Private Pay Rehab: Getting Clean & Sober for Good

Private Pay Rehab Getting Clean & Sober for Good - TransformationCare

Now that you’ve made the decision to get addiction treatment, how will you pay for rehab? There are many options to pay for rehab and not all of them involve health insurance. Private pay may be your best option when planning to pay for rehab. Private pay means you pay for residential addiction treatment out of your own pocket without involving health insurance.  Here’s just a few benefits of paying privately:

Paying Privately for Rehab

1. You Choose Your Rehab

One of the best benefits of private pay is that you’re not restricted when choosing your facility. If you use insurance to pay you may only have a handful of residential addiction treatment centers to choose from and there’s no guarantee that those facilities are a good program. When paying with your own cash, you can find the right rehab program that will get you clean and sober for good. At Transformations Care, we’re a no-BS drug rehab program that will help you overcome your addiction and treat any underlying mental health issues that could be fueling your use.

2. Privacy While Getting Clean

When using insurance to pay for rehab, it will be kept in your records, along with the specific diagnoses sent to the insurance provider. When paying privately, you don’t have to involve health insurance and all communications and payments stay between you and the treatment facility. At Transformation Care, we’ve been where you are now and understand the need for full privacy. Your personal information is a secret just between us!

3. Security of Finishing Your Rehab Program

Rehab typically lasts for 30-90 days and insurance providers may not authorize coverage for you throughout your whole program. When paying privately, typically the cost of rehab is less than paying with insurance, so if your insurance provider suddenly decides they won’t cover their portion of payment, you’ll end up paying that higher rate to cover the rest of your program. Not finishing your full rehab program because insurance only covered 10 days, means you’re much more likely to relapse. Choosing cash pay gives you the security in knowing that you’ll be able to finish your program and truly build a foundation for staying clean and sober for good.

Getting Residential Addiction Treatment

No matter how you decide to pay for addiction treatment, we can help you find your own path to recovery. If you’re sick and tired of being sick and tired from your substance abuse, reach out to us today at 424.339.0965. We’ll work with you to find a way to make treatment affordable for you. Once you’re here, you’ll finally be able to focus on transforming yourself and shaping a better future. All you have to do is pick up the phone and call us!

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Getting Clean & Sober at Home

Today, more than 75% of hospitals and healthcare providers offer access to telehealth treatment, with 29 states having gone so far as to enact telehealth parity laws, which force insurance companies to reimburse patients for telehealth at the same rates as they would for in-person treatment.
 
 If you’ve been thinking about getting clean and sober, or if you’ve been wanting to work on and strengthen the recovery you already have, it’s never been easier to do it through telehealth.