Though many plans go a long way in paying for addiction treatment, medical insurance is not required obtain the treatment necessary for drug or alcohol addiction.

In fact, even among those who do have medical insurance, there are those who opt to pay in cash for their drug rehab rather than filling out paperwork and benefit claims and various authorizations.

Private pay addiction treatment centers are located all over the country. In other words, effective, high-quality addiction treatment remains within your grasp.

Some people who pay cash for addiction treatment require a combination of treatment options. Some patients start with detox, then move on to inpatient care before making the transition to outpatient care. Others begin with detox and then enroll in private counseling sessions at a private pay addiction treatment center. Others go straight from detox to outpatient care; this is an option for those whose addiction has not resulted in life-altering events.

Among private pay treatment center, state-funded programs are often the most affordable. Then again, these facilities are widely criticized for being crowded or understaffed, making the treatment on offer less than 100 percent effective.

Fortunately, JourneyPure Paducah is an effective outpatient facility, with licensed medical professionals who approach addiction treatment on an individual basis. Each person entering JourneyPure Paducah receives an individualized treatment program, one that takes into account that person’s age, mental and physical health, and personality.
Inpatient Treatment versus Outpatient Treatment
Depending on how serious the addiction is, the patient will need to decide whether an inpatient or outpatient treatment center is right for him or her.

Inpatient treatment features residential accommodations, where patients live for 30, 60, or 90-day stints to focus on beating their addiction and any co-occurring mental health disorders. It is recommended for those with serious addictions or long-term mental health issues.

An outpatient facility only requires the patient to participate for a number of hours and allows them to leave. Outpatient treatment, like what can be found at JourneyPure Paducah, is suited for people with less serious, short-term addictions.

Don’t Forget

At JourneyPure Paducah, we understand the financial and emotional toll that addiction can have on individuals and families alike. Investing in your treatment is a big decision, but one that is likely to save your life making it a worthwhile expense. We are happy to discuss what a self-pay option could look like for you or your family.

If you are in need of payment assistance for yourself or your family, we’ve partnered with a number of healthcare loan companies to offer patients access to immediate financing. Our admissions counselors can share more details about whether or not this may be a fit for you.

Have questions about treatment? We’re here to help. Reach out to our admissions staff today and get all of your questions answered. Our admissions team can answer any questions you have about JourneyPure Paducah and how to pay for addiction treatment. Contact us today!

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