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People often don’t understand that addiction runs rampant in state prison systems. Back in 2010, I received the biggest culture shock of my life – I was sentenced to four years in prison for a drunk driving conviction. Something I was consistently shocked by was the availability of alcohol and drugs inside prison – and it was almost always a group of male prison guards sneaking in the contraband. Every time the women had an opportunity to get high, there was no hesitation. When the buzz wore off, the physical withdrawals and mental anguish always came back with a vengeance. This is not conducive to an environment of rehabilitation.

~ Natalie Baker

How Much Does Drug Rehab Cost in Wyoming?

Wyoming is ranked 50th nationwide in terms of addiction treatment affordability, with an average cost of drug and alcohol rehab of $65,975 (without insurance).

  • Medical detox is the most expensive, with an average cost of $162,652
  • Long-term inpatient drug rehab in Wyoming costs an average of $58,219
  • Outpatient addiction treatment in Wyoming costs an average of $9,674
  • Outpatient methadone treatment is the most affordable, with an average cost of $8,595

The exact cost of treatment at Wyoming drug rehabs and alcohol rehabs varies from facility to facility. Most of the state’s addiction rehab centers accept some form of health insurance, and many offer reduced-cost or free treatment services based on patients’ income and other situational factors.

How to Pay For Addiction Treatment in Wyoming

Several of Wyoming’s alcohol and drug rehab facilities accept various forms of payment. Of the state’s 60 addiction treatment centers:4

Some facilities may also offer payment plans, which can divide treatment costs into manageable monthly installments. If you need help paying for rehab, you can search online for “drug rehabs near me” or “alcohol rehabs near me.” Then, call the facilities in your search results to inquire about their payment options.

Free Treatment Options in Wyoming

If you’re unsure how you’ll afford drug or alcohol rehab, you can still get help. Several Wyoming rehab facilities offer various payment options that can make treatment significantly more affordable or even free.

State-Funded Rehabs: State-funded addiction treatment centers receive subsidies from the government that allow them to provide services at little to no cost for people in need. But not everyone can receive reduced-cost or free services at these types of facilities. To qualify, you’ll likely need to provide proof of income, proof of Wyoming residency, proof of U.S. citizenship, and information about your addiction history. To learn more about the specific requirements for admission to Wyoming’s publicly funded rehab facilities, you can contact the Behavioral Health Division of the Wyoming Department of Health.5

Rehab Scholarships: Rehab scholarships are designed to help bridge the gap between what you can afford to pay for treatment and what your rehab program actually costs. However, some rehab scholarships may even cover the full cost of addiction treatment.

These scholarships are typically reserved for individuals who lack the resources to pay for rehab, so you must be able to demonstrate the financial need to qualify. You can find scholarships by contacting local rehab centers directly to inquire about the financial assistance options they offer.

Sliding Fee Scale Treatment Programs: As of 2020, 45 of Wyoming’s 60 alcohol and drug rehab centers offered treatment services on a sliding fee scale.4 At these facilities, you can typically access treatment, regardless of your ability to pay. But to qualify for a reduced-cost rehab program, you must provide proof of income. The rehab center will use your income information to determine the level of assistance you require and what you can reasonably afford to pay.

Insurance-Covered Addiction Treatmen:

If you have health insurance, regardless of whether it’s private or public, you may be able to use your plan to partially or fully cover the cost of your rehab program. Under federal law, most private insurance providers must offer plans that cover addiction treatment to some extent.6 Both Medicaid and Medicare also provide coverage for medically necessary alcohol and/or drug treatment services.7, 8

Keep in mind that your coverage for alcohol and/or drug rehab depends on your plan and provider. If you’re unsure what your plan covers, you can contact your insurance provider for details.

Does Wyoming Have a Drug and Alcohol Problem?

Although Wyoming is the least populous state in the United States, it has long struggled with drug and alcohol use issues within its communities. Notable substance use statistics include:1, 2, 3

What Qualities to Look for in Wyoming Rehabs?

As you research Wyoming alcohol rehabs and drug rehabs, you’ll want to think about several factors as you decide which facility is best for your needs. Some of the things you may want to consider include:

Amenities: Would you prefer a private room or shared accommodations? Would you like access to recreational facilities? What about spa services? If you’re looking for high-end amenities, you’ll likely only find them at luxury rehab centers.

Cost: Does the facility take your insurance? If you don’t have insurance, does it offer financial assistance or other payment options to make rehab more affordable?

Treatment philosophy: Is your faith important to you? If so, a faith-based treatment program may be a good fit for your needs. If improving your physical, mental, and spiritual well-being is something you’d like to focus on, a holistic rehab program may be a good fit. It’s a good idea to look for programs that focus primarily on evidence-based therapies.

