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Posted by: Wonder | 2010-01-21

more affordable option?

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I did an inpatient programme at a private clinic but cannot afford their secondary out-patient programme. Can I attend another clinic' s secondary out-patient programme if it is more affordable? Or should you rather stick to the same place?

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Dear Wonder

If finances are a genuine concern, there should be absolutely no problem with you going to a cheaper appropriate facility.

However, adhere to protocol and do it through your councellor if you are still in a residential setting currently.

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Posted by: Addictions expert forum | 2010-01-21

Dear Wonder

If finances are a genuine concern, there should be absolutely no problem with you going to a cheaper appropriate facility.

However, adhere to protocol and do it through your councellor if you are still in a residential setting currently.

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