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What Types of Affordable Inpatient Drug Rehab Are Available?

Healthcare costs continue to rise with each passing year, making affordable inpatient drug rehab that much harder to find. As the most costly form of drug rehab available, inpatient care programs attend to both the physical and psychological effects of addiction in addition to helping a person overcome a drug problem.

Not surprisingly, affordable inpatient drug rehab programs can vary in the types of services offered as well as in treatment duration. Knowing what types of affordable inpatient drug rehab to look for can help speed up your search in finding a program that best meets your treatment needs.

Affordability Options

Recent changes in healthcare laws have made affordable inpatient drug rehab easier to come by. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 has opened up health insurance options in terms of requiring marketplace plan providers to provide equal coverage for addiction-based care as well as standard medical care, according to the Office of National Drug Control Policy.

These provisions apply for any program that accepts health insurance coverage, which is likely all of them. In this respect, anyone who has the most basic of healthcare coverage can use it to help pay for treatment costs.

Call our helpline at 800-430-1407Who Answers? to see how your insurance can help pay your rehab costs.

Types of Affordable Inpatient Drug Rehab Programs

28- or 30-Day Programs

Affordable Inpatient Drug Rehab

Your health insurance may be able to cover a portion of your rehab stay.

Affordable drug rehab programs that run for 28 to 30 days exist in abundance as these programs use the standard treatment model, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

These programs offer detox care, drug education, counseling and aftercare planning in terms of helping person take the next step in the recovery process. As a general rule, the shorter a program’s duration runs the cheaper the cost.

60-Day Programs

As the detox and withdrawal stage can take as long as 30 days, affordable inpatient drug rehabs offering 60-day programs can spend more time helping you build a drug-free lifestyle while developing a healthy support network in the process.

These programs work well in cases where addiction’s effects have caused considerable disruption in a person’s life, but not to the point of job loss or serious physical/psychological problems.

90-Day Programs

Someone coming off a chronic or long-term addiction problem will require the type of in-depth treatment provided by a 90-day treatment program. On top of severe addiction, a person will likely have developed chronic physical and/or psychological disorders as a result of long-term drug use.

Affordable inpatient drug rehab programs in this group use the added time to help a person gain a firm footing in recovery while establishing ongoing treatment plans for any chronic conditions resulting from addiction.

Are Inpatient Services for Addiction Expensive?


As with all things in life, cost considerations can be the deciding factor when determining which affordable inpatient drug rehab program to choose. That being so, it’s equally important to find the level of treatment that best addresses your situation in terms of how addiction has impacted your life and overall well-being.

If you need help finding affordable inpatient drug rehab that meets your treatment needs, please don’t hesitate to call our toll-free helpline at 800-430-1407Who Answers? to speak with one of our addictions specialists.

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