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Ranch Creek Recovery leaves all the options open to create an individualized pathway to recovery, leading from behind, gently moving their patients forward.

Private Luxurious Setting

Ranch Creek Recovery (RCR) operates a boutique Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers, one patient at a time.  RCR boasts a non-12 step program based upon holistic and experiential therapies while serving organic meals, in a luxurious setting.

While private rehabilitation centers operate at a higher cost than the more traditional centers, this cost is offset by the low staff-to-patient ratios.

It is reported that patients undergoing rehabilitation will more likely remain sober within a supportive environment in a private room treatment program during the post-acute phases of their addiction recovery.  Further, the best therapeutic outcomes for those in recovery were achieved when their individual needs had been identified early, in either an inpatient or outpatient program, and were frequently revised and revisited.

Patient Admissions 

RCR’s addiction treatment centers residential program is for residents living in both the United States and Internationally. RCR’s outpatient program is offered to those residing in the San Diego, Murrieta, Temecula, Los Angeles, Riverside, and Orange County areas.  

Treatment Programs

The residential programs, depending upon their needs, extend for thirty, sixty or ninety days.  The patients also have an inpatient option.

Patient Profiles

Those admitted suffer from: 
     *  Prescription drug abuse 
     *  Alcoholism
     *  Cocaine abuse
     *  Methamphetamine abuse
     *  Heroin Addiction Treatment
     *  Meth Addiction Recovery
     *  Other chemical dependencies
     *  Co-occurring disorders

Holistic – Acupuncture – Traditional – Integrative Medicine

In the 20th century,  health care’s focus was on medical treatments.  Issues that were not solely medically related were ignored and left to other professionals to treat such as emotional disorders or drug addiction to pain medication as an aftermath of surgery.

The 1970s were marked as an era of mind-body enlightenment for medical treatments were viewed to treat only part of the problem.  In 1975, holistic health made a breakthrough in its first national conference when the concept of alternative healthcare, alternative medicine (integrative medicine) was officially proposed and practiced.  

Acupuncture, the Chinese art of healing is a 5,000-year-old treatment which activates and stimulates the body’s immune and healing system.

It has been reported that 42% of the U.S. population (1998), uses some form of complementary and alternative medicine, referred to as integrative medicine and was willing to pay $27 billion for these treatments.  These statistics have still held firm.

RCR addiction treatment centers think in terms of obtaining optimal health and wellness that treats the whole person using holistic and innovative experimental therapies, which includes acupuncture, supporting integrative medicine.

RCR’s treatments include:


     *   Acupuncture for Addiction and Substance Abuse
     *   Amino Acid Therapy for Addiction
     *   Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 
     *   Equine Assisted Therapy Substance Abuse
     *   Exercise in Substance Abuse Treatment
     *   Family Education
     *   Garden Therapy
     *   Gong Sound Healing Therapy
     *   Guided Meditation for Addiction Recovery
     *   Holistic and Experiential Therapies
     *   Individualized Care
     *   Massage in Drug and Alcohol Rehab
     *   Non 12 Step Rehab
     *   Dialectical Behavior Therapy –  treated for self-harm behavior
     *   Yoga for Addiction Recovery
     *   Temecula Outpatient Rehab
            relapse prevention
            behavioral therapy
            family systems
            trauma
            codependency

Insurance

Questions regarding the insurance forms that RCR accepts, including HMO’s and PPO’s, can be discussed. This includes benefits, along with what is covered.

Questions about finance options can also be discussed including the cost and payment plans. RCR has partnered with My Treatment Lender to help patients afford the care they need.

RCR will set a date of admission and can even accommodate on the same day as admissions if appropriate.

RCR will provide patients with a checklist of what can and cannot be brought into the facility, as well as make recommendations for their stay.

drug rehab covered by insurance

Is Drug Rehab covered by insurance?

In Many Cases Insurance Covers Much of the Cost of Drug Rehab

Let’s face it…Insurance companies exist to make a profit.  In recent years—prodded by the passage of important laws governing how benefits are provided for addiction and mental health disorders—major insurance companies have begun to cover at least some of the costs related to drug addiction and co-occurring mental health conditions.  At some point in time, it became apparent that untreated drug addictions will morph into life-threatening health issues which will cost the insurance companies more money than if they would just treat the addiction in a timely manner.  Now, with the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 and the Affordable Healthcare Act of 2010, insurers can no longer give mental health conditions and addiction disorders the short shrift.

This sea change in the way that treatment for addiction and dual diagnosis disorders is approached has resulted in drug rehab being covered by insurance to some degree.  With hundreds of individual or employer-based policies offered in the U.S. there is a wide variance among them regarding the rates of coverage for addiction treatment.  Anyone wanting treatment needs to check their specific policy to determine how much of drug rehab is covered by their insurance plan.

