Inpatient Drug Rehab In Columbus Ohio
Do you or a loved one have a drug, alcohol, or prescription drug addiction? Are you or a loved one dealing with meth or heroin? If this describes what you’re dealing with give our Columbus Ohio office a call. We’ll connect you with one of our detox or rehab centers and start you on your road to recovery today. You won’t be sorry.
When it comes to finding the right drug rehab center, there are many factors to consider, especially when you’re considering inpatient treatment. You’ll want to make the best choice possible when you choose which treatment center you’ll be going to or sending your loved one to.
Benefits Of Inpatient Treatment
Inpatient treatment is a long-term program that will offer important things that you or your loved one will need to heal and recover from addiction. This will allow you or your loved one the time and tools to effectively recover from addiction. There are many options and choosing the wrong program is a setup for failure. Making the right choice can mean the difference between success and failure.
What Is The Cost Of Inpatient Treatment?
There are many different things to consider when calculating the cost of inpatient addiction treatment. There are different phases and levels of service and extras that must be factored into the equation. Some programs are free or low-cost. Some go on what you’re making or can pay. Others are state or federally funded. Still others, those that are 5-star treatment facilities that are far more similar to a resort, will charge a large fee for their services.
You’ll also need to factor in the intervention portion of the treatment. Will you be able to do this on your own? Or will you require a facility that offers intervention services? Will your insurance cover the fees?
Although insurance may cover the fees for a detox or rehab, not all detox or rehab facilities will accept such insurance. You’ll have to pay out of pocket and see if the insurance company will reimburse you for your private payment (some will and some won’t).
If you do have insurance, always be sure and mention it when you’re doing the intake and paperwork. You don’t have to pay for rehab by yourself. Rehab is a medical treatment and in the Affordable Care Act, medical insurance must offer services that include mental health and drug abuse addiction treatment programs.
How Long Is Treatment?
Each treatment protocol will be dependent on the particular individual seeking treatment. Treatments should always be tailored to each individual so it will be individualized. What one patient requires may not be required at all for another patient. The longer a patient spends in rehab, the less likely they are to relapse and have to repeat the treatment protocol. Although there are programs as short as 21 to 30 days, the likelihood of relapse will be higher than a patient that stays for 90 days or longer in rehab.