The cost of addiction is immense and extends well beyond the financial realm taking a heavy toll on a person’s physical health, mental health, family, and community. Therefore, addiction treatment is an investment in health, wealth, and longevity.
At Oceanfront Recovery, we understand that investing in recovery is an investment in your future self, family, and community. We know that it’s a big decision, and our dedicated team is committed to helping you navigate the path to recovery. So, if you or someone you love is looking for affordable rehab, reach out to us today at (877) 279-1777.
The Reality of Paying for Rehab
Rehab is an investment in yourself, your future, and your community. While paying for rehab may seem daunting at first, consider the immense cost of maintaining an addiction over the course of several months or years. Fortunately, many options are available for supplementing or offsetting the sticker price of a high-quality addiction treatment program.
Paying for effective rehab that matches your particular needs will more than pay for itself when making a successful recovery. The costs of rehab, whether outpatient, inpatient, or residential, are significantly lower than the long-term costs of allowing a substance use disorder to run unchecked and untreated.
The best place to start is by determining your own treatment needs and then finding a program that matches those needs in an environment where you feel safe, comfortable, and cared for. Then, you can work with a healthcare provider to assess those needs, and they can often provide recommendations and referrals.
Once you determine your unique needs, assess your financial situation and insurance information. Then, if you have insurance, Medicaid, or Medicare, determine what kind of substance use disorder benefits are available to you.
Then, gather data regarding prices and locations for rehab programs that use evidence-based methods and a proven track record of successful addiction treatment. Don’t worry if the findings don’t match your financial capacity. There are numerous assistance options available for paying for rehab.
Ways to Pay for Addiction Treatment
If you’re wondering how to pay for addiction treatment, know there are options. Rehab is for everyone regardless of financial status, and numerous programs and supports are available to help people pay for addiction treatment. In addition, not being able to afford rehab out of pocket doesn’t mean you can’t access high-quality care.
A few of the most common forms of financial assistance available to pay for rehab are:
- Private insurance
- Military Insurance
- Medicaid and Medicare
- The Affordable Care Act
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) grants
- Private Loans
- Low-interest credit cards
- Employer assistance program
- Employer disability benefits
- State and federally funded rehab programs
- Payment plans
Many rehab programs have admissions counselors who can walk you through any additional options or in-house payment plans they might offer.
Find Affordable Rehab at Oceanfront Recovery
At Oceanfront Recovery, our team is committed to making addiction treatment accessible and affordable for everyone who needs it. In addition, we are dedicated to helping assess optimal payment options and minimize any financial stressors that may prevent them from seeking treatment.
We prioritize providing clients with safe, discreet, evidence-based treatment in a comfortable, serene, and sober environment. Our facilities are intimate, clean, and designed to make you feel at home. In addition to comprehensive addiction treatment, we offer nourishing meals made from the best foods for recovery and many supplemental amenities, resources, and activities–including surfing. We understand the importance of and are committed to holistic healing and whole-person healing. Our gorgeous facility is two blocks from the healing waters of the Pacific Ocean in lovely downtown Laguna Beach, CA.
To learn more about paying for rehab or enrolling in a treatment program at Oceanfront Recovery, contact us at (877) 279-1777.