Private Health Insurance

The availability of private health-insurance coverage for substance-abuse treatment grew in the 1980s. By 1990, better than 90 percent of health-insurance plans had explicit coverage for drug treatment. Individuals with such private insurance have a greater range of treatment providers from which to choose than those who are indigent and have only government-funded programs at their disposal. Programs that mainly rely on insurance reimbursement, however, tend to be more expensive than those that receive the bulk of their support from government sources.

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