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A confusing and complicated admissions process can prevent people from getting the treatment they need. That’s why we work to keep the process simple.
When someone is struggling with substance abuse or a mental health concern, getting professional help should be a top priority. Unfortunately, it’s quite common for people to feel a bit apprehensive about finding the assistance they need
We understand that it’s not always easy to reach out for support. Denver Mental Health and Counseling by The Recovery Village works to make the process as simple and straightforward as possible. It all starts by contacting one of our helpful admissions representatives to talk about your situation.
STEP 1: Contact Us
STEP 2: Insurance Verification
STEP 3: Clinical Assessment
STEP 4: Schedule Intake
Our Addiction Treatment Center Is Open With COVID-19 Protocols and TestingWe are closely monitoring all developments associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are taking proactive steps to ensure the health and safety of all patients, employees and the communities we serve. We are following the latest CDC recommendations for controlling the spread of COVID-19, including facemask, Testing, mandatory 24-hour quarantines and enhanced sanitation protocols.
The first step toward a happier, healthier future begins by calling us at (720) 902-3821. When you call, you’ll be connected to a caring and knowledgeable representative who can answer your questions and help you decide which treatment program will help you best. Our representatives are available to take your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All calls are free and 100% confidential.
When you call, your representative will ask a few questions to help determine your situation and potential needs in treatment. These may include questions like:
Though there are still a few additional steps, such as insurance verification and scheduling procedures, clients are often able to begin treatment the same day they call. Our representatives can also help you find other facilities or programs that may work better for your treatment needs. Calling us does not mean you are obligated to receive treatment at our facility.
Health care insurance providers will often cover some or all of the costs of substance abuse or mental health treatment. When you call us, the representative you speak with will ask about your insurance plan and verify that it covers services provided at our facility. If you do not have health insurance or you wish to pay out of pocket, we can also work with you to create an affordable payment plan so you can get the help you need.
Denver Mental Health and Counseling provides several outpatient services to fit each person’s individual situation and needs throughout treatment. We offer:
Our facility only offers treatment on an outpatient basis. Clients struggling with more severe cases of addiction may be referred to The Recovery Village at Palmer Lake, our sister location near Denver, Colorado. There, clients can attend a medical detox program and receive more intensive forms of treatment, such as inpatient rehab, before beginning an outpatient program at our facility.
After learning more about your situation and determining your treatment needs, your representative will schedule a time for you to begin your treatment program. In many cases, you can begin treatment the same day or shortly after you call. When you arrive at the facility, our intake specialists will work with you to create an individualized treatment plan that can effectively address your substance use, co-occurring mental health concerns, and any other underlying issues.
Outpatient programs typically cost much less than intensive options like inpatient treatment. However, costs can still vary widely based on the length of treatment, frequency of sessions and types of services offered. When paying without insurance, outpatient treatment often ranges between $1,000 and $10,000.
Most health insurance providers will cover some or all of the costs of addiction treatment and behavioral health care. Still, you may be responsible for deductibles or certain out-of-pocket costs that are not covered by insurance. Whether you have insurance or not, we will work with you to help create an affordable payment plan that allows you to get the help you need.
The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) allows people to take 12 weeks of unpaid, job-protected time off each year to get treatment for serious health conditions, including addiction and mental health concerns. Employees must meet specific conditions to qualify, including working for a company with at least 50 workers within a 75-mile radius for at least 1,250 hours in 12 months.
Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) typically last for at least a month, while traditional outpatient options may last for three to nine months or longer. People in IOPs generally transition to regular outpatient care after completing their first program. The National Institute on Drug Abuse recommends longer treatment periods for positive recovery outcomes and has found that treatment lasting less than 90 days has limited effectiveness.
Both FMLA and the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) help protect the jobs of people who attend rehab treatment. FMLA allows people to take time off to seek help, while ADA protects workers from discrimination at current or future workplaces. However, employers with strict drug-free policies can potentially fire employees who are under the influence of substances while working for them. Before speaking with your employer about seeking treatment, it’s helpful to refer to your employer’s policies regarding substance use, rehab and medical leave.
Outpatient treatment provides people the chance to address their mental health and substance use concerns while still maintaining responsibilities in day-to-day life, such as work, school and family obligations. It’s less structured and less intensive than inpatient programs, allowing clients to have more independence throughout their recovery journey. However, this is also why outpatient programs are best for people who do not have severe mental health or substance use concerns, are fairly stable in their recovery or have already attended inpatient treatment.
Clients in outpatient rehab attend a specific number of hours of treatment on certain days of the week. For example, a person may visit the outpatient facility for a one-hour treatment session twice per week. Intensive outpatient programs will request more time per week than traditional outpatient programs.
During an outpatient or intensive outpatient program, forms of treatment that clients may receive include:
We are taking certain precautions to ensure that clients can safely receive treatment during the ongoing pandemic. This includes screening visitors for potential COVID-19 symptoms, limiting the size of group therapy sessions, requiring mask-wearing and promoting social distancing.
We are closely monitoring all developments associated with coronavirus (COVID-19) and are taking proactive steps to ensure the health and safety of all clients, employees and the communities we serve. This means some off-site activities or other programming have been postponed or moved to telehealth offerings. Your cooperation during this time is greatly appreciated.
If you or someone you love is struggling with substance abuse or mental health concerns, outpatient treatment at Denver Mental Health and Counseling by The Recovery Village can help. Our representatives are here to help you get started on the path toward lifelong recovery. Contact us today to learn how our outpatient services can work well for your situation.