Frequently Asked Questions
How much does rehab cost?
The cost of rehab varies depending on the patient’s level of treatment, length of stay, insurance coverage, and other unique factors. Read more
about how insurance can help cover some of the cost.
Does insurance cover rehab?
Health insurance plans will cover treatment for addiction and mental health disorders. With the passage of the Affordable Care Act, more Americans now have access to these forms of treatment. Plans can vary in terms of what type of coverage they provide or how long they will cover treatment, so it’s best to check with your provider or the rehab program you’re interested in attending. Read more.
How much does drug rehab cost with insurance?
The amount of coverage or insurance acceptance is based on the insurance policy that each patient is covered by. This means out-of-pocket expenses will vary. Read more.
How to bill insurance for substance abuse treatment:
People with addictions and insurance should use their coverage to the fullest in order to get the care they need. Talking to your insurance plan administrator by calling the number on the back of your insurance card is a great place to start. The staff of addiction treatment facilities can also be of vital help, easing the path to payment so families have one less thing to worry over as they recover. Read more.
How to get financial assistance for substance abuse treatment:
Financial assistance for substance abuse treatment can come from federal, state, and local governments. There are also grants available through SAMHSA, as well as insurance options for certain populations, such as veterans or low-income families. Read more.
What is the cost of outpatient substance abuse treatment?
Outpatient treatment for substance abuse can cover many different services and levels of care. It is recommended that patients work with their insurance provider and the rehab facility directly to determine their out-of-pocket expenses. Read more and verify your insurance coverage here.
Does insurance cover residential treatment?
Many insurance plans do cover residential, or inpatient, rehab treatment. Patients can determine which benefits they are eligible for by calling the phone number on their insurance card. You can also verify your benefits here.
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