Treatment at Empowered Recovery

At Empowered Recovery, we believe that everyone should have a fair chance to recover. We accept most major insurance providers and have several payment plans so that you or your loved one can get the vital help needed.

Our Partial Hospitalization Programming (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient (IOP) makes treatment much cheaper than traditional residential rehabs without sacrificing any of the effectiveness. We also offer all of our clients one year of recovery coaching at no additional cost.
Costs & Funding (Insurance / Private Pay)
Costs & Funding (Insurance / Private Pay)
Don’t let financial worries stop you from picking up the phone to us. There are many ways to pay for treatment – our team is highly experienced and will explore every possibility to find the approach that suits you best.

The Costs of Treatment

At Empowered Recovery, we provide tailored packages to suit each client’s individual needs. With this in mind, it is impossible to put a general price on individual treatment. If you contact our admissions team and explain your situation, they’ll be able to inform you of the costs associated with treatment.
Costs & Funding (Insurance / Private Pay)

Paying With Insurance

Alcohol and substance addictions are medical conditions that are covered by the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Any insurance company on the Health Insurance Marketplace (HIM) must include treatment for them.

Not every single insurance provider is on the HIM. However, many companies have policies that mirror the guidelines. We can let you know if your insurance provider will cover treatment at Empowered Recovery – it’s always worth looking into.

“ A truly wonderful place. I’d recommend it to anyone who needs it. ” - Anne, Former Client

In-Network vs. Out-of-Network

Any insurance provider we are in-network with will cover at least some of your treatment in their plan, with some covering the entire stay. If you’re out-of-network, you’ll need to cover the cost of treatment yourself. If you haven’t got the immediate funds ready, get in touch anyway – there are many ways to fund your or a loved one’s recovery.
Costs & Funding (Insurance / Private Pay)
Costs & Funding (Insurance / Private Pay)
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Paying Privately

Some of our clients choose to pay privately for their treatment. We are happy to take payment in (MONTHLY/BIMONTHLY) installments, but we will require a deposit before commencing treatment.
Costs & Funding (Insurance / Private Pay)
We also offer a range of payment plans. These enable you or your loved one to get the help needed at precisely the right moment. When someone is ready to find recovery, it’s best to help them immediately – that opportunity might not be around forever.

Alternative Ways of Paying for Treatment

Some public funding for drug addiction treatment is available via the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). This funding includes the Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant (SABG). People who qualify for this grant include:
  • Pregnant women
  • Postpartum women
  • Women with dependent children
  • Intravenous substance users
It may also be worth asking your loved ones for help if you cannot access any funding. We can’t put a price on the well-being of the people we love, and when multiple people share the cost, it works out much cheaper.

You could also try reaching out to local charitable organizations. Across the United States, many grassroots charities are dedicated to helping people fund substance use treatment.
“ Thank you Empowered Recovery for helping my son with such compassion and for all the family therapy sessions which were amazing for everyone. ” - Tom, Parent of Former Client

Mental Health Parity Law

Some clients are often hesitant to reach out to their provider for help. As a society, we’re told that substance users can stop independently, and it’s just a case of willpower. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Addiction is a medical condition and should be treated as such.

The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act states that any insurer subject to the parity law is legally obliged to provide the same level of care for substance use and mental health as they would any other health concern.
Costs & Funding (Insurance / Private Pay)
Costs & Funding (Insurance / Private Pay)
This law applies to:
  • Health coverage in companies with more than fifty companies
  • Any type of coverage under the Affordable Care Act
  • Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
  • Most Medicaid programs

The Cost of Addiction

The idea of funding treatment can seem drastic to some people – it can run into thousands of dollars. However, it’s much cheaper and far more humane than continuing in active addiction.

Finding a path to recovery is much more financially friendly and sustainable than funding an active addiction. This isn’t even considering all the pain, suffering, legal problems, poor work performance, relationship problems, and health issues that addiction brings.

A user who spends $60 a day, which is on the low end of the addiction scale, will still spend $87,600 over four years. You could have paid for treatment many times during this period without any of the headaches of having to manage an addiction.
Costs & Funding (Insurance / Private Pay)
The freedom of recovery has no price. You’ll sleep better at night, you won’t need to hide things from your loved ones or employer, and you have the chance to enhance your well-being and mental health.

Get Help Now

If you have any questions about treatment, please get in touch with our team today.
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