New scholarship funding means more people can get help fighting addiction | MinnPost

Getting — and staying — sober can be expensive.

With prices running as high as $32,000 or more for one month of residential treatment, even people with good insurance coverage and supportive family and friends can find it hard to scrape up enough cash to get the help they need to fight their addictions.

And what if the first — or even second — round of treatment doesn’t stick? People who’ve acknowledged their addictions but still need extra support to push them out of their lives for good may have an even harder time coming up with the cash needed for a sobriety “tune up.” That means that many people who could use help just don’t get it.

Source: New scholarship funding means more people can get help fighting addiction | MinnPost

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