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Are There Affordable Options for Drug Rehab outside of State Programs?

When you start looking for an Orange County rehab that can meet your needs, finances are always at the forefront of your mind. You want a place that will help with detox, but will provide ongoing care once the detox is complete. This first phase requires medical assistance. Beyond that, there is plenty to learn and work through. It’s important to learn about the affordable options available outside of state programs so that an educated decision can be made without risking financial loss.

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State Insurance

Though state detox and treatment programs are available, these may not be the option you truly desire. That doesn’t mean you can’t rely on the state for some services. State insurance often covers an affordable drug rehab stay, even if it isn’t at a state facility. The state is all about preventative care, because they recognize the risk for future expenses when the problem isn’t addressed in a timely manner. They also recognize addiction is a medical issue that is almost certain to escalate without proper care. Because of these realities, it’s more economically sound for the state insurance to pay for a rehab now, than to have to bear the burden of medical costs associated with an untreated addiction.

State insurance tends to have strict financial limits. That means you may have to fall within a certain income bracket in order to qualify for this type of insurance. Normally, low income families are the ones that qualify. In some cases, if the income is low enough, the insurance doesn’t cost you anything.

Financial Aid

In many cases, financial aid is available for those who qualify. Clients can expect reduced rates, as the financial aid will supplement what they can’t pay for, and a plan that extends beyond the stay so that you have plenty of time to pay it off. You can also combine programs so that one form of financial aid works with another to reduce the end cost to you.

There are options when you want to find an affordable rehab center that isn’t a state center. It’s really more about the insurance, than the center itself. Before making any decisions, try applying for state insurance. Then, call around to learn about programs available at the rehab centers in your area.

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