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Are There Affordable Alcohol Rehab Centers Near Me?

Quitting an addiction to alcohol can be tough, but with the support of a dedicated alcohol rehab program, the road to recovery becomes much easier. Rehab can be expensive – but affordable alcohol rehab options are available to those who qualify in every state.

Know Your Rehab Options

From high-end private inpatient programs to state-funded or nonprofit outpatient ones, different kinds of rehab programs come with different price tags. Knowing the various rehab services and options is the first step toward finding the right program, or combination of services, you can afford.

Inpatient Rehabs Can Be Private or State Funded

Affordable Alcohol Rehab

You can find affordable rehabs in most major cities in your state.

Inpatient, or residential rehab is the “gold standard” for alcohol treatment. Offering stays of 30 days or longer, these programs include all accommodations, plus the services of counselors, therapists, and other professionals during the stay.  Some also include medical detox and withdrawal for those who need them.

Inpatient rehab is provided by private rehab facilities, which can range from lavish resort style settings to bare-bones state funded programs offered at low or no cost to people with severe financial need. Many private inpatient programs work with prospective clients to make services more affordable with options such as:

  • Sliding fee scales
  • Payment plans
  • Insurance options
  • “Scholarships” for those in need
  • Discounts for special groups such as veterans

State funded rehabs make rehab available at no cost to people with very low income, and so do local nonprofit agencies that receive private or grant funding. These programs may have long waiting lists and offer fewer services than private rehabs, but they can put rehab within reach of just about everyone.

Outpatient Programs Lower Costs

Though studies show that inpatient rehab programs offer the best chance for long-term recovery from alcohol abuse, a stay in a residential program may not be right for everyone. Outpatient rehab programs allow people to stay home and visit a rehab center or clinic for services such as counseling, therapy and group meetings. For that reason, these programs typically cost much less than inpatient rehab.

Like private inpatient rehabs, many outpatient programs offer various ways to pay. Most accept insurance and Medicare, and offer sliding fee scales and payment plans. State and locally funded outpatient programs can also offer services at no cost or a very low cost to people who qualify.

Partial Hospitalization: A Compromise

Partial hospitalization is a kind of intensive outpatient rehab that takes place in a hospital setting. People in this kind of program stay at home in the evenings and on weekends, but they spend their days in the rehab program. Partial hospitalization programs typically offer the same services as a completely residential rehab, but at a lower cost since accommodations and food are not part of the program.

Insurance, sliding fee scales and payment plans make these programs more affordable, and state funding and Medicare may also cover the costs.

Help! I Can’t Afford Rehab

Finding Affordable Alcohol Rehab in Your Area

You can find alcohol rehab that fits your budget in several ways. If you’re interested in private rehab, contact local inpatient or outpatient rehab facilities and ask about payment options or any other assistance for people in financial need. You may be asked to show detailed financial information and demonstrate your ability to pay a portion of the cost.

For information about low or no cost state or federally funded rehabs in your area, contact local social service administrations and agencies, such as the Department of Economic Security or the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), which has a free, regularly updated state by state listing of agencies and programs that manage state funded services.

Local nonprofit groups or services may also have information on affordable rehab options. Contact organizations such as the Salvation Army or local chapters of Alcoholics Anonymous and other assistance programs for information on rehab services for those with low income, or with special needs.

In all its forms, alcohol rehab provides the support and structure you need to begin – and continue – recovery from alcohol abuse. With options ranging from payment plans to free and low cost programs, alcohol rehab to fit your finances is available just about everywhere.

Do you want to stop drinking – but can’t find the help you’re looking for? We’re here to help. Call us at 800-430-1407Who Answers? for the answers you want right now.

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