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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Services with Sliding Fee Scale in Arizona

Did you know this about rehabs with sliding fee scale?

Sliding fee scales are variable prices for drug and alcohol treatment and are based on the patient’s ability to pay. Sliding fee scales only work for people who have lower incomes, less money to spare, no health insurance, or no stable income. Many non-profit drug treatment centers may offer sliding fee scales to help patients.

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Substance abuse and addiction can become a long-term problem if the proper help is not gotten. Unfortunately, many addicts become deterred from treatment because of the cost. It is not uncommon for some of the drug rehab centers throughout the state of Arizona to offer a sliding fee scale for payment. This will be fees that are variable based upon the client's ability to pay. The fees for the program are reduced for someone who is in a lower-income bracket, for example, or someone who does not have the financial means to pay for treatment. When searching for drug rehab centers in Arizona, this may be an option to consider, but you should contact the facility and find out if they offer a sliding fee scale payment option. Substance abuse does not have to be a life-long problem, and with the right help, any addict can overcome his or her addiction successfully.

Here is a list of drug and alcohol rehabs with a sliding fee scale payment option in Arizona. The list can be incomplete so please do not hesitate to contact one of our counselors at 1-800-304-2219.

List of Drug Rehab Programs with Sliding Fee Scale in Arizona

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