Frequently Asked Questions About Ranch Creek Recovery
Do you have additional questions about Ranch Creek Recovery and what our approach to addiction treatment is like? Take a look at our frequently asked questions to find the answers you’re searching for.
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At Ranch Creek Recovery, we treat a range of substance abuse disorders. This includes alcohol, opiates, heroin, cocaine, meth, marijuana, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, amphetamine and hallucinogens.
How many people do you treat at one time and why?
Our residential facility is limited to 6 beds to create individualized treatment in small groups and allow daily individual sessions. We also have an outpatient location to continue with treatment once insurance has stepped you down to a lower level of care. Transitional sober housing is available while in this level of care, with an affordable monthly fee.
What is the admissions process like?
Prior to Admission, you will be pre-screened over the phone to make sure you meet criteria for the proper level of care. You would then be scheduled for your intake. It is important you show up on time. You will be asked questions about your history and sign all admissions paperwork. You will be drug/alcohol tested, then you will receive a tour of the facility and a copy of the house rules.
What sort of medical treatment do you provide?
We are a non-medical treatment facility, however we work with a Medical Doctor that will prescribe Detox Medication when needed. Any other medical issues will require you to see your own Doctor or be referred by our facility.
Do you provide detox? If so, what is the detox process like?
Yes, we provide SubAcute Detox and you will be prescribed detox medications if needed. If our Doctor determines you need an Acute detox because your health is at risk or for any other reason, you will be transferred to a local Acute Detox Center and be brought back to our facility once you have medical clearance. Detox usually lasts 3-10 days and prescribed medications are to make you safe and comfortable during the detox phase. We monitor vitals daily for all clients and regularly check on you during the detox phase.
Does insurance cover treatment at Ranch Creek Recovery?
Most insurance covers substance abuse treatment. Prior to your intake, we run a verification of benefits and let you know what your deductible and maximum out of pocket costs are for the plan year. All policies are different and there is no guarantee of benefits. We handle the clinical reviews with your insurance case manager and obtain authorization for treatment based on your clinical assessment.
What types of holistic treatment therapies do you offer?
We provide equine Assisted Therapy, acupuncture, yoga, sound healing meditation, fitness training and art Therapy.
What is a typical day like for someone in treatment at Ranch Creek Recovery?
We are a structured, friendly environment. You will be given a schedule with group times, individual sessions, holistic therapies, family education, family visitation, meetings, outings, meal times and free time.
What is individualized treatment like at Ranch Creek Recovery?
We offer daily individual sessions Monday through Friday with a counselor or therapist to allow you to work on your personal needs for continued recovery and sobriety.
Do you treat mental health disorders like depression and anxiety?
Yes, we offer dual diagnosis treatment that is in our scope of practice. We have a Therapist on staff that will meet with you individually to help you work through your co-occurring disorder and develop strategies and practices to manage it after treatment.
Does Ranch Creek Recovery provide treatment or support for family members?
We have weekly Family Education Groups to help educate family members about their loved one’s addiction. Our Therapist will provide an individual session with the family after two weeks of treatment as needed for the client’s recovery.
How many people do you have on staff?
We have a 15-person staff who will all work with you and guide you through treatment and recovery. Our Therapist is a PsyD, all our counselors are either licensed or certified through CCAPP, Our Clinical Director has BA in Psychology and our house manager are all working towards a drug and alcohol certification with an RADT.
We also have outside therapists who come in for our holistic therapies.
Am I allowed to have my phone or computer with me during treatment?
Since we are a confidential facility, we do not allow you to have your phone or computer on you at all times. We as that you leave those items at home. If you have to have access to work or other important things, we can work out a schedule that complies with our confidentiality and structure.
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If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction or dual diagnosis disorders and is ready to get treatment, we can help. Contact us today to learn more about our treatment approach and what the next step is to get started.