Will Insurance Pay for My Rehab Stay?
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All Private PPO Medical Insurance Accepted

Just a few of the insurance plans we work with on a daily basis. Use this form to quickly and easily verify your private or company provided PPO health insurance plan benefits for addiction treatment services.

   

Does Insurance Typically Cover Rehab?

The short answer is “yes.” In most cases, private and medicare insurance will cover rehab because it involves treating addition, which is a medical disease. However, there's always a few variables to consider before making any conclusions, such as the specific terms of your plan or "carve outs." This quick read will give you a better understanding to the above question “will insurance pay for rehab?”  

How Much Does Rehab Cost?

The costs of a typical rehab program vary widely by the type of treatment facility, whether you do inpatient or outpatient program, what sort of amenities are being offered and if the facility is a luxury rehab center or not. Furthermore, the cost varies depending on the location, length of stay, and what’s included. For example, a recovery center on the beach in Maui with an Olympic-sized swimming pool overlooking the ocean, is going to be more expensive than one in a suburban town with average amenities. That's not to say the less expensive option won't get you sober....Some recovery facilities, such as non-profit health centers and medicare organizations, are entirely free while luxury centers, where you see celebrities enter, may cost up to $80,000 a month. Most drug treatment centers fall somewhere in the middle, from $2,000 to $25,000 a month. That's where Arizona Addiction fits in - a luxury treatment program offered at an affordable price.  

Should I Choose Outpatient or Inpatient Rehab?

An Inpatient / Residential program, like the one offered here at Arizona Addiction, requires you to live at the recovery center for a minimum of 30 days. There, you’ll receive intense and thorough therapy for your addiction and learn new skills and goals to prepare yourself for your new, sober life. Inpatient Rehab in Arizona is a focused environment that removes temptations and lets you focus on your recovery. An outpatient program, on the other hand, allows you to live at home or a sober living facility in Arizona and visit the treatment center a few times each week to attend recovery classes, speak with your counselor, and receive any medication you may need. Outpatient programs (IOP & PHP) are generally more affordable, and they let you continue your job and/or responsibilities at home and work. However, travel can be difficult if the rehab center is far from your house or sober living environment, especially if you are on medication that interferes with your ability to drive. It can also be difficult if your home life is a source of temptation and you don’t have support at home to help you focus on recovery.