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How Free Treatment Centers Help Patients

  • Not all treatment is created equally.
  • Free treatment centers, though they may not offer luxuries such as spa treatments or exquisite settings, can help patients overcome addiction.
  • Free treatment centers provide counseling, support and even medications in some cases.

Drug or alcohol addiction can cause devastating consequences for the user, the loved ones and everyone involved either directly or indirectly with the addict.  It is very common for addicts to find that they cannot afford treatment for their addiction and as a result, more than 50% of those who suffer from an addiction to drugs or alcohol wind up never actually receiving the necessary treatment that could help them to get sober.  Free treatment centers help by offering many of the same services as a paid program at a price that those in recovery can afford – free!

Not All Treatment is Created Equal

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Free treatment centers allow you to recover without the worry of finances.

Free treatment centers, unlike high cost programs such as luxury treatment facilities, can provide many services that are aimed at helping patients to get sober and to remain sober but they don’t have all the bells and whistles that you would expect in a paid treatment program.  While you may receive medical care, counseling, therapy and support in a free treatment program, you probably won’t see luxury accommodations, spa treatments, or pristine settings the way you may expect in a luxury treatment program.

Quality Treatment without Financial Stress

Paying for drug or alcohol addiction treatment can be very difficult, especially if addiction has already caused you to lose everything or nearly everything.  Free treatment centers help by providing socialized treatment, counseling and therapeutic care for those in need without the high costs involved with a standard treatment program.  Instead of having to focus on the worry of trying to pay for treatment or the guilt that comes when a family member must pay for your treatment, free treatment centers provide a stress free, guilt free option for recovery support.

Services Offered in Free Treatment Centers

Many of the services that you would expect to receive in a paid treatment program are also provided in a free treatment program.  Counseling is the forefront and sets the stage for recovery.  Most free treatment centers provide a solid foundation of counseling and therapy as well as 12 step support to help you get sober, stay sober and learn how to cope with emotions or problems in life that may otherwise derail your recovery.

Detox, the first step of any treatment program, is usually offered even in a free or low cost treatment program.  Free treatment centers help patients to detox by providing medical monitoring for patient safety, offering nutritious meals to aid in the removal of toxins from the body and providing support to ensure continued success in recovery.

Every case of addiction is different but when you can’t pay for treatment, free treatment centers can help!  Nobody should have to suffer through addiction simply because they cannot afford treatment.  Free treatment centers work to provide quality, effective care to those in need helping them to get sober and to remain sober for many years to come.

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