Your success in sobriety, and life on a whole, is something to celebrate and be celebrated. When you’ve defeated a monster as all consuming as addiction, that is a major victory, and you will find that those who love, care, and support you will praise you, be proud of you, and commit to being there for you as you move into this new journey of sobriety.
But, some may find something else in their battle for sobriety. Something darker, something that showcases the pettiness and hopelessness present in some communities. That something else is a hope for your failure.
For some, your success equals their failure. This has nothing at all to do with you. And this perceived hurt that they feel as you succeed is completely in their own head and a product of their own imagination. But, in the dark place that they exist, as you succeed in your battle for sobriety, your success is somehow a direct affront to them.
Detox is typically the first and highest level of care that an individual will receive when they seek the help of an addiction rehab program. Some individuals attempt to complete their detox at home, but home detox can be risky for a number of reasons. One of the major questions that often comes up when trying to determine whether to home detox or to admit to Compass Detox is “how much does compass rehab cost?” In order to fully answer this question, there are a number of aspects to consider.
What is Sobriety Worth To You?
It is easy to ask how much Compass rehab costs, but the monetary fees for treatment with Compass rehab is far from the most significant cost to consider. We would be ignorant to say that it isn’t a factor at all, but it is common for people to overlook the cost/benefit analysis. Have you thought about what will happen to your finances, career, and relationships if you don’t get clean and sober?