Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Fontana, California
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Where is Addiction Treatment Located in Fontana, California?
There are rehab facilities throughout California, and there are 69 substance use treatment facilities within a 25-mile radius of Fontana, which include:4
- Rehabs operated by the local, county, or community government. There are 4 of these total.
- Private, for-profit facilities. There are 26 in the area.
- Private non-profit facilities. There are 38 of these substance use treatment centers.
- A facility operated by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Located a little farther southwest—about 60 miles from Fontana—is Laguna Treatment Hospital in Aliso Viejo, which is part of American Addiction Centers (AAC). Laguna Treatment Hospital, accredited by the Joint Commission for Behavioral Health Care and California Department of Public Health as a Chemical Dependency Recovery Hospital, provides 24/7 oversight for individuals who are medically compromised and struggling with a substance use disorder.
Sometimes, traveling a little farther from home for treatment can aid in your recovery. Putting some physical distance between the people, places, and situations that trigger your substance use can allow you to fully focus on your recovery.
What is the Cost of Rehab in Fontana, California?
The cost of addiction treatment varies depending on several factors, including:
- The level of care you receive. It’s best to meet with your primary care physician, mental healthcare provider, or addiction care specialist, who can perform a thorough assessment and determine the best level of care to meet your specific needs and situation. An inpatient program with 24/7 care and room and board generally costs more than an outpatient program, where you continue to live at home while undergoing treatment.
- The duration of your treatment. Your treatment plan may include multiple levels of care as you progress through your recovery. Typically, the more time you spend in treatment, the better the outcome, and the higher the overall cost.
- The type of facility you choose. Treatment centers with lots of amenities—like pools, fitness centers, private rooms, alternative therapies, and recreational programs—tend to be more expensive than facilities providing care without the extras.
- The amount your insurance pays. Your insurance may cover all or most of the cost of treatment. If you’re using insurance to pay, call the number on the back of your card to understand the details of your coverage for substance use disorder as well as your out-of-pocket costs.
Does Insurance Cover the Cost of Rehab in Fontana, California?
With the Affordable Care Act (ACA), all Marketplace health insurance plans are required to cover mental health and substance use services as essential health benefits and cannot deny you coverage or charge you more because of a pre-existing mental or behavioral condition, like addiction.5 While substance use services are covered, the specific benefits depend on your individual plan.5
The facilities in and around Fontana accept a variety of insurance payment options.4 Of the 69 facilities, 40 accept private health insurance; 17 take Medicare, 36 accept Medicaid, 29 take state-funded health insurance other than Medicaid, and 25 take federal military insurance.4
Laguna Treatment Hospital is in-network with many insurance plans, including Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Kaiser Permanente, Humana, TRICARE, and more. Additionally, AAC can make checking your benefits simple and easy. Click on the link below to verify your insurance to see if you’re covered at Laguna or another AAC facility.
Other Ways to Pay for Rehab in Fontana, California
If health insurance is not an option, there may be other ways to pay for substance use treatment at Laguna Treatment Hospital or elsewhere.
The facilities near Fontana offer a variety of ways to pay for treatment, including:4
- Cash or self-payment, which is accepted at 56 of the 69 facilities near the city.
- Sliding fee scales, which adjust the cost based on an individual’s ability to pay. There are 17 treatment centers that offer sliding fee scales in the area.
- Payment assistance, which is offered by 15 of the 69 rehab facilities. These programs help low-income, uninsured, or underinsured individuals pay for all or part of their medical bills.
Additionally, there are community programs that may provide free resources and services to you or your loved one. These include, but are not limited to:
- Inland Empire Central Office of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). Like all AA chapters, this fellowship of men and women share their experiences, their strength, and their hope with each other in order to stay sober and help others with alcohol use disorder achieve sobriety as well. There are lots of meetings each week in Fontana.
- Inland Empire Foothills Narcotics Anonymous (NA). This fellowship of men and women, at different stages of recovery from substance misuse and addiction, help each other stay substance free. While there are no meetings in Fontana, specifically, there are meetings Monday through Friday in nearby San Bernardino.
- One Day at a Time Al-Anon group. A group for the family and friends of individuals with an alcohol use disorder, there are lots of meetings every day of the week within 25 miles of Fontana.
- Inland Empire Harm Reduction. This community-based public health program works to improve the health and well-being of people affected by drug misuse and addiction in the San Bernardino County area. It provides a hotline to request free naloxone and/or fentanyl test strips and mobile harm-reduction services, which include naloxone, educational materials, and more.
- Care Coordination. The San Bernardino County Care Coordination services help individuals with substance use disorders navigate medical, educational, social, prevocational, vocational, rehabilitative, and other community services to help them in their recovery.
- San Bernardino County Substance Use Disorder and Recovery Services (SUDRS). This SUDRS provides recovery resources that are based on an individual’s specific goals, including a plan for ongoing recovery and relapse prevention, outpatient individual or group counseling, recovery coaching, peer-to-peer support, education and job skills, family support, and housing assistance and transportation.
