KENNESAW, Ga., Sept. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the toughest factors for people looking for private drug and alcoholrehabilitation programs is often accessibility. This usually translates to finances, as treatment programs can be costly. Now there is another resource available for people to use who need additional financing to be able to access their desired rehab
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Advanced Recovery Resources has recently partners up with Lending Point in order to provide access to additional capital for people who need the money to pay for substance abuse treatment and related expenses. The avenue to do so is the website AdditionTreatmentFinancing.com. Through this partnership, qualified applicants can get between $3,500 and $20,000 in an unsecured and make payments over a period of 24 - 36 months, making treatment much more affordable.
Even though the Affordable Care Act and other insurance reforms have made treatment more accessible than ever, there are still usually deductibles, co-insurance and out of pocket maximums that have to be met. These usually total several thousand dollars in themselves.
What makes these loans unique to this space is that the money can be used for any treatment center that you choose, rather than being tied only to participating locations or service providers. It can also be used to cover other necessary expenses, such as intervention fees, travel costs and more.
If you are seeking financial help for a drug or alcohol rehab program, visit AdditionTreatmentFinancing.com today for more information on availability and qualifications today. Getting access to private treatment centers is now more of a reality than ever.
Advanced Recovery Resources
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