How Much Does Drug Rehab Cost?

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Seeking partial hospitalization (PHP) or intensive outpatient (IOP) addiction treatment in Maryland?  We know it’s not as simple as finding a quality facility near you. The cost of getting treatment will likely be your biggest concern, that’s why we wanted to offer some insight as to what to expect, as well as some options to help you pay for rehab at The Freedom Center or any other addiction treatment facility.

Estimating The Cost of Treatment

The cost of treatment can vary greatly depending on a number of different factors. For instance, treatment facilities with a lower patient-to-staff ratio may be more costly but providers are able to be more attentive to each individual’s recovery needs. The quality of the facilities, amenities, location and certifications are other factors that could affect the cost of care. However, the greatest factors are going to be the level of care, the length of care, and the treatment methods used. 

Detox Program

Consider what goes into each level of treatment. A detox program is typically only 7-14 days long but provides 24/7 monitoring and a wide array of possible treatments. A long-term residential program would require weeks or months of housing, meals, 24/7 care, and various types of therapies and activities. These programs are more costly per day.

Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient treatments do not require the same level of observation as higher levels of care but may last for several months. An outpatient treatment program is likely to cost less than a residential program per day or month, but budget considerations should be made for multiple months of treatment.

Inpatient Treatment

A residential program may be more costly in the short term, but more cost-effective in the long run. Following a recommended treatment plan can be critical in preventing relapse and improving how someone functions when they return to work, school, and their family.

Payment Options

  • Private Insurance
  • State-Funded Insurance (Medicide, Medicare)
  • Sliding scale treatments 
  • Credit cards
  • Payment plans
  • Rehab grants and scholarships
  • Private Loans
  • Personal Loans (assistance from friends or family)
  • Crowdfunding

Admission & Payment Assistance at The Freedom Center

In an ideal world, anyone who struggles with drugs or alcohol would be able to get help regardless of their financial situation. In reality, we know that the cost of a drug rehab program cost is often a deciding factor. We work to provide various options and resources when it comes to paying for rehab. 

Don’t put off getting treatment due to financial reasons. Reach out to our admissions options for personalized advice on how much The Freedom Center drug rehab treatment will cost you. Our representatives are trained in verifying any insurance benefits. They can also walk you through additional payment options based on your unique circumstances and ensure you or your loved one gets the necessary treatment.

Written by: nick

Written by: nick

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