Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

The FAQ section provides essential information on rehabilitation processes, including admissions, treatment options and family involvement. It aims to clarify common concerns for individuals and families dealing with substance use issues offering detailed insights into rehab services, costs, program specifics and support mechanisms. This resource is based on frequently asked questions with responses reflecting the expertise of our associated rehab centres.

Admission and Logistics FAQ

What are the Types of Rehab?

We Do Recover offers a comprehensive range of rehab services including inpatient (residential), outpatient, partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) and intensive outpatient programs (IOPs). Tailored to meet varying levels of addiction severity and lifestyle needs, our programs are designed to support each individual’s path to recovery. Our facility offers specialised programs tailored to specific addictions, including alcohol and drugs such as opioids, stimulants and many more. Each program is designed to address the unique challenges and treatment needs associated with different substances.

How Long Does Rehab Last?

The duration of rehab at We Do Recover varies according to individual requirements, ranging from 28-30 days for short-term programs to 60, 90 days, or longer for those requiring extended care. Our team works with clients to determine the most appropriate length of stay based on their specific addiction and recovery goals.

Does Insurance Cover Rehab?

We Do Recover collaborates with numerous insurance providers to cover partial or full treatment costs, depending on the policy. We advise clients to consult with their insurance company to understand their coverage details and our admissions team is available to assist with insurance verification.

Are There Outpatient Services Available?

For those who require flexibility, We Do Recover offers outpatient services, allowing clients to receive treatment while living at home. These programs are ideal for individuals with commitments that prevent a residential stay.

Is There a Waiting List for Admission?

We strive to accommodate clients as promptly as possible. While demand can vary We Do Recover works diligently to minimise wait times, ensuring that individuals in need of treatment receive timely access to our programs. Our admissions team can provide current information on availability and assist with immediate needs.

How do I Find the Best Rehab?

Finding the best rehab involves considering factors like accreditation, staff qualifications, therapy options and personal needs. We Do Recover prides itself on maintaining high standards in all these areas, ensuring that clients receive the best possible care tailored to their unique situation.

How do I get to Rehab?

Once you decide on We Do Recover for your rehab needs, our team assists with all logistical aspects of admission, including transportation arrangements if needed. We strive to make the process as smooth and stress-free as possible.

How does the admissions process work?

The admissions process begins with a comprehensive assessment to understand each individual’s specific needs. This includes reviewing medical history, substance use history and any co-occurring mental health conditions. Based on this assessment, we recommend rehab options that best align with the patient’s requirements. Our team assists with coordinating admission dates and any necessary travel arrangements to ensure a smooth transition into treatment.

Policy and Program Details FAQ

Can I Visit Someone in Rehab?

Visitation policies at We Do Recover are designed to support recovery while allowing for meaningful family engagement. Visits are scheduled during designated times and we adhere to strict health and safety protocols to ensure the well-being of our clients and their visitors.

Are Cellphones Allowed in Rehab?

Cellphone policies at We Do Recover are designed to maximise focus on recovery while allowing for necessary communication. Restrictions may apply during the initial phases of treatment, with more flexibility introduced as clients progress.

Can I Force Someone into Rehab?

While adults typically cannot be compelled to enter rehab against their will, We Do Recover offers intervention services to help families encourage their loved ones to seek treatment. Our approach respects the dignity of all parties involved and aims to foster a supportive environment conducive to recovery.

Can I go to Rehab While Pregnant?

Our specialised programs for pregnant women ensure both maternal and fetal health are prioritised. We Do Recover provides a safe and nurturing environment for pregnant clients seeking addiction treatment.

Can I Smoke in Rehab?

Smoking policies vary across We Do Recover facilities, with some allowing it in designated areas and others being smoke-free. We offer support for those wishing to quit smoking as part of their overall recovery process.

Can I be Fired for Going to Rehab?

We Do Recover encourages clients to understand their legal rights regarding employment and rehab. In many jurisdictions, laws protect individuals seeking treatment for substance use disorders. Our team can provide resources and guidance on navigating these conversations with employers.

How Do You Handle Privacy and Confidentiality?

Client privacy and confidentiality are of utmost importance. We adhere to strict privacy policies and legal standards to protect the identity and personal information of our clients, ensuring a discreet and secure treatment experience.

What Safety Measures are in Place at Rehab?

The safety of our clients is paramount. We Do Recover implements rigorous health and safety protocols, including secure facilities, 24/7 supervision and adherence to all health guidelines to ensure a safe and supportive environment.

Treatment and Support FAQ

Can I get Mental Health Treatment in Rehab?

Dual diagnosis treatment is a cornerstone of our services at We Do Recover, addressing both substance use disorders and co-occurring mental health issues. Our integrated therapy approach ensures comprehensive care for our clients, treating both conditions concurrently for optimal recovery outcomes.

What Support is Available After Leaving Rehab?

We Do Recover offers extensive post-rehab support, including aftercare programs, alumni groups and relapse prevention strategies. Our commitment to your long-term recovery continues beyond your stay, ensuring you have access to the tools and community support needed to maintain sobriety.

Is Detox Included in Rehab Programs?

Detoxification is an essential first step in many of our rehab programs, providing a medically supervised process to safely remove substances from the body. We Do Recover ensures that detox is conducted with the utmost care, preparing clients for the next steps in their recovery.

