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How Much Does Compass Rehab Cost?

how much does compass rehab cost?

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?

Financial Risks

Treatment is costly, but so are drugs and alcohol. Regardless of an individual’s substance of use, continued use can drain a bank account for months or years. In reality, not getting treatment could end up being much more costly in the long run. 

Career Challenges

Mind-altering substances such as alcohol, opioids, benzodiazepines, etc., can lead to poor decision making, communication, and overall performance. It is common for those struggling with addiction to also struggle at work. This may include calling out of work more often, missing deadlines, getting into arguments, and making mistakes. When this goes on for an extended period of time, it should not be surprising when they get fired.

Social Costs

It’s not easy to watch a loved one do things like fill their body with toxins, doctor shop, lie, cheat, and steal. One by one, an addict pushes away their friends, family, and everyone who cares about them. 

In short, not going to detox and rehab could cost you your savings, your job, and your relationships. Is the price of a week or two in a detox facility worth more to you than all of these? We hope not.

What Detox Treatment Payment Covers

Whether paid for by insurance or out-of-pocket, every client at Compass detox is paying for quality treatment and care. Every client at Compass detox gets medical assessments, 24/7  access to trained and certified medical professionals, a semi-private room & bathroom, all meals while in treatment, and recreational activities. Depending on their specific needs, clients may also have access to various medications. The final amount due for treatment will vary depending on the length of treatment and the exact services rendered.

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Why Not Save Money & Detox at Home?

At the beginning of this article, we mentioned detoxing at home. This may be a valid option for some, but there are a number of health and financial risks to this option. Depending on the substance you are detoxing from, there could be serious side effects. For instance, alcohol withdrawal symptoms can be as severe as seizures and even death. If you try to detox at home, you might end up in the Emergency Room anyways. Emergency room visits could be just as costly, if not more so than a medical detox facility. So before making any decisions, think carefully about the risks associate with detox and the support you have available if you detox at home.

If you or your loved one is ready to get their life back on track and enter a drug and alcohol detox program, get help from our trusted detox center. Call Compass Detox to speak with an admissions specialist!

Brooks V.
Brooks V.
Brooks has been a freelance journalist for the better part of two decades, as well as spending a decade as a crisis intervention counselor. Through his own work and researching the work of others throughout the many facets of the detox, crisis intervention, and mental health worlds he has been able to tell the stories of those worlds in an effort to help addicts and those with mental illnesses understand and navigate them.