DRS is very proud to announce that our call center partner RNT CONSULTING LLC has got their accreditation from the state of Florida. See it here

 This certification confirms that our call center has met the standard ofthroughout the state of Florida regarding the services offered to our clients reaching our website.

One of the problems within the field of addiction is some "referral agencies" are, in fact, owned by treatment centers to fill their beds, which is by itself misleading visitors. This is widely covered on the Internet https://theintercept.com/2017/10/17/google-search-drug-use-opioid-epidemic/.

 DRS and RNT CONSULTING LLC are an independent website and call center not owned by any treatment. We are also trying to refer you to treatment that believes in good treatment practice, not rehabs that substitute an addiction with another dependency using medication. We believe that a drug-free life can be achieved. Medication can be used but only for detox purpose.

Our goal is to give you the possibility of attain a drug-free life.


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Drug & Alcohol Rehabs with Private Pay

Drug & Alcohol Treatment Centers with Private Pay in the United States

Throughout the United States, the private drug and alcohol treatment sector is a billion-dollar industry. Private substance abuse rehab centers are located in every state, and within the major cities throughout the US. Every modality of rehabilitation is available through private drug rehab centers, and in fact; more specialized drug treatment options can normally be found within private programs. On a broad scale, addicts can find holistic treatment, cognitive programs, behavioral modification, non twelve-step treatment, and individual counseling and therapy. These various facilities will help addicts through addiction problems, drug dependency issues, and every type of substance abuse problem.

Information about Private Pay

Private pay, also called self-payment, basically means that an individual seeking treatment makes the decision to pay for it themselves instead of using insurance.

How successful can a private drug rehabilitation program be for my family?

The success of a private drug and alcohol treatment center is only determined by what the patient puts into it, and how willing they are to make changes. It is very common that a client within a program will fight the process, and may even want to leave the center. Families of addicts must understand that this is all normal, and when the addict begins to see positive changes, they will start to become more receptive to the treatment process. Private drug rehabilitation programs do offer extensive treatment processes for their patients, and can deliver more specialized care for each client.

What does private drug rehab cost?

The cost of private drug and alcohol treatment will be different for each program; this is because there are short-term facilities and long-term treatment options. The length of time will primarily determine what the cost will be for a private drug rehab center. Typically, the cost will range between $10,000 and $40,000, and everything in between; fortunately private centers have many different payment options available, and in some cases state funded health insurance can cover some of the cost. Private drug rehab centers do provide excellent programs for addicts, and they will work with families to make it happen financially.

Will a private drug treatment program be like a vacation?

There is a common misconception that a private drug and alcohol rehab program will be like a vacation for the patient, as there are many amenities and luxuries to help a client feel comfortable. It is important to understand that it is not a vacation in the sense that a person is simply laying around and relaxing. It can be considered a vacation in a way that a person is getting away from their destructive lifestyle and starting on a new path. There is a great deal of work involved with drug rehabilitation, and there will be many barriers to overcome, but this whole process all leads to an addict becoming the person they once were, and starting their new life.