How long is detoxification?
The nature of your alcohol or drug abuse will determine the length of the detox. Typically it is anywhere between 3-8 days depending on the substances that have been abused, time using those substances, route of administration. All of these things can play a part in determining the length of a detox. However, we promise to make the client as comfortable as possible through the whole process.
How long is the residential inpatient program?
Residential inpatient treatment can last anywhere between two weeks to three months. The length of your stay is determined by the level of care you need. Our goal is to get you as much time needed as possible. This is determined by the Clinical Team and progress of the client.
How often will I receive individual therapy?
Individual therapy will happen two to three times weekly as needed determined by the clinical team. Individual therapy is a big part of long-term recovery and can be requested more frequently depending on acuity.
Is my treatment confidential?
Treatment is confidential. The only ones allowed access to a client’s treatment documents are the individuals themselves or parties put on consent which is determined by the client.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes, most large insurance carriers are accepted. An admissions specialist can help navigate the logistics of admissions.
What are your private pay costs?
Cost is determined on level of care as well as treatment length. Please contact an admissions specialist today for more information.
Can I bring my pet?
This depends on the certifications attached to a client’s pet. There is a difference between an emotional support animal (ESA) and a Service Animal. All pet admittance inquiries can be directed towards an admissions specialist.
Do I need to bring my prescribed medications?
Yes, bring any medications that you’re prescribed. Medications may be subject to an evaluation by our medical team.
How do I tell my loved ones where I am going?
This depends on the nature of the situation. We understand this is a delicate situation, and we are are here to provide support wherever necessary.
How do I tell my boss where I’m going?
This varies depending on the job. FMLA paperwork can be submitted on behalf of the client from Veritas Detox. Leaves of absence for medical issues can also be granted depending on the job.
What if I have legal issues?
We can work with the court system and are willing to submit any paperwork that’s need for a client’s treatment. Submitting admittance, progress, and completion letters to the court is no problem for us.
Will my job find out I’m in treatment?
All records are confidential, so your job won’t know that you’re in treatment and have been treated in the past.
Can my family come visit me?
After detox, our clinical team may allow family visitation when deemed appropriate.
Can I call friends/family from the facility?
Yes. Once the residential phase has been reached, cell phone usage will be permitted.
Do clients leave the facility/ are there outings?
Yes. Client’s leave the facility for medical appointments. Clients may also leave the facility for group outings such as activities. However, clients are not allowed to be off site without staff supervision.
Am I allowed to smoke cigarettes/vape?
Yes, all tobacco products are allowed.
Can I park my car on the facility?
Parking arrangements can be arranged with our admissions team.
Do I get to keep my wallet/personal belongings at the facility?
You may bring your wallet, money and any other personal property on site. However, these items are subject to being locked up.
If I fly from a different state, will Veritas Detox pick me up/take me back to the airport once treatment is over?
Yes. Our operations staff is available for airport transportation. Typically, you can find our dedicated staff holding a sign to welcome you!
Am I allowed to work while I’m in treatment? Can I bring my laptop?
Yes. We understand that sometimes work responsibilities can’t be compromised. Our admissions specialists will coordinate a preadmission agreement to ensure that work is not jeopardized.
What do I tell my probation/parole officer?
We encourage patients to be transparent with their probation officers. If needed, we provide acceptance and progess letter.
Will going to Veritas Detox be on my medical record?
No, all treatment is confidential and protected by the HIPAA.