Self-Pay Options for Detox
At CuraSouth we understand that active addiction often strips even the most financially responsible people of their ability to focus on anything other than obtaining, using and recovering from the effects of their substance of choice. More often than not, addiction renders people incapable of keeping up with financial obligations, saving money and tending to the monthly premiums required by many health insurance companies. If you or your loved one is currently uninsured or underinsured, there are additional coverage options available — the most viable often being self-pay. Self-pay essentially refers to covering treatment out-of-pocket. According to an article published by Consumer Reports, covering healthcare costs out-of-pocket might be a good idea even for those who are currently insured — self-pay could potentially end up saving you money if you are currently working with a high-deductible plan. We understand that working through the finer details can seem overwhelming, and that after coping with months or years of active addiction you likely want to sit back and let someone else take the reins. The good news is that at CuraSouth we are readily available to do just that. Contact us today and we will help you determine the best coverage option for your unique case.
When is Self-Pay a Good Option for Detox?
In most cases, self-pay is the most logical option when you or your loved one requires a specialized detox program that your current insurance plan does not fully cover. Self-pay options for detox are also ideal for those who have no insurance coverage available or for those who have already maxed out the allotted addiction treatment portion of their plan. Regardless of what your current coverage and financial circumstances are, we work closely alongside you and your loved one to ensure that he or she receives professional and effective addiction treatment as efficiently as possible.