Paying for Treatment
Anchored Recovery Community
Paying for substance abuse treatment can be a significant concern for individuals and families struggling with addiction. At Anchored Recovery Community, we understand that cost can be a barrier to accessing the care and support that is needed to overcome addiction. We are committed to helping our patients find the resources they need to pay for treatment.
One of the most common ways that individuals pay for substance abuse treatment is through private insurance. Many private insurance plans cover at least a portion of the cost of substance abuse treatment, and Anchored Recovery Community is in-network with many leading insurance providers. Before starting treatment, we encourage individuals to check their insurance plan to determine what, if any, coverage they have for substance abuse treatment.
Another option for paying for treatment is to use personal funds. While this can be a significant financial commitment, many individuals find that the benefits of treatment far outweigh the costs. For those who are unable to pay for treatment outright, Anchored Recovery Community offers flexible payment options, including financing options, to help make treatment more affordable.
It’s also important to consider the long-term benefits of substance abuse treatment. By investing in their recovery, individuals can achieve a life of sobriety, improved health, and increased happiness, which can lead to greater financial stability and success in the long run.
For those who are struggling to pay for treatment, there are also a number of community resources that may be available to help. Organizations like the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and local charities often provide funding for substance abuse treatment for those in need. We encourage individuals to explore these options and take advantage of any resources that are available to them.
In some cases, individuals may also be eligible for substance abuse treatment through their employer-sponsored benefits. Many employers offer employee assistance programs (EAPs) that provide resources and support for substance abuse treatment and other mental health services.
While we do not accept Medicare or Medicaid, we are committed to helping our patients find the resources they need to pay for treatment. Our team of experts is available to answer any questions and provide guidance and support to help individuals navigate the process of paying for treatment.
Another option for paying for treatment is to seek financial assistance from family members or friends. Many individuals find that their loved ones are willing to help support their recovery and provide the resources needed to pay for treatment.
Paying for substance abuse treatment can be a concern for individuals and families struggling with addiction. While Anchored Recovery Community does not accept Medicare or Medicaid or offer scholarships, we are committed to helping our patients find the resources they need to pay for treatment. Whether it’s through private insurance, personal funds, community resources, employer-sponsored benefits, health savings accounts, flexible spending accounts, or financial assistance from family and friends, we are here to help and support our patients in every way possible. Contact our admissions team today at 866-934-4849 to review your payment options for treatment.