You Can Afford Addiction Treatment

Many people assume they cannot afford treatment or are under the impression that getting addiction treatment is out of their reach financially. However, our treatment costs are covered by many insurance plans. When you first call our Treatment Consultants, they will help you determine what percentage, if any, of the treatment costs are covered by your insurance plan.

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Our highly trained Treatment Consultants can help you decide the payment option that best meets your needs.

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  • Insurance Coverage

    Treatment Consultants can help you verify a potential client’s insurance benefits at no cost and without obligation.

  • Private Pay

    We are committed to protecting your health information and privacy according to applicable law. Some clients prefer to pay out of pocket for services rather than going through their health plan. All methods of payment are confidential.

  • Payment Plan

    To assist in determining the most suitable option for treatment payment for your particular situation, our highly trained Treatment Consultants will help you choose one of our affordable payment plan options.

Many people are under the impression that they cannot afford treatment or that addiction programs are out of their financial reach. However, our treatment costs are covered by many insurance plans. When you first call our Treatment Consultants, they will help assist you in calculating what percentage, if any, of the treatment costs are covered by your insurance plan.

The Price of Not Getting Help

When contemplating the costs of addiction treatment for yourself, child, or loved one, it’s imperative to consider what the monetary cost of supporting an addiction is in comparison to that of entering treatment. It’s also essential to explore what the physical and psychological toll a substance abuse issue can have on the body and mind compared to that of a healthy, well balanced individual. All of these costs are compounded as they apply not only to the individual suffering from an addiction but to family, friends, neighbors and members of society that are exposed to it.

What would happen if the substance abuse or addiction continued as they are now?

Contact Sunrise House, and we will help you or your loved one get the treatment needed to stop the dangerous, progressive effects of addiction.