Take a Step Forwards to a Better Tomorrow

Try typing affordable drug rehab into Google, you’ll get a lot of hits, but you can be sure the first 500 won’t be affordable! The sad reality is that too many people with temporary motivations to get better just get so frustrated and deterred by the stress and challenge of finding affordable care that they just give up.

Even if you have quality and comprehensive private health coverage, you don’t want to waste your time and your hope on a poor quality treatment experience; it’s your life and your health and happiness that are at stake, and you don’t want to make a mistake. If you don’t have comprehensive insurance coverage the situation grows even more difficult. Where can you go for rehab you can afford; who will help you when you can’t afford an expensive up front fee? Recognizing the problems inherent in getting into appropriate and affordable treatment, I have compiled a resource book designed to assist you in understanding your options, your rights and even your needs; and to help you in locating an affordable residential rehab program that’s going to work for you.

Some of the questions that I have struggled with include:

Do I need rehab?

What kind of rehab do I need?

How much does rehab cost?

What type of rehab can I afford?

Where can I go to find low cost help?

How can I get a family member into rehab?

What can family do to help during and after rehab?

Do I need to detox first? What about rehab for my­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ special need?

What are some phone numbers for low cost rehabs in my area?

Where else can I get information on addiction, rehabs and recovery?

I hope you will find the answers to all of these questions and more contained within, and I believe that everyone can find treatment in a timely manner and at a price they can afford, they simply need to know where to look. Please contact me if you need any help in finding affordable care.

You can get better; it will be hard…and it will be worth it!

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Try typing affordable drug rehab into Google, you’ll get a lot of hits, but you can be sure the first 500 won’t be affordable! The sad reality is that too many people with temporary motivations to get better just get so frustrated and deterred by the stress and challenge of finding affordable care that they just give up.

Even if you have quality and comprehensive private health coverage, you don’t want to waste your time and your hope on a poor quality treatment experience; it’s your life and your health and happiness that are at stake, and you don’t want to make a mistake. If you don’t have comprehensive insurance coverage the situation grows even more difficult. Where can you go for rehab you can afford; who will help you when you can’t afford an expensive up front fee? Recognizing the problems inherent in getting into appropriate and affordable treatment, I have compiled a resource book designed to assist you in understanding your options, your rights and even your needs; and to help you in locating an affordable residential rehab program that’s going to work for you.

Some of the questions that I have struggled with include:

Do I need rehab?

What kind of rehab do I need?

How much does rehab cost?

What type of rehab can I afford?

Where can I go to find low cost help?

How can I get a family member into rehab?

What can family do to help during and after rehab?

Do I need to detox first? What about rehab for my­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­ special need?

What are some phone numbers for low cost rehabs in my area?

Where else can I get information on addiction, rehabs and recovery?

I hope you will find the answers to all of these questions and more contained within, and I believe that everyone can find treatment in a timely manner and at a price they can afford, they simply need to know where to look. Please contact me if you need any help in finding affordable care.

You can get better; it will be hard…and it will be worth it!

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