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How much does detox cost?

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Asked: 2018-05-29 18:40:14

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Answered: 2018-05-31 17:53:37

Well, it varies wildly. Of course if money is no object, you can go into facilities that charge $90,000 a month and have absolutely everything looked after, from gourmet food to the best psychologists. However, you will find free alcohol rehab programs out there, just understand that these are run either by volunteers or on contributions, so the level of care might not be the same.

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Answered: 2018-05-30 05:35:33

There are outpatient drug treatment programs that are available that are very affordable to attend. You will be able to get the care that you need and still go home to your family each night.

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Answered: 2018-06-12 02:38:00

Detox can be free if you do it at home, cold turkey. However, there are dangers that come with that, and truly, chances of recovery are less if you do it this way. When you consider that 90% of people who need rehab are not getting it, if theres any way you can make it possible, then go. It may cost money, but theres no price on your health and you life.

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Answered: 2018-06-18 02:03:43

Detox itself doesnt have to cost money, but it can run to the thousands. Programs vary, but for detox itself, which is medically assisted you should budget for about $500 - $1000 per day. This will be for a minimum of 7 days. If you can afford more, you can probably have more luxury, such as spa therapies, a pool etc. but having any support is crucial. Different states have different kinds of programs so you can look up alcohol rehab near me and determine what youre covered for and what you might need.

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Answered: 2018-06-20 21:42:08

Its not always the case that rehab is expensive, you are probably looking at over $250-a-day if you check into a full-time program but there are rehabs that take Medicaid too. Also, you can check because some treatments are tax deductible, so even if you have spent a few thousand pounds, it may come off your tax bill, so thats something.

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Answered: 2018-05-30 17:15:16

You can get help to overcome your withdrawal symptoms at a public treatment facility near you. They may be able to work with you to establish a payment plan so that you can pay for your care over an extended period of time.

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