Not everyone needs to be admitted to a detoxification or residential program. Recovery Place offers a variety of treatment options including residential and outpatient programs. Our counselors will help you sort out the problems you are having and find the help you need. All individuals admitted to any Recovery Place service will undergo a screening process to determine the right level of care. In some cases, clients might have unique needs that require special attention. Please feel free to call ahead and speak with an admissions coordinator to determine if Recovery Place can accommodate your specific situation.
What to Bring
Your length of stay will vary depending on your individual needs. Some clients will live in one of our residential facilities. Some clients will attend outpatient services and sleep at home. All prospective clients need to bring the following items to the assessment appointment: Driver’s License/ID, Insurance Card (if you have insurance), Pharmacy/medication cards, list of all medications you are taking, including over-the-counter medications and vitamins, and the name, address/phone number of current/previous therapists/doctors.
We will provide a list of other items to bring depending on the need of the program you attend.
Staff searches all belongings to maintain safety. please bring only necessary personal belongings and hygiene articles.
What CANNOT be brought to Recovery Place’s Residential and Outpatient programs?
We strongly recommend that you do not bring large sums of cash or expensive jewelry. Additional items not to bring include knives, guns, mace, clothing promoting alcohol/drug use, revealing clothing, sexually explicit material of any type, mouthwash containing alcohol, electronic devices, incense or candles.
When choosing a treatment center, cost can be an important deciding factor. At Recovery Place, we offer programs for individuals who have private insurance, Medicaid, or no insurance. There are no hidden costs and no surprises. We provide up-front information to ensure the integrity of our services.
Recovery Place, Inc. is contracted with insurance companies listed below: We also work with other companies to utilize any out-of-network benefits. Please note that this list is current as of January 2018. This is subject to change. You may contact our Business Office at (912) 355-1440 with any insurance-related questions for further information.
Insurance companies include: Aetna, APS Healthcare, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Blue Cross Federal, Cameron & Associates, Cigna, ComPsych, Coventry, Coresource, First Health, Humana, Magellan, MHN, MHNet, The Care Network, Tricare, United Behavioral Health, Value Options.
Recovery Place Community Services is contracted with the Department of Behavioral Health and Disabilities to provide services for individuals with Medicaid and who have few resources to pay out of pocket.
The Medicaid policies accepted are AmeriGroup, Cenpatico Behavioral Health, Georgia Medicaid, and Wellcare.
Admitting a Patient
All clients admitted to Recovery Place must undergo a routine screening/assessment process designed to begin the individualized treatment planning process. The counselor will discuss the problems you’re having at this time and ask you questions related to the nature of your problems. The purpose of the assessment is to evaluate your physical, psychological and emotional health, and provide you with options.
Information discussed includes: Substance use history, Co-occurring disorders, recent hospitalizations, pre-existing medical conditions, family history and suicide attempts.
We understand our role as stewards in the care of you or your loved one and we take every precaution to ensure this individual receives the level of care needed to either continue or begin the road to healing.
Recovery Place provides assessment and referral services 12 hours a day, five days a week. You may schedule an appointment for an assessment or we can see you on an emergency walk-in basis. After hours admissions are available.
Your assessment takes approximately 60-90 minutes. Although we make every attempt to honor appointment times, there are occasions when we must prioritize emergencies. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Checking on a Patient
Complete confidentiality is a patient right and is mandated by Federal law. We will not release information to anyone without client permission. If a client would like for us to talk with a family member, personal physician or anyone else regarding his/her assessment or treatment at Recovery Place, they will sign a Release of Information form.
Once a signed Release of Information is completed, our clinical/medical staff will provide relevant updates as authorized by the client.