Drug and alcohol rehab can be expensive. Many programs can last 30, 60, and 90-days, or even longer. Financial worries often keep people from pursuing rehab. If this sounds familiar, don’t let money keep you from sobriety. Whether you’re looking for a state-run or independently run drug and alcohol rehab program, there are thousands of programs across California aimed at helping all income levels receive addiction treatment. Addiction and dependency are increasingly common today, especially within the LGBTQ community. Unfortunately, many in the LGBTQ community also lack financial and emotional support from family when pursuing rehab. Insurance and financing for rehab may seem overwhelming. There are several ways to pay for drug rehab with or without health insurance coverage.
Don’t let money keep sobriety from reach. At La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center, we offer financially viable detox and rehab for the LGBTQ community. Call us to learn more at 844.956.3514.
Does Insurance Pay For Rehab?
Private insurance companies often cover part or all of residential rehab programs. However, there are several essential things to remember:
- Health insurance coverage varies by state and the insurance company
- Many top national companies do offer partial or full coverage of detox and recovery
- Speak with your insurance agent to verify your needs are covered
- Any professional treatment center can provide coverage information about their programs and services
Many facilities also offer rehab financing programs, making rehab more accessible to those with limited or no insurance coverage. Reputable rehab facilities will always put clients and patients first. Many can work with clients to make rehab possible.
Under the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare, individuals cannot be denied insurance coverage because of pre-existing conditions. For example, if you have been to rehab before, an insurance company cannot turn down your insurance application. If you are currently uninsured but above the income requirement for Medicaid, purchasing insurance through the Affordable Care Act may help cover the costs of rehab.
For those on Medicaid or Medicare, there are state-funded benefits for detox and rehab. This is determined by state and often focuses on alcohol recovery.
Paying For Rehab in California
State funding and resources differ across the country. State-run treatment programs use California’s revenue to help fund addiction treatment programs. Those living with lower income may qualify for sliding scale programs, financing, or lower-cost rehab. Those looking for rehab programs may also qualify for federal funding through SAMHSA grants. Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block grants can help specific community members, such as pregnant women and postpartum mothers, cover the costs of rehab.
Because of California’s large infrastructure, hundreds of facilities across the state take insurance, rehab financing, and government funding to help Californians get their lives back. Reputable rehab facilities provide transparent cost information, frequently work with state and independent insurance companies, and can answer your questions. It is always important to consider cost when looking for the right rehab program, but don’t let financial concerns keep you from regaining a life of sobriety.
Begin Drug Detox and Recovery Today at La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center
Southern California’s La Fuente Hollywood Treatment Center understands the ins and outs of rehab financing. We accept many major insurance carriers. Our staff can talk you through payment plans and insurance language. If you or someone in your life is looking for detox and rehab care in the LGBTQ community, call La Fuente today. Our Southern California detox and rehab facility provides a space for LGBTQ community members to take control of their addictions and mental health. We can help you afford rehab right here in Hollywood, California. If you’re ready for a detox and rehab program, call us at 844.956.3514 to learn more about our financing options and insurance coverage policies.