Rehab Insurance Options for the Uninsured
If you are currently uninsured, you can take steps to find rehab insurance, even if you don’t have coverage available through an employer. For example, Medicaid provides health insurance coverage to low-income Americans. These services are administered at the state level, so the application for Medicaid occurs through a person’s state of residence.
If you do not qualify for Medicaid, you may be able to purchase an affordable healthcare plan through the marketplace, under the Affordable Care Act. You can determine your eligibility for coverage and evaluate different plans online.
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Help Finding Drug Addiction Treatment Without Insurance
Navigating the financial aspects of addiction treatment can be challenging, even with the resources available to you.
If you still require assistance seeking drug addiction treatment without insurance, The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health is willing to work with you to help you access treatment. We can help you set up a self-payment plan or refer you to a rehab that can meet your needs. Reach out today; we are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to take your phone call and help you start on the journey toward recovery.
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