(6886) Federal or any Government Funding Accepted at Alcohol Rehab Treatment Centers

Federal or any Government Funding Accepted at Alcohol Rehab Centers


Alcohol addiction is a serious issue that affects millions of people around the world. For those who suffer from alcohol addiction, seeking treatment at a rehab center is often the best option for recovery. However, the cost of alcohol rehab can be a significant barrier for many individuals who need help.

What Does the Government Provide For Coverage?

Fortunately, the government provides funding options for those seeking treatment at alcohol rehab centers. These funding options are often available through federal or state government programs, as well as private non-profit organizations. Here's a look at some of the federal or government funding options that are available for alcohol rehab.

  1. Medicaid - Medicaid is a federal and state-funded program that provides healthcare coverage to low-income individuals and families. Medicaid covers a wide range of healthcare services, including substance abuse treatment. Depending on the state you live in, Medicaid may cover the cost of alcohol rehab at a treatment center.
  2. Medicare - Medicare is a federal health insurance program for people who are 65 years or older, or for those with certain disabilities. Medicare Part A covers inpatient care, which includes substance abuse treatment. Medicare Part B may also cover outpatient substance abuse treatment.
  3. Veterans Affairs (VA) Benefits - The VA provides healthcare benefits to eligible veterans and their families. This includes coverage for substance abuse treatment at a VA facility or a private rehab center. To receive VA benefits for alcohol rehab, veterans will need to meet certain eligibility requirements.
  4. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)  Grants - SAMHSA is a federal agency that provides funding to support substance abuse treatment and prevention programs. SAMHSA offers grants to organizations that provide alcohol rehab services, with a focus on underserved populations and communities.
  5. Private Insurance - Many private health insurance plans cover the cost of alcohol rehab, depending on the type of plan and the treatment center. The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act requires most private insurance plans to provide the same level of coverage for mental health and substance abuse treatment as they do for other medical conditions.

Other Funding Options

In addition to these funding options, there are also private non-profit organizations that offer grants and scholarships for those seeking alcohol rehab. These organizations may have specific eligibility requirements, so it's important to research each option carefully.

If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol addiction and needs help, it's important to explore all available funding options. Federal or government funding, as well as private non-profit organizations, can help make alcohol rehab more accessible and affordable. With the right treatment and support, recovery from alcohol addiction is possible.

Alcohol Treatment Centers That Take Federal or any Government Funding

Community Medical Services Sierra Vista

Haven Residential Program

Southern Arizona VA Healthcare Servs SUDTP

Community Bridges Inc Center for Hope

Community Medical Services Casa Grande

Community Health Associates Nogales

Community Medical Services Northern

Community Medical Services Peoria

Crossroads Mission of Yuma

Harbor House Inc Connection Point

Western Arkansas Counseling and Guidance Center Inc

Natural State Recovery Centers LLC

United Family Services Inc

NE Arkansas Community MH Center DBA Mid South Health Systems

Riverside County Latino Commission on Alc/Drug Abuse Servs/Casa Las Palmas

Riverside San Bernardino County Indian Health/Soboba

Veterans Alcoholic Rehab Prog (VARP) Gibson House for Women II

Veterans Alcoholic Rehab Prog (VARP) Rialto House


Choices in Recovery Center

Inyo Cnty Health and Human Services Substance Abuse

McAlister Institute for Trt and Educ (MITE)/North Central Teen Recovery Ctr

McAlister Institute for Trt and Educ (MITE)/NCRRC Mission Avenue

Change Lanes Youth Support Services

Yellowstone Recovery Womens First Step House Inc

County of Los Angeles Edward R Roybal Comprehensive Health

Tule River Indian Health Center Inc

Detour Behavioral Health Inc Detour Transitions

Alcoholism Center for Women Outpatient Services

Asian American Drug Abuse Program Therapeutic Community

House of Hope Foundation Inc

Clare Matrix

Aegis Treatment Centers LLC

County of Madera Oakhurst Counseling Center

Champions Recovery Alternative Program Samuels House 2

American Indian Health Services Counsel Lodge

Progress House Inc Mens Facility

Nirvana Alcohol and Drug Treatment Prg

Native Directions Inc Three Rivers Lodge

Sobriety Brings A Change

Sutter/Yuba Cntys Behav Health Servs Options for Change

South County Clinic (SoCo)

Community Human Services Outpatient Treatment Center/Salinas

MedMark Treatment Centers Fairfield

HealthRIGHT 360

Janus of Santa Cruz Mondanaro Baskin Ctr for Wmn/Children

Napa County Health and Human Services South Campus/Alcohol and Drug

Berkeley Addiction Treatment Services

Mission Council on Alcohol Abuse for The Spanish Speaking

Lake County Behavioral Health Services Clearlake Clinic

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