Is Addiction Rehab Right for You or a Loved One?

Looking into the possibility of addiction treatment for yourself or a loved one? What kind of treatment program would work best? Learn about the options and possible next steps.
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One year after treatment, 74% report being sober.

We understand that it's difficult and confusing to reach out for help with drug or alcohol addiction. But we’re here for you, and we know how to get you the help you or your loved one needs. Call toll-free, 1-866-831-5700, to speak confidentially with an addiction recovery expert. It's time to get your life back.

1. Understanding Your Situation

When you call, we'll have you talk with a licensed professional about your situation—types of drugs being abused, patterns of use, physical and mental health, and other issues. This free, phone-based assessment will help us determine whether addiction treatment makes sense for you or your loved one and—if so—what type.

2. Paying for Alcohol or Drug Rehab

In most cases, addiction treatment program costs are covered in part by insurance. When you call, we'll connect you with a financial case manager who will verify your insurance coverage, answer your questions about treatment costs, identify possible resources—including whether you qualify for financial aid from the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation—and work out payment options.

3. Making Arrangements

Our recovery experts know how to get you or your loved one into a drug or alcohol rehab program that best fits your needs—quickly, easily, and confidentially. With 17 inpatient and outpatient treatment locations throughout the country, we have an addiction rehab program to meet all levels of patient needs. The admissions process can begin as soon as you call. We answer the phone 24/7.