How do I approach a loved one about the possibility of entering rehab?
If you fear that a loved one is suffering from substance abuse, it is essential that you reach out for help in terms of intervention. With a host of other loving individuals at their side, you will want to sit them down and ask them questions. You will also want to pay close attention to their behavior, as their body language can say a lot about whether the person in question has a problem before the person will speak verbally.
It is important to realize that there may be some form of denial involved, so listening to what they say and how they say it is of critical import.
How long do the programs offered by Mountainview Recovery typically last?
Our programs usually last for 30-90 days, depending on the individual’s progress.
How expensive is rehabilitation at Mountainview Recovery?
We take in all patients at Mountainview Recovery on a case-by-case basis and for different lengths of time, so the total expenses vary. Private pay options are available based on the services necessary for the individual. We also take most major insurances. Please call our admissions department for more information at (833)-489-4460.
What sorts of medications are prescribed to a person undergoing rehab?
Anti-Depressants, detox medications, and comfort medications, such as suboxone. We also prescribe Vivitrol to current patients who qualify as a way to fight against a potential relapse.
What can a person in rehabilitation expect to experience on a day-to-day basis?
Mountainview Recovery patients are always in a group from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. We also make sure they have time to receive their daily individualized care, including potential psych evaluations. Other activities our patients take part in daily include (but are not limited to):
- Art therapy
- Group therapy
- Music therapy
- Trauma resolution
- Activity-based programs
- Team building programs
- Medication management
What happens if a person who has completed the program relapses?
If a discharged patient suffers from a relapse, please encourage them to call us and get back in the program. Mountainview Recovery has a stabilization period in place for individuals who start using again shortly after they leave, allowing them to re-enter the program for a few short days or weeks rather than the entire duration of the program.
Every single one of our patients leaves Mountainview with a plan for success, and we set them up for an aftercare program and keep in contact regularly to ensure their continued sobriety.
Frequently asked questions.
Answers To Your Questions.
Questions are a normal part of the recovery process, as you will want to make sure that you or your loved one is entering the right program. Below are some of our most frequently asked questions, displayed in the hopes that you find the information you seek.