Frequently Asked Questions - The Ranch

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How much does treatment cost?

Treatment cost varies depending on the program, level of care, length of stay and insurance coverage. The best way to get an accurate estimate of any out-of-pocket expenses is to call our admissions team for a free treatment cost estimate. 844-876-7680

Do you accept insurance?

Yes. We accept most PPO insurance carriers. Call our admissions team for a free insurance benefits check. We’ll work directly with your insurance company to determine your coverage eligibility and maximize the benefits available to you. 844-876-7680

Where will I live?

Following an initial assessment and stabilization period at our intake residence, you’ll live in a welcoming home with a small group of peers sharing similar struggles. Our residences become small treatment communities in and of themselves, fostering peer support and teaching accountability and effective communication skills. Residences are complete with comfortable furnishings, common living areas, kitchens and outside gathering areas. Learn more about our residences.

Are your programs 12-step based?

We offer both 12-step involvement and 12-step alternatives. Clients attend whatever support groups best align with their needs and preferences.

What’s the food like?

Each of our residences is equipped with a fully functioning kitchen. You and your peers will prepare and eat well-rounded, delicious meals together. This helps encourage community and provides you valuable recovery skills to apply in life after treatment.

Is smoking permitted?

Yes. Smoking and the use of other tobacco products is permitted in designated areas.

Do you offer detox?

Yes. We offer medical drug and alcohol detox as well as a comprehensive stabilization and assessment program. Clients are monitored around the clock by a medical team and provided with evidence-based medications to ease withdrawal symptoms as clinically appropriate. Clients also complete biopsychosocial evaluations to assess any co-occurring mental health disorders, underlying trauma or other issues that should be addressed in treatment. Learn more.

Do you offer family therapy?

Yes. We offer regular family therapy sessions via phone or in person as clinically appropriate. We also offer three-day family workshops. Learn more.

Do you treat dual diagnosis/co-occurring disorders?

Yes. We provide comprehensive mental health care for the full range of issues that commonly co-occur with substance abuse, including eating disorders, sex addiction and intimacy disorders, depression, anxiety and personality disorders. We also treat clients with mental health disorders as their primary diagnosis.

Do you treat trauma?

Yes. Our staff is specially trained in trauma and its impact on addictions, mental health issues and other challenges. All treatment is trauma-informed, and we provide trauma-focused therapies like EMDR, Brainspotting, Somatic Experiencing®, equine therapy and mindfulness practices.

How long does treatment last?

The average length of stay is 30 days, but it varies depending on your individual treatment needs.

Where will I live?

You’ll live in a comfortable bungalow with a small group of fellow clients. Residences have full bedrooms; full bathrooms; airy, open kitchens; and warmly decorated dining rooms and living areas. Houses also have outdoor areas with grills and BBQ pits for cooking, eating and gathering outdoors. Learn more about our residences and campus.

What is a typical day like?

Days are full at The Ranch Mississippi. You’ll have several groups and activities focused on uncovering the reasons behind your addiction. You’ll also learn healthy coping skills and build your resilience so you can stand strong in recovery when you leave. Click here to read about a typical day in treatment.

Can I have visitors?

Yes. Visitation is on Sundays, as clinically appropriate.

How long is your program?

Our programs range from 14, 30, 60, 90 and 120 days. Each person’s needs are different. We like to say, “We don’t want you to be in treatment one day longer than you need to be, but we don’t want you to leave a day early either.”

What is the food like?

You and your housemates will plan and prepare all your meals as a group. Meal plans will be reviewed by medical staff to ensure they are both satisfying and healthy. You’ll also do your own grocery shopping. This is an empowering component of treatment that helps you develop skills you can apply to everyday living after you leave The Ranch Mississippi.

Can I bring my phone?

We want you to focus on getting better. Electronics such as mobile phones are not allowed, but you will have designated phone time three times every week to make personal calls on The Ranch Mississippi phones, as clinically appropriate.

Can I bring my musical instrument?

