As soon as you call, our staff will gather the necessary information for your personal intake assessment.
We want to plan the best course of action for your treatment. That’s why our intake assessment is designed to help our team determine your eligibility, most appropriate level of care, and individual needs.
We believe recovery should be available to anyone in need of care. Which is why we work directly with your insurance provider to find the best option for you.
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We accept most major health plans to help you pay for your drug rehabilitation treatment. Verify your benefits coverage online or check with your health insurance carrier for final determination regarding specific covered services. Usually, prescription drugs used in treatment like methadone and suboxone are covered, but not always.
It starts with understanding. We’ll walk you through the various components of addiction recovery and break down how our treatment programs work within this process.
Feel at home, before you arrive. Traveling to an unfamiliar place for recovery can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. We’re with you every step of the way, regularly communicating with you throughout your travel.
Your Confidentiality Is Our Top Priority
The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab observes the rights of all individual’s privacy and holds each person’s confidentiality in the highest regard. Addiction to commonly abused drugs like alcohol and heroin is extremely sensitive.
Any information disclosed must be done with the written consent of the client prior to discussing any information following all requirements according to HIPAA guidelines. Upon arrival at The Recovery Village Drug and Alcohol Rehab, each client is given the opportunity to complete all necessary releases of information to provide the ability of staff to discuss important information with those that the client feels are important for continuity of care. No information will be disclosed to any party without the written, documented consent of the client.
Build a family-away-from-family. Like any kinship, recovery requires openness, honesty, and willingness. Before treatment can begin, our staff will work to assess your current state through key assessments to best develop your individualized treatment plan.