Below is a comprehensive directory of drug & alcohol substance abuse treatment programs in Bath, Indiana.
The closest rehabilitation provider to you is 7.62 miles away. If you can't find an addiction treatment provider close to you, we recommend checking out nearby towns including: Mixersville, Raymond, West College Corner, and College Corner.
Finding Bath, IN Drug & Alcohol Abuse Treatment
There are several of drug & alcohol abuse treatment options in Bath, IN and neighboring cities. Addiction Treatment Magazine has built the online world’s greatest compliation of addiction treatment providers to assist you or a loved one find the best treatment plan to get sober. Along with drug and alcohol treatment centers, our directory also [compiles all of the Bath AA meetings for those in search of meetings or already sober.
The drug & alcohol abuse treatment centers below are listed in order of distance to the center of Bath, IN. To get more more info on any of the individual drug & alcohol rehabs, such as type of care, addiction treatment setting, payment options and more, click on the listing.
Types of Treatment You Can Find in Bath, IN
There are several types of treatment for drug and alcohol abuse, and not all drug rehabs offer all levels of care. Depending on the type of drug you are addicted to, how long you have been using, if you have been to rehab before, your home environment, and your support system, one type of treatment might be a preferred option. For example, if your drug of choice is alcohol, heroin, crack or meth, then detox is likely the first type of treatment needed to ensure safety during withdrawal. However, if you are feeling suicidal, then inpatient rehab is ideal so that the physical and psychological symptoms can be addressed immediately.
Outpatient Treatment: Requires regular meetings with addiction and recovery professionals, allows you to get help while maintaining your current living situation and maintain your regular responsibilities such as your job, school, your wife and kids, and is often successful when a supportive, safe home environment exists.
IOP: Requires 15-20 hours of addiction and recovery meetings weekly, clients live in a sober house or halfway house and is often implemented after finishing a 30-day program.
PHP: 25-30 hours of therapy and other treatment-related meetings weekly, offered to lower rates of inpatient treatment and should be offered to drug & alcohol abusers who have relapse multiple times before.
Residential Treatment: 30 plus hours of therapy and other treatment-related meetings and 24/7 care.
Inpatient Treatment: Short term care with only 4-6 hours of therapy and other treatment-related meetings designed to protect addicts from self-harm and 24/7 monitoring. Also known as Baker Acting.
Detox: Short term treatment with 24/7 care to manage and treat withdrawal symptoms.
Insurance and Financial Obligations Associated With Drug & Alcohol Rehab in Bath, IN
Addiction Recovery in Bath and most parts of the country can be very costly. If you have private insurance, most substance abuse treatment & rehabilitation treatment centers will be able to accommodate you for detox, inpatient, and continuing care. If you are uninsured, you will be forced to either pay out of pocket or a state funded/medicaid center.
Most of the major medical insurance companies such as Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, United Health, Cigna, and others will cover all types of addiction treatment. Whether you have a PPO insurance policy, HMO, medicare or medicaid, give us a call today and we’ll assist in selecting the most beneficial Bath, IN drug and alcohol rehab center.
Choosing the Ideal Bath, IN Addiction Recovery Center
One of the most important factors in addiction treatment is that the addicted person receives personalized treatment based on their clinical needs and diagnosis. The addiction treatment center in Bath that you choose should offer a full clinical assessment prior to determining whether they are the right option, clinically, for you or a loved one. The facility will also have to verify your insurance benefits to determine how the patient will be paying for treatment. Even if you have good insurance that will cover most of the costs, you may still need to pay a deductible or some additional expenses. To learn more about Bath addiction treatment centers and the admissions process, give us a call today!