To ease your concerns about starting the rehabilitation process, we have prepared answers to many of the questions you may have about drug and alcohol addiction treatment.
Will I lose my job if I go to rehab?
Those who are willing to get help are protected under two federal laws: the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) can also help employed persons get the help that they need.
Why can’t I detox on my own?
Detoxification is the removing of toxins (poisons or harmful things) from the body. Drugs and alcohol are toxins. If a person is dependent/addicted to opioids like OxyContin, Vicodin, Percocet, oxycodone or methadone or to an opiate like heroin, the withdrawal may not be life-threatening, but it is usually so painful that the U. S. government estimates that 95% of the people who try to stop taking these opioids on their own fail to complete their withdrawal. To address the safety issue and the discomfort/pain issues of drug and alcohol withdrawal, we rely on medical detox. The product of a successful medical detox is that the person, in a more comfortable way, no longer has any medical risks caused by no longer taking the drug or drinking alcohol.
Can I use health insurance to cover rehab?
We accept most major insurance carriers and have partnered with trustworthy financing companies to make paying for treatment as stress-fee and simple as possible. Most major insurance plans will cover the majority of drug and alcohol treatment costs but since individual insurance policies vary from person to person, we recommend calling (877) 978-1255 for a free and confidential verification of your insurance benefits. There is zero obligation when calling to speak with one of our Treatment Specialists.
What if I don’t have insurance or my policy doesn’t cover 100% of my treatment?
If you do not have private health insurance or if your plan does not cover the cost of rehab, we have programs and options available to make paying for treatment as easy and stress-free as possible.
Private or Cash Pay
Some clients and their loved ones choose to take advantage of our private payment option. This option is carries the benefit of confidentiality for clients who are seeking to maintain privacy.
Financing and Loans
The most important thing right now is getting the life saving help that you need. We’ve partnered with Prosper Healthcare Lending to make sure that our quality treatment is accessible to as many people as possible