How Much Does Rehab Cost?
How much does rehab cost? If you’re seeking addiction treatment, this is a question you’ve probably thought about a lot. The answer is, it depends. We understand how frustrating that might be, so we have put together this beneficial resource that will help you navigate this difficult time.
When you call The Discovery House, a trained and caring addiction specialist will take you through a simple pre-assessment to determine which level of care is best for your needs. The quick assessment, along with a few other factors, will determine how much your program will cost. From there, we will work with you to find the best payment option.
This page should answer most of your questions, but if it doesn’t, you can always give us a call at 888.962.8208. We’re here for you.
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How Much Does Rehab Cost?
Let’s get right to it. Rehab is not cheap. There are free programs for those who qualify, but most programs range anywhere from $100 per day to over $100,000 per month. Many variables determine how much a rehab program will cost, including:
Type of facility—there are a few different types of programs such as detox, inpatient, and outpatient.
Location of the facility—a program that is on the beach might be more costly than one in a small city or town.
Size of the program—as in how many patients can be accommodated. Smaller ones tend to be more expensive.
Levels of care—may include detox, inpatient (residential), outpatient, transitional living, and comprehensive aftercare.
Length of the program—most programs range from 28 to 90 days, and many are even longer.
Amenities offered—things like private rooms, swimming pools, in-house gyms, yoga, and nutritional counseling.
How to Pay for Rehab
When free treatment is not available to you for whatever reason, don’t give up. There are still a few other options to look into:
Get Insurance: If you can, try to get insurance. Speak with your employer or do some research on what you might be able to get through the exchange made available through the ACA (Affordable Care Act).
Loans: Most treatment programs offer payment plans or financing.
Friends and Family: You know that old saying, ask and you shall receive? Don’t let the fear of asking for help hold you back from recovery. Ask a close friend or family member to borrow some money. The worst that could happen is they say no. At least you will know that you’ve tried everything.
Subsidized Drug and Alcohol Treatment
There are also free rehab options available for those who qualify.
The Salvation Army has been helping people recover from addiction for decades. It’s mostly free and to qualify, you must demonstrate financial need.
Government-funded programs usually vary by state, and the SAMHSA Directory of Single State Agencies for Substance Abuse Services can help you find treatment programs near you.
When the subject of money comes up, it can create a lot of extra stress at an inopportune time. The most important thing to remember is to choose a treatment program based on whether it’s a good fit for you instead of on the cost. This might be difficult, but money spent on a treatment program that isn’t right for you is just more money wasted.
Insurance Coverage for Drug or Alcohol Rehab
The Discovery House accepts most PPO insurances, but the type of coverage that is provided by companies varies. Some will only cover providers that are a part of their network while others may not include addiction detox or may just pay for a certain length of residential addiction treatment stay at a drug treatment center. Certain providers reimburse members instead of providers and require more work on the part of the resident to receive the benefits.
Insurance Policies Currently Accepted by The Discovery House
This list is always changing, so if you don’t see your insurance provider here, give us a call.
Call us today at 888.962.8208 to learn about what treatment program is the best fit for your needs and if your insurance will cover rehab.
Payment Plans for Addiction Treatment
Dealing with drug and alcohol abuse is a struggle, and if you don’t have insurance that covers the drug or alcohol addiction treatment, you may have to make arrangements to pay with your hard-earned savings. While this is not a feasible option for many, there is another way to get the addiction help that you or your loved one desperately needs. American HealthCare Lending is the premier financing company in the behavioral health industry. With over $5 Billion funded and over 300,000 loans inquiries serviced by their lenders, this is a name and a program you can trust.
Financing Drug Treatment Programs
Often, when the subject of money comes up it can create a lot of extra stress at an inopportune time. If this sounds like your situation, you may be wondering what your next step should be or what options are available to you. While we do accept most PPO insurance policies, if you don’t have a PPO, exploring financing options for drug addiction treatment that are available to you could be your next step.
Through American Healthcare Lending, which is the premier financing company in the behavioral health industry, The Discovery House can offer comprehensive financing options for alcohol addiction treatment and drug addiction rehab. American Healthcare works for you or your loved one to provide a lending option that works for you and your particular needs. The following are some of the many benefits you’ll receive with a loan from American Healthcare Lending:
- Immediate decisions for loans under $35,000
- Term options out to 84 months (affordable monthly payments)
- No collateral required
- No prepayment penalties
- Fast & easy loan inquiry process
- 100% Confidential
Contact for Financing Options at The Discovery House
If you don’t have a PPO insurance policy and you would like to explore your lending options for drug abuse treatment at The Discovery House, call one of their addiction specialists today at 888.962.8208.