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Specialized Addiction Treatment Programs

Drug and alcohol addiction can affect anyone regardless of their age, gender, race, or socioeconomic status. American Addiction Centers (AAC) offers a variety of specialty treatment programs that can help fit the needs of any patient.

What Are the Different Types of Specialty Rehab Programs?

An effective, evidence-based addiction treatment program may include professional drug/alcohol detoxification, inpatient and/or outpatient treatment, co-occurring disorder treatment, behavioral therapy, and continuing care (aftercare) as part of a comprehensive treatment plan.

A specialty rehab program is no different, with the added bonus of surrounding yourself with like-minded individuals. A greater sense of community and belonging may serve as highly beneficial when it comes to recovery and long-term success.

FAQs About Specialty Rehab Programs

1. How to find a specialized rehab program?

If you are looking for a specialized rehab program it may be helpful to speak with your primary care physician and/or research treatment options online. To find out if a rehab facility or program will fit your needs, be sure to look at reviews and reach out to learn more about each program.

Admissions navigators at AAC can help you find a specialized rehab program. Contact us today at to let us help you find the treatment you need.

2. Does insurance cover specialty rehab programs?

Yes, but the coverage you receive for treatment will depend on your health insurance. Each health insurance policy has different deductibles, co-pays, in-network/out-of-network policies, and out-of-pocket costs. You can verify your insurance online or speak with an admissions navigator to make sure you know what’s covered on your plan.

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