Getting clean and sober can be tremendously difficult. Trying to go it alone invariably ends in disappointment. Sometimes joining a group or recovery fellowship can help, but the percentages are still poor. Once drugs or alcohol have taken control of our lives, there must be dramatic changes.
Treatment centers have built a reputation as a place to begin successfully erecting a foundation for this crucial change. However, they cost money. Before you get nervous about the money needed to pay for treatment, consider the consequences of continuing down the road you’re on. It could cost you a lot more than the price of a rehab stay.
Treatment facility costs depend on various factors. The length of your treatment program is just one of these factors. There are other variables that can be considered when determining how much of the total cost of treatment will need to be paid out of your own pocket.
Treatment facility costs range anywhere from $2,000 to $25,000. The costs begin with basic outpatient programs to more expensive facilities with long-term care treatment programs.
Many of the highest-priced rehabs are more exclusive luxury environments. An average cost of a standard 90-day inpatient program is commonly between $3,000 and $10,000. These programs are intense treatment regimens designed to build a foundation for living a life free from drugs and alcohol.
A number of insurance policies will cover all or a portion of treatment. The first thing you must do when a treatment program is imperative is to consult your insurance agent. This knowledge will be helpful in making final treatment decisions.
You can also make contact with a treatment center as your first step. Rehab professionals understand how insurance companies operate when it comes to paying for drug or alcohol treatment programs.
If the facility that you plan to enter does not offer government-backed treatment assistance, the amount that will come out-of-pocket will be the difference between an insurance company’s payment and the total cost of treatment. No matter what this amount is, do not give up.
You should never consider treatment a dead end road, just because there is going to be some portion of the cost paid by you. Rehab facilities want to help you save your life. Frequently, there can be payment arrangements set up for the costs that you need to pay out-of-pocket.
The price of treatment compared to the alternative consequences must be your priority consideration. If you really want to get better, there is a way to pay for treatment. Keep in mind that no amount of money is worth saving if it places your life in jeopardy. Continuing down the spiraling road of drug and alcohol addiction might just cost you that; your life. Call us today at 800-411-8019.