Paying for Bath Salts Addiction Rehabilitation
Treatment at a rehabilitation center can be expensive, which is one of the biggest obstacles for individuals with substance use disorder. Treatment at a 24/7 clinic can cost approximately $750 per day, and outpatient treatment can cost at least $250 per day. Most insurance plans cover at least some part of the cost of treatment.
For individuals without insurance, federal or state grants and private loans may help cover part of the cost of treatment. State-funded rehabilitation facilities are another alternative, but it may be difficult to get admitted to these clinics due to a large number of applicants. Some insurance companies may also provide discounts or accept payments on a sliding scale.
Does Insurance Pay for Bath Salts Treatment and Rehab?
Most health insurance plans will partially or fully cover the cost of bath salts addiction treatment. It is essential to ensure that treatment at a particular rehabilitation center is covered under the specific insurance plan.
Plans purchased under the Affordable Care Act cover from 60% to 90% of the cost of treatment. Under the Affordable Care Act, insurance companies cannot penalize individuals for having a preexisting condition, including substance use disorders. Find out whether your insurance plan is accepted at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health.
The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health can help individuals overcome substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health issues. Contact us today to learn more about the treatment options available to you or someone you care about.
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