Absolutely. We encourage creative expression. It’s not uncommon for clients to bring their guitars or other instruments to gatherings or worship and engage the community in song.

Do you allow smoking?

Yes, in designated smoking areas.

Will my counselor work with my probation officer or court officers?

Yes.

Do you accept court orders?

Yes.

What if my loved one refuses to go to treatment?

An intervention, when properly done, breaks through the denial system and leads the addicted person to the help that they need to begin recovery. Alcohol and drug interventions are acts of love, courage and hope. Call us to be referred to an interventionist in your area 888-478-0285

Can my loved one call me?

Clients are on telephone restriction for the first seven days at The Ranch Mississippi alcohol and drug rehab. This period gives them time to bond with the community. Their initial reaction might be to run away from their disease. Any threat to their disease (i.e., treatment, therapy, structure, rules or medication) may not be easy for them to handle. They may call you in an attempt to get you to play an adversarial role with the staff, which makes treatment more difficult or encourages you to take them out of treatment to end their perceived pain. This is your first opportunity to help them in the treatment process. After the initial seven days, clients can make calls three times a week and have visitors weekly, as clinically appropriate. Limited communication is in place because clients need to bond with each other as part of the treatment process. This encourages them to bring issues to group and to their counselors so professionals can help them work through their difficulties.

How do treatment confidentiality laws affect me?

Clients are asked to put their family on their Authorization to Release Information form. This is a form that meets the Federal Guidelines CRF-42-R, which enables us to acknowledge that the client is here and discuss the client with the person inquiring. If the client refuses to sign the consent form, the federal law governing confidentiality does not allow us to speak with you.

How do I receive updates on my loved one’s progress?

Your loved one’s counselor will contact you within the first week of their stay. After that, please call your client’s counselor every other week for an update between 2:30 and 4:30 pm CT.

What is the family program?

Our family program teaches you about the disease of addiction and helps you begin the healing process. It usually takes place in the third or fourth week of treatment and lasts five days. Many say that our family program is a transformational experience.

Can I visit my loved one?

Yes. Visitation is on Sundays, as deemed clinically appropriate by your loved one’s primary counselor.

How much does treatment cost?

The Ranch Mississippi is very affordable compared to the cost of many addiction treatment centers. The cost of drug rehab treatment varies depending on the program you attend and level of care required. To get a free, detailed estimate on the cost of care, please call our admissions experts 888-478-0285

Do you accept insurance?

Yes. We accept most major insurance policies. The best way to determine your specific insurance benefits for addiction treatment is to call our admissions experts for a free benefits check. We’ll work directly with your insurance company to determine what is covered under your plan. Call us: 888-478-0285

Are there any hidden fees for special therapies, etc.?

We do not charge extra for services such as equine therapy or seeing a The Ranch Mississippi specialist in trauma or other areas. Our fees are all-inclusive except for medications and standard lab fees. However, these are covered by most insurance plans. Our five-day family program is an extra fee for family members.

What are living arrangements like?

Clients live together in groups that are designed to function similar to families. Chores are divided among the “family members.” Someone sweeps, mops, washes dishes, prepares meals and cooks. As a group, they plan a weekly menu and a grocery shopping list, and do their own shopping. They are required to make up their bed daily and wash their clothes weekly. Clients learn responsible sober-living skills during treatment. These daily tasks aid in their transition when they leave The Ranch Mississippi and again are living on their own.

Do you have a gym?

Yes. We have a newly renovated gym with free weights, Nautilus equipment, stationary bicycles and ellipticals. We also have volleyball, basketball and tennis courts. Learn more about our center.

How do you handle medications?

All medication is approved and prescribed by The Ranch Mississippi medical staff. Some clients are given medication as part of their treatment. Medication compliance is a relapse issue for many people with addiction. The Ranch Mississippi uses a system of self-administration of medication to help clients be personally responsible for their medication. The physician orders the medication; the medication is placed in a locked medication cart; and a nurse observes each client retrieve his or her medication from the cart and take it.

