Frequently Asked Questions

 

What Is Drug And Alcohol Addiction?

Drug addiction is a complex disease. Drugs change the brain in a way that foster compulsive drug abuse, quitting is difficult, even for those who are ready to do so.  Addiction is a chronic, often relapsing brain disease that causes compulsive drug seeking use, despite harmful consequences to the addict and the individuals around them.

Often you will notice signs of drug abuse such as being secretive or evasive, lying frequently, mood swings, major changes in sleep or energy levels, fluctuations in weight, attitude and appearance changes, loss of interest in things they used to enjoy, failing to meet obligations, lack of behavioral control, problems in their relationships, loss of memory, stealing.

Drug and Alcohol abuse often times leads to legal problems, loss of jobs, homes, and children as well as more serious problems. Use can lead to medical problems and damage vital organs often times leading to death

How Am I Going To Pay For This?

We want you to be able to focus on your treatment while at Ken Seeley Rehab. Treatment can be private paid for or is available to anyone with medical insurance. We will partner with your insurance company and work to get your treatment covered leaving you to focus on getting your life back.

What Can I Expect When I Call ken Seeley Rehab?

Whether or not you are calling for yourself or a loved one,  we understand the pain you are in.  You can expect a telephone assessment in order for us to help you through the pre-screening process. Our admissions counselors will be able to answer any of your questions about your struggles with addiction or any other aspects of your life.  We will ask questions such as do you need a Detox Program?  Do you need a Sober Living Program while you are in IOP?

What Can I Expect On My First Day?

Once it has been determined you are a fit for our program we will help you in order to arrange your admit date. When you arrive you will be provided a clinical evaluation and urinalysis test to determine if Detox is necessary.  We will walk you through the necessary paperwork and financial documents. If you are using insurance to pay we will verify insurance benefits.

What Should I Bring?

If you are coming from out of state, you will want to secure housing. We suggest finding a Sober Living close to the IOP. Ask you admissions counselor for suggestions on safe sober environments in the area. We will provide you with the material’s you need during groups, therapy, and yoga. Your therapist may suggest a journal, comfortable clothing and an open mind.