Once you have decided to make a change and get help for your addiction problem, the next step is to explaore your treatment facility options. Keep in mind that there is no one-size fits all facility. The most effective way to find an appropriate treatment program that meets your particular needs is to speak with an addiction treatment professional who can assess your specific situation and give you various treatment facility options based on your exact needs. We can help you with this. Simply call our Drug Treatment Help-Line at 1-877-683-7818 and you will be connected to an addiction treatment specialist who can help you find the correct treatment program for you.
Outpatient services are on the lower end of the spectrum of rehabilitation services with regards to level of care, because the individual will be able to keep their lifestyle in many ways with no commitment of having to stay in a treatment center while receiving treatment services. Even though this might appear perfect it might not provide the much needed change of environment than many individuals in recovery need to have a successful rehabilitation.
Partial hospitalization, or Day Treatment as it's sometimes called, is a type of drug and alcohol treatment program meant for those who need and want a comprehensive and structured treatment plan and environment yet don't need 24 hours a day care. It can help make men and women in rehab stay supported throughout the [[[rehab process without interfering with other activities they might need to sustain while in rehab. Partial hospitalization/Day Treatment is also a choice for individuals who have finished an inpatient or residential facility and want assistance with the smooth transition back into a normal drug free way of life.
Persons with co-occurring mental and drug abuse issues are what are identified in the field of drug rehabilitation as dual diagnosis clients. These individuals must address both disorders whilst in rehab in order to find resolution because one typically triggers the other. Luckily, there are lots of drug rehab programs who can specifically hone in on the challenges that persons with co-occurring mental and drug abuse issues face to be able to not only become sober but mentally stable and also able to lead a much higher quality lifestyle and not feel the need to self medicate with drugs and alcohol.
Criminal justice clients get into rehab as part of a court ruling to meet a part of their sentencing for any drug offense. Criminal justice clients in drug treatment frequently receive reduced penalties, fines etc. when being cooperative with drug treatment specifications enforced with them as part of sentencing and also of course when successfully graduating an alcohol and drug treatment program.
Self Payment is required when someone's insurance isn't going to pay for the entire cost of rehab or will only pay for part of it. In these situations, it may appear like a drawback but people really have a much more leverage simply because they can select whichever facility they want without the restrictions from health insurance companies that so many men and women face. Likewise, treatment centers will often offer payment assistance for individuals whose only choice is self payment to help them get into rehab.
Some treatment centers will take Medicaid in the event the individual is not able to self pay or present any other form of private medical insurance. Medicaid might pay for outpatient and short-term rehab in a limited amount of centers, and in such cases individuals might want to explore the self pay alternative and come up with up any resources they are able to to cover a more quality rehab center which will get better results, like a long-term residential alcohol and drug rehabilitation center.
Medicare recipients can receive rehabilitation at drug rehab facilities which provide either inpatient or outpatient rehabilitation if the program is in the network of Medicare-participating providers and with the consent of their Medicare appointed doctor, who must assist in establishing the person's rehab strategy. Inpatient services are covered through Medicare Medicare Part A, with out of pocket costs being just like any other type of hospital stay, and outpatient rehabilitation being paid for through Medicare Part B.
State financed insurance other than Medicaid may be used to cover the costs of drug and alcohol rehab if other forms of insurance or self payment aren't a possibility. If a person does not have any private insurance and doesn't yet know if they could qualify for state insurance, they can check with their Social Services office within their area to figure out if they are and then apply. The majority of state financed insurance covers both outpatient and inpatient rehab, but generally only within the state which offers the insurance plan.
Depending on which plan you are covered by, all private medical insurance plans generally cover some kind of alcohol and drug rehab service including outpatient treatment to inpatient or residential drug and alcohol treatment facilities. Individuals could possibly have to take part in an alcohol and drug treatment facility that's within their network of providers and there may be other restrictions like the amount of time their stay in rehab is covered. Individuals can pick a quality facility they prefer and consult with a rehab specialist to ascertain if their insurance will handle it.
Military insurance which includes VA and Tricare does cover the costs of certain substance abuse rehab services. Detoxification services, outpatient and inpatient centers and also partial hospitalization are all paid for by military insurance, although military members may require pre-authorization in which case they can liaise with their VA or Tricare representative. There may be some restrictions about how long a stay in inpatient alcohol and drug rehab is permitted, and all of these questions can be answered before you begin treatment so that it is clear just how long and individual can stay in the rehabilitation center of choice.
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