Cost Of Treatment

No sugar coating here. The fact is, the cost of not getting treatment is usually your life. Drug and alcohol addiction almost always leads to torn family relationships, isolation, poverty, prison, violence, sickness, and ultimately death. You cannot afford NOT to get treatment. Help is available regardless of your ability to pay so do what you must to get the help today.

There are three main ways to receive treatment and the costs associated are as follows:

Government Funded Programs

If you do not have insurance, your insurance does not cover residential treatment, or are declared indigent by the state, you may be entitled to free or subsidized treatment through government programs run by or through licensed agencies.

You can find more information at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration/National Drug and Alcohol Treatment Service (SAMHSA) by calling 1-800-662-4357 or www.samhsa.gov

Insurance Programs

With the recent changes in insurance laws through Obama Care, most insurance must cover some level of treatment. The amount and length of treatment varies. We know how difficult it is to get someone from your insurance company on the phone or navigate through insurance policies to determine the amount of coverage you may have. No worries…we’ll do it for you and find out what coverage you are entitled to and then help guide you to the right recovery treatment for your unique situation. Call 24/7 and speak to one of our professional and caring recovery advisors at 800-601-0759

Out of Pocket Programs

The average actual cost of treatment at a residential treatment facility ranges between $22,000-$36,000. Most insurance will cover those costs if necessary. For those financially able to afford it, there are residential treatment centers that offer luxury accommodations and services that can cost up to $150,000 and above but requires the individual or family to pay out of pocket. The actual professional care is usually the same as most recovery treatment centers. The main difference is usually the high end accommodations, white-glove service, privacy, and security afforded to those able to pay for it.

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