Drug and Alcohol Rehab in West Palm Beach, FL
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Where Can You Find Addiction Treatment in West Palm Beach, FL?
While Florida is home to more than 550 drug and alcohol treatment centers, more than one-quarter of them are found within 50 miles of West Palm Beach, FL.1 Located in Palm Beach County on the northern outskirts of the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area, West Palm Beach is home to 121,000 residents and is known for its oceanside charm, historic landmarks, and luxurious fine dining and nightlife.2,3
Like most parts of the U.S., though, Florida in general and West Palm Beach in particular aren’t immune to substance misuse issues. In fact, between 2019 to 2020, fentanyl-related deaths in Florida increased by 53%.4 And according to data from the Florida Department of Health, Palm Beach County reported 602 fatal overdoses in 2021, of which more than 87% involved opioids.5
Thankfully, however, help is available. Along with 164 rehab facilities within 50 miles of West Palm Beach, two leading treatment centers—River Oaks Treatment Center in Riverview, FL and Recovery First Treatment Center in Hollywood, FL—are located only 3.5 hours and 90 minutes, respectively, from West Palm Beach. Housed under the American Addiction Centers’ umbrella, these fully accredited facilities offer top-notch addiction specialists, varying levels of care, and myriad services and amenities.
How Much Does It Cost to Go to Rehab in West Palm Beach, FL?
Each patient is unique, and each treatment plan is customized to each individual. Thus, costs for rehab in West Palm Beach vary based on several factors such as:
- Level of care (i.e., inpatient, outpatient, partial hospitalization program, intensive outpatient program, etc.).
- Chosen facility pricing and available services and amenities.
- Treatment duration.
- Payment type (e.g., health insurance, out-of-pocket, sliding-fee scales, financing, etc.).
For those with health insurance, coverage varies by carrier and by individual plan. So the best way to determine exactly how much you’ll pay for rehab is to verify your benefits. Inquire with your insurance company or contact American Addiction Centers at to determine your benefits for use at one of its facilities.
If you don’t have insurance, however, there are other ways to pay for treatment as described below. Admissions navigators at American Addiction Centers (AAC) can not only answer your confidential questions about treatment and verify your insurance but also discuss additional payment options that may be available to you.
Does Insurance Pay for Rehab in West Palm Beach, FL?
Most insurance companies provide full or partial coverage for rehab in West Palm Beach, FL. The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) ensure that health insurance companies provide coverage for mental health and substance abuse benefits and prohibit them from enforcing less satisfactory benefit limitations than those of other medical benefits.6,7 That said, each plan is unique, and coverage for substance use disorders varies.
Not surprisingly, then, treatment facilities typically accept payment from a host of providers. For example, Recovery First Treatment Center accepts multiple types of insurance, and it’s in-network with carriers such as:
- Carisk Behavioral Health.
- Carelon Behavioral Health (formerly Beacon).
- Employer Health Network.
- First Health.
- Seminole Tribe/Miccosukee Tribe.
- Tricare East.
Along with private insurance, many facilities in West Palm Beach and elsewhere accept payment via public insurance. The following payment options are accepted at the respective number of facilities within 50 miles of West Palm Beach:1
- Medicare: 32.
- Medicaid: 44.
- Federal or government funding for treatment: 39.
- State-financed insurance other than Medicaid: 31.
- Federal military insurance (Tricare): 76.
- Indian Health Service/Tribal/Urban (ITU) funds: 46.
Types of Addiction Treatment in West Palm Beach, FL
Since everyone has different needs, multiple types of care are available in West Palm Beach and elsewhere. Healthcare and addiction professionals can work with you to determine the level of care that best fits your needs, but treatment options include:8
- Detox. Medically assisted detox provides a space to safely withdraw from substances under medical supervision. Many people start treatment in detox before transitioning to another level of care, and detox is offered in both inpatient and outpatient formats.
- Inpatient care. With inpatient rehab, patients live on campus while receiving 24/7 care from medical and addiction professionals. Addiction specialists use multiple therapeutic interventions such as one-on-one therapy, group counseling, and pharmacotherapy to help patients build coping skills and promote long-term recovery.
