FAQs


What is the difference between residential care and a partial hospitalization program (PHP)?
Residential treatment means that you are living on-site with round-the-clock care. This type of treatment usually follows medical detox and is more intensive than partial hospitalization. In a partial hospitalization program, you have fewer hours of programming and one-on-one services. Typically the PHP level of care is designed for individuals who need structured programming, but do not need 24-hour medical supervision.


I’ve been to treatment before but it didn’t really work. How is it going to be different this time?
There are multiple factors that influence your success in rehab. Your willingness to commit to a life in recovery is critical, and following recommended aftercare and relapse prevention plans make a huge difference. Once your time at the facility is over, we highly encourage you to stay in touch with us and participate in alumni services. Recovery is a journey and we want to be here for you throughout the entire process.


Do you prescribe medication?

We do utilize medication at the facilities for detoxification as well as to treat any underlying co-occurring disorders. We focus on equipping you with the tools necessary to abstain from substances in recovery. We do prescribe Vivitrol, a once-monthly injection that serves to reduce drug cravings, until you can locate a physician at home that is a prescriber and set the next appointment. If your medical and clinical team recommends long-term medication management, we will work with you individually to ensure your needs are met. We understand that your unique needs are important in aftercare as well, and long-term recovery and aftercare may be different for some of our patients than the general patient population.


What if I am not totally committed to getting treatment at this time?
We understand and respect your decision, but highly encourage you to give rehab a chance. Many of our clients who are now in recovery can empathize with how you’re feeling, but say that committing to treatment (even before they were totally ready) was the best decision they could have ever made. Once you begin to see progress in treatment, no matter how small, you will be encouraged and empowered to continue. To get started, call one of our intake coordinators. They can discuss the treatment process with you, answer your questions and talk through your apprehension about rehab. Your recovery is possible — let’s make it a reality. 


I am deciding between you and another center. They are offering to waive my flight and deductible. How does your facility match that?
While monetary incentives can be quite an attractive offer, especially considering the financial strain you have already incurred through addiction, please be wary of companies who offer incentives like these. Be cautious when considering a facility that seems more interested in patient enticement than your recovery. Many of these facilities “waive” small payments but end up billing you later. Nunity foundation facilities do not offer monetary incentives. Instead, we work with you to set up a straightforward payment plan ahead of time. You will have the chance to work with our financial counselors while at the facility to make sure you are able to manage everything once treatment is complete.

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