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Born Free New Beginnings Trt Program of Catholic Charities Inc

Imagine Behavioral Health LLC

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Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Region 13

Mississippi Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center

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Stevens Center of Singing River Servs Region 14

Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Pearl River County Office

Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Stone County Office

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Lamar County

Weems Community MH Center Newton County Office

Weems Community MH Center Smith County Office

Southwest MS Mental Health Complex Region 11 Addiction Services

Community Counseling Services Winston

Jackson Comprehensive Treatment Center Mississippi Comprehensive Trt Ctr LLC

Weems Community MH Center Leake County Office

Hinds Behavioral Health Services

Jackson VAMC GV Sonny Montgomery

Alcohol Services Center Inc

Warren Yazoo Chem Dep Ctr Region XV/Mental Health

Region IV MHS Booneville Extension Office

Lifecore Health Group Addiction Servs Region III Chem Dependency

Life Help Mental Health Ctr/Region 6 Attala County Office

Region IV MH/MR

Born Free Primary Residential Treatment

Born Free New Beginnings Trt Program of Catholic Charities Inc

Communicare Yalobusha County Office

Life Help Denton House

Life Help Mental Health Ctr/Region 6 Grenada County Office

Income Based Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers

Andrew McKenna - Expert Content Editor

Updated:06/29/2023

Income Based Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Mississippi

If you or your loved one are struggling with alcohol or drug abuse, you shouldn’t have to let cost or economics interfere with your care. While it’s true that the price of treatment varies, from program to program, and that certain types of treatment can be an investment, there are many income-based alcohol or drug rehab options that allow you to get the help you need and can afford. Whether you decide to go the public or private route toward alcohol or drug treatment, you have resources available to you to help you take back your health and your life.

Types of Income-Based Alcohol and Drug Rehab Options

There are multiple ways to pay for alcohol and drug rehab based on your existing income. These include, but are not limited to:

  1. Medicare or Medicaid Government programs funded through your state’s Medicare or Medicaid dollars can help you find affordable coverage for alcohol and drug rehab at little to no cost. These can include inpatient or outpatient treatment programs.
  2. Sliding Scale Models – Sliding scale drug rehab programs are the most common form of income-based options, as they allow you to pay what you can afford with a minimum necessary for different tiers of coverage.
  3. Private Insurance Private insurance rehab programs vary in their scope of coverage. While prices are fixed, depending on your insurance plan and the company that provides it, it will offer much lower out-of-pocket cost. Generally speaking, quality and scope of insurance coverage is usually commensurate with income.

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If you’re worried about affording rehab, consider what alcohol or drug addiction has already cost you. Substance abuse costs the nation approximately $600 billion annually, and you and your family are absorbing a portion of these costs personally, whether it’s through legal fees, job loss, medical care and other factors. This is in addition to the thousands of dollars a week many spend in pursuit of their next fix.