Paying for Treatment
If you are struggling with a drug or alcohol problem, you are not alone. About 22.7 million American adults have a substance abuse problem that requires treatment, but only about 2.5 million of them will seek out help¹. One factor that discourages many people from seeking treatment is the cost of rehab, but there are a number of ways to get financial assistance. Costs can differ depending on whether you need short or long term care, as well as if you will be participating in residential treatment, partial hospitalization, or an outpatient program. Residential treatment is usually recommended for clients dealing with substance abuse and addiction; it allows you to relax and spend 24 hours a day at the rehab center away from a harmful world of triggers like stress.