Every individual seeking recovery deserves to find a safe environment to support them along their journey. Unfortunately, many do not get the help they need because they do not think they can afford rehab. Let's explore one type of treatment, its costs and how individuals can pay for it.
Outpatient care is when an individual travels to rehab to receive treatment and then returns home at night instead of staying at the facility. The flexibility of outpatient treatment allows individuals to keep up with family or work responsibilities.
A few types of outpatient care include:
Outpatient costs depend on the type of care an individual receives. They will vary depending on treatment length and intensity, as well as the severity of an individual's condition. Since clients do not stay overnight, costs will be less than those for inpatient rehab.
How much outpatient rehab costs also depends on how an individual can pay, whether with insurance or through other methods.
There are several ways you or your loved one can pay for outpatient treatment, including through insurance, loans, fundraising and more.
Many insurance policies will fully or partially pay for outpatient treatment costs, though policies will differ in what treatments they cover. Individuals may need to pay co-pays, deductibles or other out-of-pocket costs.
When you verify your insurance with a rehab facility, they will let you know what it will cover, helping you plan and prepare for costs.
If you don't have insurance or if your policy does not cover the treatment you need, there are many other ways to pay for outpatient rehab. A few include:
At Diamond House Detox, we believe individuals should have every opportunity to receive the treatment they need and deserve. We work with many private health insurance coverages, so contact us online today or call us at 800-205-6107 to see how we can help you begin outpatient treatment.