Yes, residential treatment may be expensive – but the personal and financial costs of delaying or avoiding treatment can be much higher. We have heard every imaginable excuse for not choosing to admit for treatment, and financial reasons are an excuse we hear often.
Instead of focusing on thecost of going to treatment, consider the many potential costs are of not going to treatment.
- You are wasting valuable time and money every day that you continue to struggle.
- The continued funding of addictive behaviors can prove exceptionally costly.If you miss work because of depression, anxiety, addiction, pain or trauma, you are losing money and likely damaging your career and livelihood.
- Poor physical and emotional health takes a toll and may lead to costly medical bills.
It is important to remember that costs are not limited to those that are financial in nature.
Behavioral health disorders including mood disorders, chronic pain, trauma and addiction impact every area of a person’s life. Issues like these are leading causes of:
- Substance abuse
- Arrest or incarceration
- Financial ruin
- Marital problems
- Legal issues
Addiction and other behavioral health disorders can cost you everything if left untreated. Treatment is an investment in yourself, and aren’t you worth that investment?
At Sierra Tucson, we know that you are.