What if clients have health issues?

Clients with general health complaints can see the medical director or family nurse practitioner. We are staffed to treat a number of health conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, liver disease, chronic pain, Hepatitis C, dental issues and communicable diseases.

Do you offer detox?

Yes. We offer medical detox. Our 24/7 medical team monitors clients around the clock and attends to any discomfort immediately. Learn more about our drug and alcohol detox program.

Do you treat pregnant women with addictions?

Yes. We offer comprehensive medical care for addicted pregnant women. Expecting mothers are welcome to enter treatment at any point in their pregnancy as long as they are physically stable.

What are co-occurring disorders?

Many people with addictions also have co-occurring mental health disorders. A co-occurring disorder or dual diagnosis means that a person has been diagnosed with both chemical dependency and one or more psychiatric disorders. These clients require some extra support. This can consist of psychiatric visits, medication management and specialized groups. Learn more about co-occurring disorders treatment.

Have questions about addiction treatment?

Our caring staff is here around the clock to answer all of your questions and get you the help you need. Call us 888-478-0285

Do you offer drug detox?

Yes. We offer medically monitored drug and alcohol detox. Our 24/7 medical team will monitor you around the clock, using evidence-based medications to ease withdrawal symptoms as clinically appropriate. We’ll make sure detox is a comfortable and safe experience.

Are you a gender-specific drug rehab?

Yes, most of our programming is gender-specific. We believe that separate programming and residences for men and women are critical components of an effective addiction treatment program. This approach helps you feel safe sharing difficult emotions and experiences. It also helps alleviate distractions and inhibitions that may come with a mixed-gender environment.

Do you treat dual diagnosis/co-occurring mental health issues?

Yes. Our specially trained staff will simultaneously treat co-occurring mental health disorders and drug and alcohol abuse.

How much does drug rehab treatment cost?

Insurance may cover all or a portion of addiction treatment. The best way to get an accurate cost estimate is to call our recovery specialists for a free consultation. They will work directly with your insurance company to determine any out-of-pocket costs. 888-545-7772

Do you accept insurance?

Yes. We accept many out-of-network and in-network insurances. The best way to determine insurance coverage is to call us. We’ll talk to your insurance company to determine your eligibility and ensure you get the maximum coverage available to you. Call our admissions specialists for a free insurance benefits check. 888-545-7772

How long do I need to stay in drug rehab?

Treatment length depends on your individual needs. Our minimum length of stay is 30 days. Some clients stay up to 90 days. The average length of stay ranges from 30 to 60 days.

Can I make phone calls?

Yes. After an initial five-day “black out” period to help you get settled into treatment and connect with the recovery community, you can make calls three times per week as clinically appropriate.

Do you have a gym?

Yes. We have an onsite gym that you may use several times a week.

Can I smoke?

Yes. You may smoke in designated areas.

Can I have visitors?

Yes. As clinically appropriate, men may have visitors from 12 – 2 pm on Saturdays and women may have visitors from 12 – 2 pm on Sundays.

Do you offer aftercare planning?

Yes. Your primary therapist will work with you during your stay to make sure you are well-supported when you return to everyday life. This may include pre-scheduling appointments with therapists and psychiatrists, connecting you with recovery support resources in your area, and helping you transition into a sober-living residence.

What should I bring to treatment?

Our admissions team will send you a comprehensive welcome packet that includes a packing list.

Where will I live?

At The Ranch Pennsylvania drug rehab, you’ll live in newly built, comfortable cottages with a small group of peers in treatment. Our residences provide opportunities to develop strong connections with other people in recovery and practice recovery skills.

Can I receive mail?

Yes. You may receive and send cards, letters and packages while at The Ranch Pennsylvania drug and alcohol rehab. All items received by mail must be opened in the presence of a staff member. Loved ones should address mail and packages as follows:

The Ranch Pennsylvania
Client First Name and Last Initial
1166 Hilts Road
Wrightsville, PA 17368