how to pay for rehab or addiction treatment

Without a doubt, one of the biggest hurdles to finding help for an alcohol or drug problem is how to pay for rehab or addiction treatment. Federal statistics bolster that: According to the 2015 National Survey on Drug use and Health, an estimated 21.7 million Americans — more than 8 percent of the population —…

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addiction treatment and rehab options available to you

If you’ve come to the conclusion that you have a drug and alcohol problem and have begun to explore addiction treatment and rehab options available to you, the future may seem hopeless. It’s an understandable feeling, especially if you’ve reached a point of desperation in which you’re looking up a drug and alcohol treatment facility…

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It’s Christmas Eve, you’re barely hanging on to your sanity and you’re desperate for the nudge you need to make that phone call, but you can’t shake the thought: Why should I go to rehab now? As you family gathers to celebrate the holidays, with or without you, you may be wrestling with the decision…

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does insurance help pay for long-term addiction treatment

Does insurance help pay for long-term addiction treatment? No doubt, that’s a question many potential patients of Cornerstone of Recovery have. After all, financial obstacles are one of the biggest impediments toward alcoholics and addicts getting the help that they need. Consider the numbers: According to the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health…

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what does long-term addiction treatment entail?

What does long-term addiction treatment entail? If you have no frame of reference, but you suffer from addiction or alcoholism, you might think it’s similar to a jail sentence. It’s understandable; despite great strides that have been made in the past couple of decades, a great many people still view addiction as a moral failure.…

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Is long-term drug and alcohol treatment the best option for you? We think so. After all, you’ve decided to get help for your addiction or alcoholism, and you’re feeling the flutter of something you haven’t in a long time: hope. The future, it seems, is a wide-open possibility. After shrouded for so long in a…

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