How Much Does an Intervention Cost?
If you’ve reached the point where an intervention is the only logical choice to get your loved one the help they need, then you’ll want to make sure it’s done the right way. For that reason, you’ve probably looked into hiring an intervention specialist.
Below we examine the benefits you’ll receive from working with an intervention specialist and dive into the common costs surrounding an intervention.
Common Costs of Drug Intervention Specialists
The costs will vary depending on the company or individual you decide to work with on an intervention.
Common costs for an intervention service will range from $2,500 all the way up to $10,000. The price will depend on the level of service offered and their experience with interventions.
When considering hiring a professional, it’s important you choose someone with years of experience and the proper accreditation. Even though it might be cheaper to go with an intervention specialist who has little experience, it might not get you the result you desire.
When considering costs, keep in mind the ultimate value of the result. The upfront costs might seem high, but in exchange, you’re increasing the chances your loved one will attend rehab and get their life back on track. How much is that worth to you?
You probably have a lot of questions related to the overall costs of an intervention. Below you’ll find answers to some of the most common intervention-related questions:
Does Insurance Cover Drug Intervention?
Depending on your level of coverage and the provider you’re using a portion of your costs might be offset by your insurance. To find out, get in contact with your insurance provider, or review the specifics of your plan.
Can an Intervention Be Free?
An intervention will be free if you conduct it yourself. But, remember, you’ll have to handle all of the initial planning, as well as, the process of the actual intervention yourself.
Are There Any Discounts Available?
Some rehab facilities and intervention providers might be able to offer financing options or monthly payments to cover the cost of the intervention. Get in contact with the facility, or individual, you would like to hire and see what their payment options are.
Do I have to Hire a Third-Party?
During an intervention, you might recommend your loved one attend a certain rehab facility you’ve already done your research on, or have already contacted. Some rehab facilities do provide an intervention service that might even be bundled with the overall cost of rehab.
If you’re looking for an intervention specialist or rehab facility, that’ll enable your loved one to finally achieve the sobriety they deserve, then get in touch with the team at The Recovery Village Ridgefield today.
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