FORT COLLINS, Colo., Sept. 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- For over four years, The Drug Rehab Agency has helped addiction treatment
"Although there are centers funded by the Canadian insurance system, we are finding more and more Canadians are coming to the United States for treatment," said Marcus Hansen, CEO of The Drug Rehab Agency. "We started working with Venture Academy last month to enter into adolescent treatment marketing in Canada, and have been surprised by the amount of Canadians that come to the US for treatment, rather than staying in their home country."
Although the insurance in Canada covers the cost at the federally funded level, that doesn't mean that it is for everyone, and the US market is noticing this. More and more US based addiction centers are targeting the Canadian market to get the cash paying clients.
"With the shift in insurance here in the United States, and the issues treatment centers are having with U.S. insurance companies, they are targeting the cash paying clients in Canada that are looking for a higher level of care."
About The Drug Rehab Agency
The Drug Rehab Agency is an agency that works strictly in the addiction treatment space. Focusing on treatment has allowed them to grow 30% year over year and expand their services to offer everything a new or struggling center needs to be successful. As of today, this includes any Canadian treatment facilities.
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