Addiction treatment is not a luxury. It’s a necessity.
American Addiction Centers recognizes that for those who are struggling with substance use disorders, treatment can be lifesaving, and we make care as accessible as possible. Our facilities, located across the United States, are all VA-approved community care providers.
Additionally, we are in-network with many insurance providers. You can easily—and confidentially—check your insurance benefits to see if you’re covered for addiction treatment services. We’ll be able to tell you if your provider is in network with Recovery First Treatment Center and all American Addiction Centers locations.
Other Payment Options: Private Pay, Payment Plans & Loans
There are other ways to help you pay the costs for rehab treatment. Whether you have any of the above-listed insurances or benefits, you have other rehab payment options that you can use to seek drug or alcohol addiction treatment. These may include:
- Private payment: You can use your savings to pay for rehab treatment. Sometimes you will receive a discount for cash payments. Make sure to let the treatment center facilitator know your method of payment.
- Payment plans: If you don’t have all the cash up front, you can often arrange a payment plan with the rehab center. This allows you more time to pay in cash.
- Loans: You could attempt to get a bank loan, credit card loan, or personal loan from friends or family to pay for rehab.
- GoFundMe: Raise money to get the treatment you need by starting a GoFundMe fundraiser.
- GiveSendGo: This is another fundraiser that is an alternative to GoFundMe.
American Addiction Centers provides financing to cover care for those who need it. To inquire about financing or ask any questions about how to pay for treatment, please call one of our admissions navigators at . We are here to help 24/7 to discuss your options for treatment for you or someone you love.
What Can Affect the Cost of Rehab?
Several factors may affect your total cost of rehab. The level of treatment you may need is one factor. For example, if a medical professional determines you may need a longer stay at a treatment facility, this could increase the cost. Similarly, if you need more hands-on, intense treatment, the cost may increase. It’s vital to consult with a therapist who can assess which program is most suited to your needs.
Other factors that may play a role in the cost include your:
- Treatment facility.
- Insurance policy.