Can't Afford Drug/Alcohol Treatment?

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Insurance Doesn't Fully Cover Your Treatment?


We provide loan options that can be used for behavioral health, substance abuse and/or mental treatment. We can help you cover the cost of co-pays, high deductibles, or your entire stay.

We offer the lowest rates in the industry and will beat any competitors rate! We make it as easy as possible to apply for a loan. You answer a few simple questions and are approved instantly. The money is wired into your account the next business day and sometimes, that very same day.




Our mission is to provide you with the best available financing options that you can use towards your treatment needs. We've partnered with some of the nation's top lenders to offer loans that can be used for treatment, financing for rehab, loans for substance abuse treatment, mental treatment financing and other behavioral health financing. We offer the lowest rates in the industry and make it affordable for you to get the help that you need.


How Much Does Rehab Cost?

The cost of rehab can vary greatly depending on the level of care that is needed, the type of treatment, the facility, the length of stay, the abused substance, and the amenities offered. Providing a high level of care, inpatient rehab is always more expensive than outpatient rehab, but both provide treatment that helps patients address their addictions and work toward their sobriety.

The average cost of inpatient treatment may include the following:2

  • Detox only (7 day minimum): $600-$1,000 per day ($4,200 - $7,000 per week).
  • 30-day: $400-$900 per day ($12,000 - $27,000 per month).
  • 60-day: $300-$800 per day ($18,000 - $48,000 for 2 months).
  • 90-day: $200-$700 per day ($18,000 - $63,000 for 3 months).

The average cost of outpatient treatment may include the following:

  • Intensive outpatient (IOP): $100-$500 per session.
  • IOP with housing: $3,500-$5,000 per week (housing is not typically offered)
    (additional $400-$900 per month beyond the price of the program).

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