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Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a PPO health insurance plan, there’s a good chance that at least a portion of your treatment will be covered at Harmony Junction, as we accept most PPOs.

However, the exact amount of coverage will depend on your insurance plan and factors like your deductible and copays.

If you want a more personalized answer, give us a call at (855) 906-4088. Our addiction specialists can verify your insurance coverage for you at no charge. That way, you know exactly how much help you’ll have with paying for your treatment before you commit.

We offer substance abuse treatment for every type of addiction. Whether you’ve been abusing alcohol, heroin, meth, cocaine, benzodiazepines, or nearly any other type of substance, we can help you heal.

That being said, the style of care we recommend may vary based on the substance you’ve been abusing and the severity of that abuse. You can reach out to one of our addiction specialists at (855) 906-4088 for a free consultation to learn more about how the substance that you’ve been using could impact your care.

We offer treatment at every stage of care. This begins with detox, where we watch over patients as they go through the withdrawals and cravings of the early recovery process. We also offer a variety of rehab programs, including inpatient and outpatient care, as well as specialized options like dual diagnosis rehab, couples rehab, and pet-friendly rehab.

Finally, we also provide ongoing support for substance abuse and standalone mental health challenges. These are available through our aftercare plans, which are custom-built around the unique needs of each patient we see.

Yes, even if you don’t have a substance abuse issue, we can still help you live a happier, healthier life by addressing your mental health concerns. Our therapists have decades of collective experience and can assist you with depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and more.

We also offer dual diagnosis rehab, which is a special-built program for individuals who are experiencing substance abuse challenges with underlying mental health conditions. These can help to address both of these issues at the same time to foster a more effective recovery journey.

The core of your rehab experience will involve working 1-on-1 with a therapist who specializes in addiction recovery. They will help you understand your addiction and find personalized strategies for overcoming it.

You will also get the opportunity to participate in group-based healing activities, such as meetings and outdoor therapy. We even offer holistic healing activities to our rehab participants. These can help to align the mind, body, and spirit behind the recovery journey.

It’s technically possible to complete the detox phase of your journey on your own. However, it can be dangerous to do so. Some of the symptoms that you may experience during detox can be life-threatening if experienced alone.

When you detox at a medical center, you will always have expert medical specialists watching over you to address any problems that may arise. Plus, detoxing at a medical center makes it much more challenging to relapse. This is important since detox is typically when your cravings will be at their worst.

We may or may not prescribe medication for you to take during your treatment program. It will depend on the symptoms that you experience, the substance that you’ve been abusing, and other personal factors that we can’t answer without knowing a little more about you.

But we always do everything in our power to accommodate our patients. Whether you prefer a prescription that can help with withdrawal symptoms and cravings or not, we’ll do our best meet your needs as long as they don’t interfere with your recovery.

Inpatient and outpatient substance abuse support programs can both help you heal. The better option for you may come down to how supportive your home environment is.

If it’s highly supportive, outpatient care could work as long as you’re able to resist the urge to relapse. But if you live in a non-supportive environment, then inpatient rehab can provide the structure that you need to remain focused on recovery.

Once you finish rehab, you and your care team will work together to come up with your ideal aftercare program. This may or may not involve spending some time in a sober living home. It will depend on whether you have a supportive environment to return to after rehab and how you feel about it, among other factors.

Although we do everything in our power to help our patients avoid relapsing, it’s something that can always happen when dealing with challenging substance abuse problems. If you do relapse, we’ll welcome you back to our treatment center with open arms.

Our goal is not to judge you or make you feel like you don’t deserve support if your progress doesn’t occur in a straight line. We’ll always be here to help you take the next step in your healing journey – even if that step is one that you’ve already taken.

One of the most significant factors setting us apart from other treatment centers is our focus on personalization in the recovery process. We design your entire treatment plan around your unique needs instead of asking you to fit into a ready-made solution.

This allows us to provide a more targeted form of recovery assistance than many of our peers. For you, it means a healing journey that aligns with your needs, always. Plus, our staff members will always be there to give you the specific type of support that you need, just when you need it most.