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Frequently Asked Questions

Altitude Recovery Community is not your typical substance abuse treatment program. We started our program with one single goal in mind: to provide high-quality, personalized treatment that is accessible.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When it comes to seeking treatment for substance abuse, it can be very overwhelming. Altitude Recovery Community took the time to answer the most commonly asked questions we seen when someone is looking to get help for a drug or alcohol problem.

What’s the Difference Between Inpatient & Outpatient?

Inpatient treatment like Altitude Recovery, typically referred to as residential treatment, is when a client lives on-site 24 hours a day and receives clinical treatment throughout the day. Most programs last from 30-60 days depending on the person. Outpatient treatment is when a client lives at home or in a sober living environment and attends treatment a few days a week on an outpatient basis.

How Can I Afford Treatment?

Altitude Recovery Community works with most major insurance providers who cover out-of-network benefits. Typically PPO, POS or EPO plans that will cover almost all of the costs associated with treatment. In addition to accepting private insurance, we offer affordable self-pay rates.

Can I Speak to My Loved Ones While in Treatment?

Of course! We encourage loved ones to participate in the treatment process. From family workshops to virtual therapy sessions, we are here to make sure your entire family heals from the disease of addiction.

How Long is Detoxification?

Typically, detox can last anywhere from 7-10 days, sometimes less and sometimes more, depending on the user’s history with substances. Altitude Recovery Community utilizes the latest advancements and medications to ensure a safe and comfortable detox process.

What If I Want to Leave Treatment?

You are free to leave at any time. Treatment is completely voluntary and while we encourage everyone to complete their stay in treatment, we cannot force you to stay.

Can I Force My Loved One to Go to Rehab?

Depending on the state you live in the answer could be yes or no. While some states have laws that can mandate a person to treatment, studies show when the person enters treatment on their own accord their chances of success increase.

What is Dual-Diagnosis Treatment?

Dual-diagnosis treatment is treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring mental illness. Over 43% of those with a substance abuse disorder suffer from a co-occurring mental illness that can be a barrier to success in recovery. Here at Altitude Recovery Community, we help identify and treat any issues that could stop you from succeeding in recovery.

What is the Typical Length of the Program?

While the standard for treatment is currently 30 days of inpatient care, here at Altitude Recovery Community we do not take the one-size-fits-all approach. Through our immersive and innovative programming, we offer clients treatment plans that are specific to their needs. Some clients may attend our program for 45 days, while others may stay for 90 days. Each stay is unique to the user.

What Happens After Rehab?

Once you become a part of our community you are with us for life. Altitude Recovery Community is here for our clients long after they leave our program. Before you leave, we will ensure you have an aftercare plan that works for your needs.

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We Work With Most Major Insurance.

Altitude Recovery Community works with most major PPO & POS insurance plans that cover out-of-network benefits. We will work so you have little to no out-of-pocket costs when it comes to getting help for substance abuse at our luxury drug rehab in Camarillo, CA. To find out your benefits and coverage for treatment, click the button below to get a free benefits check right now.

Our program is unable to accept Medi-Cal, Medicaid, or Medicare plans at this time, however, please feel free to contact us for a list of programs that do.

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