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Drug Rehabs With Sliding Scale Fees

Drug Rehabs that offer Sliding scale fees are variable costs for treatment services, or taxes based on one's ability to pay for addiction treatment. Such fees are thereby reduced for those who have lower incomes or less money to spare after their personal expenses and regardless of income a person can obtain treatment.

A drug treatment organization may have various motivations for offering a product at a sliding scale. These may include the desire to be charitable to those less able to afford addiction treatment, their ability to get a tax deduction for offering their services as charity, or their ability to benefit from the revenue even from a partial payment
Some drug rehabilitation organizations may have their profits that would have been obtained from a full-price sale subsidized by some other means. These may include charging a higher cost to a wealthier client, obtaining grants from government agencies or non-profit organizations, or obtaining a tax deduction.

Whatever the motivation the sliding scale payment method makes addiction treatment available to almost anyone.


Nearby Listings For Beaver, West Virginia

FMRS Health Systems Inc
FMRS Health Systems Inc is an alcohol addiction treatment and drug rehabilitation center that is located at 101 South Eisenhower Drive Beckley, WV 25801.You can contact FMRS Health Systems Inc by calling (304) 256-7100.
Types of Services Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Detoxification, Halfway Housing, Outpatient Services, Residential Short-Term Rehab, Residential Long-Term Rehab, Services for Children, Dual Diagnosis, Pregnant Women, Women, Residential Beds for Children, Men, DUI Offenders, Hearing Impaired Clients
Payment Structure & FormsSliding-Scale Fee


Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Veterans Affairs Medical Center is a drug addiction treatment and alcohol treatment center that is located at 1 Medical Center Drive Clarksburg, WV 26301.You can contact Veterans Affairs Medical Center by calling (304) 623-3461.
Types of Services Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Detoxification, Outpatient Services, Residential Short-Term Rehab, Hospital Inpatient Services
Payment Structure & FormsSliding-Scale Fee


Presteras Addiction Recovery Centers
Presteras Addiction Recovery Centers is an alcohol treatment and drug rehab program that is located at 1143 Dunbar Avenue Dunbar, WV 25064.You can contact Presteras Addiction Recovery Centers by calling (304) 766-7336x1511.
Types of Services Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Outpatient Services, Dual Diagnosis, Women, Men, DUI Offenders, Hearing Impaired Clients
Payment Structure & FormsSliding-Scale Fee


Southern West Virginia
Southern West Virginia is a drug rehab and alcohol treatment center that is located at 201 Woodlawn Avenue Beckley, WV 25801.You can contact Southern West Virginia by calling (304) 253-1441.
Types of Services Halfway Housing, Residential Long-Term Rehab
Payment Structure & FormsSliding-Scale Fee


Behavioral Health Services of
Behavioral Health Services of is an alcohol rehab and drug rehabilitation program that is located at 99 Tavern Road Martinsburg, WV 25401.You can contact Behavioral Health Services of by calling (304) 263-7023.
Types of Services Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Detoxification, Outpatient Services, Services for Children, DUI Offenders, Hearing Impaired Clients, Spanish Speaking
Payment Structure & FormsSliding-Scale Fee


Southern Highlands Comm MH Center Inc
Southern Highlands Comm MH Center Inc is an alcohol rehab and drug rehabilitation center that is located at Wyoming County Office 102 Howard Avenue Mullens, WV 25882.You can contact Southern Highlands Comm MH Center Inc by calling (304) 294-5353.
Types of Services Mental Health and Substance Abuse Treatment, Outpatient Services, DUI Offenders
Payment Structure & FormsSliding-Scale Fee


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