How to Pay for Addiction Rehab

Options to Afford Treatment in New England
Find out what payment options are available to help cover your care or check your insurance benefits for coverage of addiction treatment services.
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Recovery Is an Investment in Your Future

At AdCare, we offer a variety of options to help you cover the cost of addiction treatment. If you have health insurance, you can instantly

If you’re uninsured, or want to see other ways to pay for treatment, get started below.

Costs & Paying for Treatment

Our treatment programs are tailored to meet the individual needs of each patient. Your unique plan, including the levels of care, will determine your exact costs. To go over your out-of-pocket costs, please call our admissions navigators at .

You have multiple options to pay for high-quality addiction treatment services. Our caring team is available 24/7 to help you learn more about them.

  • Using Health Insurance to Pay for Treatment

    The Affordable Care Act made addiction and mental health treatment an essential benefit. Your insurance may cover all or part of your treatment as a result. You can confidentially check your insurance coverage online today or learn about health coverage for addiction treatment.

  • Financing Options

    We believe everyone who needs help should be able to attend addiction treatment. Based on your situation, you may qualify for financing or other flexible payment options. Give us a call today at to discuss the available options.

  • Using Credit or Debit Cards

    We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover cards to help you pay for your care.

  • Get Family Support

    We understand that addiction often causes rifts between family and loved ones, but even then, many family members are willing, and able, to help their loved ones get help. Take a look at our family resources guide to learn how to support your family member or friend along the path to recovery.

Check Your Payment Options

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At AdCare, we accept most types of private health insurance, government-issued insurance, and offer a variety of payment options. In Massachusetts, we also accept Medicare, Medicaid and Massachusetts state health care.
You can quickly and privately check your insurance benefits to see if you're covered for addiction treatment services. We’ll be able to tell you if your provider is in network with AdCare Treatment Center and all American Addiction Centers locations.
This means your treatment may be FREE1 depending on your policy, copay, and deductible.
And if you don't have insurance, our team will also work with you on figuring out the best options suitable for your needs.
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45 years of Exceptional Care

We hold ourselves to the highest standards, and it’s apparent in our long standing history serving the New England area.

We’ve Supported Thousands With Their Recovery

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Great place to go when you need recovery. It was a blessing to be there experiencing the help and support from everyone including staff. I would highly recommend anyone if they wanted the right treatment PROGRAM.
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Our Promise to You

We guarantee you’ll stay clean and sober if you successfully complete our 90-day program, or you can return for a complimentary 30 days of treatment.
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