Our Admissions Specialist Can Help You Prepare For Recovery
Addiction frequently causes a debilitating impact on an individual’s social relationships, income, health, employment, family relationships. It also frequently leads to overdose and death. There are also negative legal repercussions that frequently accompany addiction, like: arrest, convictions, incarceration, and the life-changing effect of being convicted of a serious crime. The only way an individual with an addiction has a chance of having a bright future is to seek treatment for their addiction.
Financing Your Dream
For many individuals finding sufficient means to finance their addiction treatment may be a challenge. To meet this challenge we work hard to provide an extensive range of financing options to help facilitate an individual’s recovery. Along with accepting most insurance plans, we can recommend programs that specialize in helping addicted individuals finance their treatment.There are also laws, such as The Affordable Care Act, that require health care providers to cover behavioral and detox treatments. Depending on the individual’s level of coverage, some health insurance plans that cover only the basics. In order to provide individuals with the best care possible, we maintain flexibility, and the knowledge of where individuals can turn to try and receive financial support.
After verifying the individual’s information, our staff will conduct an analysis of the insurance plan and the amount of coverage it offers for rehabilitation. We counsel our clients on any out-of-pocket expenses they will have, and where they can turn to if they need help paying. Our Intake Coordinators also research all federally-funded sources and charitable organizations that may be able to help provide assistance to individuals in need. Our mission is to make sure every individual is able to receive treatment for a drug addiction, despite their financial situation. We believe every individual should be able to live a happy life, free of addiction.
We understand that when an individual believe they cannot afford treatment, they will just continue on with their addiction. Often they don’t realize the money spent on their addiction, hospital visits, and emergency room typically end up costing more than receiving treatment for an addiction. These medical visits also put a strain on the healthcare system. Thus, there are financing plans and funds out there to help addicted individuals to lessen the impact on the health care system.
Along with substance abuse there are also costs associated with their treatment. However, in comparison, the costs associated with drug treatment yield a positive outcome, making the end result outweigh the costs of treatment. The outcome allows individuals to only pay until their treatment is complete, instead of continuing to live the rest of their life losing money to a drug addiction that yields no positive outcomes.