The Cost of Rehabilitation in The US
The cost of drug rehab treatment in the US can vary widely depending on several factors, including the type of treatment program, the length of stay, and the location of the facility. On average, a 90-day program can cost upwards of $60,000. Outpatient programs and medication-assisted treatment can be less expensive, with costs ranging from $1,000 to $10,000. Insurance coverage and financial assistance programs may also be available to help offset the costs of treatment.
The average cost for inpatient residential drug rehab treatment in the US ranges from $10,000 to $50,000 per month depending on a variety of factors such as location, amenities, therapy options, and length of stay. Without insurance, the cost can be even higher. However, insurance may cover some or all of the cost, depending on the individual’s policy. It is important to research and compare different facilities to find one that meets both the individual’s needs and budget.
We take pride in being able to offer high-quality inpatient rehabilitation care based in Puerto Nuevo, Baja California for a fraction of the cost of a similar US-based program, where the current average for residential treatment averages out to $42,500 and goes for as much as $80,000 according to the NCDAS (National Center for Drug Abuse Statistics).