At CuraWest our Admissions team and Treatment Advisors will work together to provide you with a comprehensive overview of self-pay rates, explaining each individual clinical service and its value.
Private Pay Options
There are numerous self-pay and private pay options available. Of course, we understand that those who have been suffering at the hands of a long-term substance abuse disorder are rarely in the position to write a check for the full amount of inpatient medical detox and residential treatment. Fortunately, there are many other options available. Give our Treatment Advisors a call today and they will help you determine which option is best-suited for you and your individualized needs.
If you have friends or family members who are in good financial standing and who are supportive of your recovery, you may be able to negotiate a zero-interest, private loan. However, it is important to note that active addiction often strips individuals of their ability to be trusted, especially when it comes to finances. However, if this is your first time in treatment or if you are surrounded by loved ones who avidly support you seeking quality clinical care, it probably would not hurt to ask.
You might also look into seeking a private medical loan from your bank or from another financial institution. There are numerous financing companies that specialize in behavioral health and addiction treatment loans, recognizing substance use and dependency as serious health-related issues. There are also certain credit card companies that will cover the cost of treatment and offer a reduced-interest plan for necessary medical expenses like addiction treatment. Some credit card companies will even defer interest payments entirely.