How do I start the admissions process?
The simple answer is to call us any time at 1-844-312-HOPE our licensed counselors will conduct a quick screening to help you determine if you are ready for treatment. They will walk through the process with you and help construct an admissions plan, including funding, transportation and detoxification options. Admission inquiries are free, confidential and place you under no obligation for treatment. Click here for more information regarding admissions to Recovering Hope.
Can I afford treatment? (Payment Options & Insurance)
We will work with you to carefully review all payment options that may be available to insure that you are able to receive treatment. Some payment options may include private pay, insurance, state coverage or a combination. We are currently a licensed provider for the following state and private insurance companies listed below. We are able to bill out of network for other state and private insurance companies not listed with pre authorization approval.
- State Of Minnesota
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Prime West
- South Country Health Alliance
- Hennepin Health
Does Recovering Hope offer detoxification?
Recovering Hope is able to connect you with local detox facilities to ensure safe detoxification from substances prior to being admitted to our residential program. Recovering Hope does have medical staff to continue to address post-acute withdrawal symptoms, medication management and medical conditions.
Does Recovering Hope offer medical services?
Clients entering Recovering Hope are very fortunate to have a professional Medical Service Unit right on campus. The unit is staffed with Registered and Licensed Nursing Staff who are overseen by our Advanced Practice Registered Nurse. Patient’s medications, both prescribed and over the counter, are kept in the Medical Service Unit and dispensed by the nursing staff at scheduled times throughout the day. The staff works very closely with the Medical Doctors, Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants at our local clinic and hospital and they are all fully trained in detox and addiction protocols.
Life at Recovering Hope
What happens on a typical patient day?
Each patient is given an individualized treatment plan, which includes specific focus given to education about their addiction, helping them identify and overcome blocks to recovery, and develop coping skills which will help them remain sober and participate in either a structured aftercare program and/or attend Twelve Step recovery meetings following treatment. Licensed professionals facilitate all programming, which include individual, group, and family therapy. Psychological, spiritual, parenting skills and physical fitness services are also incorporated into each patient’s individual treatment plan. A typical schedule for the day includes lecture, group, individual therapy, activities, 3 meal times, recreation time and personal work time. As the patient steps down in level of care, clients are able to add into their routine volunteering, schooling and other activities to encourage personal growth and independence.
Will I be able to see my family/loved ones?
Yes. Recovering Hope believes that providing education to families/significant others and having the opportunity to communicate in a supportive environment is an integral part of the recovery process and helps the entire family begin the road to recovery. Visitation times are also available each weekend.
Where will I be staying?
You will be staying in a comfortable room with up to two patients per room.
Can I bring my cell phone, computer or other electronics?
No. Recovering Hope does not allow the use of cell phones, PDA’s, computers or other electronic devices while in treatment. Patients are here to focus on recovery and healing and not the distractions of the outside world. This does not mean patients will be unable to contact loved ones. Communication methods are available per counselor discretion.
What should I bring?
- Medical insurance card
- All medications that you are currently prescribed
- Calling Card
- Two weeks worth of clothes
- Personal hygiene products
- For full list of items needed, please refer to the Admissions Contract
What should I not bring?
Don’t bring any of these items:
- DVD’s, VHS’s, CD’s or any type of music player
- Portable DVD players
- Computers, laptops, IPods, I pads, tablets
- Aerosol Products
For full list of items that are not allowed, please refer to the Admissions Contract.
Can I bring my car?
Ability to have a car during your time at Recovering Hope is on a case-by-case basis and will be determined by staff. If you are determined to have access to your car during your staff, proof of insurance will need to be provided.
What type of treatment does Recovering Hope offer?
Recovering Hope offers abstinence-based, holistic treatment services which are based around the 12 Steps of Recovery. We utilize a full multidisciplinary team including licensed alcohol and drug counselors, mental health professionals, and nurses to assist clients in identifying and resolving problems, which have interfered with their ability to lead a healthy, chemical free lifestyle. Each client meets with a variety of professionals during the assessment process and participates with their counselor in developing an individualized treatment plan, which is reviewed weekly by the multidisciplinary team, the primary counselor, and the client.
Does Recovering Hope offer dual-diagnosis treatment?
Recovering Hope recognizes that many of our clients struggle with mental health problems as well as chemical addiction. We have an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse who is Doctorally prepared in Psychiatry on staff that meets with each client within the first five days of admission, and assists in the development and on-going monitoring of each client’s individual treatment plan, and provides supportive counseling when indicated. Our nursing department works with both clients’ private physicians/psychiatrists and local medical providers to monitor the effectiveness and if necessary, make adjustments to mental health medications. Our staff Advanced Practice Registered Nurse is also available on site for medication management and evaluation of mental health needs.
Are family members and loved ones involved in treatment?
We are in the process of creating a Family program to include loved ones in the recovery process to ensure understanding, collaboration, support, and a team focus to ensure a recovering person has the support they need for success. While we are fully developing our family program, families will be included in various aspects of treatment planning, continuing care planning, and individual family sessions.
Does Recovering Hope offer continuing care after treatment?
Yes. Patient’s will meet with their case manager to address living situations, employment, continued treatment options, outside providers and resources for maintain relationships with their children prior to discharging Recovering Hope.
What is the patient to counselor ratio?
We have a 12:1 patient-to-counselor ratio.