Level of services needed: We offer a comprehensive treatment program that can address all aspects of your patients’ personal health and well being. So, the cost of treatment may fluctuate based on the level of care needed. Learn more about our services.
Duration of treatment: According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, completion of a longer-term addiction treatment program may lead to a longer period of abstinence after rehab and a lower relapse rate. How long will your patients’ addiction treatment last?
Geographic location: Your patients should also consider the cost of traveling to our addiction treatment center. For some, this will be fairly insignificant. For out of town residents, it may involve airfare or other accommodations. Get driving directions to The Raleigh House.
While we are unable to accept Medicare or Medicaid, we do offer lending through Prosper Healthcare, a company that issues loans to people struggling with drug addiction who either aren’t insured or are unable to cover the cost of coinsurance or deductibles.
We also work with a number of insurance companies as an out-of-network provider. Some of the insurance companies we’ve worked with in the past include:
• Aetna Health Plans
• Cigna Behavioral Health
• Cigna Health Plans
• United Healthcare Golden Rule
• United Healthcare
• Blue Cross Blue Shield
• Colorado Health Op Bighorn
As you know, a residential addiction rehabilitation program often costs more than an intensive outpatient program. This may cause your patients to wonder if a residential program is worth the extra expense. Ultimately, it all comes down to the level of care you believe your patients need to achieve a positive recovery outcome. This is a decision our addiction specialists can help you with.
As a more comprehensive form of treatment, residential treatment allows your patients to focus completely on their recovery without any outside distractions. Removed from the stressors of daily life, they may be better able to work through their addictions.
To learn more about how The Raleigh House can help your patients recover from a drug or alcohol addiction, call us today.