PricingHow much does rehab cost? This is a frequently asked question for those who are concerned with the expenses related to rehab. The reality is, not receiving treatment for your addiction can be much more expensive than attending a rehab program. Some of the costs that you can incur with untreated addiction include:
- Loss of job and income
- High cost of buying and using drugs and alcohol
- Reputation damage
- Relationship problems, including divorce
- Legal problems
- Financial problems including high amounts of debt and potential bankruptcy
- Health care costs, particularly related to chronic conditions resulting from addiction
- Loss of life
- How long the treatment program is — many range from 30 to 90 days but can be shorter or longer
- The type of treatment required
- The amenities offered by the treatment program
- Whether the program includes medical detox
- The location of the program
What Is Covered in Your Cost for Residential Treatment?When someone seeks addiction treatment, there are different types of programs available to them. Many treatment programs begin with supervised detox. Once that ends, inpatient and outpatient treatment programs are available. Inpatient, also known as residential treatment, tends to be a good starting point for many people. When someone attends residential treatment, it allows them to leave behind their triggers and the environment where they were in active addiction, and have a fresh start. Residential treatment also offers a safe, supportive environment. Some of the aspects covered in the cost of residential treatment include room and board with meals, as well as therapy and counseling. Some residential treatment programs include recreational and supplemental activities as well.
Affordable Treatment OptionsAffordable treatment options are available, and The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab makes providing value a top priority. Our goal is to delivery the highest-level care to people who seek treatment for addiction. By providing resources and additional information, we can help more people find healing through recovery. Many people don’t realize that their private insurance may cover some or all of the costs of addiction treatment, for example. Our admissions team works with individuals and their families to verify insurance benefits for free. Even if a match isn’t found at our rehab facility, the admissions team can help provide resources and contact information for a facility that can. RELATED: Low-Income Drug Rehab Options in Ohio
Paying for Your TreatmentIf you have private insurance, this may be one of the first things to look into since it will likely cover some or all of your substance use disorder treatment. The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab can help create customized payment plans and options for clients to help cover out-of-pocket costs. Cost-effective treatment plans are available for clients who wish to self-pay. Other financing programs can be utilized as well. Examples include personal loans, credit cards and healthcare credit cards.
Insurance Coverage for TreatmentUnder the Affordable Care Act, insurance companies offering products on state exchanges are required to offer coverage for substance use disorder treatment and mental health care that is the equivalent to the coverage for physical health conditions. Even insurance companies that aren’t available on state exchanges often follow similar guidelines. The Recovery Village Columbus Drug and Alcohol Rehab works with many of the top insurance providers in the nation on an in-network basis, reducing patients’ out-of-pocket expenses. We commonly work with the following providers:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance
- Mines and Associates Insurance
- Multiplan Insurance
- Orlando Healthcare
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