Frequently Asked Questions
Do you accept Medicaid/Medicare?
At this time we do not accept Medicaid or Medicare.
How do I get admitted?
A phone call to 1-800-411-9200 is all that is needed to begin the simple admissions process.
Will transportation be provided?
Yes, A Road to Recovery can provide transportation.
What is a typical day like in treatment?
To best help build a strong foundation for a successful life in recovery, a typical day in treatment at A Road to Recovery is purposely designed to, as much as possible, be similar to the type of schedule one would continue to incorporate in their life upon completing treatment. Please call us at 1-800-411-9200 where one of our dedicated Outreach Staff will be happy to review with you each day in greater detail.
What types of insurance does A Road To Recovery accept?
A Road to Recovery accepts most all Insurance providers
Are there private rooms available?
Yes, Private rooms are available.
What are private pay rates?
The goal of A Road to Recovery is to provide help to all those in need who seek it insured or otherwise. To best facilitate that our private pay rates are far below those of normal industry standards therefore we do not to publish them here but are happy to speak with you directly about our rates. Our Outreach Staff make every effort possible to work out a rate that is affordable for all those seeking help in recovery
Can I make phone calls?
Yes you can.
How often will I see my counselor?
Our counseling staff is on premise and interacts with all clients on a daily basis. While each clients will have a minimum of one individual “one on one” session weekly, this may vary and be more than one session weekly based on the actual needs of the client. Additionally, all counseling staff takes part in conducting “case Load” group sessions, “Gender Based” group sessions as well multiple “topic” or “process” based group therapy sessions throughout the week, all providing continued interaction between Clients and their Counselor(s).