FAQ

What is rehab?

Rehabilitation (rehab) refers to a treatment program for anyone dealing with drug or alcohol dependency problems. In most cases rehab is undergone in an inpatient / residential center, although in some cases outpatient services are prescribed.

*The centers we work with mainly provide inpatient services although some outpatient services are available.

What should I look for in a good rehab facility?

When researching rehab centers in your area, you want to try and work with facilities that are reputable and known for good results. Quality rehabilitation centers ensure to educate their patients on topics such as individual and group therapy, detoxification, substance abuse counseling, medication preparation, details on aftercare and much more.

Whether or not you choose to live in housing or attend sessions, your rehab center should always be there to encourage and support you through your entire recovery process.

What is the difference between Individual & Group Therapy?

Some people work better in groups while others work better in a one-on-one type of setting. As straightforward as it sounds, individual sessions involve meetings with your counselor one on one, while group sessions involve more than one person in the session.

Depending on what you’re comfortable with, many of the facilities we work with allow you the option to choose.

How long will my rehab program last?

Since every client we work with has a different history with substance abuse along with varying levels of addiction and mental health issues. There is unfortunately no way of telling exactly how long it will be until you are fully recovered from your program.

You have to take into consideration the types of substances that were being abused. While some stay for alcohol reasons, others stay for a combination of other reasons.

With that being said, rehab programs are generally scheduled for 30 to 60 days. Depending on the center you choose, some programs can last up to 90 days.

What is the difference between Inpatient & Outpatient programs?

Most rehab programs involve housing facilities with isolation in an off-site location. These are generally called inpatient programs. An outpatient program is when the participant has the option to attend sessions during the day or at night with the freedom to go back home once finished.

*Inpatient programs are generally more effective when compared to outpatient programs.

Do you provide services for marijuana addiction?

Unfortunately no. We currently provide programs for cocaine, alcohol, heroin, meth, ecstasy, LSD, barbiturates etc.

How much do rehabilitation programs cost?

Determining the cost of your rehabilitation services depends on a few factors. Will you be staying in housing or will you be attending regular sessions? Will you be choosing a 30-day, a 60-day or 90-day plan? What type of facility will you be choosing for your stay?

These are just a few things that you need to consider when planning a stay with any the rehab center. There are many high-end facilities that are expensive, although there are many others that are reasonable for most consumers seeking assistance.

Is Government Insurance, Medical & Medicare Accepted?

Unfortunately not. All clients must have private health insurance (PPO) / HMO or the financial ability to fund the treatment themselves.

To find more information on substance abuse therapy and the available centers in our area, don’t hesitate to give us a call.