Yes, initially and perhaps only one time in treatment. This should probably be an issue for individual states to handle. The question is how effective these treatments are and what is the stats on whether individuals will relapse or not. If they relapse back into addiction are they still qualified for treatment and rehabilitation services. This could prove very costly and at some point services may become subpar and lacking. Of course, it is wonderful and worthwhile to the individual and families of those who are truly committed to being clean and no longer addicted. Should individuals who fall back into an addiction be fined or go to jail. Repeat offenders can’t continue to take advantage of treatment programs at no cost to them if they are not committed to being responsible for their own wellbeing. This so applicable to other illnesses as well.