Questions & Answers

What happens when I call Addiction Friend?

Can addiction be cured?

When is it time to get help?

How can Addiction Friend help?

How much does rehab cost?

How do I pay for addiction treatment?

How long does rehab take?

How is addiction treated?

Does recovery always have to mean abstinence?

Is addiction treatment worth its cost?

Is Insurance Accepted?

What is Addiction Friend?

Is Addiction Friend really free?

What can friends and family do to help?

 

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Questions and Answers

A 28 day stay at an inpatient rehab with a private room ranges from US$7,000 to $14,000. Some rehabs offer shared rooms and facilities and this is reflected in the price. Exclusive options are also available that cost up to US$100,000.

Most inpatient rehabs in Asia require a minimum of 28 days. The total length of stay will depend on your progress during treatment.

In some cases your health insurance may cover some or all of the cost of treatment. Your insurance provider will be best placed to inform you of any restrictions or limitations relating to addiction treatment cover.

You do not have to be referred by a doctor. Prior to attending any rehab you will however be assessed by an addiction professional to establish your needs and circumstances. A reputable rehab will need to gather information from you in order to create an individualised treatment plan that may or may not include inpatient care.

Most rehabs in Asia are of a very high standard. At Addiction Friend, we only recommend services that have a proven track record in providing a high level of care and service.

Most rehabs are all inclusive. The cost of flights is typically not included and there may additional fees for medication and personal items.

Yes! We can make all arrangements for you and liaise with treatment providers to ensure you receive all the information you need to attend treatment.

No! There is no cost to you for using our service.

Treatment is almost always in English. Most rehabs accept patients from all over the world so English is the preferred language unless special arrangements have been made in advance.