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How Much Does Inpatient Alcohol Rehab Cost?

Inpatient alcohol rehab can offer the best chance for long-term recovery from alcohol abuse. But this kind of treatment can be expensive. Although the actual costs of inpatient rehab for alcohol abuse can vary widely, affordable options are available for people with limited finances. Here’s a rundown of factors that can affect the cost of inpatient rehab, and ways to find a program that fits your budget.

Private Inpatient Rehabs Offer Full Services

Inpatient rehab offered by private residential facilities ranges from luxury programs in resort like settings to cozier, cottage like retreats, and costs depend on the quality and quantity of the services and accommodations each program offers. In general, though, a single, 30-day stay in a private rehab typically costs from around $10,000 to about $20,000, with higher end accommodations reaching $50,000 or more. These costs reflect the full range of services offered in a standard rehab stay.

Accommodations Raise Costs

Inpatient Alcohol Rehab Cost

Amenities such as yoga can increase the cost of an inpatient program.

Inpatient, or residential, rehab includes room and meals for the duration of the program. Alcohol and other kinds of substance abuse can take a toll on the body in many ways, so one aspect of many private inpatient programs is nutrition therapy – providing healthful meals on a regular schedule and education about good nutrition in recovery.

Depending on the location and quality of the rehab facility, accommodations alone can account for a significant cost of an inpatient rehab. Along with recovery-focused groups and therapy, some rehabs offer a long list of amenities for clients to enjoy, including:

  • Gyms
  • Running and walking trails
  • Swimming
  • Horseback riding
  • Yoga

Professional Services and Staff Add Expenses

Inpatient rehabs of all kinds include the services of therapists and trained residential staff on the premises at all times. Programs that include detox also provide healthcare professionals who monitor and support clients during a week or more of withdrawal, which can cause severe physical symptoms.

Inpatient rehabs can also include the services of specialized therapists and instructors, who offer therapeutic activities such as art and music therapy, meditation and exercise. These services also contribute to the costs of private rehab.

Detox and Withdrawal Support Requires Specialized Care

Many inpatient rehab programs also include medical detox – the process of clearing alcohol from the body. Because withdrawal creates symptoms ranging from mild to life threatening, the facility makes sure that medical staff is available to monitor clients in withdrawal and provide medications to make it less uncomfortable. Though not everyone needs detox, or the full range of detox support, the cost of detox can add hundreds or thousands of dollars to the cost of a standard rehab stay.

Who Pays for Rehab When You Can’t Afford It?

Financial Help for Private Inpatient Rehab

Though the cost of private inpatient rehab can be high, a number of programs offer ways to help potential clients with financial concerns. Many insurance plans cover some or all of the costs, and other options can include:

  • Sliding fee scales
  • Payment plans
  • “Scholarships” for people with severe financial need

Free and Low Cost Inpatient Rehabs

For those with no way to pay for private inpatient rehab, state and federally funded rehab programs can help. These free or low-cost programs offer “bare bones” recovery support that includes basic accommodations and standard rehab treatments such as group and individual counseling, but without the extras that are typical of private rehabs.

To qualify for state funded rehab, applicants need to show proof of citizenship and residency, along with documentation of financial need. Though there’s often a long waiting list for these kinds of rehab programs, they make it possible for just about anyone to get the alcohol treatment they need.

The cost of inpatient alcohol rehab depends on factors including the type of program and level of services offered. From full service private rehabs to free or low cost state funded programs, there’s an inpatient program to meet nearly everyone’s needs.

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