It is normal to feel nervous about entering rehab for the first time. We have outlined these frequently asked questions and have in mind that you can always speak to one of our cunsultants.
I want to keep this confidential. How will Monarch Shores protect my privacy?
Monarch Shores has strict rules when it comes to keeping your information confidential. Monarch Shores must comply with the Federal Confidentiality Regulations and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act standards in order to keep your privacy safe.
How much does drug and alcohol treatment cost?
The cost for addiction treatment can vary based on the type of treatment you will need, and how long your stay will be. We cannot determine the cost of treatment for your rehabilitation until your insurance information is verified. To make this process easier, we can verify your insurance, fast and free. You also have the option to self-pay if you do not have insurance.
How fast can I get into a substance abuse treatment facility?
Our experienced advisors can have you in a treatment facility the same day, pending approval. Our recovery advisors work hard around the clock to provide our clients with the best service for addiction, whether it’s related to alcohol or drugs (both illegal and prescription drugs). We are here to help you find the best treatment to help you overcome your substance abuse problems. Feel free to contact our substance abuse hotline at 949-276-2886. Our recovery advisors are available to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to get you the right treatment you need.
How long does treatment take?
Generally speaking, the rehabilitation services and treatment programs can last anywhere from 30 to 90 days. The rehabilitation and detoxification facilities will determine the length of time treatment is needed based on your specific clinical needs to ensure your recovery is a success.
What insurance can I obtain to cover the cost of addiction treatment?
Monarch Shores helps individuals looking to have a life free from substance abuse and addiction. We are not an insurance carrier, nor do we have the legal license to draw applications for medical coverage. Once you obtain insurance after doing your self-search, we will gladly give you a free insurance verification, and find the best addiction treatment program for you based on your specific needs.
How long does an addiction treatment program last?
The duration of any kind of addiction treatment is dependent upon the condition of the patient, the type of addiction he is suffering from, and the severity of the effects of substance abuse. The treatment can be an outpatient treatment program or an inpatient one. If it’s the latter, the treatment can last as short as 28 days or as long as 120 days to a year. After graduating from rehab, there are also aftercare programs offered to help the patient keep his sobriety. These aftercare services will vary depending on the treatment facility and on the needs of the patient.
What are the different phases of addiction treatment?
There are three stages of drug rehab.
The first stageof drug rehab is intake and assessment. During this stage, the patient is checked and assessed. His physical condition and medical history will be checked, along with other important details to help the doctors come up with the most appropriate and customized treatment plan. The second stage is the medical detox. During this stage, the patient might be prescribed with medications to help him cope with the effects of his withdrawal. After detox, the formal treatment will begin, and the patient will be put into the treatment program determined during intake and assessment. The duration of the treatment will be dependent upon the needs and seriousness of the patient’s addiction.
Will the patient’s family be involved in the treatment process?
Depending on the treatment program advised, there might be family group programs that will be scheduled to revel and understand the relationship patterns of the patient and to help the family members deal with the adverse effects of addiction.
Are visitors allowed during admittance at inpatient treatment facilities?
Rules vary from one treatment facility to another; however, most treatment facilities allow visitations during certain times on weekends. The rule on visitation is solely at the discretion of the rehab facility and as such, they reserve the right to prohibit a certain individual from visiting if they deem it unhealthy for the patient.
How can you pay for addiction treatment?
There are various ways to pay for addiction treatment and rehab. One of the easiest ways to pay is by paying it personally. However, if you cannot afford to pay for your own treatment in cash, you can avail of the coverage of your insurance provider. Consult with your insurance representative as to what is covered by your policy. If, for instance, you don’t have a private insurance policy, you can be able to opt for public insurance. The latter option is less expensive but might also have some restrictions.
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