If you’re looking into addiction treatment, concerns about the cost may be at the forefront of your mind. The expenses associated with addiction treatment shouldn’t be a roadblock to treatment, even if you don’t have insurance.
A Medicaid rehab center is one option to make treatment more affordable. At BrightView, we believe that everyone deserves the right to be free from addiction and to live the life that they want without the worry of the associated costs. Learn more about our approach to addiction treatment by reaching out to our team at 1-833-510-HELP.
The Cost of Addiction Treatment
If you or someone you know needs addiction treatment, cost should be the last thing on your mind. However, for many people, the looming cost of treatment may prevent them from seeking the help that they need for fear of placing themselves under additional financial burden and stress. While the cost of treatment depends on the specific needs of each patient, recovery and lifelong sobriety should not be hindered because of it. Several factors may be used to determine the cost, including:
- Level of care
- Therapeutic options
- Duration of treatment
- Outpatient vs. intensive outpatient programs
The first step to getting help is acknowledging that you need it, and the second step is taking action to get the care that you deserve.
Paying for Addiction Treatment Without Insurance
“Can I afford to receive addiction treatment?” “Will my insurance cover the cost?” “Will the facility accept me if I don’t have insurance?” These are all common questions that swirl through the minds of those with substance use disorders, many of whom might even resign themselves to the fact that treatment is not for them.
However, substance use disorder does not discriminate between those of different income levels, and neither should treatment. For patients at BrightView, we understand how financial burdens cause additional stress and may push individuals deeper into addiction. We strive to eliminate the unnecessary stress that addiction treatment may bring and have designed our programs to make them affordable for all who need help, with or without insurance.
Speak with an addiction treatment specialist today to learn more about how affording therapy can become a reality for you.
Medicaid Coverage for Addiction Treatment
The healthcare system is a complicated animal and all too often is cost-prohibitive for those in need. This places individuals and families in a precarious situation when it comes to their overall health and well-being. For many, difficult decisions have to be made between shelter, food, and healthcare. There are many government programs available including Medicare and Medicaid which can help those facing substance use disorders who do not have insurance to still receive the help and treatment that they need.
Learn More About BrightView’s Affordable Addiction Treatment Programs
With locations across the country, we offer a variety of treatment programs that are designed to meet the unique needs of each individual that walks through our doors. Patients are treated with or without insurance and with the respect that they all deserve no matter their financial situation. BrightView offers a broad range of addiction treatment programs to meet the needs of every individual, including:
- Outpatient and intensive outpatient programs
- Medication assisted treatment (MAT)
- Counseling and therapy for addiction recovery
- Individual, family, and group therapy
The cost of treatment or the question of insurance should not be a hindrance to anyone who is faced with an addiction. Lifelong sobriety is a commodity too valuable for anyone to be deterred or prevented from achieving because of insurance. Addiction treatment specialists are standing by 24/7 to ensure that users get on the road to recovery without the worry and stress of financial burden. Reach out to one of our caring specialists today by calling 1-833-510-HELP, or let us call you to understand how you or someone that you love can receive the addiction treatment that they need even without insurance.