Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Moreno Valley, California
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Where Is Addiction Treatment Located in Moreno Valley, California?
There are currently 69 substance use treatment facilities within 25 miles of Moreno Valley.4 Multiple levels of care are available, including residential rehabs, traditional outpatient programs, partial hospitalization programs (PHPs), and addiction aftercare, among others.4
Though a bit farther than 25 miles, American Addiction Centers’ (AAC) Laguna Treatment Hospital, is about an hour drive from Moreno Valley. Offering medical detox from drugs and alcohol as well as inpatient addiction treatment, Laguna Treatment Hospital may be a good place for a fresh start. Sometimes, leaving behind an environment filled with the people, places, and situations that lead to substance use, can help you focus completely on your recovery.
What Is the Cost of Rehab in Moreno Valley, California?
The cost of Moreno Valley drug rehab varies depending on several factors, including your level of care, the facility you choose, and whether you’re using insurance to help cover the cost of treatment.
Addiction treatment looks different for everyone, so multiple levels of care mean there is an option to fit your needs. Inpatient and residential rehab services typically cost more than standard outpatient care. Similarly, seeking treatment in a luxury rehab with premium amenities and accommodations—like fitness centers and private rooms—also increases the total. Additionally, the amount of time you spend in treatment, progressing through the various levels of care, impacts the cost. However, mental healthcare professionals agree that the best treatment outcomes result from remaining in treatment for the entire duration in your individualized treatment plan.5
Figuring out how you’ll pay for rehab in California can better determine your out-of-pocket costs. There are several ways to pay for Moreno Valley rehab, including using health insurance, paying yourself, and government funding.
Does Insurance Cover the Cost of Rehab in Moreno Valley, California?
Insurance covers at least part of the cost of rehab in Moreno Valley. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) safeguards access to affordable healthcare services by requiring insurance companies to cover essential health benefits, including treatment for substance use disorders and other mental health treatment.6 Still, the level of coverage you receive depends on your specific policy.
Moreno Valley rehabs accept several forms of payment. There are 44 that take private health insurance, 35 accept Medicaid, 17 take Medicare, 31 accept other state-funded insurance, 40 take federal/government funding, and 27 accept military insurance.4
Laguna Treatment Hospital accepts many major insurance companies, like Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Humana, and Cigna, among others. Beyond insurance, Laguna offers multiple flexible payment options, including private pay, financing, and payment plans.
Other Ways to Pay for Rehab in Moreno Valley, California
Cost does not have to be a barrier to getting treatment for addiction; there are multiple ways to pay for drug and alcohol rehab in Moreno Valley. Many facilities accept private payment with cash, debit, credit, or loans—including personal and bank loans. Rehabs may also offer payment plans based on your income and the cost of treatment. With these plans, you pay a fixed monthly amount until you’ve paid off the balance for your treatment. Some treatment centers also provide sliding scale fees. A sliding scale fee adjusts the cost of treatment based on your income and ability to pay.
Additionally, state and federal organizations may offer financial assistance—like grants and scholarships—for low-income individuals and those without insurance. Free and low-cost rehab programs and community resources are also available throughout Riverside County and Moreno Valley, including:
Individual Prevention Services (IPS). If you’re worried about a loved one’s substance misuse, IPS may be able to help. The program pairs families with a Prevention Specialist, who sets up a plan of action to help individuals aged 12 and older, who may be experiencing the negative effects of substance use. IPS services are available at all 7 Riverside County operated substance use clinics.
Riverside County MOMS Perinatal Program. An intensive outpatient program for pregnant and parenting persons, who struggle with substance misuse and addiction, MOMS Perinatal supports women with rehabilitative services for substance use, transportation (for them and their children under age 5), education in perinatal care and parenting skill development (in a hands-on environment), and referrals to other community programs for women.
Riverside County Substance Use Treatment and Recovery Team (START) Program. The START program is comprised of an intensive case management team who works to reduce the number of repeat admissions to county mental health programs. They provide referrals to substance use programs that offer treatment for co-occurring disorders.
Inland SoCal United Way. The 211 resource through United Way provides information about area drug and alcohol detoxification centers, education and prevention—including resources that provide counseling and referrals for treatment—support group information, and more.