- The Department of Behavioral Health’s Substance Use Disorder and Recovery Services (SUDRS) Perinatal Services. This organization helps pregnant and parenting women who are struggling with alcohol, drugs, or both and provides services including individualized treatment plans; individual, group, and family therapy; crisis intervention services; educational supports; referrals to other services; transportation; childcare; and more.
- Substance Use Disorder Screening, Assessment, and Referral Center (SARC). The SARC provides a confidential, free, 24-hour phone line for mental health illnesses and/or substance use disorders. The SARC also provides referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations.
What Substance Addictions Do Fontana Rehabs Treat?
Fontana substance use treatment centers treat a variety of substance use disorders, including, but not limited to:5
- Prescription drugs.
In addition to substance use disorders, some treatment facilities treat co-occurring mental health disorders. In fact, within 25 miles of Fontana, there are 43 facilities that treat co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.4 A little farther south, Laguna Treatment Hospital treats the whole person, providing the highest quality of care for co-occurring disorders, such as addition and depression. Additionally, Laguna is equipped to care for medically compromised individuals and those with physical health challenges, such as diabetes or chronic pain.
Types of Addiction Treatment Offered in Fontana, California
For many, treatment begins with medically managed detox, which allows the body to rid itself of the substance safely. Under the supervision of healthcare professionals, withdrawal symptoms can be managed so you remain as comfortable as possible. Within 25 miles of Fontana, there are 30 facilities that provide detoxification services.
Detox is typically not enough to sustain recovery. Instead it’s often the first step in a more comprehensive treatment plan that takes place within one of the different levels of care.6 These levels of care include:6
- Inpatient care. In an inpatient program, services are typically delivered in a hospital setting, though many treatment centers use inpatient and residential care interchangeably. Inpatient care requires you to live at the facility for the duration of treatment, which generally includes individual and group counseling, behavioral therapies, psychoeducation, and medication (if necessary).
- Residential treatment. Residential treatment services take place in a structured, residential setting that is staffed 24 hours a day. Like inpatient programs, you live at the treatment center for the duration of care, which looks identical to inpatient programs.
- Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs): PHPs deliver the same structured services that are provided in the inpatient and residential programs, but you return home or to a sober living environment at the end of each day. The amount of hours per day and days per week spent in treatment vary from program to program but generally require 6 to 8 hours a day, 3 to 7 days per week. Services look similar to those offered in inpatient and residential settings.
- Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs): IOPs are alternatives to inpatient and residential programs. They are designed, like other outpatient programs, to establish psychosocial supports and facilitate relapse prevention and coping strategies. Treatment takes place at the treatment center a minimum of 9 hours per week in three, 3-hour sessions and then you return home or to a sober living environment at the end of each day.
- Outpatient programs: Standard outpatient programs deliver services in a variety of settings such as medical offices or clinics. Like PHPs and IOPs, you return home or to a sober living environment at the end of each day; however, these traditional outpatient programs are typically less intense and require less time in treatment.
Of the treatment facilities in and around Fontana, 5 provide inpatient care, 36 offer residential treatment, 14 have partial hospitalization programs, 24 offer intensive outpatient programs, and 38 provide outpatient care.4
How to Find Rehab Centers in Fontana, California
There are many factors to consider when looking for a substance use treatment facility for yourself or a loved one.7 If you have insurance, your first step may be to contact your provider to find out if there is an in-network or preferred provider near you.7 If you do not have insurance, you may be able to access treatment through a state-funded facility or using another payment option mentioned above.7
Obviously, you need to ensure that the facility you choose offers the level of care you need, as determined by your primary care physician, mental healthcare provider, or other addiction treatment specialist. Additionally, if you have co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders, you want to ensure that the facility treats both disorders simultaneously. Beyond that, you should inquire about the following before making a decision:4,7
- Accreditation: Find a treatment facility that is licensed or certified by the state to ensure that it meets the basic requirements for quality and safety. You may want to look for an accredited facility, which means that it meets the standards of care set by national compliance organizations.
- Evidence-based treatment: The treatment center needs to provide effective, science-backed treatments for substance use disorders. This may include medication management, cognitive-behavioral therapy, drug and alcohol counseling, peer support, education, and more. Quality facilities generally offer multiple interventions. For instance, of the 69 treatment facilities in or around Fontana, 66 utilize cognitive-behavioral therapy, 68 employ motivational interviewing, and 49 use 12-Step facilitation, among other modalities.
- Medication: If the facility offers medication treatment for substance use disorder, ensure that the medication is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the recovery from alcohol and opioid use disorders.
- Families: Encouraging family members play a pivotal role in the recovery process. Ensure that your family can be part of the treatment process so they can effectively provide support.
- Continuing care: Recovery from a substance use disorder is a long-term process. Most facilities—63 within 25 miles of Fontana, in fact—offer ongoing services in the form of continued counseling, recovery coaching, assistance in finding sober housing, employment help, and mutual-help groups.
If you or a loved one struggle with a substance use disorder, treatment is available. Reach out to an admissions navigator at AAC by calling . Our admissions navigators—many of whom are in recovery themselves—will listen to your story, answer your questions, explain your options, verify your insurance, and help you get started on your path to recovery.