Australians now have the option to access their superannuation early for drug and alcohol rehab.
At Lanna Rehab, we understand that by the time people are in the right headspace to attend rehab, they aren’t always financially able to. With this in mind, we are pleased to welcome payment via superannuation accessed funds.
Making treatment more accessible to Australians who need it, means they can seek help sooner. Timing is everything, and access to care now – instead of in months or years – means our clients have more time to go on to lead fulfilling lives.
Superannuation is for retirement, but my meth addiction might have killed me before I got there,`` says Ash* 32 years old, Strathfield.
Ash, pictured here with CEO Darren Lockie, struggled for years with addiction. She tried 12 step treatment and free alternatives, but they didn’t work for her. The prospect of costly treatment options prevented her from getting the help she needed.
From the time she applied for superannuation funded treatment to the day she arrived in care at Lanna Rehab, it only took 10 days.
“Lanna helped me with the application. They covered the cost of the medical assessment I needed before coming. I was not in a state to do paperwork but they made it really easy and simple.”
“Having the burden of payment off my mind meant I could focus on my recovery and rebuilding my life.”
Many Australians, like Ash, struggle with addiction from drugs or alcohol.
At Lanna Rehab, we are Australian own and operated. We have had 100% success rate at applying for superannuation funded rehab.
Any early access to superannuation should be discussed with your investment advisor to be sure you understand the financial implications of early superannuation release.
Need more information? Keith paid for his rehab via early access superannuation funds. He stayed at Lanna Rehab for three months in 2019. Watch him share his story, in his own words.