Your addiction has become so unmanageable that you know if you keep going down this road, you will reach a dead end and fast. But, you have finally gotten to a place where you are ready to reach out and ask for help. This is an amazing accomplishment in itself! However, if you are uninsured, you might be concerned that there are no viable options for rehab without insurance. Luckily, that is not the case at all. Whether you are insured or not, you have a number of options to choose from when looking to obtain professional treatment. 

Options for Rehab Without Insurance

If you find that you are ready to go to rehab but are uninsured, there is no need to worry. Do not start reconsidering your decision to ask for help until you consider some of the many ways that you can receive treatment without being insured. 

State-Funded Rehab Programs

State funded rehab programs are provided through government funding, allowing for people to go to rehab without insurance and with little resources. Through your state’s programming options, you can obtain services such as detox, outpatient treatment, and possibly even residential care. Your local community centers and even large non-profit organizations like the United Way are often involved in offering state-funded treatment, so reaching out to those resources in your area can get you moving on your road to recovery. 

Affordable Care Act (ACA)

The Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, is certainly one of the most hot-button topics in politics today, however that does not mean that it can’t benefit you. This specific act was put into place to reduce costs of healthcare and insurance so that people from all socio-economic backgrounds can obtain efficient healthcare. If you are uninsured, you can purchase insurance through the Affordable Care Act’s Marketplace platform. The insurance plan that you buy can help cover the substance abuse treatment services that you need in order to put a stop to your active addiction. 

Financing options

A large majority of treatment centers accept insurance, but if you are uninsured, that does not matter much to you. What is important to know, however, is that these very same treatment centers also tend to offer financing options so you can attend their program even if you are uninsured. No one wants to take on debt, so the idea of financing your addiction treatment can be off-putting to say the least. However, it is critical to look at treatment as an investment in your future, as continuing to use without any intervention is deadly. When you choose to finance your treatment, you will be taking on the full cost of your care and making regular payments to the treatment center or other financial organization until your debt is paid in full. This is an ideal option if you are uninsured but you do have some level of income, even if it is not that much. As you get better through treatment, the opportunities that you may come across can help you pay off your care faster. 

Faith-Based Rehabs

There exist many faith-based rehabs that provide evidence-based care while also including religion and spirituality into their patients’ care. Like most other types of rehabs, faith-based rehabs often accept insurance but do not require it. Depending on the faith-based rehab you attend, you can finance your care like you would any other major treatment program. You can also locate a rehab that offers free services. If interested in this option, one of the first places to look is your local church. Most churches have connections to community services and even provide their own care for people interested in recovery. When going the route of a free faith-based rehab, keep in mind that this type of programming is most effective when it is combined with more extensive therapy. It is also a great option if you have already received professional treatment and need supplemental care as you continue on in your recovery. 

12-Step Support Groups 

It is unfortunately common for people who are struggling with addiction to wake up one day and realize that they have nothing to their name. No family, no shelter, no money, and so on. If this is your reality, know that you are not alone. Also know that you can still get help if you are ready to take back control of your life. One of the best places to start when you can’t find a penny to your name or a friend to lean on is at a 12-Step support group like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA). There are thousands of meetings occurring throughout the country on any given day, including in your very own community. In these meetings, you will have the opportunity to listen to the testimonies of others as well as share your own. You will be introduced to the 12-Steps, which help guide you through a positive, personal transformation with the hopes of getting you sober and keeping you that way. 12-Step groups are amazing, life-changing resources that are free to anyone who wants to get help. However, AA and NA meetings are not a substitute for professional addiction treatment. Using the steps to get on your feet enough that you can participate in additional forms of care is ideal. It is also a viable option to attend 12-Step meetings if you are getting treated at a professional rehab, as these meetings can offer the support and motivation for you to keep moving along towards recovery. 

Making It Happen

By the time you are reaching out for help, chances are you are exhausted from your addiction and unable to do the legwork that is needed to get enrolled in treatment. In the event that this is the case, turning to friends and family for help is highly recommended. Your loved ones can aid in making phone calls and getting questions answered so that you can begin treatment as quickly as possible. If you are not on good terms with any of your loved ones, simply making a phone call to a community center or a local rehab yourself or showing up to an AA or NA meeting can work. The people who are involved in running these programs and meetings are in the business of helping those in need, so making the call and/or showing up can be all you need to do to get started. 

Rehab with No Insurance in Nashville

Addiction is a life-long disease that, even when treated, never goes away. Learning how to cope with your addiction so that you do not allow drugs and alcohol to control your life is pivotal if you want to make a solid recovery. Discovery Place in the Nashville area offers multiple options for individuals to attend rehab with no insurance. Our integrated programs and qualified staff has helped countless individuals get their life back from the devastating grips of addiction. If you are ready to put a stop to your addictive tendencies, call us right now. We can help you get your life back.

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  • Discovery Place was the answer for my son. He did the 90 day and then the step down program and sober living. We give this organization 10 stars. They met my son where he was …emotionally, mentally, physically. They helped him put his life back on track. Discovery Place employees care about their guests. If your son, brother, nephew, grandson or husband needs excellent supportive care THIS is indeed the facility.

    Kim Morton
    Alumni Parent
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    Alumni
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    Alumni
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    Tommy Parker
    Alumni
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    Tyler Buckingham
    Alumni

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