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Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Spring Hill, FL

Spring Hill is an unincorporated town in Hernando County, Fla. Located 4 miles from the Gulf of Mexico, Spring Hill has a population of a little over 113,000.1

In 2004, Hernando County formed a task force to address substance use after their county was identified as having some of the highest rates of substance use in the state. The result has been a decrease in overall use and deaths in the community and an increase in local substance use treatment resources.2

This page will discuss addiction treatment options in the Spring Hill, FL area.

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Where Can You Find Addiction Treatment in Spring Hill, FL

There are multiple rehab facilities in Spring Hill, Fla., and the surrounding areas.3 Within 25 miles of the city, there are 17 substance use disorder treatment centers. This includes various levels of care, such as medical detox, residential treatment, outpatient care, and more.

American Addiction Centers (AAC) provides 2 options for substance use disorder treatment in Florida: River Oaks Treatment Center, just 62 miles south of Spring Hill near Tampa, and Recovery First Treatment Center, just outside of Miami.

Our facilities boast beautiful scenery, are near the beach, and can provide specialized treatment to Veterans, first responders, healthcare professionals, and the LGBTQ+ community.

How Much Does it Cost to go to Rehab in Spring Hill, FL

The cost of rehab in Florida varies from facility to facility, depending on various factors. Some factors that influence the cost of substance abuse treatment include:

  • Insurance. Private insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare may pay all or a portion of your treatment if it is deemed medically necessary. The amount that you or someone you love will be responsible for paying will depend on the copays, deductibles, and whether a facility is considered in- or out-of-network.
  • Type of rehab. Rehabs can be private or government-run. Government facilities are often cheaper or even free; however, there may be long waiting lists to get admitted. Additionally, luxury treatment facilities that offer a wide variety of amenities and accommodations are an option, but they will also have a higher price tag.
  • Level of care. Each level of care (i.e., medical detox, residential treatment, outpatient treatment) may have a different cost.

Does Insurance Pay for Rehab in Spring Hill, FL?

Yes, insurance will usually pay for rehab services. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires facilities to provide substance use disorder screening and treatment that is no more restrictive than medical and surgical services would be.5

In addition to the ACA, the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) ensures that addiction treatment is covered to the same extent that medical services would be covered.6

Medicare and Medicaid may also supplement the cost of rehab for patients that qualify.7,8

Types of Addiction Treatment in Spring Hill, FL

Substance use treatment in Spring Hill, FL is provided at various levels of care, including:9

  • Detox. Detox takes place in a secure setting and is overseen by medical staff to make the process of withdrawing from substances safer and more comfortable. Detox is often necessary for people with addictions to certain drugs (e.g., opioids, alcohol, benzodiazepines) but it is seldom effective without continued treatment.10
  • Inpatient or residential. Both inpatient and residential rehab require you to live in the facility for the entire course of treatment. Medications for substance use disorder may continue to be prescribed and monitored, and participants typically take part in individual and group therapy sessions as well as recreational activities.
  • Partial hospitalization program (PHP) or intensive outpatient program (IOP). These levels of care are typically considered to be part of a full recovery program and are often offered as a step-down option after more intensive care, such as detox or rehab, is completed. PHP is a full-day program providing treatment 5 to 7 days a week. IOP is a half-day program providing treatment 3 to 5 times a week. Both are primarily provided in a group setting; however, some programs also provide individual therapy and medication management.
  • Standard outpatient. This includes ongoing individual therapy, medications for substance use disorder (if needed), and group therapy. The duration and frequency of these services varies depending upon the provider and the patient’s needs.
  • Sober living. For those who do not have a safe environment to return to or need continued support, sober living can be a way to transition back to normal life. These homes provide affordable and sober communities for those who are new to living in recovery.11
  • Peer support programs. Support groups, sponsors, and alumni support programs are provided on a long-term basis through the treatment center, community programs, or organizations such as SMART Recovery and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).

How to Pay for Rehabs in Spring Hill, FL

Health insurance significantly reduces the financial burden of receiving treatment. American Addiction Centers makes it easy to see if your specific insurance will cover treatment with online verification.

If you or someone you love is seeking treatment for drug or alcohol use but lacks insurance, there may be other ways to pay for treatment, such as:12

  • Payment plans.
  • Sliding scale and financial assistance options, if provided by the facility.
  • Faith-based programs.
  • Assistance from family and friends.

What Addictions Are Treated at Spring Hill Rehabs?

Spring Hill rehabs treat most of the common substance addictions, including:

Treatment for substance use disorder may also address co-occurring mental disorders (e.g., anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder) or physical health issues (e.g., diabetes, heart disease, chronic pain).10

How to Find Rehab Centers in Spring Hill, FL

If you or someone you love are ready to take the first step towards a life of sobriety, our admissions navigators are here to assist you through the process. AAC has multiple facilities throughout the country, including the River Oaks Treatment Center, which is a little more than 60 miles from Spring Hill, Florida.

63% of the alumni treated at an AAC facility report being sober 12 months after receiving treatment, reflecting our commitment to helping people throughout their recovery.  Contact one of our admissions navigators today at so they can answer any questions you may have regarding insurance coverage, amenities, programs provided, and levels of care available at each of our facilities.

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) also has a great treatment locating tool that can assist in searching for a treatment center.


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