- Outpatient treatment. Outpatient programs offer similar care to inpatient rehab, but the patient lives at home and treatment is less intense and less frequent than inpatient programs.
- Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs). A special type of outpatient treatment, IOPs are more intense than traditional outpatient care and slightly less intense than inpatient care.
- Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs). PHPs (aka day treatment programs) allow patients to live at home while attending intense treatment. Often referred to as the halfway point between outpatient and inpatient facilities, PHPs require patients to attend several hours of treatment multiple days per week.
- Aftercare and sober living. Many addiction professionals recommend that patients participate in some form of aftercare following outpatient or inpatient care. This might include ongoing therapy, sober living, 12-Step programs, etc.
When it comes to levels of care, patients have a host of options in West Palm Beach rehabs. For example, within 50 miles of the city center, the following care types are offered by the respective number of facilities.1
- Detox: 72.
- Outpatient detox: 17.
- Hospital inpatient detox: 23.
- Residential treatment: 69.
- Outpatient: 125.
- Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs): 88.
- Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs): 76.
- Telehealth: 103.
How to Pay for Rehabs in West Palm Beach, FL
Along with public and private health insurance, many rehabs accept other forms of payment such as:
- Payment plans. Some rehabs offer payment plans for qualified individuals, where individuals pay a fixed monthly amount based on their incomes.
- Sliding fee scales. Rehabs will sometimes adjust the cost of treatment based on what you can afford.
- Local, state, or federal funding. Some organizations such as the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) provide grants and scholarships to cover the cost of addiction care for those who qualify. Additional state-funded treatment options may also be available.
- Low cost/free rehabs. Many U.S. states offer low-cost or free treatment, depending on your financial situation.
As a West Palm Beach resident, you have several low-cost addiction treatment options within the city, county, and state. More than 70 treatment centers in Florida offer payment assistance and/or sliding fee scales, and 13 of these facilities can be found within 50 miles of West Palm Beach.1
Additionally, the Center for Family Services of Palm Beach County offers free and low-cost outpatient services, with special programs for pregnant women and adolescents. Banyan Health Systems in Fort Lauderdale also provides substance misuse treatment for individuals and families regardless of income. Plus, affordable specialized treatment programs are available through Inspire Recovery, which has an LGBTQ+ rehab program offering inexpensive targeted IOPs and traditional outpatient services.
To locate community resources within Palm Beach County, dial 211 (for the Palm Beach and Treasure Coast helpline). This service provides free information and referrals to health and human services. Palm Beach County Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) also have free support groups for people in recovery.
What Addictions Are Treated at West Palm Beach Rehabs?
Most West Palm Beach rehab centers treat addictions to multiple substances. For example, Recovery First Treatment Center and River Oaks Treatment Center treat disorders related to substances such as:
Addiction often co-occurs alongside mental health disorders such as anxiety or depression. Although the onset of co-occurring disorders can vary, mental health professionals recommend treating both illnesses at once to promote long-term recovery.8 Many facilities, including most American Addiction Centers treatment facilities, treat co-occurring disorders using an integrated approach of therapeutic and medicinal therapies.
How to Find Rehab Centers in West Palm Beach, FL
To find a Florida rehab near you, it’s often helpful to interview several treatment facilities and to read reviews from former patients. The following questions can help you match your needs to a quality rehab facility:
- What licenses and accreditations do the facility and its staff hold?
- What therapies are offered?
- Do you accept insurance? If so, which carriers are in-network? If not, what other forms of payment do you accept?
- What amenities and services do you provide?
- Do you have specialized programs for specific needs and populations?
Several online resources can aid you in locating a rehab center near you, including:
Additionally, American Addiction Centers’ Florida rehabs offers evidence-based treatment and individualized substance misuse therapies as well as support for lifelong recovery. Along with traditional offerings, the rehabs provide services geared to specific populations, such as members of the LGBTQ+ community, Veterans, trauma survivors, and members of various faith-based groups.
Explore a host of drug and alcohol treatment centers in Florida, or reach out to American Addiction Centers at when you’re ready to begin your journey to recovery.