Branson, MO 65616
Most people in Branson, MO want to speak with a counselor about their addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. By speaking with one of our knowledgeable counselors by calling 1-888-534-1219, you are taking the very first step in finding the most suitable addiction treatment for your specific needs.
Branson has 3 Alcohol and Drug Rehab(s) listed below.
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The most common types of treatment people look for in an alcohol and drug rehab center are Inpatient, Outpatient, Detox and Free or Low Cost. You can use our filter above to see only recovery centers that offer one of these types of treatment as well as average costs.
Inpatient Drub Rehab, or Residential Treatment as it's commonly referred to, is the most comprehensive treatment option available. Individuals will stay 30 - 90 days at the treatment center with a full curriculum of specialized treatment modalities that provide the highest success rates. Inpatient treatment costs between $20,000 - $50,000 dollars on average. The variance depends on the level of treatment as well as your length of stay. Most inpatient drug rehabs take insurance from any of the major carriers which will help offset the cost.
Outpatient Treatment or counseling is ideal for people who have responsibilities outside of treatment that must be attended to. Outpatient treatment will require that you attend a treatment center daily for counseling and therapy sessions. Once you have completed your treatment for the day, you can return home. While flexibility in schedule is appealing to many people, it can also be a distraction for those that need to put their full focus on recovery. Outpatient programs typically cost somewhere between $5,000 to $10,000 dollars. The price can go up if you are getting treatment from a well known or reputable treatment center.
Detoxification is the first part of your recovery process before rehab. Depending on your addiction, you may go through a medical detox that slowly weens you off any substances you have been using. The purpose of detox is to help you get through the withdrawal process safely and minimize any discomfort you may experience. Detox is usually an extra cost on top of treatment which many people are not aware of. Depending on the length of your detox period, prices can range anywhere from $4,000 to $6,000 dollars.
Good treatment usually isn't cheap, but any type of treatment is better than letting your addiction continue. Free and low cost rehabs generally use a sliding fee scale to help bring costs of treatment down as it is based on your income level instead of a set price. Some rehabs will also accept Medicaid insurance to cover treatment. Getting help is the important thing, and there are options available for everyone, regardless of income.