Does Health Insurance Cover Drug Treatment or Rehab?
Does Insurance Cover Rehab?
Yes insurance covers rehab. In order to find out your exact level of coverage you may need to consult your insurance provider.
Health Insurance Information
Many health insurance plans will cover alcohol and drug rehab treatment. We at American Addiction Centers want you to have all the information you need when using health insurance to cover the cost of treatment. American Addiction Centers is dedicated to supporting individuals struggling with drug and alcohol addiction on their journey to recovery. We offer our national directory and library of resources to you and your loved ones so you can find the path that best suits your needs
How Much Does Rehab Cost?
Rehab costs vary depending on your recommended treatment plan and the provider you choose. Insurance—state-funded or private—often covers the majority of treatment costs. If you do not have insurance, many providers offer scholarships or payment plans to help people access rehab.
How to Pay for Rehab Without Insurance?
If you don’t have insurance, many facilities offer payment plans and accept private financing. If you can’t finance rehab on your own, you may be able to take out a personal loan to cover the costs. If none of these options suit you, you may try “crowdfunding” your treatment through services such as GoFundMe or use the SAMHSA.gov treatment locator help you find free treatment centers in your area.
Can I See if My Insurance Covers Treatment Before I Call?
American Addiction Centers allows potential patients to verify their insurance covers treatment at their facilities online before they call.Verify your coverage today.
Can I choose which AAC facility to go to?
Our admissions navigators will help make the best recommendation for you, based on your needs, to determine which of our treatment facilities will be the right fit.
How much does treatment cost at an AAC facility?
The cost of rehab varies depending on the patient’s level of treatment, length of stay, insurance coverage, and other unique factors. The amount of coverage or insurance acceptance is based on the insurance policy that each patient is covered by. This means out-of-pocket expenses will vary.