Need Substance Abuse Help?
I want to keep this confidential. How will Aid in Recovery protect my privacy?
A: Aid in Recovery has strict rules when it comes to keeping your information confidential. Aid in Recovery must comply with the Federal Confidentiality Regulations and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act standards in order to keep your privacy safe.
How fast can I get into a substance abuse treatment facility?
A: Our skilled representatives strive to have you in a treatment facility the same day. Our dedicated agents work hard around the clock to provide our clients with viable treatment options in a timely manner. We are here to help you find a licensed treatment provider able to address both your substance abuse needs as well as any underlying co-occurring issues. Feel free to contact our substance abuse toll free line at 1-800-910-3734. Our representatives are available to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to assist you in finding a treatment program suitable for your specific needs.
How much does drug and alcohol treatment cost?
A: 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 total cost of treatment for your rehabilitation as each person’s journey to sobriety has unique medical and psychological needs, however, we can provide you with information as to what your carrier may contribute towards treatment following an insurance verification. To help you make an informed decision we can verify your insurance, fast and free. You also have the option to self-pay if you do not have insurance.
How do I know if I have an alcohol
A: Many people don’t know this, but alcohol is the most common substance abused in the United States. Just like any addiction, alcohol can impact your life professionally, physically, emotionally, socially, and mentally. Alcoholics depend on alcohol and will usually experience symptoms like cravings, higher tolerance levels (which increases your need to intake more alcohol), physical dependence, and the inability to stop drinking even after you have hit and passed your limits.
How do I know if I have a drug addiction?
A: There are many forms of drug addiction. These include abusing illegal drugs (street drugs) and/or prescription drugs. Some signs of drug addiction and abuse are: using other people’s prescription medication, taking a certain drug when it’s no longer required, not remembering situations, memory loss, and often serious health consequences. The good news is, drug addiction is a treatable disease. Get the help you need now to start the recovery process and breakaway from chemical dependency.
How long does treatment take?
A: Generally speaking, detox services range anywhere from 1 to 10 days followed by rehabilitation services and treatment programs which can last anywhere from 30 to 90 days. The rehabilitation and detoxification facility professionals will determine the level or care and treatment duration appropriate to helping you achieve lifelong sobriety based on your individual needs. Additional options are available to extend treatment stays which include but are not limited to intensive outpatient(IOP), outpatient(OP) and sober living options.
Do you have a list of treatment
facilities I can look at?
A: Our main focus is ensuring that you are connected with a licensed treatment program that offers clinical best practices appropriate for your specific needs. We work with with a group of reputable treatment providers across the country who offer safe medical detoxification services, a full continuum of care, evidence-based treatment, comfortable accommodations, relapse prevention and more. Aid in Recovery has years of experience matching individual needs to licensed treatment programs who accept your insurance and can treat your addiction along with any co-occurring mental health issues. With us on your side, we can make finding and admitting into a treatment program easier. We are here to help you find options that meet your specific needs based on financial, geographical, and clinical considerations.
What insurance can I obtain to cover the cost of addiction treatment?
A: Aid in Recovery is a referral service for 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 we can complete a fast, no obligation, free insurance verification, and connect you with providers where your health insurance could cover much of the cost of treatment all the while meeting your individual needs.
Can Aid in Recovery help individuals without insurance?
A: Aid in Recovery does not turn anyone away. We are a team dedicated to assist all who call for help with their addiction treatment. We can help you find the treatment program that you need at a price you can afford.
What if I need detoxification, can Aid in Recovery help me with that?
A: Detoxing on your own can be a painful and dangerous process. Our Medical Detox Facilities offer 24-hour medical supervision and are designed to provide the support necessary to keep you both safe and comfortable through the detoxification process as you begin your journey toward a clean and sober life.
What’s the process Aid in Recovery takes in order to find a facility for me?
A: Aid in Recovery is committed to finding you a facility that fits your needs and your budget to help you overcome your substance abuse problem. The first step is committing yourself to the process. Next, you will speak with our trained representatives and start the intake process. The representative will obtain your insurance information and complete a preliminary intake review. Once the insurance information has been verified, your personal representative will start searching for a licensed treatment facility that fits your needs both personally and financially. Armed with this information we can help you make an informed choice on a treatment provider with which to start your sober life.
What is the difference between an inpatient drug treatment program and an outpatient drug treatment program?
A: An inpatient drug treatment program requires the patient to live at the facility until their addiction treatment is complete, whereas an outpatient drug treatment program allows the patient to return home at the end of the day. We strongly suggest inpatient drug treatment programs as they are proven to be more successful. Inpatient programs provide the ability for the patient to immerse themselves in recovery without the distraction and temptations of returning home every day which is why inpatient treatment is highly recommended.
Why Choose Aid in Recovery?
- A Chance of Lasting Recovery
- Insurance Can Cover Much of the Costs
- We Work with Preferred Treatment Centers
- No-Cost Insurance Review – 24/7