Alcohol and Drug Rehabs in Oklahoma
Where Can You Find Addiction Treatment in Oklahoma?
Many Oklahoma rehab centers are positioned near metropolitan areas, such as Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Broken Arrow, Edmond, and Lawton. However, FindTreatment.gov, which is offered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), indicates that Oklahoma has 164 substance use treatment facilities scattered throughout the state, ranging from locales such as Guymon in the far northwest corner to Idabel, which is near the Texas, Arkansas, and Louisiana borders.1
These treatment centers in Oklahoma offer various levels of care, which range from drug and alcohol classes and individual therapy in outpatient settings to 24/7 support in residential facilities, inpatient hospitals, and detox centers. These varying intensities in care help to ensure each patient receives the treatment that they need.2
Snapshot of Oklahoma Drug and Alcohol Rehabs
To give you a better understanding of the quantity and type of treatment facilities available, here’s a data sampling of alcohol and drug rehab options in Oklahoma:1
- Outpatient treatment: 138.
- Residential/inpatient: 32.
- Outpatient day treatment/partial hospitalization programs (PHPs): 8.
- Detox: 34.
- Intensive outpatient: 45.
- Long-term residential: 29.
- Providers of methadone/buprenorphine or naltrexone (for opioid treatment): 69.
- Transitional housing options (e.g., halfway houses, sober living homes): 16.
How Much Does It Cost to Go to Rehab in Oklahoma?
The cost of addiction treatment depends on several factors, such as:
- Level of treatment needed.
- Length of stay required.
- Services and amenities provided.
- Extent of insurance coverage.
- Whether the program is in-network or out-of-network.
- Amount of insurance copays and deductibles expected.
For those with health insurance, the easiest way to determine the type of treatment you need and how much it will cost is to verify your benefits. Enlist American Addiction Centers (AAC) to help speed this process via the orange button below.
For those without insurance, our admissions navigators can discuss treatment options and various payment opportunities, e.g., sliding fee scales, access to grant money, and more, that may be available.
Does Insurance Pay for Rehab in Oklahoma?
While coverage for treatment can vary depending on your specific insurance plan, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) dictates that all health insurance plans offered through the Health Insurance Marketplace, as well as most individual and employer health plans, cover substance use and mental health services.3
Additional assurance comes from the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA), which offers protection to people with mental health and substance use disorders.4 It ensures that plans do not impose unfair limitations for services related to mental health and addiction benefits.5
Along with private and employer health insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, and Tricare (the latter of which is for uniformed and retired military members) cover many if not all types of substance use treatment in Oklahoma and elsewhere in the United States.6,7
Types of Addiction Treatment in Oklahoma
Since everyone has a unique set of needs, addiction treatment is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Therefore treatment facilities offer various levels of care, as determined by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM). These levels include:8
- Level 0.5–Prevention and early intervention.
- Level 1–Outpatient services.
- Level 2–Intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization.
- Level 3–Residential/inpatient.
- Level 4–Intensive inpatient.
Treatment and healthcare providers consider each person’s unique situation to determine what level of care is the most appropriate course of treatment. The determination is based on a person’s level of intoxication or withdrawal at the time of assessment, health history and physical needs, mental and emotional health, personal desire for change, relapse potential, and living environment.8
Within these levels of care, various types of treatments and therapies are offered, such as:9
- Behavioral counseling.
- Medical devices/applications to treat withdrawal symptoms or deliver skills training.
- Assessment and treatment of co-occurring mental health issues (e.g., depression and anxiety).
- Long-term recovery options to prevent relapse.
Additionally, some rehabs in Oklahoma and elsewhere offer unique services for particular populations, such as:1
- Veterans/active-duty military.
- Women/pregnant women.
- Members of the LGBTQ+ population.
- Victims of sexual abuse, domestic violence, and/or trauma.
- Adolescents/young adults.
- Patients with co-occurring mental or pain disorders.
- HIV/AIDS patients.
- Patients referred from the criminal justice system.
Once initial treatment is complete, aftercare options can help to support and sustain treatment goals. These include sober living homes, a halfway houses, oxford houses, and community-based housing that centers on addiction recovery.
How to Pay for Rehabs in Oklahoma
There are a host of ways to pay for rehab in Oklahoma, but each facility has its own payment policies. Some accept only certain types of insurance coverage while others accept almost all plans. Additionally, some rehab centers in Oklahoma offer payment plans, sliding fee scales, and/or free or discounted programs that support special populations or income groups.
Additionally, free or discounted treatment options exist through some tribal governments within Oklahoma. Recovery resources are available for federally recognized members of specific Native American nations such as the:10-16
- Cherokee Nation.
- Chickasaw Nation.
- Choctaw Nation.
- Comanche Nation.
- Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
- Ponca Tribe.
- Seminole Nation.
If you’re unable to locate an Oklahoma rehab facility that meets your needs and/or accepts your means of payment, consider out-of-state options. American Addiction Centers (AAC) has facilities scattered throughout the U.S., including the Greenhouse Treatment Center in Dallas (less than 90 minutes from the OK border) as well as the Oxford Treatment Center in Etta, MS (roughly 5.5 hours from OK). Offering a range of treatment, therapy, and payment options, these facilities may actually be the best fit for your needs.
What Addictions Are Treated at Rehabs in Oklahoma?
Some facilities specialize in one substance or a particular group of substances, such as opioids or alcohol addiction. In Oklahoma, for example, 22 centers identify as opioid treatment facilities as opposed to substance use programs, and 20 facilities indicate that they do not treat for alcohol use disorders.1
That said, many alcohol and drug rehab centers in Oklahoma treat a variety of disorders for substances such as:
In addition to offering drug and alcohol treatment, many facilities also provide treatment for co-occurring disorders, which is when a person experiences a substance use issue and a mental health disorder simultaneously. Treating for both disorders concurrently is imperative, as lack of treatment for one could compromise the treatment progress for the other.17 Within Oklahoma, 120 facilities indicate that they treat for co-occurring disorders.1
How to Find Addiction Treatment in Oklahoma
FindTreatment.gov, which is managed by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, allows you to search for treatment using filters related to level of care, treatment approaches, location, medication used (if any), payment accepted, and more.
To make the process even easier, admissions navigators at AAC can also direct you to a facility that best meets your needs. While the nearby Greenhouse Treatment Center and Oxford Treatment Center are certainly options, our compassionate staff will listen to your needs and then help identify a treatment option that best fits your requirements regarding level of care, finances, location, and more. Take the first step toward recovery, and contact us today.