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Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Ontario, CA

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Drug and alcohol rehab centers in Ontario, CA, are available to help you gain and maintain your sobriety.

Here, we’ll explore where you can find addiction care in Ontario, the different types of addiction treatment you can find in the area, and different payment options for funding your treatment.

Where Can You Find Addiction Treatment in Ontario, CA

There are 130 drug and alcohol treatment centers near Ontario (within a 25-mile radius).1 This includes detox facilities, inpatient and outpatient rehabs, sober living facilities, clinics that provide medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD), and more.

In addition to treatment facilities, other treatment resources are also available in and around Ontario, including:

Laguna Treatment, an American Addiction Centers (AAC) facility that provides evidence-based medical detox, inpatient treatment, and aftercare planning is just an hour away from Ontario in Aliso Viejo.

Types of Addiction Treatment in Ontario, CA

There are several levels of addiction treatment available at Ontario, CA rehab centers. Choosing the right level of care is a decision best made with the input of an addiction professional.

Some of the most common levels of drug and alcohol rehab care include:

  • Detox: Addiction to some substances may involve dangerous consequences when someone tries to stop without medical help. A medical detox facility can monitor patients and provide medication to safely work through the detox process and prepare for continued treatment.2
  • Residential care: Sometimes called inpatient care, residential care allows patients to benefit from 24/7 monitoring, counseling, and assistance. Patients live at the treatment facility for a predetermined period (often 30, 60, or 90 days). Many people living with substance use disorder find inpatient treatment helpful in getting away from the people, places, and things that trigger them to use their substance of choice.3
  • Outpatient care: This type of care operates similarly to counseling appointments. Unlike inpatient treatment, patients live at home while visiting a care provider at predetermined intervals for counseling and support.3
  • Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs): Intensive outpatient programs provide a higher level of support than standard outpatient programs. Typically, patients spend up to a minimum of 9 hours each week an IOP engaging in one-on-one therapy, group therapy, psychoeducation, and more.4
  • Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs): or partial hospitalization programs, are a further step up from IOPs, requiring patients to visit the facility 3-5 times per week for around weekly total of around 20 hours.5
  • Sober living. Following formal treatment, many patients benefit from living in a supportive home inhabited by other like-minded, sober people. Sober living facilities may require patients to participate in counseling, attend 12-step meetings, and do chores as a condition of housing.6

What Addictions Are Treated at Ontario Rehabs?

Ontario rehabilitation centers offer treatment for a wide range of substances, including:

According to data compiled in 2022, over the previous 10 years, San Bernardino County has seen a 1% increase in admissions to substance use disorder treatment. This includes a 103% increase in opioid-related admissions to rehab centers, an 18% increase in alcohol-related admissions, and a significant decrease in admissions for all other substance use disorders.7

No matter what type of addiction you’re dealing with, it’s important to know that it is a treatable condition.3 Many people with addiction go on to lead fulfilling, sober lives.

How Much Does it Cost to Go to Rehab in Ontario, CA?

The cost of rehab in Ontario depends on several factors, including:

  • Insurance: Health insurance should cover rehab the full or partial cost of rehab.8
  • Inpatient vs. outpatient treatment: Typically, inpatient care facilities have a higher treatment cost than outpatient facilities.
  • Private vs. government facilities: These treatment centers are often low-cost or free; however, government-run facilities may only offer bare-bones accommodations and have lengthy waiting lists.

How to Pay for Rehabs in Ontario, CA

Understanding the various ways to pay for rehab can lessen your anxiety about entering substance use disorder treatment.

Some of the most common ways to pay for drug and alcohol rehab in Ontario include:

  • Using health insurance: In many cases, drug and alcohol treatment is partially or fully covered by health insurance plans. Reach out to your health insurance provider or the facility you’re considering to learn more.
  • Credit or debit cards: Many drug and alcohol treatment facilities accept credit and debit card payments.
  • Payment plans: If you aren’t able to pay the full cost of your treatment upfront, care providers often offer financing options.
  • Sliding fee scale treatment centers: Some treatment facilities base your treatment cost on your income. Ask your treatment facility about whether they offer a sliding fee scale.
  • Help from loved ones: While it can be humbling to reach out and ask for help, you may find that loved ones are overjoyed that you’re interested in treatment.

Does Insurance Pay for Rehab in Ontario, CA

Yes, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires that private insurance carriers provide coverage for drug and alcohol treatment.8 The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 (MHPAEA) mandates this coverage to be equitable to coverage for other services.9

Medicare or Medicaid will likely also cover addiction treatment.9,10

How to Find Rehab Centers in Ontario, CA

If you’re living with substance use disorder, there is hope, and we’re here to help. At Laguna Treatment, the closest AAC rehab facility to Ontario, CA, our caring admissions navigators are waiting to provide you with the care that you need to get well.

In addition, AAC has rehab facilities throughout the United States, helping you to get well no matter where you’re located. Reach out to us today to start your journey to wellness.

You can also use the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) treatment locator to find Ontario rehab centers.

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