Luxury Rehab Explained What it is & Why it’s important

While luxury rehabs are often thought of a fancy rooms only accessible to celebrities — they have significantly more benefits and are more accessible to the general public than you first thought. We’ll walk you through the expanded treatment options for drug and alcohol addiction, and the insurance benefits available to most.

What is Luxury Rehab?

Luxury rehab is a form of inpatient substance abuse treatment offered in a residential, resort-style setting. Clients receive highly personalized treatment from expertly trained clinicians, have access to numerous forms of treatment beyond Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and can partake in modified treatment for mental health problems ( a dual diagnosis). Most luxury addiction treatment centers have a limited number of beds and offer accommodations for clients seeking to maintain their professional obligations.

Side-by-Side Comparison

The differences between traditional and luxury rehab centers goes beyond amenities. While it will vary from place to place, you can typically expect:

Traditional Rehab  Basic Bedrooms Small workout areas No recreational areas Buffet-style food High density of patients Entry-level clinicians with 1-2 highly trained clinicians Limited access to therapists outside of scheduled sessions 1-2 specialized treatments weekly Common behavioral treatments ONLY Do not typically meet qualifications for dual diagnosis treatment No access to electronics Luxury Rehab  Resort-style bedrooms and single bedrooms available Fully equipped gym Recreational areas including sport courts, cinema rooms, luxury pools, outdoor activities, and more Catered food/Private chef Low density of patients Multiple masters-level clinicians + highly trained support staff Ability to schedule time with therapists outside regular sessions 3-5 specialized treatments weekly Behavioral, experiential, and holistic treatments offered regularly Able to treat multiple mental health problems alongside addiction Ability to enroll in executive program and continue working during recovery

Traditional Rehab 

  • Basic Bedrooms
  • Small workout areas
  • No recreational areas
  • Buffet-style food
  • High density of patients
  • Entry-level clinicians with 1-2 highly trained clinicians
  • Limited access to therapists outside of scheduled sessions
  • 1-2 specialized treatments weekly
  • Common behavioral treatments ONLY
  • Do not typically meet qualifications for dual diagnosis treatment
  • No access to electronics

Luxury Rehab 

  • Resort-style bedrooms and single bedrooms available
  • Fully equipped gym
  • Recreational areas including sport courts, cinema rooms, luxury pools, outdoor activities, and more
  • Catered food/Private chef
  • Low density of patients
  • Multiple masters-level clinicians + highly trained support staff
  • Ability to schedule time with therapists outside regular sessions
  • 3-5 specialized treatments weekly
  • Behavioral, experiential, and holistic treatments offered regularly
  • Able to treat multiple mental health problems alongside addiction
  • Ability to enroll in executive program and continue working during recovery
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Luxury Alcohol Treatment

Luxury facilities offer access to the advanced treatments helping clients overcome alcohol addiction. Along with therapies and medication-assisted treatment, clients work through recovery in beautiful, secluded locations allowing them to focus on sobriety.

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Luxury Drug Treatment

Whether the problem is opioids, cocaine, benzodiazepines, or other drugs, luxury addiction treatment programs offer the highest form of care. Programs, like those at The Hope House, provide clients advanced forms of therapy led my masters-level clinicians.

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Benefits of Luxury Rehab

The distinction in personalization, quality of care, and overall rehab environment give luxury treatment facilities a number of added benefits over traditional treatment centers.

The name often deters people from seeking out luxury rehab, but many luxury facilities offer affordable care, take insurance, or have scholarships. If you need help determining if you can afford luxury drug and alcohol treatment, call The Hope House admissions team today.

Who can Afford Luxury Rehab?

Luxury addiction treatment costs vary largely based on length of stay, location, and services offered. You can expect a luxury facility to cost more than outpatient programs as the 24/7 care is far more comprehensive. Most luxury rehabs accept various forms of payment to make treatment more accessible.

Do Luxury Rehabs Accept Insurance?

Many treatment centers work with insurance companies and offer in-network or out-of-network coverage. About 70% take private insurance (like Cigna or United Healthcare) or offer a sliding fee scale, where the costs are adjusted based on yearly salary.

The only foolproof way to understand what payment any rehabilitation facility will take is to call their admissions team and request a verification of benefits.

Most Insurances Accepted

When reviewing potential treatment centers look for a Gold Seal of Approval from the Joint Commission. Addiction rehabilitation facilities with the accreditation have proven a commitment to creating a safe and effective environment for clients.

From there, you can narrow your search through online directories like luxuryrehabs.com. There you can search by location, treatment modalities, and amenities offered.

Clients in Arizona (or looking to travel to Arizona for luxury treatment) should consider The Hope House. Located in the hills of north Scottsdale, the 10,000 sq ft mansions offer the elevated level of care described above and accept most insurance plans.

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