Frequently Asked Questions About Addiction & Treatment
Acknowledging one's own addiction and then committing to seeking treatment help are crucial but often-difficult decisions made in early recovery. Many individuals worry about how the addiction treatment process will affect their lives—the unknown can be scary. The more knowledge you have about addiction rehab—including what to expect when entering a treatment program, the length of time you might spend in the program, and costs associated with the program—the less overwhelming your journey to recovery can be.
Here are answers to some of the questions you may have about the addiction rehab process. For additional question please call us at (866) 468-5358 and one of out admissions specialist will help answer and questions you may have.
In order to provide the level of treatment our clients have come to expect, we do not permit cellphones in our detox or residential facilities. If you bring a mobile phone, staff will securely store your device until it is permitted for use.
You can arrange visits during business hours. Our treatment team will manage these visits.
We accept payments from most major insurance carriers. Depending on your level of insurance, you may be responsible for covering a portion of your treatment. If you’re not sure about your insurance coverage, a member of staff will help you contact your insurance company to find out. We also provide additional payment options to underinsured or uninsured clients.
The length of stay depends on your personal treatment needs and the level of your insurance coverage. You will have full say in the decision with your clinical team. Our priority is for you to receive the most in-depth treatment for your personal needs.
Upon your arrival, one of the behavioral health technicians (BHT) will greet you and assist with your belongings. Afterward, you will be taken to a private room so you can sign a consent for treatment. This document is important, as it grants us permission to treat your alcohol or substance use disorder. There will be an orientation after that.
Yes, every client will talk with a board-certified physician. Additionally, clients have access to a range of other clinical and medical professionals.
We Work With
Most Major Insurance Providers
We work with most major PPO & POS insurance plans to help cover most of the costs associated with our program. To find out if your insurance will cover the cost of our program, click the button below for a FREE consultation and insurance verification. Help is within your reach, don’t let addiction win.