Has anyone else used a CSB (community service board) for their substance abuse treatment? They are basically government funded offices that handle mental health and substance abuse services for low-income individuals in the US. They have a lot of resources, but the services are sub-par and the waiting list can be over a year, unless you are proven dangerous to yourself. They offer group therapy, case management, and medications on a sliding scale or free, and are able to help with placement for detox and rehab. If you are in need of low-cost services in the United States, I would recommend checking out your local CSB.