Most rehab centres in Florida, if not all of them, will gear their costings to insurance plans as provided by the major health insurance providers or companies. This is not to say that everyone who attends a rehab center in Florida pays via insurance. Some people do pay privately, others may be paid for by friends or relatives.
A rehab center in Florida is likely to be extremely expensive, and is an area that needs careful consideration before applying for admission to any such clinical facility. Whilst most rehab centres in Florida are fairly coy about how much they charge,
Hazelden estimate that a four-week stay in one of their treatment centres nationally would cost somewhere in the region of $32,000. This is obviously only a guide figure, and a rehab center in Florida could cost significantly more.
The first thing to do for anyone considering applying for admission to a rehab center is to see if they are covered under an insurance plan of their own or their partners. If they are covered under an insurance plan, it is worth checking whether admission to a rehab or a treatment center need be disclosed to an employer.
Normally there is provision admission to a rehab center can be dealt with at a private health matter.
If there is coverage available under a health plan, then discussions need to be had with a potential rehab as to whether their costs are covered under the insurance plan. A rehab center in Florida will mostly have its costs agreed with an insurance company in advance, but much care needs to be taken in this area.
If a rehab center agrees that their costs are covered, and will be paid directly by an insurance company, then as a client you need to check whether there are any additional extras that might be paid and are not covered under your insurance plan.
This could include areas such as additional described medication, maybe a single room in a rehab center, or maybe some type of alternative therapy such as yoga or mountain hiking.
If a rehab center does have additional charges for these items or any others, then they need to be agreed at the outset of treatment by both parties. Any additional expenses need to be identified clearly in writing at time of admission.
A rehab center in Florida will normally be residential, although some will have daycare programs as well. If for any reason the rehab center you want to go is not covered by your insurance plan, then looking at the possibility of attending a day programme may be an option.
Additionally some rehab centres in Florida nonprofit, and will have some type of bursary scholarship available for potential clients. This may cover part of the cost being in a residential rehab center.