FAQs - JourneyPure At The River

FAQs

What kind of treatment do JourneyPure facilities offer?

JourneyPure at The River's drug and alcohol treatment programs can guide you or your loved one on the path to long-term recovery. We offer residential, partial hospitalizaion and intensive outpatient treatment for substance abuse as well as dual diagnosis. Therapeutic treatment includes experiential therapies, yoga, neurofeedback, and EMDR. Our expert clinical staff provides patients with healthy coping skills focused on the three pillars of health: sleep, nutrition, and exercise. Most importantly, we treat our patients as we would want to be treated.

IS THE TREATMENT PROGRAM LICENSED AND ACCREDITED?

JourneyPure at The River is proud to be a drug and alcohol rehab facility accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. We constantly modify our programs to stay up-to-date on the latest best practices.

HOW WILL I PAY FOR TREATMENT?

You can pay for your treatment at JourneyPure at The River via self-pay or health insurance. We’re happy to work with you to discuss payment options and even run a free insurance benefit check so that you know exactly what costs you and your family can expect.

WHAT IS THE ADMISSIONS PROCESS LIKE?

At JourneyPure, we know that picking up the phone is a huge first step. For this reason, we aim to make the admissions process as easy as possible for our clients and their families. After asking some simple questions and reviewing the details of your case, an admissions team member will walk with you through each step of the process. This will ensure that you receive the treatment you need to change your life. We will also explain how your insurance benefits work and what, if any, financial commitment you might have. And because you’re sure to have questions, we’ll take the time to answer them. Once enrolled, you’ll be given a specific time to arrive. We are available to answer any questions you might have about admitting yourself or a loved one into treatment. Also, you can always call to explore ideas and options. The JourneyPure admissions team is available, right now, to answer any questions and address any concerns you might have.

HOW CAN I GET A LOVED ONE INTO TREATMENT?

Watching a loved one struggle with an addiction can be heartbreaking. After all, you can’t make anyone quit drugs or alcohol and you can’t do their recovery work for them. What you can do is educate yourself and grow familiar with the signs, treatments, and triggers related to addiction. JourneyPure at The River also offers intervention services to help those who may be unwilling to get help face their behavior and recognize its impact on those around them.

HOW WILL JOURNEYPURE’S TREATMENT IMPACT MY LIFE ONCE I LEAVE?

Lifelong sobriety can be achieved by integrating recovery skills into your everyday life. One of the chief aspects of our addiction treatment program is providing coping skills and accountability measures to our clients. We also offer to all alumni our proprietary JourneyPure Coaching™ app, which provides each user with his or her own personal recovery coach and support system to help with the post-treatment transition.

CAN YOU TREAT OTHER MEDICAL OR MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES ASIDE FROM JUST ADDICTION TREATMENT?

JourneyPure at The River is a premier drug and alcohol rehab center that provides integrated, comprehensive care to patients experiencing co-occurring disorders. It’s not uncommon for patients suffering from substance abuse to also experience co-occurring mental health disorders. These disorders can include, but are not limited to, depression, anxiety, bipolar, and PTSD. In fact, people with mental health disorders are far more likely to abuse substances in order to cope. There are approximately nine million Americans who abuse alcohol or drugs that have an undiagnosed mental health disorder.

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