Addiction can be a terrible thing for individuals and families to deal with. At Sprout Health California Detox, we know addiction can destroy lives. We think it is a brave decision for addicted individuals to arrive at the decision to seek treatment. Unfortunately, many of those suffering from addiction do not seek treatment because of fear or confusion in understanding the qualifying process. We do not want those in need to bypass treatment for fear of not being able to afford it.
Our intake specialists are well trained and knowledgeable. We can work with people to determine how they can best pay for treatment. Where insurances fall short, we work hard to find alternative ways that our patients can pay for their treatments.
Private and public health insurance can frequently pay for a portion of outpatient or inpatient expenses. Many healthcare providers view substance or behavioral rehab as a legitimate medical concern. As a result, their insurance covers addiction treatment because it is far more beneficial and economical to address addiction before it becomes long-term abuse. On the other hand, some companies frown on providing treatment because they may not view it as a profit-producing endeavor. As such, they may provide specific terms for partial or complete coverage for employees.
Our intake team does a thorough job of determining what a patient’s insurance will or will not cover. We also encourage patients to converse with their insurance carrier to learn more about coverage options for treating addiction.
At Sprout Health California Detox, we know there will be those times when an individual has absolutely no insurances available. We can conduct a search to find non-profit groups that may offer free or reduced cost drug rehab without insurance. There may also be those who offer monetary grants to help pay for treatments. Those who qualify for Medicaid are most likely able to qualify for free, or nearly free, drug rehab assistance.
The key for anyone, regardless of their financial situation, is not to let financial fears stop them from getting the help and medical assistance they need to break free of alcohol or drug addiction. If you or a loved one is suffering from addiction, we encourage you to call us today to find out how we can be off assistance. A life is a precious thing to waste. Get well and live the life you were meant to live.