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When you’re addicted to drugs or alcohol, it takes a massive toll on every part of your life and wellness, as well as on the people who love you. Luckily, there are Washington rehab centers that are qualified to help you overcome substance use and live a life that you’re in charge of rather than being controlled by substances.

If you feel like you’re prepared to start addiction treatment or you’re helping a loved one find a program, there are certain things to consider. For example, what insurance companies are the center in-network with? What types of treatment settings are available? Are there multiple levels of care, and does the center also offer psychiatric care? What are the payment options like? Knowing the most relevant criteria can help take some of the uncertainty out of a big decision and prepare you to make an informed choice that can change the trajectory of your life.

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Information About Rehab in Washington State

Drug and Alcohol Addiction in Washington State

Substance misuse and addiction affect individuals, families, and communities across the state of Washington. 2023 is unfortunately shaping up to be the deadliest in King County for fentanyl overdoses. King County has already surpassed the 2022 fentanyl overdose death toll. In Thurston County in 2022, drug overdose was the number one cause of death for people between the ages of 18 and 35.

In one survey, 17% of responding adults reported binge or heavy drinking in the past 30 days, indicating it’s not only illicit drugs that are problematic in the state. Methamphetamine continues to be problematic in the state as well, according to crime lab statistics.

Addiction Treatment in Washington State

The continuum of care model is widely considered the most effective approach to treating addiction, backed by clinical evidence and research. A continuum of care approach means you move through treatment programs in varying intensity levels, going up or down as needed based on your unique needs.

As part of that, you might participate in one or several of the following levels of care:

  • Medical detox programs help you go through withdrawal safely and comfortably, reducing the risk of medical complications. You have around-the-clock clinical care and supervision.
  • Inpatient residential programs include on-site living in a structured and safe environment, so you can entirely focus on your recovery and treatment program.
  • Partial hospitalization programs are less intensive than an inpatient treatment program, and they do offer more freedom and independence, but at The Recovery Village Ridgefield, you remain on-site during a PHP.
  • Dual diagnosis programs are a way to treat addiction at the same time as co-occurring mental health disorders. At The Recovery Village Ridgefield, all treatment levels can include dual diagnosis.
  • Medication-assisted treatment integrates the use of approved medicines to help with alcohol or opioid use disorders, reducing cravings and relapse risk.
  • Aftercare is a way to support long-term recovery with referrals, support groups, relapse prevention plans, and other resources, ensuring you stay connected with treatment long after you leave The Recovery Village Ridgefield.

We use many therapeutic approaches to treating addiction and co-occurring disorders, including behavioral therapies and trauma-informed care. We also include family therapy when appropriate.

How Much Does Rehab Cost?

The rehab costs can vary quite a bit depending on the center, the care level, and the treatment length. Your insurance coverage is likely to cover some or even all of the treatment costs, but the extent of your coverage depends on your policy. If you want to learn about your insurance benefits to pay for rehab, you can contact your insurance provider directly or talk to a Recovery Advocate at The Recovery Village Ridgefield, who can verify coverage on your behalf.

If you don’t have insurance, treatment is still available. This could mean a state-funded treatment center or a non-profit facility. There are always ways to overcome addiction and get the treatment you need without fear that it’s too expensive or inaccessible.

In-Network Insurance Options

America’s Choice

Aetna

America Behavioral Benefits Manager

Cigna

ClaimsBridge Administrators

First Choice

First Health

HealthCare Solutions Group

Humana

MHN-Managed Health Network

Mines and Associates

Moda Health

Multiplan

Pacific Source Navigator

Pacific Source Voyager

Providence Health Plan

Regence BCBS

Shasta Health

Triwest

UHC/Optum

Vancouver Firefighters Union

How Long Is Rehab?

The length of a rehab program varies based on the program itself, your level of care, and your treatment plan. Generally, rehab might last 30, 60, or 90 days, but longer-term programs are available too. It’s important to complete your full treatment plan as advised by your providers because staying in rehab for enough time is one of the key factors for long-term recovery.

If you’d like to learn more about the programs at The Recovery Village Ridgefield, verify your insurance coverage, or take the next step, a Recovery Advocate is available to speak to you any time.

View Sources

Dowling, Jennifer. “Current deadly fentanyl overdose statistics surpass 2022 levels in King County.” Fox 13 Seattle, September 26, 2023. Accessed October 30, 2023.

KFF. “Mental Health in Washington.” Accessed October 30, 2023.

America’s Health Rankings. “Excessive Drinking in Washington.” United Health Foundation. Accessed October 30, 2023.

Addictions, Drug & Alcohol Institute. “Drug trends across Washington: Crime lab data.” University of Washington, July 6, 2023. Accessed October 30, 2023.