Specialized treatment needs: Do you need dual diagnosis treatment? What about medication-assisted treatment (MAT)? Does the program offer special programs for certain demographics like veterans, teens, or LGBTQ+ persons?

Location: Would you prefer engaging in treatment in a city or someone more remote and peaceful?

Accreditation: It is important to check for accreditation and licensing of any treatment program, as these rehab centers are held to higher standards of care. Organizations that offer accreditation include the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities or the Joint Commission.

Regional Considerations for Drug and Alcohol Rehab in Wyoming

If you’re thinking about traveling to Wyoming for addiction treatment, chances are you enjoy the mountains and relatively remote environment the state offers. While you’ll have quick access to nature, hiking, and gorgeous views no matter where you go in the state, each region offers different things. Areas to consider include:9

  • Northwestern Wyoming: This area of the state is home to the Bridger-Teton National Forest and Yellowstone National Park. If time in the mountains is important to your recovery, you may want to consider rehab facilities located here.
  • Southeast Wyoming: Wyoming’s capital and most populous city, Cheyenne, is located in the state’s far southeast corner. If you’d prefer to enroll in a treatment facility that gives you easy access to city amenities, consider a rehab center located here.
  • Central Wyoming: A few rehab facilities are located in small towns throughout Wyoming’s central region. If you like a more remote environment, you may want to consider facilities located in Lander, Casper, Riverton, or Thermopolis.
  • Northeast Wyoming: This area of the state is home to Thunder Basin National Grassland and Devil’s Tower, both of which are notable attractions for outdoor lovers. If you enjoy being in nature and want quick access to Montana and/or South Dakota, this part of the state may suit your preferences.

Comparing Addiction Treatment Levels of Care

WyomingAs you look into Wyoming drug rehabs and alcohol rehabs, you’ll find two different treatment settings: inpatient and outpatient. Some facilities offer both types of treatment, while others offer only one or the other. Understanding the differences between these two treatment settings can help you determine which one may be the best fit for your needs and situation.

Medical Detox

Medical detox is usually the first step in the addiction treatment process. It involves the removal of all drugs and alcohol from the body and is performed in an inpatient or hospital setting. In most cases, a medical detox program begins with an evaluation, then a stabilization period, and the final step is preparation to enter an inpatient program.

Inpatient Rehab

Inpatient rehab programs (also known as residential programs) are the most intensive, immersive form of addiction treatment available. These programs require you to live onsite at the rehab facility, where you’ll have 24/7 supervision as you undergo treatment on a structured, daily schedule.

While in residential treatment, you’ll participate in various evidence-based addiction therapies, both in one-on-one and group settings. You may also have access to alternative, holistic therapies that encourage whole-person well-being, as well as recreational facilities and activities. You’ll live in a close community with your peers in recovery and may share a dorm-style room with one or more other patients. You’ll likely also have restrictions on where you can go, who is allowed visit you, and what you can bring to the rehab facility.

If you have a serious substance use or co-occurring mental health disorder that has severely impacted your life, inpatient rehab may be a good fit for your needs. This highly stable, constantly supervised treatment setting will fully immerse you in therapy, allowing you to focus deeply on your recovery. Enrolling in inpatient drug or alcohol rehab in Wyoming will also allow you to avoid triggers and stressors that may interfere with your recovery progress.

Outpatient Rehab

Outpatient rehab may be a good fit for your needs if you don’t need 24/7 supervision, have a stable living environment, and have a strong support system at home. It can also function as step-down care after inpatient rehab, allowing you to continue building your recovery skills in a structured yet flexible treatment setting.

Depending on your needs and recovery progress, one or more of the following levels of outpatient treatment may be right for you:10

Standard outpatient treatment: This type of program provides the lowest intensity form of addiction treatment, which typically consists of group support, education, and counseling/therapy. Often, this level of rehab serves as a form of aftercare for graduates of more intensive levels of care. Most standard rehab programs meet just one or two times per week and involve roughly 10 hours of weekly therapy.

Intensive outpatient program (IOP): IOPs also provide care from an interdisciplinary team of medical, psychiatric, and addiction professionals but with less medical support and daily supervision. These programs typically involve three to five treatment sessions per week, with each session lasting up to six hours.

Partial hospitalization programs (PHPs): PHPs are the most intensive form of outpatient rehab and provide medical care as well as mental health and addiction treatment in a hospital setting. These programs typically meet five to seven days per week for about six hours per day.

