Q: Do you take insurance?
A: We do not take insurance directly, but we will help you every step of the way with getting reimbursed by your insurance provider. Our dedicated insurance coordinator will verify your benefits and obtain any necessary pre-authorization. Our clinical team will review your progress to see if your insurance company will authorize additional time in treatment, and we will submit the claim forms on your behalf.
Q: How much does treatment cost?
A: The cost of your treatment will vary according to the program you enroll in and your length of stay. A Center for Recovery offers multiple programs and levels of care, which enable us to personalize your care and create affordable treatment options. Please call our intake department at 877-403-3381 to create a program that meets your financial needs.
Q: What forms of payment are accepted?
A: We accept cashier’s checks, wire transfers, and credit cards, including Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. Treatment financing may also be available from a qualified lender.
Q: What is your success rate?
A: A person’s individual success depends on a lot of different factors. Two of the most critical are finding the right treatment for you and the amount of effort you put into your treatment. Your success also depends on how long you are in treatment and what you do once treatment ends. Research shows that the longer you stay in treatment, the better your chances of success.
A Center for Recovery’s multiple levels of care enable us to customize a treatment program specifically for you to increase your chances of long-term success.
Q: Can I bring my computer, cell phone, and iPod?
A: For the first 30 days of treatment, we ask that you not have your computer or cell phone. We have found these items to be very distracting from your treatment and your success.
You can bring your iPod or other music listening devices. We do allow use of the house phone, and you can have your laptop and cell phone if you move into our extended care program or home for women.
Q: What should I bring to treatment?
A: You should bring enough clothing for about one or two weeks, as you will have access to laundry facilities. You should pack comfortable, casual clothing, work-out and yoga clothes, gym shoes, and a heavy and light jacket. You should bring items such as shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush, and toothpaste. We will supply all bedding, towels, and pillows.