“It is never too late until the end, but always too soon-not enough”
One of the main reasons our loved ones suffering from substance abuse don’t enter into an in-house drug and alcohol recovery program is the fear of not knowing what will become of their responsibilities and obligations to the world.
“How will my family eat without me there to provide for them?”
“What is going to happen to my job?”
“I have a life still, and bills to pay. If I go for treatment, I’ll lose everything!”
“If my life depends on it and I’m broke, how am I supposed to pay for treatment?”
Drug rehab treatment can be quite costly, and for some people, the main impediment standing between them and clean living is the often incorrect belief that they’re not going to be able to pay for their care. The problem with this thinking is that it doesn’t just affect the addicted person and his or her family. It also leads to spiraling national healthcare costs. An addicted person who is unable to pay for rehab will most likely remain on drugs.” Read more…
How to Finance Your Recovery
Every rehab center has different policies regarding paying for treatment. In the article titled “How Much Does Rehab Cost”, author Lauren Brande explains:
If you cannot afford upfront payments, you can explore financing care through credit. This allows you to immediately enter a program and get the help you need. If you qualify for 0% interest, this is a good option for a fast and inexpensive route for financing care.
The cost – Many of these programs are available free of charge for eligible participants. Even though the procedures may not be as up-to-date as with privacy rehab and though the facility might not be as nice as luxury treatment options, some patients are simply unable to spend even a dime on treatment. The first step is finding help. Getting help at these facilities is certainly better than no help at all. Read more…
Finding Help Where You Live
There are several different types of addiction treatment facilities across the United States and not all of them are out of reach that you or a friend or loved one can not be helped. It is very important to not only go with what is affordable but, also, to go with the one which matches one’s specific background, culture and spiritual needs. Below is a state-by-state directory of treatment programs that can better help assist your specific needs now that you have been able to grasp a better understanding of sponsorship.
Getting the help you need to overcome you or your loved one’s addiction is a very perilous endeavor. Understanding your options is a way of empowering yourself on this journey. If you’d like to learn more about getting help for drug addiction treatment, visit us at the link.