Rates and Fees
The decision to seek treatment for your addiction is an enormous step one’s journey to recovery. Our trained counselors and staff is here to help you every step of the way, including your financial questions and concerns.
It does not matter if you have insurance or are self-pay, we are available to assist you during this challenging time.
Beachside rehab accepts all major insurance policies including:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
Contact us toll free at 866-349-1770 to find out if we accept your insurance, as well as what is covered. We work with insurance companies every day, so it will not take long to sort out your situation.
Are you interested in seeking help at Beachside Rehab, but don’t have insurance. We take pride in providing high quality treatment at an affordable price. Call us today to learn more about our rates and payment plans. While some rehab facilities do not accept patients without insurance, we strongly believe in helping anybody and everybody who requires addiction treatment. With an affordable pricing structure, you may find that you can receive treatment at Beachside Rehab without breaking the bank.
“Beachside Rehab was a life changing experience for me. I was so lost in life and my whole family had given up on me. Treatment was my last hope. I am so thankful I found Beachside. The therapy offices felt so comfortable and helped me calm down because I was so nervous."
“I loved Beachside! The staff, the facilities, and the program was amazing. So thankful I found this place! I highly recommend this treatment center!”
“I was treated on an individual basis. My treatment focused on my needs to get well. A beautiful setting and very caring staff members. I strongly believe that I have a support system I can depend on now and in my future! Thank you for giving me my life back!”
300 S. 6th St Fort Pierce, FL, 34950
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