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Sep 18, 2017
by Detox of South Florida

TUFTS Substance Abuse Rehabilitation and Detox Coverage

If you suspect that you have an addiction, the best course of action is to seek help. You often don’t see it as a problem until it starts hurting others, so why wait? Some people will answer with, “I can’t afford it,” and find their own way to treating themselves. This doesn’t always work out.… read more

Booze, but Not Booze
Sep 15, 2017
by Detox of South Florida

Booze, but Not Booze

There has to be a good reason why you’re in a bar and you’re not drinking alcohol. Good reasons can be: that you’re sworn sober, the designated driver, or you had too much last night. Want to enjoy a night out and feel part of a celebration but can’t consume alcohol? Introducing the Non-Alcoholic Cocktails,… read more

Harvard Pilgrim’s Drug and Alcohol Rehab Coverage
Sep 14, 2017
by Detox of South Florida

Harvard Pilgrim’s Drug and Alcohol Rehab Coverage

One misconception that many have is that addiction is a choice. It’s believed that a person can stop using the substance that they are abusing whenever they want. The truth is that addiction is a disease. And like other diseases, it needs treatment. If not, it would lead to permanent damages to the person’s health,… read more

Hartford Healthcare Rehabilitation Coverage
Sep 13, 2017
by Detox of South Florida

Hartford Healthcare Rehabilitation Coverage | West Palm Beach

Hartford Healthcare’s behavioral health network focuses on helping people struggling with addiction. Their program is the Medication Assisted Treatment Close to Home or MATCH. MATCH assists the rehabilitation for patients of all ages. Studies have made a link between behavioral issues and addiction. Drugs and alcohol are often used as a gateway mechanism. Sometimes, people… read more

Sep 12, 2017
by Detox of South Florida

Cigna Rehabilitation Coverage

Addiction has damaged many lives around the world. Experts have developed treatments to battle against addiction. And yet, many who suffer from addiction choose not to get treated. One of the many factors for this decision is the potential medical bills. Some would choose not to deal with their addiction at all. Others may experiment… read more

Carefirst Coverage for Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation
Sep 11, 2017
by Detox of South Florida

Carefirst Coverage for Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation | Miami FL

One of the top reasons why people can’t get proper healthcare, is the expenses. Is rehabilitation more expensive than continuing the addiction? Short-term answer, yes. Rehabilitation can cost around $10,000 and can go as high as $50,000, but there’s something else to consider: your health. Health is Wealth, and the long-term answer is no. The… read more

Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation
Sep 8, 2017
by Detox of South Florida

Blue Cross Alcohol and Drug Rehabilitation Coverage | Orlando Florida

A question normally asked when treating addiction is “Will my health insurance cover it?” Let’s face it, getting addiction treatment is often out of reach for the average person. It’s enough to keep people from getting the help they really need, but it all changed when the Affordable Care Act was established. Now, insurance companies… read more

Alcoholism When to Get Help
Sep 7, 2017
by Detox of South Florida

Alcoholism: When to Get Help

Alcohol is a part of human living. It’s used as fuel, antiseptic, solvent, and most popularly, a beverage. People line up bars to relax and kill their stresses away with a  good swig. The problem lies on when this swigging becomes a problem. How can you tell if you’re an alcoholic? Can you call a… read more

Alcoholism, the Line in the Sand
Sep 6, 2017
by Detox of South Florida

Alcoholism, the Line in the Sand | West Palm Beach

For the normal, healthy adult, moderate alcohol intake isn’t that harmful. Technically though, alcohol is poison to the body, it’s just that our liver can handle it most of the time. With those two facts, can we really say that drinking alcohol is bad? If it doesn’t have a relatively bad effect on the body,… read more

Alcoholics
Sep 5, 2017
by Detox of South Florida

Alcoholics: When Did the Fun End?

Properly defining if a person is an alcoholic is no easy task. There are several factors you have to consider, some of them hidden from view. One person could be calmly sipping a mojito on a bar corner. Another could be downing his or her third can of beer. Are they both alcoholics? Yes and… read more

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