Not being able to afford rehab is the main reason that people report they don’t seek help for substance abuse.1 If residents of Bayonne, New Jersey, only knew how manageable the costs can be, they may be more likely to seek help.
In 2016, 463 Bayonne residents were admitted to substance abuse treatment centers out of the 4,294 admissions in Hudson County.2 Of those countywide admissions, 1,419 people didn’t have insurance to cover the costs of treatment.2
The cost of treatment depends on a variety of factors. Methadone maintenance, for example, costs an average of $4,700 for one year of treatment, but with insurance, the cost is more affordable.3 In fact, all Marketplace plans offered through the Affordable Care Act cover mental health and substance abuse services as essential health benefits.4 Each plan is currently required to cover:
What’s even more expensive than going to rehab is the cost of not receiving treatment. In fact, the cost of being treated in the emergency room for one overdose could be much greater than a rehab program. Also, most rehab centers are happy to work with you to find treatment that you can afford. So if you or someone you love has an addiction to drugs or alcohol, search our directory for Bayonne rehabs for a list of nearby facilities. Remember that each center is different, so if you don’t find one that fits your needs in Bayonne, try looking at other centers within Hudson County or throughout New Jersey.
There is no obligation to enter treatment and you can opt out at any time.