Does Insurance Cover Rehab & Detox Programs?

Yes, Second Chances works with several major insurance companies, Medicaid, as well as private pay to ensure we do not allow the cost of treatment to become a hurdle for those seeking to improve their lives. We are proud to offer high-quality, affordable rehab programs and are happy to coordinate with your provider prior to admission.

Does Medicaid Cover Rehab & Detox Programs?

Yes, we have a team member on-site who can sign our guests up for Medicaid. We do not want anyone who needs care to be turned away due to not having medical coverage. So, please reach out, we have someone who will walk guests through the process while they are actively being checked into our programs.

We Accept the Following Insurance Plans:

Please visit the Health Plan websites below by clicking their logo or call the Plans if you have questions about their coverage. Then, contact our team with your insurance information handy so we can have a confidential conversation about your options.

Can I pay for treatment?

Yes, we want to work with you and help you on your road to recovery so we do offer a self-pay option.

Need Insurance Coverage?

Healthy Louisiana is here to help you choose the best health plans and doctors for you and your family. For more information on Healthy Louisiana or how to sign up for benefits call their Toll-Free Number: 1-855-229-6848 or visit their website:

New Beginnings and Second Chances are Only a Call Away.

Second Chances Addiction Recovery Center is an adult, co-ed, inpatient treatment center nestled “off the beaten path” in Rayville, Louisiana. We specialize in providing rehabilitation and counseling programs to those struggling with addiction, substance abuse, or any other mental health issues. Guests of Second Chances receive the structure of a residential treatment facility, with the privacy and safety of a refuge as they embark on their journey of recovery. This helps ensure that they take time to regain their physical and psychological strength after dealing with addiction or an unmanaged mental health disorder.