Top 17 Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Fishers, IN & Free Treatment Resources

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Despite Indiana’s protective statute that aims to save the lives of suspected overdose victims, the city of Fishers and Hamilton County have struggled with rising substance abuse rates.1 From 2015 to 2020, the county recorded a 34% increase in drug-related deaths.2 If you’re living with substance addiction and want to work toward a healthier future, you have many options for alcohol rehab or drug rehab in Fishers. Within the city and surrounding area, you’ll find dozens of addiction treatment centers, most of which take private or public health insurance. If you’re worried you can’t afford rehab, you may qualify for low-cost or free quality treatment based on your financial situation.

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Substance Abuse Statistics in Fishers, Indiana

Substance abuse data collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office, and Indiana University Health shows that:2, 3, 4, 5

How to Pay for Addiction Treatment in Fishers, Indiana

Most Fishers drug rehabs and alcohol rehabs take multiple forms of payment to accommodate a wide variety of needs and financial situations.

Free Rehab Options in Fishers

If you have limited financial resources and are uninsured, you may qualify for free or low-cost treatment at these types of Fishers alcohol rehabs and drug rehabs:

State-funded treatment centers: These rehab centers receive funding from the government to provide reduced-cost and free treatment for financially disadvantaged Indiana residents.

Sliding scale rehab facilities: These facilities only charge what each patient can realistically afford to pay based on their income. Some treatment centers may offer free programs for people who can’t pay, while others have a base fee.

Non-profit treatment facilities: These rehab centers receive funding from public sources and often use some of that funding to provide low-cost or free treatment for individuals in need.

If you’re interested in finding out if you qualify for reduced-cost or free treatment, these drug rehab centers near Fisher may be able to help you:6

  • Community Fairbanks Recovery Center (in Indianapolis, roughly five miles away)
  • Aspire Indiana Health Outpatient Clinic (in Noblesville and Carmel, roughly six miles away)
  • Life Recovery Center (in Indianapolis, roughly eight miles away)

Using Medicaid or Medicare Cover Treatment Costs

If you have Indiana Medicaid under Indiana Health Coverage Programs or the Healthy Indiana Plan, your insurance can reduce or potentially eliminate your rehab costs.7 If you have Medicare, your insurance may also cover some or all of your treatment costs, depending on whether you have Part A, B, C, or D.8 Generally, Medicaid and Medicare plans cover several types of addiction treatment, including:7, 8

  • Inpatient rehab
  • Outpatient treatment programs
  • Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
  • Counseling and behavioral therapy
  • Substance use assessments

Your plan will only cover treatment at local alcohol and drug rehab centers that are approved to take Medicaid or Medicare. Within 10 miles of Fishers, you’ll find 15 treatment centers that accept Medicaid and 10 that take Medicare.6

If you need health insurance to help pay for rehab, you may qualify for Medicaid if you’re an Indiana resident with a low income or are pregnant.9 You can qualify for Medicare if you’re 65 years of age or older and can sign up during the three months before your 65th birthday and during the four months thereafter.10

Using Private Insurance to Pay for Treatment

Under the Affordable Care Act, most private health plans must offer at least partial coverage for substance abuse treatment.11 If you have private health coverage, you can use your insurance to help pay for various inpatient and outpatient services, depending on the plan.

Of the 18 rehab centers within 10 miles of Fishers, 17 of them accept private insurance from various providers, including Aetna, Anthem, Cigna, Caresource, and several others.6 To verify your insurance at local facilities, you can search online for “drug rehabs near me” or “alcohol rehabs near me.” Then call the treatment centers in your search results to ask if they’re in your plan’s network and what your coverage entails.

Fishers, Indiana: Travel Information, Lodging, and Local Attractions

fishers indianaAre you thinking about traveling to a drug or alcohol rehab in Indiana? Would you like to spend some time with a loved one who’s in long-term treatment in or near the city? Here’s what you should know if you’re planning a trip to Fishers:

  • Airports: If you want to catch a flight to the location, you can fly into Indianapolis Metropolitan Airport, located about 3.5 miles southwest of Fishers. Or, you can fly into Indianapolis International Airport, which is roughly 40 minutes southeast of the city by car.
  • Hotels: You can choose from several affordable, 2- and 3-star hotels within Fishers, but if you’re looking for more luxurious accommodations, you’ll need to stay a few miles outside the city. The nearest 4- and 5-star lodging options are located roughly seven miles southeast, toward Indianapolis.
  • Getting around the city: While downtown’s Nickel Plate District is highly walkable, most others areas of the city aren’t. If you need public transit to get around, you can use the Hamilton County Express, a reservation-based transportation system that serves Fisher and the surrounding areas.
  • Things to do: Fishers’ biggest attraction is the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater, which hosts live concerts, seasonal festivals, outdoor movies, and community events. Other sites worth seeing include the Fishers Farmers Market, Saxony Lake and Beach, Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve, Geist Reservoir, and the Conner Prairie Interactive History Park.


  1. Indiana Department of Labor. (n.d.). Overdose Prevention (Aaron’s Law).
  2. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics. CDC Wonder Online Database. (2021). Underlying Cause of Death, 1999-2020 Results, Deaths occurring through 2020.
  3. Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office. (2021). 2021 Year End Report.
  4. Indiana University Health. (2021, December). 2021 Community Health Needs Assessment.
  5. Indiana Department of Health. (n.d.). Indiana Drug Overdose Dashboard.
  6. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (n.d.).
  7. Indiana Family & Social Services Administration. (2022, February 22). Indiana Health Coverage Programs, Provider Reference Manual, Behavioral Health Services.
  8. Department of Health and Human Services. (2019). Medicare Coverage of Substance Abuse Services.
  9. (n.d.). Indiana Medicaid Program.
  10. U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. (2014, September 11). Who is eligible for Medicare?
  11. Abraham AJ, Andrews CM, Grogan CM, D’Aunno T, Humphreys KN, Pollack HA, Friedmann PD. (2017, January). The Affordable Care Act Transformation of Substance Use Disorder TreatmentAmerican Journal of Public Health, 107(1), 31-32.

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