There are a number options available to pay for addiction, mental health, depression or eating disorder rehab and treatment programs and services. The most common form of payment for treatment and rehab is utilizing health insurance because it can help significantly reduce out of pocket costs. If out of pocket costs are restricted, financing rehab is now an option that many families elect to use to help cover costs. Call the treatment center to review all of your options paying for rehab and discuss your unique situation at 866-644-7911
OPTIONS PAYING FOR REHAB
Many Addiction, Dual Diagnosis, Mental Health, and Eating Disorders treatment programs accept insurance to pay for rehab. Every insurance plan is different and will require an insurance verification to determine your substance abuse and mental health benefits.
Electing to pay privately is an option for those who do not have health insurance or wish to increase confidentiality. Private pay rates vary depending on the type of program, level of care, and amenities offered.
Financing rehab provides an individual or family to access funds that they can use towards treatment costs and set up a payment plan to pay back over time. Financing can pay for total costs of treatment or help with insurance deductibles and out of pocket costs associated with treatment.
Government and County Funded insurance plans are contracted with specific programs and have their own database of programs that are covered. They may include inpatient, outpatient, and counseling services.
Free treatment programs are harder to come by but there are resources and scholarships available through the Government and non profit programs such as SAMHSA, 12 Step Meetings, and Smart Recovery Addiction Support Groups.
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