Top Alcohol & Drug Rehab Centers in Portsmouth, VA & Free Treatment Resources

 Portsmouth Virginia Drug Alcohol Rehab
Settled in 1636, Portsmouth, VA is a historic, maritime seaport tucked into the Hampton Roads harbor. Featuring antique homes, locally owned shops, and a thriving musical arts scene, Portsmouth is one of Virginia’s coastal treasures. Home to Revolutionary War heroes and captains of industry, the city is known for its rich history and diversity. This laid-back, coastal setting can be the ideal locale for drug and alcohol rehab in Portsmouth, VA. There are seven outpatient centers, one inpatient center, and two drug and alcohol detox centers in Portsmouth, VA, including facilities that offer free or sliding-scale services.

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Drug and Alcohol Statistics in Portsmouth, VA

Recent statistics reveal trends for addiction, substance abuse, and drug and alcohol rehab in Portsmouth, VA:1,2,3,4,5

Does Insurance Cover Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Portsmouth, VA?

Yes. Most major private insurance plans and government-funded plans provide coverage for some (if not all) rehab-related services, minus any copays or service fees charged under the terms of your plan.

Medicaid, Medicare, and TRICARE (the insurer for military members and their dependents) also cover a full range of rehab services, including outpatient programs, residential treatment, hospitalizations, therapy, and medications.

Medicaid for Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Portsmouth, VA

Medicaid is a nationwide, government-funded health plan for low-income and disabled people of all ages. You can participate in Medicaid if you are:

Medicare for Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Portsmouth, VA

Medicare is a government-funded insurance plan for people 65 and older and for individuals with certain health conditions. In 2020, Medicare was required to cover most costs of hospitalization and a wide range of outpatient and medical services related to drug and alcohol rehab. Here’s how the Medicare program works:

Private Insurance for Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Portsmouth, VA

Keep the following in mind as you seek to use private insurance coverage for drug and alcohol rehab in Portsmouth, VA:

Traveling to and Within Portsmouth, VA

portsmouth virginiaIf you’ll be traveling for drug and alcohol rehab in Portsmouth, VA or to visit someone who is receiving treatment there, use the following tips to guide your travel plans.

Resources

  1. Roads, G. H. (n.d.). Greater Hampton Roads :: Indicators :: Death Rate due to Drug Poisoning :: County : Portsmouth City, VA. Retrieved October 25, 2022, from https://www.ghrconnects.org/indicators/index/view?indicatorId=2370&localeId=2995
  2. South, J. (2021, November 24). As fatal drug overdoses continue to rise in Virginia, new record could be set this year. Virginia Mercury. https://www.virginiamercury.com/2021/11/24/as-fatal-drug-overdoses-continue-to-rise-in-virginia-new-record-could-be-set-this-year/
  3. Roads, G. H. (n.d.). Greater Hampton Roads :: Indicators :: Death Rate due to Heroin Overdose :: County : Portsmouth City, VA. Retrieved October 25, 2022, from https://www.ghrconnects.org/indicators/index/view?indicatorId=10505&localeId=2995
  4. Portsmouth city Fentanyl Death Statistics. (n.d.). LiveStories. Retrieved October 25, 2022, from https://www.livestories.com/statistics/virginia/portsmouth-city-fentanyl-deaths-mortality
  5. Stone, G. (2022, June 4). Drug overdose deaths up 15% in Virginia last year, with fentanyl the driving factor. The Virginian-Pilot. https://www.pilotonline.com/news/health/vp-nw-overdose-fentanyl-opioids-20220604-fyaoy7omvfentm6osfcjfcaodm-story.html