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- Do I Need to Go to Rehab?
- How Much Does Rehab Cost?
- What Kinds of Drug Rehabs Are There?
- How Long Does Rehab Take?
- What Rehab Should I Go To?
Do I Need to Got to Rehab?There are a few signs to look for to know whether you need the added support of a rehab facility:
- Overpowering withdrawl symptoms
- Failing health or debilitating symptoms
- Loss of career, relationships and finances
- Inability to quit using the drug
How Much Does Rehab Cost?The cost of treatment can range anywhere from $7,000 a month to $150,000 a month, depending on the type of the program, but the average is $20,000–$30,000 a month. Most facilities accept insurance, but your plan may only cover certain treatments so it is important to understand your insurance coverage before committing.
What Kinds of Rehabs Are There?Inpatient – Reside on campus while attending treatment full timePartial Hospitalization – Spend the entire day in treatment and live at home or in sober-living housingIntensive Outpatient – Participate in two to three hours of treatment a day and live at homeOutpatient – Attend one or two hours of treatment a week
How Long Does Rehab Take?Treatments range in duration from a few weeks to several years, but most rehab facilities offer thirty-, sixty- and ninety-day programs and encourage you to continue with ongoing care well after that.
What Rehab Should I Go To?Let us help. Call today. We will take the time to get to know you and help you find a personalized treatment program that will lead you toward lifelong recovery, free of charge.
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