Frequently Asked Questions
At Tulip Hill Recovery, we understand how intimidating it can be to seek treatment for addiction which is why we have designed a simple, streamlined process for admission. Once you recognize that you, or someone you love needs professional help, our admissions staff are available to answer any questions you may have about the process. You can always contact us at 877-845-8192 or e-mail info@tuliphillrecovery. We are determined to make sure you or your loved one are as comfortable and prepared as possible.
What is the admissions process?
During your call with our admissions staff, you will be able to complete a confidential pre-admission assessment in order to determine whether or not Tulip Hill Recovery will be able to meet your needs. At this time, you will be asked a series of questions pertaining to your unique situation. This will allow our staff to ensure that every individual is being admitted into the appropriate level of care.
How do I pay for treatment?
If you are currently insured, it is possible that you have health insurance that will cover the cost of substance abuse treatment. At Tulip Hill Recovery, we work with a wide variety of insurance providers. Our admissions staff will review the benefits of your insurance to determine whether your treatment will be covered. If you know your treatment is not covered or you do not have insurance, please contact our staff anyway, as we are committed to assisting you in finding the best available resources for your needs.
How long will I be in treatment?
The length of stay in intensive outpatient and outpatient levels of care varies from person to person. Substance abuse treatment is highly individualized and length of stay depends on a number of factors including previous time spent in treatment and personal motivation. Our clinical team will develop the best plan for each client based on their individual needs.
Federal Law mandates that it is the legal responsibility of Tulip Hill Recovery to ensure each client’s confidentiality. All of our staff are dedicated to upholding the strict standards of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA). We also adhere to our internal policies regarding client rights and confidentiality.
What to Expect
During the intake process residents will be oriented to Tulip Hill Recovery’s policies, clinical schedule, and program rules. New clients will be given the opportunity to meet with Tulip Hill Recovery’s team of professionals including their therapist, case manager and residential staff.
For the safety of our community, clients are required to allow staff to search personal belongings upon admission or any time thereafter while in the care of Tulip Hill Recovery. Personal belongings deemed inappropriate or unsafe will be confiscated and secured in staff offices or properly disposed of by a member of the staff. The presence of alcoholic beverages or illicit substances are prohibited on Tulip Hill Recovery property at any time.
After clinical hours, we encourage our client’s to participate in local 12 step fellowships in order to help build a foundation for long term recovery.