Inpatient treatment and rehabilitation facilities come in many different forms. There are hospital-type facilities, remote campuses, community residential centers and even small houses. The sizes can range from a handful of beds to 200 or more, and costs can vary greatly as well.
Contact us for a general assessment and we can assist you in finding the right inpatient facility based on the effectiveness of the program, location and your specifications.
Through working with thousands of individuals and families throughout the years to locate several hundred inpatient facilities, we have found tha the average cost fo this type of treatment can be somewhere between $7K and $10K per month. These costs change based on location and accommodations, as well as their length of time, level of service and whether or not they receive any sort of outside funding.
Your out-of-pocket expenses can vary depending on whether or not there is insurance coverage and how much it will pay for inpatient rehabilitation, if the facility has any type of scholarship program available or if they receive any public assistance. Publicly-funded programs often have long waiting lists, so we try and work with families to find more cost-effective solutions to receive immediate rehabilitation help.
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The greatest benefit of going to an inpatient treatment facility is that there is an intensified period of rehabilitation rather than part-time counseling in an outpatient setting. Facilities that have a more individualized approach, rather than group counseling sessions, are typically going to be more successful.
In addition, we recommend facilities that promote success and results instead of making addicts feel they are victims of genetics or a brain disease. Drug rehabs that focus on empowerment instead of life-long powerlessness achieve a much higher recovery rate by reinforcing persone responsibility and accountability.
Contact us for more information about inpatient facilities that work and have a successful track record for helping people achieve permanent sorbriety. Call us today to speak with an addiction consultant at 1-800-651-8549.
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