Financing (You alone, or you with a co-signer)
Although the last thing you want to do is be in debt, finding financing for drug rehab centers is a good kind of debt. It’s a positive debt, as long as you’re serious about recovery and are ready to learn a better way to live.
Several treatment centers work with lenders who provide financing for treatment. The key is to find a treatment center that is already low-cost so that you’re not going into debt for tens of thousands of dollars over what you can afford long term.
If you do not have the credit to be approved for this type of financing, this is where you bring reinforcements. Talk to your family members or close friends who do have the credit score needed for approval. If you show an earnest and honest intent to get clean and sober, you’d be surprised at who would be there to step into your corner.
One creative way of getting rehab paid for is to collect money from multiple family members. It is not uncommon for family members to come together to save a loved one’s life.
In many cases, admissions specialists will speak directly to your family members to help alleviate any worries. The funds that your family provides can go straight to the drug and alcohol treatment center.
It can be hard to do, but asking for help is necessary for a life or death situation such as addiction.
Finding the Right Drug Rehab Center for You
If you do end up paying for treatment, please seek a low-cost treatment center with good reviews and is reputable.
Having trust in the rehab that you are going to be admitted to is essential. While yes, it’s very important to get into treatment, it is also very important to take some time to research where you are going.
You do not want to have a negative experience in drug rehab, especially if you are paying for your time there.
No matter what you decide or how you decide to achieve it, always know that recovery is possible.
Call us at (888) 906-0952 if you’d like to discuss free, state-funded, or low-cost drug and alcohol treatment options.