Before you can conquer alcoholism or drug addiction, it's important to fully understand them. Every person has different factors that can lead to addiction and substance abuse. We will explain how drugs affect the body, why people use them, and how to get help for alcoholism.
The Underlying Causes of Addiction
Many people abuse substances to get highs or to deal with stress and other health conditions. The co-occurring symptoms of mental disorders can be made worse by the use of alcohol or other drugs. We teach healthy methods to cope with negative emotions, and treat all the underlying causes.
A personal approach is required for rehab for drug and alcohol abuse. You should tailor it to your specific needs. We will work closely with you to develop a customized treatment plan that includes counseling, individual therapy, and group therapy.
Proven Treatment Methods
We offer safe environments that will help you detox from alcohol and other drugs. Treatment doesn't stop with detox. We will help you learn healthy coping techniques, stress-relief methods, and skills that will make it easier for you to succeed.
Supporting long-term Recovery
Recovery is a journey that lasts a lifetime. Being surrounded with support makes it easier. You can expect to be able to transition smoothly from treatment to recovery and introduce you into support groups. Support is available to you, regardless if you are in recovery yourself or supporting someone else.
A small number of people who are addicted to drugs and alcohol choose not to seek treatment due to the high price tag. But the cost of rehab is negligible compared with the potential social and health consequences of not getting treatment. You can avoid these problems by getting help immediately.
Millions of Americans are living with addiction every day. A U.S. surgeon général report in 2016 estimated that close to 21 million Americans suffer from substance abuse disorders. Only 10 percent receive treatment for substance abuse.
This is why? This is partly because of the cost. Nearly 40% of Americans who had a substance abuse disorder and needed treatment in 2014 didn't attend rehab because they couldn't afford it or did not have insurance.
However, the cost of treatment is much less than that of addiction. A lot of people are unaware that insurance can greatly reduce the cost for rehab. Insurance companies must now cover mental and addiction treatment under new laws.
How much does rehab cost?
The prices for different levels of addiction treatment vary across the nation. For people with severe addictions, intensive and extended treatment may be required. Standard treatment is generally more expensive than intensive care.
Detoxification is the process of removing drugs from the body and safely ending withdrawal. Based on data from drug treatment facilities in the United States, the average cost for a 30-day detox program is $250 to $800 per person.
The cost of basic residential treatment which includes assessments and monitoring around-the-clock is typically between $2,000-$20,000,000. Long-term residential therapy, which can last between 60 to 90 minutes, may be twice the cost.
Luxury rehab centers can charge up to $25,000 per 30 days. However, private treatment centers typically charge less.
Outpatient care allows patients to remain at home and receive treatment. Patients can learn to live at home and avoid the need for a hospital by attending several appointments. A three-month outpatient program can often cost around $5,000. Outpatient care can cost up to $10,000 in some facilities.
Intensive Outpatient Rehab
Outpatient intensive care is a more extensive form of outpatient treatment. It usually includes multiple appointments per week and lasts about three hours each day. This treatment can be between $3,000 and $10,000 over 30 days.
Partial Hospitalization Programs
Partial hospitalization is for patients who are unable to return home each night and need intensive treatment during the days. PHP typically costs between $350- $450 per hour.
Medication-Assisted Opioid Management
The U.S. Department of Defense published a report in 2016 that estimated the cost of different opioid treatment programs.
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Programs that are cost-free
Treatment centers can be very expensive. However, some facilities offer payment assistance. Other facilities offer programs for free, funded by state taxes. These programs sponsored by the state often have long waiting lists.
Individuals in recovery have another option: Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous are two options. These 12-step programs have helped millions to get sobriety over the past six decades through regular meetings. There are also free treatment options offered by faith-based groups.