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 pre-assessment process is designed to help our team determine your eligibility, most appropriate level of care and individual needs.
“We’ll ask you about your substance abuse and history, mental health concerns, eating disorder history (if any), your current environment and other medical information. From here, we’ll start on your initial detox planning.”
– Robert Fishman, Vice President of Admissions
We believe recovery should be available to everyone. That’s why we work directly with most insurance providers to find the best options to pay for your treatment. Often, your provider will even cover any necessary medications, such as methadone and suboxone. You can verify your coverage online, call one of our representatives or check with your provider.
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 and letting you know what to expect.
Before treatment can begin, our staff will work to assess your current state through key assessments to best develop your individualized treatment plan.
There are a variety of reasons to go to rehab, but the biggest ones are that rehab helps reverse the effects of drug or alcohol addiction and increases the chances of maintaining long-term sobriety.
The average cost of substance abuse treatment can vary widely depending on whether you choose a public, private or luxury facility. You may spend nothing at a free clinic but spend $1,500 to $8,000 for treatment at a publicly funded location. Luxury locations can be drastically higher, ranging from $20,000 to $60,000 for treatment. The costs also vary depending on the type of treatment you need, the severity of your addiction and the length of treatment.
When paying for rehab, insurance is one of the most effective ways to minimize costs. Most health insurance providers will cover some or all of the costs of rehab treatment, though providers may only cover certain facilities, types of treatment and levels of care.
Typically, you will be able to continue taking any medications you are prescribed. However, your rehab physician may alter your prescription if it negatively interacts with any medication-assisted treatment (MAT) you are given.
Drug and alcohol treatment programs can vary widely in length depending on the type of treatment and severity of the addiction. Typically, treatment at The Recovery Village takes 35 to 45 days. However, clients in outpatient treatment can continue to work as they are not staying onsite at the facility.
Typically, facility staff does not recommend that inpatient clients work while in treatment. The schedule of treatment, recreation and therapy is specifically designed to promote healing and recovery in a stress-free environment. Introducing work to the equation can create new stressors that affect the recovery process. Computer access within the facility is also limited for clients. However, clients in outpatient treatment can work remotely as they are not staying onsite at the facility.
The Recovery Village is located at 633 Umatilla Boulevard in Umatilla, Florida. In addition to our Umatilla location, we have substance abuse treatment facilities throughout Florida, Ohio, Colorado, Washington, Maryland and New Jersey.
Yes, our multidisciplinary team of experts provides treatment for substance abuse as well as co-occurring mental health disorders. Since addiction and mental health are often intertwined, it’s important to treat both to maximize the chances of long-term recovery.
When staying at a rehab facility, clients will follow a schedule that includes individual and group therapy, physician visits, mealtimes, recreational activities and free periods. For example, a client may get breakfast, attend individual therapy, have lunch, visit their physician, have recreational time, eat dinner, attend group therapy and then take time to be alone or with peers.
Yes, there are designated family weekends and other opportunities to meet with family members. Family involvement in substance abuse treatment can be important, and we provide family therapy for addiction to help families heal, process trauma and find effective ways to communicate.
To help promote healing and remove outside stressors, we do not allow electronics with cameras or internet access, such as tablets or laptops. After a 72-hour stabilization period, cell phone use is allowed for 20-minute intervals three times per week.
It depends on the type of treatment you are receiving, but you always have around-the-clock access to support staff, nurses and counselors outside of clinical visits. Your interactions with doctors will typically be to monitor progress, adjust treatment and address issues.
Patients can take cigarette breaks during designated periods determined by your treatment team. You must bring cigarettes in their original, unopened packaging — make sure that you have enough to last your entire stay. E-cigarettes and vape products are not allowed, but smoking cessation products can be provided.
Rehab is just the beginning of the recovery journey. After rehab, you can expect to continue support group meetings, have routine check-ins with addiction professionals and make use of a wide range of resources and tools for long-term sobriety.
As part of helping clients improve their chances of long-term recovery, we provide aftercare services that continue support long after rehab ends. Transitioning back to daily life without substances can be challenging, so we help clients create relapse prevention plans and follow individualized strategies that help them continue recovery independently.
Yes, our alumni program includes our aftercare services as well as access to recovery groups, meetings, online and live events, follow-up calls and much more.
Sober living communities help people adjust back to day-to-day life in a supportive environment. For some clients, returning home means facing a variety of overwhelming triggers and challenges that are difficult to overcome in early recovery. A sober living house allows someone to continue practicing recovery skills and receive ongoing peer support while staying in a substance-free home.
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. 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.
We can help you overcome your addiction. Our staff is ready and waiting to talk with you now. Take your first step toward freedom today.