Standard inpatient treatment for alcohol addiction will run you between $15,000 and $30,000 for a 30-day program. Outpatient treatment usually costs $500 per session, with most people attending each day for a few weeks at minimum.
When I quit drinking, my alcohol detoxification - in which I was put on medication for alcohol withdrawal and monitored in a hospital - cost over $1,000 per day.
Being addicted to alcohol is also extremely expensive!
Before I quit drinking, I spent about $20 per day at liquor stores. On weekends, I would order drinks at restaurants and bars, often spending well over $100 (sometimes MUCH more) per weekend on alcohol.
Estimating conservatively, using the numbers above, I've saved over $50,000 since I successfully quit drinking.
Unfortunately for me, that means that I've barely broken even because I went to an expensive rehab center.
Luckily for you, I'm sharing with you in this course all of the methods that will help you avoid relapsing like the >90% of people who attend these places.
The full retail value of Total Alcohol Recovery 2.0 is $597.
Because I want to make it widely available, I'm pricing it at $197.
Given that I used to spend $240 per week at minimum on alcohol (that's $20 per day plus my $100 weekend binges), I think this is a darn good deal.
This is much less expensive than my coaching packages, even though I'll be sharing with you a TON of information normally reserved for private clients!