Cost/Insurance

At JourneyPure Lexington, we believe that everyone should be afforded the right to recover. We understand the emotional and financial toll addiction can have. Cost should never be a barrier to healing.

Healing Made Affordable

Which is more expensive: addiction or addiction treatment? Here are a few considerations for the cost of addiction:

  • The cost of drugs
  • Medical bills for physical and mental health issues often associated with addiction
  • Possible legal fees for common addiction charges like DUI or destruction of property
  • Lost work productivity
  • The emotional cost on family and other relationships

Ultimately, the cost of drug or alcohol addiction adds up quickly with no real payoff. Investing in your future through addiction treatment is a cost you will benefit from for the rest of your life.

COST OF TREATMENT

The cost of addiction treatment varies widely by the type of treatment center. Some recovery programs, such as non-profit health centers, are free while luxury addiction treatment centers can cost up to six figures per month.

Standard drug treatment centers typically fall somewhere in the middle, costing anywhere from $5,000 to $25,000 a month. Varying cost depends on factors like location, amenities, and additional services.

We can find a payment option that will work for you. Self-pay and payment assistance are available in certain circumstances. Our admissions team is ready to answer any questions you have about paying for treatment at JourneyPure Lexington.

JourneyPure Lexington accepts the following insurances:

  • Anthem
  • Anthem Kentucky Medicaid
  • CenterCare/ Aetna
  • Humana
  • Beacon/ Value Options
  • Cigna
  • Optum/ United Healthcare
  • Multiplan
  • Tricare
  • Private Pay

Our admissions counselors will present you with all your payment options and will work to find the best fit for you, both clinically and financially.

We look forward to discussing your options and helping you on the road to recovery.

Get the best treatment for yourself or a loved one.