If you can’t commit to an inpatient program due to non-negotiable life responsibilities, an outpatient program can still help you jumpstart your recovery. This type of rehab affords you more autonomy and flexibility, so you’ll likely be able to work or go to school while undergoing treatment.


Aftercare is any type of ongoing care that you receive after finishing a treatment program. While in rehab, you’ll work with a therapist to develop a personalized aftercare plan that supports your continued recovery and offers help to prevent relapse. This plan should include various relapse prevention resources that give you the support and tools necessary to abstain from alcohol and/or drug use long-term. Examples of aftercare programs are 12-Step support groups like AA or NA, ongoing counseling sessions, or participating in the alumni program of your rehab.

Some additional aftercare options that will help you stay strong in your recovery include:14

  • Sober-living housing, which provides a stable, substance-free place for you to live while you transition back to community life
  • Recovery support groups, such as 12-step groups or SMART Recovery groups
  • Peer support groups
  • Step-down care in a low-intensity outpatient program that provides ongoing counseling/support for several months after your primary rehab program ends
  • Alumni programs for rehab graduates offered by your treatment facility

Keep in mind that because addiction is defined as a chronic relapsing disease, you may experience relapse after leaving treatment.15 If this happens, it does not mean you have failed; it simply means you need more support to get yourself back on track. You can always re-enroll in a rehab program for the continued care and support you need.

How Long Does Rehab Last?

The length of your rehab program depends on several variables. While your current addiction status and mental health status will help determine your suggested program length, that length may change as you work through treatment. Both your recovery progress and your providers’ recommendations will ultimately determine how long you should remain in rehab.

Generally, inpatient rehab programs last 30 to 90 days but can last longer, depending on individual progress and provider recommendations. Research suggests that a minimum of 90 days in residential or outpatient rehab is necessary for positive treatment outcomes, so your program may last longer than three months.11

Outpatient rehab programs also vary in length depending on the level of care and a person’s recovery progress. Generally, though, you can expect an outpatient program to last a minimum of a couple of weeks and up to several months.

PHPs often last just a few weeks to effectively stabilize patients, and research has found the average length of stay in this type of program is 21 to 28 days.12 IOPs tend to last longer than PHPs as they provide less intensive treatment, and studies show the average length of stay in this type of program is just under 12 weeks.13 Standard outpatient programs can last several months (depending on a person’s needs) since they often function as aftercare that provides long-term counseling and support.


  1. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2021, June). Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) 2019 (Revised), Admissions to and Discharges From Publicly Funded Substance use Treatment.
  2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2021, December 13). National Survey on Drug Use and Health 2019-2020.
  3. Wyoming Department of Health. (n.d.). Drug Overdose Dashboard.
  4. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2020). National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services (N-SSATS): 2020, Data on Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities.
  5. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2016, December 16). Directory of Single State Agencies for Substance Abuse Services.
  6. Frank, R. G., Beronio, K., & Glied, S. A. (2014). Behavioral Health Parity and the Affordable Care Act. Journal of Social Work in Disability & Rehabilitation, 13(1-2), 31-43.
  7. (n.d.). Behavioral Health Services.
  8. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. (2016). Medicare Coverage of Substance Abuse Services.
  9. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2022). Treatment Locator Map.
  10. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2018). Principles of Drug Addiction Treatment: A Research-Based Guide (Third Edition) Types of Treatment Programs.
  11. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2018). How long does drug addiction treatment usually last?
  12. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. (2009, February). Impacts Associated with the Medicare Psychiatric PPS: A Study of Partial Hospitalization Programs.
  13. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2021). Clinical Issues in Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Substance Use Disorders.
  14. Patton, D. & McDowell, T. Substance Abuse Aftercare Treatment. Arizona State University, Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy.
  15. National Institute on Drug Abuse. (2020, July 13). Drug Abuse and Addiction.
  16. United States Government Accountability Office. (2021, March). Drug Abuse, Most States Have Good Samaritan Laws and Research Indicates They May Have Positive Effects.
  17. Wyoming Legislature. (n.d.). Title 35 – Public Health and Safety.
  18. Wyoming Department of Health. (n.d.). Opioid Overdose Response.
  19. Wyoming Legislature. (n.d.). Title 25 – Institutions of the State.
  20. Wyoming Department of Health. (n.d.). Court Supervised Treatment (CST) Program.
  21. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2021). Facility Locator. from
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Natalie Baker is a freelance writer and a former practicing attorney who enjoys helping other women reach their potential. She also serves as a Co-Editor for the DRI Young Lawyers’ Raising the Bar publication and was the 2019 Marketing Chair for the Women in the Law seminar. Natalie graduated from law school at the University of Texas at Austin, and she earned her MBA from Southwest University.