Can I Continue My Education While in Rehab?

We understand the importance of continuing education and career development. We Do Recover offers flexible programs that accommodate educational pursuits, allowing clients to balance their recovery with personal and professional growth.

How are co-occurring disorders treated in rehab?

Facilities we recommend are equipped to treat co-occurring disorders through integrated treatment plans. These plans address both substance use and mental health issues simultaneously, with therapies and interventions tailored to manage and treat the conditions together. This holistic approach ensures that underlying issues are addressed, promoting long-term recovery.

Is aftercare planning and support is provided?

Aftercare planning is an essential part of the recovery process. Before leaving rehab, patients receive a comprehensive aftercare plan that includes follow-up appointments, ongoing therapy options, support group meetings and other resources tailored to their needs. The aim is to maintain the momentum of recovery and provide a safety net for the transition back to daily life.

How is medication management handled in rehab?

Medication management is overseen by qualified medical professionals within the rehab facility. For patients requiring medication as part of their treatment, such as those with co-occurring mental health disorders, a psychiatrist or medical doctor will assess and prescribe appropriate medications. Regular monitoring and adjustments ensure that medication supports rather than hinders, the recovery process.

Can I leave the facility for appointments?

Policies on leaving the facility vary depending on the level of care, the individual’s progress and the specific rules of the rehab centre. Some programs may allow for supervised outings or leave for special circumstances, while others may have stricter guidelines. Such decisions are made with the patient’s best interest in mind, focusing on safety and the benefits to their recovery.

Are spiritual or faith-based services available?

Many rehab centres recognise the importance of spiritual or faith-based support in the recovery process. Facilities within our network may offer services, practices, or programs that cater to various spiritual beliefs and practices. Whether through structured religious services, meditation, mindfulness practices, or discussions, the aim is to support the spiritual well-being of patients as part of a holistic approach to recovery.

Recognising that addiction can sometimes involve legal challenges, We Do Recover offers guidance and support in navigating legal issues related to addiction. Our network includes professionals who can assist with legal matters, helping clients focus on their recovery.

How is Family Involved in the Rehab Process?

Family involvement is crucial to the recovery process. We Do Recover encourages family participation through therapy sessions, educational programs and visitation, promoting healing and understanding within the family unit.

Payment Options and Social Costs FAQ

What Are the Payment Options for Rehab?

We Do Recover offers various payment options, including self-pay, medical aid and financing plans. Our admissions team works closely with clients to identify the best payment solution to cover the cost of treatment, ensuring that financial constraints do not hinder access to necessary care.

Is Rehab Covered by Medical Aid?

Many medical aid plans offer partial or full coverage for rehab services. Coverage details can vary widely, so we recommend consulting with your medical aid provider to understand the specifics of your coverage. Our team can assist with the verification process and help you navigate your benefits.

Can Rehab Be Funded by Friends and Family?

Yes, rehab can be funded by contributions from friends and family. Many loved ones are willing to support recovery efforts financially, recognizing the positive impact of treatment. We offer guidance on setting up funding arrangements that respect the generosity and intentions of those contributing.

What Are the Costs of Self-Funding Rehab?

Self-funding rehab can vary in cost depending on the program length, type of treatment and facility amenities. Our admissions team provides transparent pricing information and discusses all available options, ensuring clients can make informed decisions about their care.

How Can I Manage the Cost of Rehab?

Managing the cost of rehab may involve exploring various funding sources, including insurance, medical aid and payment plans. Additionally, some rehab centers offer sliding scale fees based on income or financial need. Our team is dedicated to helping clients find a viable financial solution.

What Are the Social Costs of Not Going to Rehab?

The social costs of not attending rehab can be significant, including strained or lost relationships, job loss, financial difficulties and social isolation. The impact on personal and professional life can be profound, making the decision to seek treatment critically important.

How Does Rehab Impact Relationships?

Rehab often has a positive impact on relationships, providing individuals with the tools to rebuild trust and improve communication. While treatment requires commitment and can be challenging, the long-term benefits for personal relationships can be substantial.

Can Avoiding Rehab Lead to Job Loss?

Not addressing substance use issues can lead to decreased job performance, absenteeism and potentially job loss. Seeking treatment is a proactive step towards maintaining employment and professional relationships.

What Are the Health Costs of Not Seeking Treatment?

The health costs of avoiding treatment are considerable, including the risk of chronic diseases, mental health issues and even life-threatening conditions. Rehab provides a pathway to not only address substance use but also improve overall health and well-being.

What if I am Unable to Afford Rehab?

Financial assistance options are available for those who find the cost of rehab prohibitive. This can include scholarships, sliding scale fees, or accessing public health resources. Our team is committed to exploring every possible avenue to make rehab accessible.

What is The Cost of Not Going to Rehab?

The investment in rehab should be weighed against the direct and indirect costs of not seeking treatment, including health care expenses, lost income and personal hardships. Many find that the benefits of rehab far outweigh the financial costs, leading to a more stable, healthy and fulfilling life.

Substance abuse poses significant risks to family and relationship dynamics often leading to increased conflicts and damaging relationships. The Association for Marriage and Family Therapy notes that such abuse heightens the likelihood of confrontations, exacerbated by the impaired judgment caused by alcohol and drugs. Early recognition and professional intervention are crucial to prevent the escalation of addiction.

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