Yes, Medicare will often cover the costs of these services for eligible people. Read on to find out how Medicare can help you if you’re elderly or disabled and in need of addiction rehab services.
Convincing an addict or alcoholic to seek treatment for their problems may seem downright impossible. So what can you expect from a drug and alcohol intervention program? We review here.
Rehab is often expensive, but financial aid is available. You simply need to know where to look. Read on for tips on financing rehab here.
Detox can make drug and alcohol treatment much more effective and minimize relapses. Chances are, if you're considering addiction treatment or detox, you probably want to know if you can afford it. In this article, we'll discuss the different ways you can find affordable detox in your area.
A Q&A with Ms. Vonda Dennis on best practices in visitation monitoring for people in early recovery. Plus, tips on the benefits of using sober coaches, escorts, and companions.
Xanax works via the central nervous system and affects almost all systems of the body. More on Xanax effects here.
Read more about the cost of residential treatment programs and your options here.
Identifying drug abuse early increases the chances that a person can be successful in quitting. Read on to find out more about signs that a person is struggling with drug abuse. Details here.
Yes, many insurance plans now cover addiction treatment. Read on to find out more and to learn about options for gaps in coverage.
What kinds of addiction treatment work best for women? We review outpatient, inpatient and women only addiction treatment here. Then, we invite your questions about addiction treatment for women at the end.
Addiction treatment isn't cheap. But if you’re one of those people that think you can’t afford addiction treatment, think again. 7 practical ways to pay for addiction treatment here.