Insurance Coverage for Drug Rehab

There was a time when social stigma prevented many people with substance use and/or mental health disorders from even inquiring about insurance coverage.  Fortunately, our culture is becoming more understanding of the disease aspect of addiction, which has increased a sense of compassion for those suffering from substance use disorders and dual diagnosis.  Reduced stigma is allowing those who need addiction treatment to acquire it without the acute sense of shame associated with it in the past.

Individuals seeking to find if drug rehab is covered by insurance should pay careful attention to the provider networks for the specific plan.  Seeking treatment from an out-of-network service provider can lead to outrageous unexpected expenses.  Most treatment providers will check the details of the insurance policy prior to admittance, but be careful that all service providers associated with the rehab are also in network.

The extent that drug rehab is covered by insurance is dictated by the type of plan one has.  Network coverage for rehab may include some or all of the following:

  • Inpatient detox:  Medically supervised detox under the 24 hour care of a medical provider
  • Inpatient rehab:  Treatment programs of varying lengths of stay where patient resides at the facility
  • Outpatient detox:  Patient may receive some medications and guidance for detoxing at home
  • Outpatient rehab:  Programs involve specified number of hours at a facility per week where group therapy and/or individual therapy is provided
  • Partial hospitalization:  Patient spends no more than 20 hours per week in a hospital combined with outpatient counseling

Coverage for Co-occurring Conditions

Because a significant number of those battling addiction also have a co-occurring mental health disorder, it is important to receive treatment for that as well.  Treating just the addiction will not provide a successful long-term outcome.  Common mental health conditions among addicts are bipolar disorder, depression, and anxiety.  In addiction recovery, all elements that contribute to addictive behaviors and substance dependency need to be diagnosed and treated for a sustained recovery.  

Again, the Parity Act of 2008 mandates that mental health services are to be charged the same copays as that of a physical condition, and for no limitations to be placed on the number of visits to a mental health practitioner as had been the case in the past.  However, insurance companies are not mandated to provide any mental health services, so check first to see that your plan does.

Ranch Creek Recovery Provides Free Insurance Check

When deciding on where to receive addiction treatment services there are many features that should be considered in order to give yourself the very best chances for success.  Ranch Creek Recovery is a small-scale rehab at a private estate located in Temecula, California.  This intimate and serene setting with beautiful hillside vistas allows for a more personalized approach to addiction treatment.  The program offers a wide array of holistic therapies to enhance recovery and foster self-enlightenment, as well as providing luxury accommodations and amenities.  For more information and a free insurance check on the details of your plan’s benefits, call us today at (877) 997-8931.

Multi-Faceted Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs Aiming to Change Lives

Multi-Faceted Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs Aiming to Change Lives

Quality Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs Provide Recovery from Addiction

Alcohol addiction is a complicated illness that consumes people who suffer it from the inside out. The cravings for alcohol can be severe and even uncontrollable. It causes habitual quests for fixes that do not stop even when ruinous consequences are faced.

It can be difficult for one to admit he or she is facing alcohol addiction. Despite this, those who do admit to it are one step closer to treating and overcoming their addiction.

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Depression and Substance Abuse

Mood disorders and substance abuse go hand in hand. Data from treatment seeking populations indicate that substance abuse disorders and other psychiatric disorders co-occur more commonly than would be expected by chance. Substance abuse, chemical dependance and alcoholism in particular are more common in patients with bipolar affective disorder than in the rest of the general population. The National Institute of Mental Health data indicates that when an individual suffers from bipoler affective disorder, that individual is most likely to have a substance abuse or dependence issue as well. There is evidence that bipolar patients with substance abuse have it worse than just having bipolar or substance abuse alone. It is difficult to diagnose a patient with bipolar dissorder when they are substance dependent because substance abuse mimics many psychiactric disorders. According to the U.S. department of Health and Human Services, a person dealing with depression may try to self-medicate using drugs or alcohol. 21% of adults who went through a depressive episode within the past year used some kind of alcohol or drug compared to only 8% dealing with depression alone.

It has also been found that co-occuring diagnosis does not limit itself to adults alone. Depression sometimes leads people to drink, which makes things worse because alcohol is a depressant. The same goes for drugs because the depressed person wants to make their bad feelings dissapear. By using alcohol and other drugs, the depressed person feels a reprieve from their depression. Some connections that researchers found between depression and substance abuse are shared brain regions; depression and substance abuse affect the same area of the brain that handles our response to stress. Genetic factors; if a person is genetically pre disposed to depression or a type of mental disorder and begins to drink, alcoholism can occur. Brain development isssues; can lead a child to depression or substance abuse, also early drug use can spark a mental disorder to appear early on.

It is important that both depression and substance abuse be treated by professionals so that the person may have a good chance at recovery. The chances of relapse are higher if both conditions are not treated. Call us at 951-676-9111 to discuss possible treatment for your substance abuse issues. We are here to help!