Given the current epidemic of opioid addiction the demand for effective treatment for all kinds of addiction continues to grow and so to does the cost. Some health insurance will cover the cost of 30 day treatment which is all very well if you have health insurance and are currently employed. However, many people taken down by their addiction and at their bottom rarely have a job or health insurance. So how does one fund expensive Drug Rehab. There may be a chance depending on which state you live in to avail of public health services detox and treatment but this is not readily available and the waiting lists are long. Of course in many cases you are dealing with life or death and time is of the essence especially at the moment where the addict is compliant and willing to enter treatment. Leave it for 24 hours and they may just be high again.
So does one fund addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one? This article from Drug Rehab Comparison http://www.drugrehabcomparison.com/research/funding-addiction-treatment/ covers the basics and you can also go to their site and download a comprehensive treatment guide written by recovering addicts sharing their own cumulative experiences. http://www.drugrehabcomparison.com/addiction-treatment-guide/
If you find yourself in legal difficulties over your addictions you will need a criminal defense attorney and that can get very expensive not to mention the damage to your record, life and career.