Addiction has physical, emotional, and financial implications. It is a very dangerous condition that affects an individual’s mood and behavior giving them suicidal or criminal tendencies. Addiction not only affects the addict’s health and general wellbeing but also that of people around him or her. Others may not feel safe near the user, and the behavior of the individual affects their normal lives.
Struggling with Overcoming Addiction
Sobering from drug or alcohol abuse is not always easy, especially if you have been trying to get clean for a long time on your own. The addict may be willing to come out of the habit but finds it impossible due to the dependence on the substance of abuse. Good news is that there is a solution to this situation. Seek professional help by taking the addict to an inpatient or outpatient rehabilitation center. Both alternatives are effective, but of the two options, outpatient rehab is the most cost effective.
Who Should Attend Outpatient Rehab?
Outpatient rehab is whereby patients travel to a treatment facility to attend sessions, but return home instead of remaining at the center or being hospitalized. Though less expensive, not everyone can enroll in this program. Some addicts need to move from their home surroundings for the addiction treatment to be effective. The highly committed can stay at home during the treatment.
Why we are the Best Outpatient Rehab
We are licensed to offer outpatient addiction treatment. Our treatment options are affordable, and we offer flexible programs to suit your needs. We offer 24/7 support and assistance to our patients any time they need it, for the addict to handle withdrawal, cravings, triggers, or temptations. Our staff are highly trained and will take you through the steps of recovery and make it possible for you to regain your healthy sober life.
Paying for Our Outpatient Rehab
There are several payment options which further lower our outpatient rehab treatment expenses and make it more affordable for you to enroll your loved one. The Affordable Care Act obligates insurance firms to provide mental health as well as addiction treatment coverage at the same rate as other medical conditions. Your insurance company will therefore not charge you higher copay for the treatment of dependency than for treating any other medical issue. Employer Assistance programs, private health insurance, and Medicaid or Medicare also lower the cost.
Our outpatient addiction treatment enables you to deal with issues related to your addiction while continuing with your normal home and work life. Save yourself and your loved ones from the impacts of addiction. Call us today, and we will guide you on how to begin your outpatient addiction treatment, and begin the journey of sobriety.