Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Questions about Our Treatment Centers

If you have made the life-changing decision to seek therapy for your mental health and substance addiction, we are here to help you with options for treatment and the steps you can take to find a rehabilitation that works for you. Below you can find our frequently asked questions and answers to help you. If you still can’t find what you are looking for, please feel free to contact us, and we will help you through the process.

Where are you located?

When it comes to the United Recovery Project’s California locations, we have two treatment centers located in Laguna Hills, and a third one on the way.

California Behavioral Health
Address:
25402 Hillary Ln,
Laguna Hills, CA 92653,
United States

Mission Recovery Treatment Center

Address:
25352 Hillary Ln,
Laguna Hills, CA 92653,
United States

What addictions do you treat?

We treat various addictions, including substance addiction and prescription medication addiction. We offer dual diagnosis treatment for those affected by substance use disorder and mental health conditions.

What is the assessment process?

The assessment process involves a professional evaluation of your mental and physical health. Our therapists can determine the severity of addiction and whether underlying mental health conditions are present during this process.

What are the prices of your treatment programs?

Our costs include detox and rehabilitation by inpatient programs and outpatient services. To help you with the costs for treatment, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us so we can help you with an assessment and a quotation for expected expenses.

Do you offer LGBTQ+ programs?

We offer addiction and dual diagnosis treatment for every client, no matter their background or sexual orientation. Additionally, we have luxury programs specifically tailored for people from the LGBTQ+ community. Please ask about them during your assessment.

Do you offer secondary care?

We offer an aftercare and support group program for every patient who has completed the initial rehabilitation and recovery program. The purpose is to assist with transitioning into everyday life based on the skills and tools you have been taught in therapy.

What is your aftercare program like?

The aftercare program is available for every client who has completed their full rehabilitation and addiction treatment course with us. It includes access to our professional therapy and support groups to continue to feel supported and receive the care you need in a safe environment.

Do you treat addiction to benzodiazepines?

Yes, we offer specialized benzodiazepine addiction treatment for every client. Based on a complete assessment of your condition, we can determine the best approach to therapy and the recovery process.

Do you treat dual diagnosis?

We provide complete dual diagnosis treatment, including professional rehabilitation and recovery. Our therapy addresses the mental health condition and the co-occurring substance addiction with professionalism and the support that every client can benefit from.

Do you treat alcoholism?

Yes, we treat alcoholism with our full range of individual, group, and holistic therapies. This ensures that every patient receives the care and assistance they need to move forward with rehabilitation from alcohol. We also provide detox in our medical facility for alcohol addiction to help you recover from dependence in a safe and supported environment.

Do you offer outpatient programs?

United Recovery does offer outpatient services based on the requirements of individual clients and the nature of addiction. However, our California center may not have available options. Depending on demand and your individual situation, we may offer services that you may have on an outpatient basis or admit you for inpatient treatment. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us to learn more about our range of outpatient services, including individual treatment plans.

Questions on Fees and Insurance

People want to know about prices and fees. However, most of the services we offer have a great range. This is because our services are tailored. Frequency of sessions, involvement of medical personnel, patient to staff ratio per program, length of the therapy, and additional medications all influence the price of addiction treatment. This is why we have an e extensive discussion with each client, so that not only can we assess their situation, but they can also assess our services and what would be most fitting for their situation. Private insurance is one of the best options to help your loved ones when it comes to lengthier rehabilitation programs. For further information, this section will answer the questions regarding fees and insurance we most often get asked.

Do you work with my insurer?

Yes, we work with insurance companies that provide coverage for addiction treatment. This includes a full cover or partial payments. We also discuss the options for treatment costs with you before proceeding with therapy to make the necessary financial arrangements.

Can I pay in installments?

Depending on the cost and the nature of the treatment, we help clients pay a deposit. They will install the remainder of the balance before completing therapy. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us concerning costs, including warranties and insurance coverage options.

How do you calculate your prices?

Our prices are determined by the length of and type of treatment. We perform a complete individual assessment to determine which therapeutic approach and treatment options are best for your needs. Prices will differ according to the length of detox, inpatient versus outpatient treatment, aftercare, and the overall duration for addiction treatment.

Will I get a discount for being an Army Vet?

If you are an army vet and need recovery from addiction, don’t hesitate to contact us. We will discuss the options and services available to you and help you in every way that we can.

Question about Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation is the second phase of addiction treatment, following detox. During this stage, you will attend therapy sessions, meet like-minded people, receive counseling, holistic treatment, focus on self-awareness and meditation. We believe in the 12-steps, but also include innovative methods which help our clients recover faster. Our experience shows that through a combination of traditional psychoanalysis and holistic treatment options, addiction recovery is better and more long-lasting.

