My Treatment Lender.com Provides Loans for Drug, Alcohol and Eating Disorder Treatment Centers
Your recovery comes first at My Treatment Lender .com. We offer loans for treatment, financing for rehab, loans for substance abuse treatment, eating disorder treatment. We offer competitive rates and make it affordable for you to receive treatment.
PRLog -- My Treatment Lender.com is proud to announce that they have partnered up with Prosper.com to provide loans to people in need of drug, alcohol, substance abuse and/or eating disorders.
My Treatment Lender.com's motto is recovery comes first. Their goal is to get as many people into treatment as possible. By teaming up with Proper.com, My Treatment Lender.com (http://www.mytreatmentlender.com)
Adlai Rust, CEO of My Treatment Lender.com, a subsidiary of Pacific Healthcare Solutions, says, "My Treatment Lender.com was formed due to the need in the marketplace for a lending company to help people in need of substance abuse, and/or eating disorder treatment. Unfortunately, we have seen too many people die needlessly because they either couldn't afford treatment or didn't have the insurance to pay for it.
Due to the stigma attached with drug, alcohol and eating disorders, we found many lenders unwilling to lend money for treatment. We took it upon ourselves to develop a lending program for substance abuse and eating disorder treatment where we could get more people into treatment centers, and thus, into recovery. We believe that people don't have to suffer from alcoholism, drug addiction or eating disorders. There is a solution. By providing financing for rehab, we hope to be able to give people who want to recover the best chance possible.
We provide loans to people who don't have any insurance, or if they do, we can lend them money to pay for their high deductibles, co-pays, or when their insurance company denies their benefits because they are deemed to be "medically stable." Unlike other treatment lending companies, we do not charge the treatment center fees to lend money to their future clients. Some treatment finance companies charge the treatment center $695 to join, or $250 per month and then they have to pay loan origination fees. We believe that the relationship is between the lender and the borrower. Why should a treatment center have to pay a company for the right to lend money to their future clients?"
For more information, please contact Adlai Rust, CEO of My Treatment Lender.com at 1-800-440-4616 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.