NAMI Western Riverside County. The western Riverside chapter of NAMI provides support and referrals for individuals with mental health conditions, including substance use. The organization offers family-to-family and peer-to-peer resources, family support groups, recovery support groups, and monthly meetings, among other resources.
Inland Empire Central Office of Alcoholics Anonymous. The Inland Empire chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous, a 12-Step program for those who struggle with alcohol misuse and addiction, has meetings in Moreno Valley every day of the week.
Narcotics Anonymous. There are meetings every day of the week in Moreno Valley for Narcotics Anonymous, a 12-Step program for individuals who struggle with substance misuse and addiction.
Inland Empire of California Al-Anon and Alateen. The Al-Anon and Alateen family groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of individuals who have an alcohol use disorder. These friends and family share experiences and strength. There are three meetings each week in Moreno Valley.
What Substance Addictions Do Moreno Valley Rehabs Treat?
Drug rehab centers in and around Moreno Valley treat a wide range of substance use disorders. Some of the most commonly treated disorders are related to various substances including:
Many people who are diagnosed with a substance use disorder also have other co-occurring mental health disorders, such as anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).5 Integrated treatment is the standard of care for co-occurring disorders, meaning the substance use and mental health disorders are treated in tandem to promote long-term recovery. Many facilities, including Laguna Treatment Hospital, address co-occurring conditions simultaneously with a combination of medication and behavioral therapies.
Types of Addiction Treatment Offered in Moreno Valley, California
Effective treatment includes a personalized care plan for every individual so no two recovery journeys are the same.
Medically managed detox allows the person to safely and as comfortably as possible withdraw from substances under the supervision of a healthcare provider. For some, medical detox is the first step in a more comprehensive treatment plan.
Inpatient rehab provides a safe, sober space to live for the duration of treatment. Residential facilities offer continuous care and multiple therapeutic interventions, including medication therapy, individual and group counseling, behavioral therapies, and mutual-help groups—all of which can help you understand the thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that lead to the substance use and learn strategies to identify triggers, manage stressors, and prevent relapse.5
Outpatient programs look nearly identical to inpatient programs except that you return home or to a sober living environment after treatment each day. There are also varying levels of outpatient care that differ in intensity and time commitment.5 For example, intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) and PHPs, provide more structured care, often requiring you to attend sessions 6 to 30 hours weekly. By comparison, traditional outpatient programs generally require a couple of hours of treatment a few days each week.7
Addiction aftercare, sometimes referred to as ongoing care, provides services and resources to help you stay focused on recovery. This may include sober living homes, continued counseling and therapy, and participation in mutual-help groups.5
To know which level of care is appropriate for you, visit your primary care physician, mental healthcare provider, or an addiction specialist. They will perform a thorough assessment and collaborate with you on a treatment plan for your needs.
Moreno Valley and the surrounding areas offer multiple levels of care. There are 8 inpatient facilities, 38 residential rehabs, 37 regular outpatient programs, 24 IOPs, and 15 PHPs within 25 miles.4
How to Find Rehab Centers in Moreno Valley, California
Finding the right drug or alcohol rehab in Moreno Valley requires some consideration. Beyond your treatment needs, which should be done in collaboration with a doctor, you need to think about what you hope to achieve in treatment and find the facility that can help you meet your goals.
Once you know which level of care is right for you, reaching out to potential facilities and asking questions can help narrow the options. Some questions you may ask include:
- What licenses and accreditations does the facility and staff hold?
- What therapies does it offer?
- Does it accept insurance? If not, what other ways can you pay for treatment?
- What amenities and accommodations does it provide?
- Does it have specialized programs for specific needs and populations, such as Veterans or members of the LGBTQ+ community?
If you or a loved one is ready to find treatment in or near Moreno Valley, American Addiction Centers (AAC) can help. AAC operates top-quality treatment facilities nationwide, including Laguna Treatment Hospital. Contact AAC by calling to speak to one of our compassionate and knowledgeable admissions navigators, who can listen to your story, answer your questions, explain your options, and help you begin your recovery journey.