Key Differences Between Private Rehab and State-Funded Treatment Options

Private Rehab is an alternative to public or state-funded treatment options. These programs can offer lower cost or no-cost care to individuals who may not be able to afford traditional insurance coverage.

The key differences between private rehab and state-funded treatment options include:

Personalized Treatment: Private facilities offer more individualized care by creating a customized addiction recovery plan that takes into account your unique needs, history, and personal experience. This allows you to receive more personalized one-on-one counseling as well as the opportunity for a wider range of therapeutic offerings, including holistic ones such as art therapy and yoga, that can provide an additional level of support and guidance through this difficult time.

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A more thoughtful guest experience: Unlike county-run facilities that often have a basic guest experience (think that children’s book from the early 90s with the rottweiler who takes care of the kids) private rehab offers accommodations that can make your stay much more enjoyable. This can include a broader selection of amenities, better food, and comfortable, spacious rooms with plenty of room for quiet reflection or reconnecting with nature.

More flexible visiting hours and private areas: Private rehabs often allow family members to visit during the day with flexible visiting hours and designated private spaces for visitors. This can help ease the stress of a long stay in rehab and encourage positive relationships during a challenging period.

The costs of private rehab vary, but many insurance plans will cover at least a portion of your stay in treatment. If you have questions about how to pay for drug rehab, speak with a licensed healthcare professional who can assess your current situation and recommend the best treatment option for you.