Let us help you with:
- Addiction and mental health treatment
- Comprehensive assessments
- Detox and stabilization
- Residential treatment
- Outpatient treatment
- Partial Hospitalization Program
- Family programs
- Holistic treatment options
These are just some of the many services we offer. If you’re unsure what you need, you can reach out anytime for guidance.
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Questions you might be asking
Can I go to residential treatment and still keep my job?
While we cannot speak on behalf of your particular employer, certain laws such as the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) can protect you from termination as long as you have not come to work while intoxicated or high. While both can prevent you from getting fired, the ADA cannot grant you time off from work for treatment.
It’s a good idea to speak with your organization’s human resources representative to learn how the company handles medical leave or addiction treatment. You may be surprised. Many employers want to help their employees through treatment and may have partnerships or programs in place to do just that. We cannot guarantee that they do, but it’s worth researching this information for yourself.
In fact, if you are a licensed professional, going to treatment may help you keep your job. With expertise in licensure and employment, Talbott Recovery’s Professionals Program has helped many people transition back into the career they love after treatment.
How do I find out if my insurance policy covers treatment costs?
Our insurance advocates are clinicians who work with insurance companies to verify your benefits for coverage. We’ll advocate on your behalf based on our conversation with you, but ultimately your insurance provider will determine what they will pay. This process comes at no cost to you; you will not be obligated to pay anything to find out what your options are and what your policy covers. Contact us today at 615-490-9376 to get your benefits verified for free.
How long will I be in treatment?
Time spent in treatment varies by patient, and while it may be different for you or your loved one, the average length of stay in an inpatient setting is between 25 and 30 days. In an outpatient setting, the average time frame is 30 sessions. The length of time in treatment depends on your particular situation; sometimes it’s shorter, sometimes it’s longer. Regardless of the amount of time, we will find the best program for you by factoring in the components of your life, including your particular diagnosis, your work, your family and your insurance coverage.
It’s also important to note that the end of an inpatient stay isn’t usually the end of treatment altogether. We’re here for you through all the steps down including outpatient and aftercare.
How much does treatment cost?
Cost depends on what you want, need and, honestly, have the resources to pay for, including what your insurance will cover. We want to help you find the best clinical fit for your individual needs. Even if we determine that we aren’t the best fit for you either clinically or financially, we have a whole team designated to helping connect people with other options that can help them.
Will I be able to stay in contact with my loved one during treatment?
Absolutely. At our inpatient facilities, we keep you connected with designated times for phones calls and through family weekends. Family weekends give you the opportunity to see your loved one in person.
At our outpatient facilities, we ask that you only contact your loved one outside of treatment hours, unless it’s an emergency.
1. Basic Assessment
Treatment is not one-size-fits-all. When you contact us the first thing we’ll do is ask you some specific questions to gather the information we need to make sure that our services are the best clinical fit for your individual needs. Getting you the most appropriate help and support is always our top priority.
2. Insurance Check
For many individuals, insurance options can be complicated and frustrating to sort out. For this reason, we have a team of clinicians dedicated to reviewing your information and doing the legwork of determining what your insurance will cover and what potential out-of-pocket costs you could be facing.
3. We’ll Discuss Your Options
By listening to your needs first and working with your insurance provider, we’ll personalize a plan specifically for you that offers the highest quality of treatment at the most affordable cost. We’ll walk you through the process step by step and answer any questions you may have so that you can be confident that you’re making the most informed decision possible.
At Foundations Recovery Network, we believe in treating the whole person, which is why our integrated treatment model is at the core of all we do. By pairing clinical and psychological mental health treatment with our substance abuse treatment programs, our patients are given a chance to get to the root of their addiction issues so they can experience long-term health.
All of our facilities – from residential treatment centers to our outpatient facilities – rely on the integrated treatment model as the basis of their programs. The model has been tested in 11 different federally funded research studies, which have shown that its implementation improves patient sobriety outcomes post-treatment compared to the national average of traditional programs.
Our mission is to be the leader in evidence-based, integrated treatment for co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders through clinical services, education and research.
So what does this mean exactly? It means that we believe everyone’s story is important and has a purpose. It means that we believe lives can be restored and recovery is always an option no matter what you’ve been through. We believe that treating the whole person in mind, body and spirit is vital to the recovery journey. And we believe in it so much that we have carefully researched our methods over the years to prove that creating lifetime relationships leads to long-term recovery.
Foundations accepts most major insurance providers, including those shown here.
Need intervention assistance?
We can support you
The decision to seek substance abuse treatment is ultimately a personal one, but we have resources available to assist with holding an intervention for your loved one if your situation requires it. We have developed many relationships with quality interventionists over the years, and we can help connect you with someone who can help.Learn More