Rehab Centers website offers a database of over 25,000 drug and alcohol treatment programs. Their service includes providing a client assessment and connecting clients with the treatment options suited for their needs and finances. Categories of facilities are available to choose from, including inpatient, outpatient, residential, detox, short term, long term, low cost, private, and executive. There are several drug rehab categories to choose from, including mental health services, rehabs with payment assistance, and drug treatment programs for HIV and AIDS patients.
Price: Free plus banner opportunities
Luxury Rehab is owned by Seasons Recovery Centers and provides listings of rehab centers that offer “Five Star Treatment In Superior Surroundings.” They aim to list all the best treatment centers, and have a number of criteria for their listings: client-to-staff ratio, quality of staff, well-rounded clinically oriented program, uniqueness, facilities, success rate, size, specialty, follow-up care, and style points. Facilities that qualify are ranked according to how well they meet the criteria and provide value.
Help.org is focused on bringing factual information and in-depth research about healthy living. They provide information about drug and alcohol rehab, as well as a directory of rehab centers that can be searched by state. They rank listings based on a number of factors, such as rehabilitation services, treatment approaches, cost, special programs and unique demographics, and ancillary services.
Price: ~ $450 for a premium listing
Rehab.com connects users with mental health, physical therapy, and addiction treatment services. There is a list of featured facilities and an option to search for facilities by area. Listings allow for client reviews and state accreditations, programs, insurance information, and levels of care.
Price: $50 to $200 per call plus click fees
Rehabs.com is part of the American Addiction Centers National Rehabs directory. It offers the “largest known-data collection, surveying, and rating project in the addiction treatment space.” The site lets clients search for treatment facilities by area, provides information about treatment and addiction, and includes a rating system with reviews for each facility.
At one time, this was one of the best website to get leads; however, over the years the quality has really dropped.
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