50 Percent Discount on Outpatient Treatment

Jerrod Menz
(800) 757-9867
jerrod@abttc.com

A BETTER TOMORROW TREATMENT CENTER OFFERS 50 PERCENT DISCOUNT ON ITS INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT SERVICES

“We are seeing more people who need addiction treatment and counseling as a result of the worsening economy.”

Jerrod Menz, President, A Better Tomorrow Treatment Center Inc.

MURRIETA, Calif., Feb. 23, 2009 ? A Better Tomorrow Treatment Center Inc. is offering a 50 percent discount on its intensive outpatient treatment services to accommodate individuals who are developing drug or alcohol addiction problems as a result of job losses and economic stress.

“We are seeing more people who need addiction treatment and counseling as a result of the worsening economy,” said Jerrod Menz, A Better Tomorrow’s president, adding, “By reducing our outpatient treatment fees, we can get more of these people into treatment and perform a community service during these difficult economic times.”

Unlike A Better Tomorrow’s standard 28-day inpatient treatment program, which includes 36 hours a week of counseling and group activities, the outpatient program provides three hours of treatment three days a week. Sessions are available in the evening, although morning and mid-day sessions are also available upon request.

Menz said A Better Tomorrow is providing outpatient treatment services for three hours, three days a week for $2,990 per month, which is half its standard rate for outpatient treatment.

“Outpatient treatment is ideal for people who want to stop their addictive behavior before it takes over their lives,” Menz said. “It also gives people the ability to quietly deal with their addiction issues in a responsible way without having to take time off of work.”

Most major health insurance providers, including Cigna, Magellan, PHCS, MHN and Value Options, cover A Better Tomorrow’s intensive outpatient treatment services, although out of network agreements can also be negotiated. “If we find that an individual requires more intensive treatment than what we normally provide on an outpatient basis, we will contact their insurance provider to see what other treatment options they will cover,” Menz said.

Based in Murrieta, Calif., A Better Tomorrow has the highest level of accreditation that can be obtained by a drug or alcohol treatment center. The clinic is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), placing it in the top 5 percent of drug and alcohol treatment clinics in California. For more information about A Better Tomorrow, please contact Jerrod Menz at (800) 757-9867. Additional information is available on the clinic’s website at http://www.abttc.com/.