What Does Cocaine Rehab Cost?
Because of how varied treatment can be, many people wonder how much rehab costs. The answer depends on the intensity and length of treatment, the location of treatment and the quality of care. Free programs exist, but a person in outpatient rehab can generally expect to pay between $1,000 and $10,000 for a 30-day program. For people seeking intensive or full-day outpatient programs, the cost can range from $7,000 to $20,000 per 30 days.
Inpatient (residential) care varies the most, with a 30-day stay ranging from $3,500 to more than $25,000. The cost of treatment may seem daunting, but many programs offer financing plans or scholarships for people who cannot afford to cover their entire rehab program. Some people have successfully used GoFundMe or Kickstarter to raise funds that support their rehab costs.
Will My Insurance Cover Rehab?
After learning the cost of rehab, the next question is typically: “Does insurance cover rehab?” Many insurance companies provide coverage for drug rehabilitation. Marketplace rehab insurance plans and Medicaid/Medicare vary state-by-state but will generally cover at least some of the cost for rehab. Some people may have to enroll in rehab without insurance. For people without insurance, many states offer state-run treatment programs that operate on a sliding fee scale. Other options for funding insurance include scholarship programs and some people found success crowdfunding rehab programs with sites like GoFundMe or Kickstarter.