Questions Answered


How much does treatment cost?
Cost of the program is based on your insurance coverage. This is different for every individual. Before admission, an assessment for you or your loved one will be scheduled to talk about a program recommendation and provide information. At the time of the assessment, your insurance coverage will be looked at and the remaining out of pockets will be determined and discussed with you.
What insurance do you accept?
We accept all private insurances. In addition, Medicaid will cover our Intensive Outpatient program; however, it will not cover our residential treatment program. Medicare is not accepted for either program.
What if I can’t afford treatment?
There is a loan option through American Health Care Lending that can help fund your treatment. You can apply on the website and enter our provider # 003554 and know of approval or denial within minutes. If this is still not an option, we are happy to help you in the referral process.
What is the process to get started?
The first step is making a phone call to 1.866.399.HOPE (4673) to schedule your free assessment. One of our Patient Needs Coordinators will gather basic information so together you can determine the most convenient time for your assessment. Please bring your identification card, insurance card and payment for a drug test. We accept major credit cards or cash. During the assessment, you will meet with a Patient Needs Coordinator to discuss any concerns. At this time, a program recommendation will be made and you will be provided information on starting treatment and the cost of the program.
Is this a locked down facility?
No. The facility provides patients the independence to make meaningful treatment decisions and self responsibility. The facility is staffed with resident managers around the clock for monitoring; however, it is the patient’s decision to want to be in treatment.
Will I be able to see my loved one once they begin the Residential Treatment Program?
Yes. There is family visitation on Saturdays and Sundays from 4:00- 7:30 every week, however, we do require that you participate in your loved ones treatment program in order to attend weekend visitation. This includes Family Group on Mondays from 6:30- 9:00 pm and Thursdays for lecture presented by staff members from 6:00-7:00 pm.
Does treatment have to be voluntary?
Yes. It is ultimately up to you or your loved one to decide that they want to come to treatment. We will not force anyone to stay if unwilling, but will provide recommendations for treatment. It is up to the patient to decide if they are going to follow through with program recommendations.
What do I need to bring to treatment?
Our apartments are fully furnished including a fully equipped kitchen. Following is a list of items that patients need to bring upon admission into the Residential Treatment Program.

  • 5 days of clothing, we provide the rest.

Patients are responsible to purchase all prescriptions. Addiction Recovery Resources, Inc. is not responsible for purchasing any prescribed medications.

What shouldn’t I bring?
Please refrain from bringing the following items upon admission:

  • Expensive or valuable jewelry
  • All electronic devices including laptops, tablets, games, etc
Is it only a 30 day program?
Our Residential Treatment Program has two phases, Education and Application. The first phase is Education which takes approximately 30 days to complete depending on your individual progress. Upon completion, we recommend the second phase which is Application. During this phase, you will continue to live on property, however, you will be encouraged to return to your job or school, or seek employment. You will attend group sessions 3 nights per week and this phase typically lasts 2 months.
How large are the groups?
For our Residential Treatment Program, an average group consists of 8 to 12 patients and our Intensive Outpatient Program can accommodate between 10 to 16 patients per group.
Is the program co-ed?
Yes. You or your loved one will attend groups in a co-ed environment. Males and females are separated for living arrangements.
What if I have anxiety, depression, or another co occurring disorder?
We treat co occurring disorders in all of our treatment programs. We treat substance abuse as the primary condition; however, in order to fully treat the addiction, we must address all presenting problems for the individual.

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