Drug & Alcohol Rehab in the Northeast
Substance Use Treatment in the Northeast
Addiction in parts of the Northeastern United States is a serious and widespread problem.1 Fortunately, there are many resources for people in these areas to get the help they need. This page will go over the various alcohol and drug rehab options and how to handle the costs of substance use treatment.
Rehab Options in the Northeast
There are many resources available for people looking for substance use treatment in the Northeast. Alcohol and drug rehab options include a range of care levels from residential rehab to outpatient addiction treatment and aftercare programs.
Ways to Pay for Rehab
The cost of drug and alcohol treatment varies depending on the type of addiction treatment needed, as well as how someone chooses to pay for rehab (i.e., with or without insurance, scholarship programs, or payment plans).
There are multiple ways to pay for rehab.
Addiction Resources in the Northeast
Naloxone—a drug that can reverse opioid overdoses—is a crucial tool that can save lives, buying time for emergency medical professionals to arrive on scene.7 Simple naloxone-administering devices like Narcan require little training and are easy to use.3
Local Rehab FAQs
Get answers to common questions about drug rehab and substance use treatment resources in the Northeastern U.S.
Northeast U.S. Substance Use Statistics
Many states in the Northeast have high rates of drug and alcohol misuse, addiction, and overdose.
- In 2020, 5,168 people in Pennsylvania died of a drug overdose, while 2,840 people died in the neighboring state of New Jersey the same year.24
Substance Use Treatment
Paying for Rehab
One of the first questions people often ask when seeking treatment is, "What will it cost?" Don't let cost be a barrier to getting the help you need. In many cases, medical insurance will cover all or a portion of the costs. Learn more about the different payment options for rehab.
Medicaid and Medicare
Please refer to our NJ State Medicare & Medicaid guide.
- Northeast Treatment Guide
- New Jersey Rehab Guide
- New York Rehab Guide
- Maryland Addiction Guide
- Pennsylvania Rehab Guide
- Washington, D.C. Rehab Guide