Costs of Treatment

At the Neuropsychiatric Addiction Clinic (NPAC), we believe everyone should have a fair chance at achieving recovery. We accept all major insurance providers, and we offer a range of financing options so that you can get the help you deserve.

If you’re worried about financing treatment at NPAC, please don’t let that stop you from picking up the phone. Our team is well-versed in making treatment accessible for everyone, and they will explore every avenue to make treatment an option.

How Much Does Treatment Cost?
"Due to the personalized nature of our treatment, it is impossible to offer a definite figure without first reviewing your personal needs and circumstances. Different people have different needs. For this reason, every treatment we offer will be slightly different. As a general rule, outpatient treatment is more affordable than inpatient.

Please speak to one of our team if you have any queries. Once they know what you require, they can start putting together price lists and help you finalize a plan.
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Paying With Insurance
Substance and alcohol addiction falls under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), so any insurance on the Health Insurance Marketplace (HIM) is obligated to cover the cost of addiction treatment. They also have to help with pre-existing conditions at no extra cost. You should be able to apply for insurance at any stage of your recovery journey.

Insurance plans not on the HIM do not have to follow these regulations. However, a large percentage of plans will mirror them. It’s always worth speaking to your insurance provider if you have any questions.
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Cost of Treatment

Addiction and mental illness are not moral failings – they’re medical conditions that deserve to be treated with compassion and respect. The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act states that insurance providers subject to parity law must provide the exact same level of care for mental health and substance use as they would for physical health concerns.

This law applies to:

  • Health coverage in companies with fifty-plus employees
  • Any coverage that falls within a health care reform law known as the Affordable Care Act
  • Children’s Health Insurance Program
  • Most Medicaid programs


"Spectacular care. Each person is treated individually for their own needs." - Former Client
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Alternative Ways of Paying for Treatment

If your insurance plan only provides partial coverage or does not cover addiction, you may be able to get support from your employer. Addiction is more common than we think, and if you’re an asset to the company, they may feel it is worth investing in your recovery.

Your employer may also be able to grant you an extended leave of absence so that you can return to your job upon completing treatment.

The Cost of Addiction

Although paying for treatment might seem daunting to some people, it is usually cheaper in the long run than funding an active addiction. A user who spends $40 a day (a very conservative amount) will spend $146,000 over ten years. It’s common for some of our clients to spend hundreds of dollars per day.

This doesn’t include the disruptions to employment, legal problems, and health issues that come with substance addiction. Nor does it include the impact on our financial health. Most importantly, addiction costs us our freedom and affects our personal relationships.

Breaking away from habitual substance use really is priceless. You cannot put a figure on the value of having healthy coping strategies, not needing to hide away from your loved ones, and emotional wellbeing.

Our Center

Specializing in bespoke substance and mental health treatment, we are a small twenty-eight-bed center located in a sedate part of Port Saint Lucie, Florida. Our medical director, Jose R. Toledo, M.D., is a neurologist with over two decades of experience. Having been in private practice since 1991, he understands the need for competent, qualified staff who genuinely care about our patients.

We don’t just look for well-certified people – we need to know that people are passionate about helping others find their own way to recovery. When you come to NPAC, you become part of something larger than yourself. We have a family ethos and love welcoming new members.

We are accredited by the Joint Commission and The Agency for Healthcare Administration, licensed by the Florida Department of Children and Families, and certified as an Opiate Treatment Program by the federally certifying organization, the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration.

Treatment at NPAC

Following our thorough assessment and evaluation process and comfortable, manageable, detoxification we’ll offer you a range of treatments, including but not limited to:

  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) twelve-step work
  • Narcotics Anonymous (NA) twelve-step work
  • Family therapy
  • Medication-assisted treatment (MAT)
  • Art therapy
  • Equine therapy
  • Case management
  • Yoga
  • Nutritional groups
  • Massage therapy
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Rapid resolution therapy
  • Rational emotive behavior therapy
  • Eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)

At NPAC, you get exactly the level of support you need, for however long you need it. We offer comprehensive aftercare packages and are partnered with a range of sober living facilities we can recommend. We always welcome our patients to come back and share their stories with newer clients in our alumni programs.

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