How long does drug and alcohol rehabilitation take?
Drug and alcohol rehabilitation, like physical rehabilitation, is something that varies between individuals. The rehabilitation process that we offer to our patients can typically range anywhere between 30 to 120 days. Yet in some instances, the client or clinical staff decide that a lengthier stay is necessary to ensure long-term success.
Factors that can alter Program Length:
Length of use
Severity of mental attachment
Drug of choice
How much does rehab cost?
Drug rehabilitation can be costly to the facility as well as the clients. Mountainside Recovery Center understands that there is an immediate need for these suffering individuals, each individual seeking treatment at our facility has their own unique situation. At Mountainside Recovery Center treatment is tailored to our patient’s specific need and therefore pricing can vary based on a series of factors.
Factors that alter program pricing:
Style of program
Length of program
Treatment plan implementation
The presence of a dual diagnosis
What kind of insurance is accepted?
Mountainside Recovery Center accepts most insurances. However, since each individual’s situation is unique we suggest that you or your loved one fill out our online insurance verification form to explore the options that may be available to you.
What types of patients does Mountainside Recovery Center accept?
Mountainside Recovery Center is ready to accept anyone suffering from all drug and alcohol addictions and dependencies. We also accept dual-diagnosed patients.
Some of the most common addictions we treat are:
This is just a list of common addiction treatment requests; Mountainside Recovery Center is here to help those suffering from any drug or alcohol addiction.
How secure my privacy?
All staff working at our facility and our Partner facilities adhere to strict privacy standards which ensures the security of our clients’ information, they are also regulated by HIPPA which prevents the disclosure of any health related information to unauthorized parties.