Short-term rehab is considered to be a program lasting for 28 to 30 days and is most effective for people who need little more than a drying-out period. Short-term rehab, while not considered to be the most effective form of treatment for serious addiction, is the most commonly marketed and attended type of rehab.
Before the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008, some health insurance plans only covered addiction treatment up to 30 days per the calendar year, which significantly contributed to the popularity of short-term rehab programs.
Although longer time in addiction rehab is recommended, short-term rehab can be extremely effective to lay the groundwork for long-term recovery. In Ohio, which has been particularly ravaged by the opioid epidemic, short-term rehab programs have been significantly increased in number and reach to be accessed by residents in Ohio.
Short-term rehabs can accept various kinds of insurance, whether private, state-funded, or military and many more offer payment assistance programs like a sliding scale payment schedule or scholarships.
Additionally, short-term rehabs in Ohio can take serve several different populations, including individuals who have:
If you are looking for a short-term rehab in Ohio for yourself or a loved one, you can narrow your search results by using the filter function in the directory. The filter can also be used to narrow your search based on your health insurance provider or your preferred form of payment.
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