For many celebrities, a trip to rehab requires not only a tremendous mental and emotional commitment, but an exorbitant financial one, too.
The habits of stars such as Lindsay Lohan have left quite a dent in their bank accounts. The "Liz & Dick" actress, who seems to have turned her life around after undergoing five stints in rehab, likely spent more than $150,000 on her numerous trips to the hush-hush haven.
A notorious celebrity rehab hot spot, the Betty Ford Center has played host to a long list of celebrities seeking help with battling their demons: Robert Downey Jr., Drew Barrymore, Anna Nicole Smith, Elizabeth Taylor and Tony Curtis have all visited the California institution. But we have a feeling that the cost of treatment is far steeper for this generation of young Hollywood.
"Adults 18 years of age and older come to the Betty Ford Center for treatment because their life under the influence of alcohol and/or other drugs has become unmanageable," the center says. "Our Inpatient Program provides a thorough clinical and medical assessment, detoxification, and primary treatment services."
For 30-day inpatient treatment, an addict seeking help will have to pony up $32,000 for all-inclusive supervised detoxification services, though any medication is an added cost. Those of a certain age eager to kick their habit for good can also opt for the 90-day young adult track, which will set them back $61,000.
Lohan's $150,000 rehab estimate, which is likely on the low side, is nearly 10 percent of her net worth (reportedly $2 million) -- not chump change for someone who has had a tough time, as of late, nailing down a job.
Robert Downey Jr.
After years of struggling with cocaine and heroin addiction and serving jail time, the actor is clean and sober.
Singer Amy Winehouse was found dead in her London home on July 23, 2011. The 27-year-old singer's life was cut short due to accidental alcohol poisoning. <em>CORRECTION: In an earlier version of this slideshow, the date Ms. Winehouse died was incorrect. She died on July 23, 2011.</em>
The 25-year-old actress has spent the last five years in and out of rehab and still stuggles to stay sober today.
In February 2011 Charlie Sheen claimed he was clean of drugs and alcohol, but high on himself. The actor has publicity struggled with addiction for years, but many doubt his claims of sobriety.
Drew was famously an addict as a child. By her own admission she said she had her first drink at 9, began smoking marijuana at 10 and began using cocaine at 12. By age 13 she entered rehab and has maintained her sobriety since.
The comedian overcame a cocaine addiction, but headed back to rehab after 20 years of sobriety in 2006 to address his issues with alcohol.
The Black Eyed Peas singer kicked a crystal meth and ecstasy habit.
An accidental overdose of prescription medication killed the actor on Jan. 22, 2008.