Insurance Treatment Recovery - What if You Don't Have Any For A Rehab?
I Don't Have Rehab Insurance! What Do I Do?
What About Loans ? What Do I Do if I Can't Get Any Loans?
Do Not Worry Because There are Rehabs That Accept People With NO INSURANCE ! - for your Treatment!
Hello, David L. Here (Recovery in Alcohol/Drugs)
If you are serious about going to a Rehab for Treatment and have absolutely no Insurance, Like myself, You can still get into a Rehab, you can still get into one with no insurance, zero loans, and horrible credit! (which I have)
People, who don't have health Insurance and do not have money to finance a drug rehab treatment program, may sometimes feel helpless. If you're in need of drug rehab treatment and call up a lot of the drug rehab centers, you'll find that many of them will not be interested in providing help unless you do have health insurance or money.
I know what you are thinking: (it sucks and it's not fair)
but don't worry, there are free drug rehab programs that can help you, but they're not that easy to locate. ( It took me some time to find one in my area, but I did find one that accepted me with no Insurance!)
And for them accepting me with zero Insurance and bad credit for treatment I desperately needed, I was so grateful!! :)
A lot individuals who are alcoholics or addicts are not knowledgeable that the Salvation Army has about two hundred drug rehab treatment programs.
They run as non-profit-making charitable organization which assist the community. You have to explore and search for nearest Salvation Army in your local region. Just trust me on this! Because I was not only unemployed but I also had NO Insurance but I did a little research and found that there are Rehab places kind of close and some further away that will take you!
Don't "Sweat" not having Insurance!!!
A couple of the necessities of getting into these Rehab programs is just to be willing to get the help provided, involvement in the faith based recovery Rehab program and power to work inside the Salvation Army system while you're getting treatment.
You're, in addition to, expected to stay at the least 6 months in the recovery program. (now, I really do not like saying this but 6 months is a long time, especially if you live by yourself and need to work to pay your bills but you can leave when you feel like you have the Treatment you need) you'll be provided a place to stay, food, clothing and educational training and this will be all free to you.
Therapy includes guidance on an personal foundation, bible study involvement and group therapy sittings. When you provide your services to the system, it neutralizes the price that will go towards the treatment costs. Working helps you to be accountable, conditioned, creditworthy, vocational skills and employment preparation.
Drug addicts that enter free drug rehab treatment take in college and high school courses of study. This aids the drug addicts with producing some type of normality in their lives and teaches them to convert to normal citizens of society.
Individuals who abuse drugs never think in advance that they'll require insurance to fix their problem. As a matter of fact, this is the furthermost thing from their judgements. Nonetheless, the truth is that to get the right treatment from a private rehab center, you'll need to have good insurance or 1000s of dollars every month.
This sounds crazy, but many Rehab Treatment centers cost close to 1,000 a day! I personally checked out this one Rehab called "Passages in Malibu" and for a 30 day stay it would have cost me close to 100,000 dollars! Sounds insane, yes? These Rehabs are usually for the celebrities or rich and famous.
These are the Rehabs you do not want to call.
It will cost up to $20,000 each month to stay at a rehab center that offers private facility. Not many of us have the kind of savings that can finance treatment in these facilities. Some people may not even qualify to get government subsidized help.
There are different options to consider for drug rehabilitation. Nonetheless, some of it depends on if you are eligible for a government program or not. Throughout the United States, there are over 2,000 programs available for those who would like to get recovery from drug abuse.
For programs that are non-profit-making and charitable in nature, finances don't play any part in whether you get help or not. Your overall condition and treatment takes priority over every thing else.
Recovery homes are optional for those who want free drug rehab treatment.
Although, this isn't entirely free, it allows for a supportive environment among its occupants. Residents pay a nominal cost that's shared amongst each other. The advantage of entering a recovery house is the friendships that are formed, employment training possibilities and gainful employment.
So, in a nutshell, The very first thing I would recommend to do if you have zero insurance but are really interested in getting into a Rehab for Treatment, I would do a "Google" search with the words: ... "Rehabs Treatment Facilities"... (in your area) or .... " I don't have insurance .."
Good Luck and I am Sure With a Little Research, You WILL FIND A FREE REHAB!!!