Whether you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab services for yourself or someone else, you’re likely to have questions about treatment, costs and what to expect at our addiction treatment centers. It’s important to understand what rehab is and how it can help you, along with who is eligible for treatment. Below is list of frequently asked questions (FAQ) to help you understand more about our addiction treatment centers and what you can expect with Landmark Recovery’s alcohol or drug rehabilitation programs.
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General Questions About Landmark's Addiction Treatment
Why choose Landmark Recovery for drug and alcohol rehab?
Landmark Recovery has a track record of successfully treating alcohol and drug abuse. We’ve helped over 19,000 people overcome addictions. Landmark’s treatment centers hold certification by the Joint Commission for behavioral healthcare and are LegitScript certified for following ethical standards and guidelines regarding administrative and marketing processes. The Landmark Recovery difference is defined by an uncompromising pursuit of excellence that results in higher sobriety and satisfaction rates and more efficient operations. Landmark is redefining addiction treatment by focusing on what people need to recover successfully.
What's the first step in getting treatment for an addiction?
At Landmark Recovery, the first step is a confidential consultation. We’ll assess the nature and extent of your substance abuse. Individualized assessment allows us to customize a program, ensuring the best drug or alcohol rehab treatment approach for you. This goes in line with our 35-day residential program and aftercare plan.
How can you make a successful recovery from addiction?
For a successful recovery, acquiring new knowledge, abilities, and life skills is vital. Education concerning all facets of substance abuse and individual and group therapy is the foundation for all our programs. Schedule activities and leisure time are offered as daily recreation during classes and therapy. Learn more about what to expect at our residential treatment centers.
How long does rehab take?
No set period works for everyone regarding alcohol and drug rehab. In most cases, a 35-day residential treatment program can help patients restore functional capacity while helping them develop continuing practices and skills to help them stay sober. At Landmark, graduates will receive continuing transitional support for recovery as part of our aftercare plan.
The success of our program lies in its ability to help patients stabilize, achieve and maintain abstinence from substances for substantial recovery. Patients work on the development of self-awareness, self-clarity, and self-honesty. Our aftercare plan also supports the development of self-responsibility and self-accountability for one’s choices.
Will I be able to see my family or friends?
Landmark allows you to interact with your loved ones during treatment. We recommend that your immediate family actively participate in your recovery and attend our counseling sessions. Between sessions, you can talk to friends and family on the phone. We allow family visits and phone calls during specific times.
We strongly believe that family involvement is essential during treatment. Family involvement is vital for recovery, even for families with strained ties. The family unit strongly influences the development of alcohol and drug addiction. Landmark Recovery offers a family program as part of our rehab program.
Who does Landmark Recovery care for?
Landmark Recovery offers drug and alcohol recovery programs to adults, regardless of background or financial status. Call our admissions team at 888-448-0302 to learn which facilities accept state insurance like Medicaid. Complete our insurance verification form to check your coverage.
What happens if you don’t go to a rehab center?
It’s always a good idea to join a reputable alcohol and drug rehab center to avoid problems with your health. There are various health, social, and financial concerns you are likely to develop as a result of unchecked substance abuse problems, some of which include:
- Damage to the nervous system
- Reduction in liver functioning
- Nausea and vomiting
- HIV, Hepatitis, and Other Infectious Diseases
- Cardiovascular damage
- Respiratory depression
- Kidney damage
- Neurological damage
- Hormonal changes
What happens after drug and alcohol rehab?
Landmark Recovery is dedicated to each patient’s long-lasting recovery from alcohol and drug abuse. On your graduation from your rehab program, we offer an Aftercare plan. It’s a weekly series of counseling sessions for about 12 to 24 weeks. Our aftercare plan is designed to provide a smooth transition from intense levels of substance rehab treatment into the early stages of alcohol and drug addiction recovery. Patients are encouraged to take part in self-help programs. These include spiritual and recreational programs. Your Landmark Recovery counselor will help during this process. Alternatively, you are eligible for our Alumni program after graduation. It is a supportive network where you can engage in activities like socializing and volunteering.
Do you offer Sober Living?
No, we don’t provide sober living directly. However, once you’ve completed our inpatient program, we’ll connect you with trusted sober living facilities for continued support. Give our admissions team a call at 888-448-0302 to explore your aftercare options.
Can I send my loved one a letter while they're at rehab?
Yes, absolutely! When sending a letter, address the envelope and the patient’s name to the Landmark Recovery facility. We encourage staying connected and providing support through letters and quotes during their recovery journey.
Do your rehab facilities have private rooms?
Yes, depending on the facility, you may have 1-2 roommates. We strive to provide comfortable accommodations that balance privacy and support for your recovery journey.
How much does treatment cost?
It will depend on whether you have insurance and how much you insurance covers. We do offer payment plans and do our best to make addiction treatment affordable to anyone who needs it. Find out more about the cost of recovery programs.
What insurance do you take?
Do you accept Medicare or Medicaid?
Medicaid is accepted at our Praxis locations. Our Praxis treatment centers offer recovery programs to those who can not self-pay or don’t have employer-provided insurance. What sets them apart from our commercial locations is that they serve people who have Medicaid. Landmark’s Praxis locations still provide high-quality addiction treatment, including detox, residential and outpatient programs.
Call the admissions team at 888-448-0302 for more information, or complete our insurance verification form.
Do you accept Wellcare Advantage?
Can I pay out of pocket?
