How long will I have to stay in inpatient care?

It is recommended that people receive at least a week of inpatient treatment. Sometimes people need more time than this, and other people end up needing less. The amount of and the severity of use greatly affects the amount of time that a person will need to be in professional care.

If you are able to, it is recommended that you remain in professional supervision at least through the first few days. This is often when things become the toughest, and you are at your most vulnerable.

Will insurance cover my treatment?

Addiction is a medically recognized condition, and in modern times most insurance companies have started offering coverage for treatment.

Even if your insurance will not cover the cost entirely, it is likely that they will at least cover a portion of it. However, this varies based on providers, and you will have to double check when them to be certain about what costs they will and will not cover.

In the event that your insurance does not cover detox and rehabilitation services, we do offer flexible payment plans. Recovery is important to us, and we do our best to make sure that our services are accessible and affordable.

What will I have to do while in rehab?

The rehabilitation process involves a few different things. We tailor of treatment programs to the individual to make sure that each person is having their own unique needs met (within reason and to the best of our ability).

Some things that you may be required to participate in as a part of your treatment are counseling, group sessions,  life skills classes, meditation classes, etc. While you do not have to be social, it is important that you are willing to be productive and participate during the group.

How effective is the treatment?

Research shows that people who partake in treatment programs are less likely than those who do not get preprofessional help to relapse. Our rehabilitation programs not only help you with the process of detoxing, but they also provide you with valuable life skills that will help you to repair your relationship with yourself and with the people in your life.

The combination of being assisted through the detox process, and receiving extra support through our many counseling programs puts you ahead of the curve when it comes to recovery. We do not just help with the physical withdrawal symptoms; it is our goal to help you with repairing the parts of your life that lead to addiction in the first place.

What if I experience a relapse?

If you experience a relapse, it is essential to not be hard on yourself. Sadly, relapse does happen quite often. This is why we strongly encourage the people that go through our detoxification program to participate in an aftercare regimen.

Having an aftercare plan in place greatly reduces the chance of having a relapse. There are many aftercare practices to choose from, and we would be happy to help you find the correct one for yourself and your unique needs.

Am I allowed to leave early?

Leaving before completing your treatment is up to you. It is strongly discouraged for obvious reasons, but legally we cannot force you to stay. Being in treatment can be an emotional process. Many people become overwhelmed and decide to leave simply because they are anxious.

However, remaining in treatment is your best option when it comes to handling these emotions. This is because we have the proper staff and trained professionals on call to assist you in processing these difficult emotions.