Should I get addiction treatment near me or away?

We recommend getting treatment where you feel comfortable and can afford the best possible care that will give you the best possible chance at recovery. Every treatment center does not offer tailored programs or individualized recovery services at United Recovery. This includes dual diagnosis, one-on-one sessions, group, and holistic therapy that all play an essential role in the long-term recovery process.

What techniques are used to treat addiction?

We offer a variety of treatment modalities depending on the type of addiction, the presence of underlying mental health conditions, and the length of treatment. Our recovery techniques and services range from individual and group therapy to holistic services and interactive activities that encourage well-being and mental health wellness.

What is psychotherapy used to treat?

We provide psychotherapy to help our clients with substance addiction and treat mental health disorders in dual diagnosis. It is a necessary part of the recovery process and ensures that you address the underlying cause for addiction.

Can I be helped if I am disabled?

Yes, we are here to assist everyone looking for a quality and supportive drug and alcohol addiction recovery program for their unique healthcare needs. Please reach out to our admissions team and let us discuss the possibilities.

What is aftercare?

The aftercare process is one in which our clients can receive therapy a few times per week once they have completed detox and rehabilitation. The purpose is to help individuals access treatment to support coping with everyday triggers and stress factors.

Why do inpatient programs cost more than outpatient ones?

Because you remain at our facility 24 hours, we include meals, round-the-clock monitoring, structured therapy, and additional recovery and support services that you do not receive in an outpatient program. This contributes to the added costs. Please get in touch with us for an individual assessment and a quotation for treatment.

Questions about Addiction

Addiction is the one topic that divides the healthcare community. Many consider it a disease, but others consider it genetic. Some would put it in the mental health field, while others will gladly show you confirmations that there are chemical and neurological explanations for most addictions. It si no wonder that you are also wondering and have questions about what addiction is. In the following section, we will answer the most frequently asked questions about addictions.

What are some of the risk factors for addiction?

Past trauma, family history of drug use, mental health conditions, and a lack of the proper treatment for initial conditions can all increase the risk of developing an addiction. It is a complicated process, but it can be treated and overcome with the services that we provide for our clients.

Is My Addiction Bad Enough?

If you feel that you need help, then please get in touch with us. No scale of addiction would qualify or disqualify you for treatment. We can help everybody, including substance abuse and substance dependence.

What are the roots of addiction?

The roots of addiction range from chronic stress and a family history of substance use to mental health conditions and trauma. Each of these places a person at risk of developing substance addiction.

What are the 5 Cs of addiction?

  • Compulsive use
  • Loss of Control
  • Ongoing use despite negative Consequences
  • Cravings
  • Chronic dysfunction or maladaptive behavior

What are the main components of addiction?

Addiction is a complex disease that is highly individualized. The components of addiction include:

  • Salience
  • Tolerance
  • Withdrawal
  • Mood medication
  • Conflict Relapse

Questions about Recovery

A person who suffers from an addiction needs to go through several stages. First, they need to go through detox, then pass through a rehab program. Then, they become a person in recovery. This is the longest, continuous stage of addiction treatment. Being in recovery incorporates everything that happens to you once you leave active treatment and move on to everyday life and responsibilities.

What happens after rehab?

After rehab, you have the choice of participating in our support groups and our aftercare program.

Would I get assistance if I relapse?

We provide ongoing assistance for those who have completed our addiction treatment detox and rehabilitation programs. This includes support group meetings and a sponsor to help you recover and relapse prevention.

Who can I call for help if my loved one in recovery is struggling?

You can contact us and get in touch with your sponsor, who is provided at the end of the recovery and rehabilitation treatment.

How can I keep up with stress without thinking about alcohol?

Through our behavioral and supportive therapies, we teach you constructive coping skills to better manage stress without the need to use alcohol.

How can I get help if I’m out of state and need advice?

You can contact us, and we will assist you with the relevant services and the recovery you can seek.

What are the best practices when in recovery?

It is essential to focus on a healthy lifestyle and incorporate activities that help you focus on your well-being and bring you pleasure. You will also need to speak to your loved ones about their role in your recovery and what you need from them to avoid relapse.

How to enjoy the holidays while sober?

It is vital to stay in contact with your sponsor and implement the tools and techniques you were taught in treatment. Please stay away from environments, people, and situations that might trigger addiction and make it hard for you to remain sober.

Contact Us Now!

Don’t hesitate to contact us via our form, chat, or phone. We have a team of addiction consultants available 24/7 to answer all your addiction treatment questions.

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