Frequently Asked Questions

Have a question about what the treatment process is like? You've come to the right place. Read on below to learn more about inpatient drug and alcohol rehab and the intake process.

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When Can I Get In?
Depending on the time of day and day of the week you call, an Admissions Advisor can help you get in to treatment within 24 to 48 hours. Our goal is to help you get the best care as soon as possible!
How Do I Get to Treatment?
Admissions Advisors regularly help coordinate travel arrangements for our clients and it's common for people to get treatment away from their circle of influence. Call an Admissions Advisor for help with travel.
Do I Need Insurance?
You do not need to have medical insurance to get treatment. You have a wide range of other options including financing, payment plans and you can apply for insurance now and get treatment later.
I'm Not Sure I Can Afford it...
Before you decide against treatment for financial reasons, give an Admissions Advisor a call. We've been able to help people when they feel all is lost. If you have the will, we'll help you find a way.
Do You Offer Detox Services?
Yes. Detox is a regular aspect of treatment for many individuals. Depending on your substance of choice and your long-term treatment location, your detox program may be conducted in the long-term treatment center where you'll get the majority of your treatment or it may happen off-site at a health organization that specializes solely in medically supervised detox programs.
What Types of Insurance do You Accept?
Each of our facilities takes different forms of insurance and, in addition, every health insurance policy is different from all others. You Admissions Advisor will determine your insurance benefits for you and give you options for treatment after benefits are verified.
Do You Have a Wait List?
Thankfully, no. One of the most uniques aspects of our company is that we help people enter treatment nationwide so if one of our facilities is full, there's always another bed available somewhere else. Our Admission Advisors can help get you in to treatment anywhere, any time.
What Should I Bring to Treatment?
This is an important question. Each of our facilities maintains different policies on what you can and can't bring to treatment. Most all agree you should bring 3-5 changes of clothes, exercise clothing and tennis shoes, basic toiletries and personal effects. If you are on prescription medication, tell your Admissions Advisor. Universally banned items include weapons, drugs, alcohol, pornography or any other potentially harmful or offensive material.
Is There a Blackout Period?
In many treatment centers it is common for new clients being admitted to have restricted communication with the outside word for days to a few weeks upon entry. This is designed to decrease the likelihood someone in treatment will be influenced to use and leave treatment without giving their chance at recovery the attention it deserves. Admissions Advisors are able to help you understand rules of each facility. All facilities take special circumstances in to consideration.
What is Treatment Like?
Drug and alcohol treatment is different for everyone but there are common elements in most treatment centers. For example, you'll take part in group therapy, individual counseling, exercise and a scheduled day. Your program of treatment may include detox followed by 30, 60 or 90 days of treatment. During the final stages of long-term care, you begin aftercare planning where you'll make decisions about ongoing care and therapy as well as residential and occupational decision making if you need it.
Can I Leave Treatment?
Yes. Treatment for alcohol and drug dependence is not like jail, prison or involuntary psychiatric care. You are free to leave whenever you choose. That being said, you are not free to |gq6|come and go|gq6| as you please. Successful treatment programs are structured, there's a daily, consistent schedule and this is designed to mirror the responsibilities of sober life in the outside world.
How Long Will Treatment Take?
The length of your treatment program is entirely up to you. Many treatment centers offer 30, 60 and 90 day programs. Their are options for longer term outpatient programs and sober living options after long-term care. Your Admissions Advisor can help you select the best option for you before you enter treatment. Your Treatment Team at your treatment facility will respond to your needs and if you feel you need to stay longer, they will accommodate your needs.