Yes, many people self-fund their treatment. We offer payment plans to help meet your financial needs. There are also loans available to cover the cost of treatment.
Do you provide financial help?
We have partnered with Prosper Healthcare Lending, which offers loans to cover some of the cost of addiction treatment. We do offer scholarships to qualifying patients. That’s something you’d need to apply for. Call us at 888-448-0302 to discuss financial help for addiction treatment. We’ll do our best to get you the help you need.
What happens if I can't afford the program?
We understand that the cost of alcohol and drug recovery can be a big challenge. Thus, we have partnered with Prosper Healthcare Lending, which offers loans to cover some of the costs of rehab.
You may also apply for a scholarship. We partner with organizations that generously contribute to the cost of treatment based on financial need. These scholarships are very limited.
We’ll do what we can to help you get the needed treatment. Call us at 888-448-0302 to discuss options today.
How do you get admitted?
It all starts with a call to our treatment specialists at 888-448-0302. They will explain treatment and payment options. Upon admission, our medical staff will perform a thorough history and physical examination to ensure a safe and secure transition into our program.
We ask that you share any information that might be helpful to your situation. This typically includes previous treatment experiences or other conditions which would help our clinicians develop your personalized treatment plan, which may consist of several things, including medical detox or specific therapy programs.
What criteria do you consider for admission?
In general, we assess patients for a documented history of current use of alcohol or drugs and significant functional impairments, including the ability to live without recurrent abuse of substances. After completing the program, we also check patients’ medical and psychiatric conditions and assess their ability to support and foster recovery.
Do you accept patients with a dual diagnosis?
Yes. Before being admitted to our treatment center, you will undergo a mental and physical evaluation. Our clinical staff must review your medical history, including dual diagnosis. Landmark Recovery is committed to breaking down the barriers to treatment, including co-occurring disorders. Often you can’t fix a mental disorder without first addressing a substance use disorder. We can help with both.
Do you have a women’s only facility?
Yes. Praxis of the Firelands in Willard, OH, is a female-only treatment center. We value our patients’ right to privacy and want to create a safe and comfortable environment for women to focus on their healing and recovery.
Can me and my partner (spouse, friend) be admitted into treatment together?
Yes, at most facilities. However, it’s important to know that Landmark treatment centers generally separate men and women. Indiana Medicaid facilities are gender-specific. While visits are allowed, they take place in public spaces. We prioritize individual recovery, ensuring each person can fully engage in therapy and counseling services without distractions or concerns about their partner’s progress
Am I allowed to leave the facility?
While no one is held against their will, we recommend patients remain in our facility until they’ve completed the full treatment program. Most people who leave rehab early or against medical advice usually find themselves relapsing. We know that making a recovery from a substance use disorder is hard. We encourage you to continue your commitment to live a healthier life.
Do you take patients with active criminal warrants?
Yes. We do not require a criminal background check. Federal law states that your privacy is protected while you’re inside our treatment center. We can not tell anyone, including law enforcement agencies, that you are here without your permission. Your privacy is important.
What do I do with my child if I’m a single parent?
The most important thing, for you and your child is that you get the help you need. We will do everything we can to help you set up childcare. Is there a family member who can watch your child or a trusted friend?
What do I do with my dog while I’m in treatment?
We can help you find pet care during residential treatment. You can also enter our intensive outpatient program (IOP) for more flexibility. Either way, we want to ensure you get the help you need to overcome addiction.
Do you take pregnant patients?
Yes. In most cases expecting mothers can be admitted into residential treatment. We do need to have authorization from an OBGYN before admission.
What should I bring to addiction treatment?
Here’s a list of what you should bring to a residential addiction treatment center.
What to bring to an inpatient facility:
- Valid photo ID (driver’s license, state ID or passport)
- Medical insurance card
- List of current medications
- Comfortable clothing (sweatpants, shorts, t-shirts, sweatshirts)
- Toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, soap, razor, shaving cream)
- Prepackaged snacks
- Factory-sealed drinks (water, juice, soda)
What not to bring to addiction treatment:
- Cash, checks or credit cards
- Aerosol sprays
- Heating pads or electric blankets
- Hemp products
- Magic markers, sharpies, white-out
- Condoms or sex toys
- Cleaning supplies
- Perfume, cologne, aftershave
- Nail polish
- Laptops, tablets, cameras, video games
- Candles, incense
Please note that if we provide transportation to the facility, there is a maximum of two bags (duffle/suitcase).
Do you admit people who are court-ordered for treatment?
Yes, we work with the courts to set up treatment for court-ordered individuals. To learn more about court-ordered rehab and its benefits, read our blog post.
Can I enter rehab while on house arrest?
Yes, we can admit you even if you are on house arrest. We will coordinate with your parole officer to arrange your admission to our facility for treatment.
Does my job have to know that I have admitted myself into treatment?
No. You have the right to keep your treatment confidential. Sharing this information is personal, and many people choose not to disclose it to their employers. However, it’s important to be aware of options such as the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Paid Time Off (PTO), and other workplace protections under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). To learn more about your rights and options, read our blog post on maintaining privacy during addiction treatment.
Do you accept minors?
No, our rehab facilities only accept teenagers and adults aged 18 and older. If you have a minor needing treatment, call our admissions team at 888-448-0302, and we will gladly provide you with referrals to other suitable options.
Got more questions? Call a Landmark Recovery admissions specialist today at 888-448-0302.