If you need help paying for treatment, please try eFinancing Solutions. Every little bit helps. You don’t have to finance the entire cost of treatment. Many people borrow just enough to get them through the detox phase of treatment, which is about 5-10 days. Detoxing from alcohol or drugs presents the greatest risk to an addict’s health and safety. Being in a licensed and accredited medical detox is not only safer, it is also much more comfortable. Clients are given medication and monitored closely by medical staff to reduce the risk of seizures and increase the level of comfort for the client.
What other options are there?
There are other options to help you pay for a quality dual diagnosis treatment program. Some people elect to get financing for the detox portion of treatment only and then use a GoFundMe Medical Payments Program for the remaining cost of treatment. The reason this option works well for many people is that the person needing treatment is already in treatment. People are often reluctant to provide financial assistance to someone who is seeking treatment because of failed promises, but many people are open to helping those who are already in treatment. Not only do you take the risk away, you also show that the person needing assistance has already committed and made a good faith effort to pay for it themselves. Donors like to donate to something they believe will be successful. When the person in need is already in treatment, your ability to raise additional funds is much easier than you think.
You have insurance but you can’t afford deductibles and copays.
Many insurance policies, especially those from HealthCare.gov or your state’s insurance exchange, have horrendously high deductibles and copays. I have even seen employer insurance policies with deductibles as high as $10,000 to $25,000. Then, there is what is called “Out-of-Pocket Maximum”, an amount many people don’t understand. Until you have had a hospitalization or some other costly medical procedure, these costs may have never been an issue for you or your loved one.
BeWell Recovery Centers hardship exemptions can help with all or part of deductibles and copays.
BeWell Recovery offers hardships exemptions to our clients who qualify. This exemption is not for a client who has the financial ability to pay their deductibles and copays, and is just trying to avoid paying them. We have a sliding scale based on income and financial assets. We determine eligibility on a case-by-case basis. Please call one of our caring admission agents at 866 317-8395 to see if you qualify. A person with no income and assets can still get the quality care they need at BeWell Recovery Centers.
For those that want free treatment
There is free treatment out there. Free treatment is better than no treatment. Be prepared to have to “wait for a bed to open” and don’t expect to be pampered like you would at BeWell recovery Centers. The federal government has a resource for people looking for substance abuse and mental health treatment that can’t afford a private center. The Substance Abuse Metal Health Service Administration “SAMHSA” can be reached 24/7/365 at 800 662-4357.