Frequently Asked Questions
How long is treatment?
If you are a candidate for, and accept, Intensive outpatient treatment, it is recommended that you attend three or four times a week for three months. You can stay longer if that is recommended and you feel like you need it.
How much does treatment cost?
Most insurance companies will assist you with the costs of treatment. We arrange all insurance authorizations for you. If you do not have insurance, we can discus with you the cost during the intake process and financing arrangements are also available. Cost of treatment depends on the program(s) you are enrolled in and the length of treatment time.
Who will be helping me?
Our medical director and staff of nurse practitioners will be doing an in-person medical screening, and, if needed, will provide you with medical assistance during the detox phase.
Counselors who have successfully helped addicted people will be leading your therapy sessions. Our clinical staff are trained and experienced in helping you find your own motivation to recover, in a nonjudgmental and caring environment. There is celebration and laughter as well as hard work involved.
Is this a 12-Step program?
12-Step programs such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and AlAnon are community-based support groups and are not affiliated with any treatment center. However, NewBridge Recovery Center strongly recommends and encourages that those we help attend 12 Step meetings, and develop a recovery program that includes the 12 Steps as well as therapy. Studies show those who are involved with both have the best chance for a lasting and satisfying recovery.
How do I get in touch with you if I have more questions?
You can call us 8:00am to 2:00am to speak with an intake professional, explore options, and have your questions answered.