When considering attending an addiction recovery program there are many common questions about addiction treatment that may come up. We strongly suggest you call us at 800-481-8457 and not go off of the Q&A listed below as your only source for information. We do our best to make our program accessible and affordable to everyone that needs help.

How do I know if me or someone I care about needs addiction treatment?

The answer is very simple, if you have found yourself here most likely you do. The best way to determine is by giving us a call to do a brief assessment to see if you would benefit from a treatment program. When you have trouble controlling or managing your drug use and/or life it will lead to destructive behavior. This till continue day after day despite the harm that addiction is causing to your self-esteem, job, relationships, and health. If this is relatable, you need addiction treatment.

Doing this alone is not only very difficult, but it is rarely successful. Substance abuse is merely the surface issue that is visible to the world. More often than not, there are a variety of underlying issues that must be addressed. Please contact our toll-free line if you have any questions at all. Calls are always 100% confidential and free of charge.

Does Insurance Cover Addiction Treatment?

Thanks to new legislation, insurance coverage has significantly changed to better cover addiction treatment services.  With the introduction of the new Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act, treatment for addiction must cover treatment.  In other words, insurance must cover addiction treatment services much like any other medical or surgical conditions. This enables many more people to utilize their insurance coverage and health benefits to cover the cost of addiction treatment services.

Ohio Addiction Recovery Center is able to accept most health insurance plans and will work closely with your insurance company to secure insurance coverage for your treatment program. Our staff will manage and coordinate every aspect of your admission to our rehab center. We want to take as much stress out of this already stressful situation for you. We will determine your exact insurance coverage and eligibility, will bill your insurance company, and find out what, if any out pocket expenses, such as co-pays or deductibles, will be needed. You have insurance for a reason, we want it to cover as much of your stay in treatment as possible.

How long is your program?

First, we would like to say that the length of the program is not the same for each person based on a variety of factors. As mentioned earlier, Ohio Addiction Recovery Center designs a treatment plan around each client’s individual needs. Some people require more help which will take more time. This timeline will help give you an idea of what to expect on the road to recovery.

  1. Detox- 7-10 days depending on the substance being used, amount being used, and duration of use.
  2. Inpatient treatment- 30-45 days – Clients live in the rehab center and are under the care and supervision of our staff.
  3. Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)- 30-60 days. During this phase, you will transition into sober living and attend IOP 2-3 times a week. Each IOP class typically runs 2-4 hours.
  4. Outpatient Program (OP)- 60-90 days. Much like IOP you will be living in sober living and attending OP 2 times a week.
  5. Sober Living- Live life as you wish while following our simple guidelines that will help you stay on the right track. 6 Months

The program is set up this way to slowly transition you back into a sober and drug-free life with giving you support throughout the process. This model ensures long-term recovery.

What if I do not have insurance or cannot afford your program?

We will do whatever we can to make addiction treatment available to you. Please call us at 800-481-8457 to discuss your options.

Do I need Inpatient or Outpatient Treatment?

To determine whether you need inpatient or outpatient treatment services will come down to a few questions that only you can answer.

1)   Do you use or drink on a daily basis?

2)   When you stop using or drinking, do you go through withdrawal?

3)    Is your use prohibiting you from living a normal day-to-day life?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, you more than likely would need to go to an inpatient treatment program and continue your care from there.

If no was your answer to those questions, then an outpatient program may be more suitable for your particular situation. In most cases, we suggest making a call into our admissions office at 800-481-8457. This is the best way to get the answers you’re looking for in a timely manner.

Most of the time an outpatient program is designed for someone who has completed an inpatient stay and is looking to continue their growth in recovery. Outpatient is not meant to be the starting point, it is commonly referred to as aftercare. Using outpatient treatment as the first line of defense is not recommended.

What do I Need To Bring?

In order to provide an efficient and comprehensive admission process please bring the appropriate paperwork and follow the guidelines and rules provided below.

Items permitted and suggested:

1. Appropriate paperwork: Driver’s license or photo ID, medical insurance card, approved prescriptions, medication and dosage information, allergy information, medical/other healthcare professionals contact information, information on ailments or conditions, emergency contacts, information for any other persons requiring contact (required).

2. Please bring comfortable and appropriate clothing (T-shirts, Sweatpants, jeans, pajamas, sweatshirts, shorts, dress outfit (court, job interviews, family night), undergarments) We limit the number of items to 5 tops, 5 bottoms, 1 outfit for the barn, and 2 workout outfits. Weather permitting (coat, gloves, etc). A washer and dryer are available to keep clean clothing on hand.

3. All over-the-counter medication must be new/unopened: Ibuprofen, Imodium, Maalox, Melatonin, Milk of Magnesia, Mints, Nicotine Patches.

4. Personal hygiene products must be new/unopened: shaving cream, mouthwash, hair products, body wash, shampoo, and conditioner.

5. Toiletries: toothbrush and toothpaste, hairbrush/comb, lotion, deodorant, feminine hygiene products.

What Should I Not Bring?

For the safety of self and others, as well as space and hygiene of self and others we do not permit the following items.

Items not permitted:

1. Alcohol or any drugs of any kind.

2. Unapproved prescription medication.

3. Sample medication.

4. Anything that includes alcohol as an ingredient. Hair-care products and mouthwash often contain alcohol.

5. Weapons of any kind.

6. Pornographic material.

7. Cologne containing alcohol, no aerosol cans.

8. Mouthwash containing alcohol.

9. No Ipads, tablets, iPods, MP3 players, gaming systems, cell phones, or any other electronic devices.

10. No expensive jewelry or excessive cash.

What are the Rules With Phone Calls and Visitation?

1. There are no direct incoming calls to clients. Family contact is made through staff (counselors, case managers, or resident assistants), or a message is left with our front desk for a return call, that can be completed within the appropriate rules and parameters of phone calls.

2. Clients are allowed to make phone calls to approved family and support persons on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturdays. They have a 5-minute limit on time.

3. Visitation is scheduled every Sunday from 11am-1pm (for Women) and 4:30-6:30 pm (for Men), for approved persons ONLY. If someone is not on the approved list, they will be asked to leave. The first group of visitors can leave after the first hour and if a room is available additional visitors may check in and visit during the last hour. There is a 3-person maximum for each client each week (per hour and not to exceed 3 per hour). The first check-in begins 15 minutes prior to visitation.

4. Any items (money, clothing, etc) must be processed first by the staff before given to the clients. Failure to do so could result in a discharge for the client or for the loved one removed from the approved visitation list.

5. The family night takes place once per month. This is organized by case managers. Family night allows approved family members to come into our rehab facility, meet with therapists, and work on any concerns they may have. Clients are often encouraged to have their family come in and partake in these groups. It not only will help the client grow in their recovery, but it will help the family learn how to assist them in the best ways possible.