Standard inpatient addiction treatment facilities cost between $14,000 and $27,000 for a 30-day program, and outpatient treatment can cost up to $500 per session.
Detoxification (detox)—the removal of substances from the body—costs about $600 to $1,000 a day.
Traditional opiate addiction treatment is expensive.
And treatment is not the only thing that breaks the bank.
Being addicted to opiates can also be expensive.
Many people that use opiates daily spend hundreds of dollars to thousands of dollars a month on opiates, and this really adds up.
I have a client that I just did a consult with, and he said he makes $300,000 a year, but he spends $50,000 a year on oxycodone and oxymorphone.
That's a very expensive habit.
The Retail Value of Ultimate Opiate Detox 2.0 is $597...
But luckily, I'm selling the program for only $197.
Just think if you paid $197 one time, used the strategies you learned in the program, then quit opiates for good and felt great.
How much money would you save over the weeks, months, or years by not having to purchase opiates anymore?
Right before I quit, I had an opiate habit that cost me on average $45 a day.
Thus, I saved $1,350 a month due to quitting opiates, and now I've been clean for 5.5 years, which means I've saved a total of approximately $89,100.
I'd say that spending $197 one time to save that kind of money is worth it.