When people first start researching inpatient addiction treatment programs, they soon discover that costs fall somewhere between free and astronomical.
In this post we’ll unpack the reality of rehab costs, and how to get what you pay for. You’ll learn about the level of expenditure you should expect for a high-quality inpatient addiction rehab program. And we'll give you an honest look at our own rehab costs so you know where the money goes.
OK, you've made the commitment mentally. You've decided to go to alcohol or drug rehab and solve your problem hopefully for good.
But have you thought how to pay for rehab? Does insurance cover rehab? If so, how much?
How much does inpatient rehab cost? What constitutes an affordable inpatient drug rehab program? The cost of addiction treatment—specifically inpatient—varies dramatically. Inpatient rehab will cost more than outpatient rehab, and available substance abuse programs range from hundreds to thousands of dollars per day for a 30-day program.
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Here’s the truth: high-quality residential addiction treatment is expensive.
Factor in a month’s worth of round-the-clock medical supervision, plus mental health care from compassionate professional counselors, plus clean and comfortable accommodation and fresh, healthy food … and the total adds up fast.
But, rest assured - there are many options to get the help you need.
The question of rehab prices may not be the only consideration, but it is always among the most important ones in the residential rehab decision. In our previous post "How Much Does Residential Treatment Cost?" we talked in general about rehab prices, discussing what you should expect from a residential treatment center with rehab prices ranging from $20,000 to $65,000 per month.Read More →
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