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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Have questions about substance abuse treatment? See answers to frequently asked questions about drug and alcohol rehab below. If you have additional questions, don’t hesitate to call us at 855-993-6311.

Does Safe Landing take medical insurance?

Yes! We accept most major medical insurance plans. Recent legislation has made it mandatory for insurance providers to pay for drug and alcohol treatment. Speak with one of our admissions representatives, who can assist you in verifying coverage for your teen and provide information on other payment options.

What if I don’t have insurance?

There are alternative ways to pay for your teen’s treatment. If you can afford it, there’s the option of paying out-of-pocket. If possible, seeking aid from family members or friends can help cover the cost of care. My Treatment Lender, credit cards and traditional banks may also cover the cost of treatment.

Is your facility accredited?

Yes. Safe Landing is a Joint Commission Accredited rehab center. The Joint Commission is an independent, not-for-profit organization that accredits and certifies nearly 21,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. Joint Commission accreditation is recognized nationwide as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting certain performance standards. Our accreditation solidifies our commitment to exceeding all expectations when it comes to quality care.

What kinds of substance addictions do you treat?

We treat drug and alcohol addictions among teenagers, including those involving prescription and illicit opioids, alcohol, stimulants and inhalants. At Safe Landing, we offer dual diagnosis treatment to address co-occurring mental health conditions like anxiety or depression along with addiction treatment.

What kind of treatment programs do you offer?

Our addiction treatment programs for teenagers include residential rehab, partial hospitalization treatment and intensive outpatient rehabilitation. Although we do not directly offer detox, our sister networks integrate seamlessly with client care. We provide initial connections for providing your teen’s detoxification and then immediately admit them into our care. Teenagers are a particularly difficult treatment population to reach. We employ treatment that makes sense, is straightforward, encouraging and prepares young adults for the rest of their lives without the hinderance of a substance use disorder. Our clinical staff is professional, relatable, and many are in long-term recovery themselves.

What therapies and modalities do you use during treatment?

Our treatment programs are tailored to your teen’s individual needs, after a comprehensive evaluation to determine the severity of their addiction and to assess their physical and mental health. Their personalized treatment plan may include: · Cognitive behavioral therapy · Dialectical behavior therapy · Animal assisted therapy · Trauma therapy · Harm reduction therapy · Motivational interviewing · Emotional regulation · Self-esteem building · Wellness · Family counseling

How long does treatment last at Safe Landing?

Our addiction treatment programs and services are not defined by a number of days, but rather by your teen’s individual needs. Our phased approach allows them to advance through treatment at a pace based on their specific situation and clinical milestones.

Will I be able to phone my teen during treatment? Can they get mail or email?

Calling schedules are planned in advance, allowing ample time for family members and loved ones to connect during supervised sessions. You are also welcome to participate in family systems therapy, and in some cases you may work with your teen’s case manager to set up visitation and additional methods of contact. All mail deliveries are held by staff and released upon completion of treatment. Internet access is not generally available during rehab, although limited, monitored internet access may be allowed.

Do you offer outpatient programs that allow my teen to still go to school or work, or visit with family members?

Yes. We offer a variety of outpatient treatment programs for alcohol and drugs. Our programs are centered around making rehab work for you and your teen. We know those who are committed will put in the work. So we are committed to providing programs that will let your teen fulfill their responsibilities, while still putting their sobriety first.

What’s your confidentiality policy?

Your teen’s privacy is important to us. We follow federal HIPAA guidelines and all communication must be approved by you with written consent. Your teen’s treatment will be completely confidential at our centers.

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