Frequently Asked Questions
Anyone considering treatment for substance abuse or addiction has many questions. While we cannot answer every questions that might come up for you, we have provided responses to the most common questions below.
If you have any questions that you do not see answered here, please call us at 866-441-3700, or contact us here. Our admissions coordinators are available to assist you 24 hours a day.
Admission to Cedar Point Recovery’s treatment programs is easy to arrange. Just call our admission team at 866-441-3700. Our intake coordinators can assist you with any questions you may have, including insurance verification and payment questions.
A required pre-admission screening takes place over the phone. The screening usually takes 10-20 minutes. Pre-admission screening helps to identify any issues that could delay your admission or your treatment. (For example, medical records may need to be submitted prior to admission.)
In the absence of any special circumstances, Cedar Point can usually arrange admission within one of its programs the same day as your initial phone call.
Cedar Point Recovery works with most major insurance companies. When you call us at 888-726-5974, we will verify your insurance coverage, and let you know estimates of any potential co-pays or out-of-pocket costs prior to admission.
Your eligibility and level of insurance coverage is an issue between you and your insurer, but we do our best to assist you in maximizing your available coverage.
For a confidential and complimentary insurance check, click here.
No. Unfortunately we do not accept Medicaid or Medicare at this time. However, we can refer you to a provider that may be able to help.
To find out more about the conditions we treat at Cedar Point, click here.
Typically, Cedar Point Recovery treatment programs last from 30-90 days.
The length of any client’s treatment program depends upon the client’s individual needs and clinical recommendations.
To find out more about treatment programs at Cedar Point, click here.
Following the blackout period, patients are permitted phone passes twice, but only to call people approved by the client’s primary counselor.
Client’s in Cedar Point’s outpatient programs are not permitted to bring their phones into the facilities during treatment hours.
Smoke breaks outside of the facilities are provided throughout the treatment day.