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Getting yourself or someone you love into treatment can be the single most life-changing and meaningful event in that person’s life. Although the costs of addiction and alcoholism outweigh that of treatment, in the long run, coming up with the funds to get someone admitted into a worthwhile facility often seems like an impossibility.

Because of the perceived high cost of rehabilitation facilities, only a tiny percentage of people with addiction undergo treatment. In fact, according to a 2009 study by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, only 11.2 percent of the people of the 23.5 million people who need treatment for a drug or alcohol problem actually entered a facility to address it. The ramifications of leaving an addiction untreated are not only more costly down the road, they also can spell tragedy and heartache.

This massive gap between those who require treatment and those who actually pursue it is a cause for concern that Serenity Springs Recovery Center proactively addresses continuously and tirelessly. To remedy this disparity, Serenity Springs is always proud to announce that it continues to offer partial scholarships to accommodate those dissuaded from enrolling into treatment due to costs. Every year, Serenity Springs allocates funds that are used specifically and only for providing affordable opportunities to enter treatment. As it is the beginning of the 2017 calendar year, these resources are maximized and prepared to be provided for this sole purpose.

Our admissions team will do everything in its power to compassionately work with all inquiries to ensure that the most suitable agreement will be reached. This experience includes twelve step immersion, therapeutic services, an emphasis on health and wellness, psychiatric and medical services and so much more. The program has proven time and time again to be a recipe for success and enduring sobriety.

Contact Serenity Springs today and learn more about this opportunity to achieve lasting recovery for yourself or somebody you love.