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Passages Malibu Cost and Feature Comparison (Ratings / Reviews)

Did you know that among people who are ready to stop using drugs, the number-one hurdle to receiving addiction treatment is a lack of financial means?

Passages Malibu costs about $80,000 and up for a month-long program. It's one of the most if not the most expensive among many luxury rehabs in Malibu and perhaps the entire country.

So given the expense and price of Passage Malibu, what exactly do you get for your money?

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Affordable Inpatient Drug Rehab Costs and Options

The cost of addiction treatment - and specifically inpatient drug rehab - varies dramatically. Inpatient rehab will cost more than outpatient rehab, and available programs range from hundreds to thousands of dollars per day for a 30-day program. So, what constitutes an affordable inpatient drug rehab?

Here's our advice: don't just consider the upfront rehab cost. Instead, think about the value and the overall fit.

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5 Tips For Choosing an Addiction Rehab That's Right for You

If you’re looking for an addiction rehab or alcohol treatment center, you don’t have to look far - there are literally thousands and thousands of options. But which one should you choose?

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Choosing the Right Residential Addiction Treatment

Addiction is a battle – a battle worth fighting. Far too many have given up from lack of hope, lack of direction, lack of support, or simply from lack of effort. Yet each person has the ability to win the fight.

The right residential addiction treatment program can help you learn how to heal, setting you free to live more of your life in love, peace, harmony and joy. By contrast, the wrong rehab program can set you back tens of thousands of dollars with little to show but a tan and some volleyball skills.

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How to Pay For Residential Addiction Treatment

Getting addiction rehab cost information can be elusive. After hours of research, many are faced with sticker shock and frustration because the programs that your insurance covers aren’t the ones you’d choose for yourself. Here are some cost guidelines and financing options to assist you in your research.

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LA Medical Detox Cost Comparison: What to Consider

Choosing a medical detox facility may be the first step you need to take on your road to addiction recovery. Medical detox itself comes in a variety of different forms and your program will be tailored to your own specific, individual situation and relates to the substances you’ve been using.

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Top 5 Ways to Get Ripped Off in Residential Treatment

 

Trying to avoid getting ripped off in your residential treatment selection and experience? I can share, from personal experience, how easy it is to spend over $60,000 on residential treatment and find myself exactly where I started before I began. There is nothing more frustrating than having blown through my family’s finances and two months of my life and having nothing to show for it, yet this was my experience.

Here are my mistakes.

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Seattle Addiction Treatment and Medical Detox Options

Choosing a medical detox facility may be the first step you need to take on your road to recovery.

Medical detox itself comes in a variety of different forms and your medical detox program will be tailored to your own specific, individual situation and relates to the substances you’ve been using.

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How Much is Residential Rehab Really Going to Cost?

The question of rehab prices may not be the only consideration, but it is always among the most important ones in the residential rehab decision. In our previous post "How Much Does Residential Treatment Cost?" we talked in general about rehab prices, discussing what you should expect from a residential treatment center with rehab prices ranging from $20,000 to $65,000 per month.

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How Much Does Inpatient Addiction Treatment Cost? | The Clearing

 

Some inpatient residential treatment centers offer hotel-like amenities and can cost up to $100k/mo. 

Inpatient residential treatment programs are dedicated centers or facilities where people go and "check in" for a specific period of time for addiction treatment. These differ from outpatient addiction treatment programs, which are programs and facilities that people visit on an outpatient basis while they continue to live at home and work at their job.

People needing drug rehab or alcohol rehab often benefit from being able to remove themselves from their normal world and routine for focused, restorative healing at a dedicated inpatient residential treatment program.

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