What is the average length of stay?
Research has shown it takes at least 30 days to change a behavior. Every client is different and the recommended length of stay depends on medical necessity and clients’ progress during treatment. Many of our clients extend treatment beyond the initial 30 days, between 45 and 120 days. Lifetime substance abuse recovery is highly correlated to treatment stays of 90 days or more.
What types of treatment programs do you offer?
Summit Estate Recovery Center offers medically-assisted detoxification, intensive inpatient treatment with graduated phases of care, intensive outpatient treatment, and Continuing Care. We provide each client with an individualized treatment plan based on his or her specific needs. Additionally, our certified professionals are experts at helping clients with co-occurring disorders, such as a depression and anxiety, which often present with primary substance abuse addiction. Family members play a vital role in your recovery process and are encouraged to participate in our Family Program. Our dedication to providing continued follow-up with our clients extends beyond graduation. We are always here for you.
What does your client population look like?
With a small client population, the demographics of any given group can vary widely. Summit Estate Recovery Center treats men and women aged 18 and older. Approximately 50% of our clients struggle with addiction to alcohol. We also treat a significant number of those addicted to prescription drugs and illicit substance. The remainder are prescription, drug abuse If you have specific concerns, please speak with our Intake Coordinator.
How does the admission process work?
Admission starts with a call to our team at (800) 701-6997. A conversation with our Intake Coordinator will help determine which program track is best suited to your situation. If you will be using insurance, we will ask for plan information at that time to check your policy benefits. If intensive inpatient treatment is required, we will immediately begin to make arrangements to admit you to our facility. The actual date of admission may be dependent on space availability. However, we make every effort to accommodate your needs as quickly as possible. If a space is not immediately available, we can hold the next bed with a minimal fee, which will apply to your admission cost. Residential admission is conducted Monday through Friday, unless there are extenuating circumstances and arrangements have been made in advance. Outpatient admission is completed Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and may be available the same day as your inquiry. If you will be paying privately, our Intake Coordinator will discuss cost and methods of payment with you. If you will be using insurance, and your benefits have been verified, you will speak to a member of our insurance authorization team to complete an in-depth phone evaluation prior to admission.
What is the cost of your program? What are the payment options?
Your out-of-pocket cost for Summit Estate’s treatment program is dependent on whether or not you will be paying privately or using your insurance. Our Intake Coordinator will be happy to speak to you about the overall cost of treatment. Our fees include everything necessary to successfully complete your program, with the exception of: prescription costs/co-pays, and optional services such as massage, reflexology, additional therapeutic sessions, and one-on-one nutritional counseling. We work successfully with most insurance carriers and will bill them directly for your services. Additionally, for convenience, we accept all major credit cards. Full payment is due upon admission unless special arrangements have been made. If you would prefer to secure a loan to cover your program cost, we work with Prosper HealthCare Lending. Please visit our financing options page for more information.
Will anyone know if I am in treatment? Will my insurance provider inform my employer?
Summit Estate is dedicated to client confidentiality under HIPAA privacy rules. We will not discuss your treatment with any individuals or your employer unless you have signed consent to release information and specify the type of information we may discuss. If you are not paying privately, your insurance company will be notified of your treatment to facilitate payment. Your insurance provider is bound by the same HIPAA privacy rules as Summit Estate.
Will my doctor be included in the treatment process?
We are happy to coordinate treatment and share information with your doctor, providing you sign a release allowing us to do.
Can you accommodate special dietary needs?
Our onsite chef is skilled at accommodating most dietary needs. Please contact us if you have special requirements.
Are 12-step programs mandatory?
Summit Estate Recovery Center’s program is designed around an evidence-based, holistic philosophy. We do not specifically incorporate the 12-step model into our program. However, we are happy to accommodate clients interested in taking part in 12-step programming and will transport you to outside meetings and work with you on the steps while in treatment.
Can I have visitors?
Yes! We encourage family members to visit during specified weekend hours and to be involved in your recovery process. We offer family therapy as a major component of our treatment approach. With your signed consent, your family member(s) can also communicate directly with your primary counselor and/or therapist, as they’re input is valuable to the process.
What should I bring to residential treatment at Summit Estate?
Please bring a photo ID (driver’s license or passport) and your insurance card. Additionally, a credit card will be kept on file for ancillary cost. It is important you bring all medications you are currently taking, in their original packaging. Labels must in your name and cannot be expired. Please visit our what to bring page. For further questions, please contact our Intake Coordinator.
How can I convince my loved one they need help?
Our Intake Coordinator is here to guide you through this difficult situation. Depending on your specific circumstance, we are happy to provide a referral to a partner interventionist. Please call us anytime to discuss how we can help.
My loved one is mentally ill and not stable on medication. Can you help?
Summit Estate Recovery Center may not be the most appropriate choice for the severely mentally ill or those who are not stable on medication. However, this is determined on a case-by-case basis and may depend on past psychological diagnoses. Please call us now to discuss your loved one’s situation.