Will I be able to use my electronics (cell phone, laptop, etc.)?
Because our program is not an intensive inpatient program, use of electronics will be permitted once deemed clinically appropriate. However, clients will not be permitted to use their cellphones or other personal electronic devices while in group – all such devices will be confiscated prior to the beginning of each therapeutic session.
Is this an inpatient program?
While we do not provide traditional inpatient services, our PHP programs offer clients the opportunity to reside in community housing facilities and provides a unique and intensive level of supervised care. Our Partial Hospitalization program offers daily and nightly care one step below inpatient treatment, providing a high level of accountability and supervision without requiring a full-time commitment. Each level of care can be adjusted according to your personal recovery goals and individual requirements.
How long will treatment last?
The length of treatment will heavily depend on the level of care that you choose. In most cases, we recommend a step-down program – suggesting that clients begin with a more intensive level of care (PHP) and eventually move on to IOP and finally OP. Most of our clients choose to reside in our residential facility for anywhere between 1 to 3 months. Upon admission, we formulate a treatment plan which includes a suggested length of stay. However, this plan may be adjusted at any time during one’s stay.
Will I be able to communicate with my family members and friends?
Yes – clients will be allowed a certain level of personal freedom that they may not receive in inpatient treatment, including the use of electronics. If clients choose to contact family members and friends on their own time, they are free to do so. Regular communication with family members will be encouraged, and weekly family therapy sessions will be required. We work to encourage healthy communication skills, emphasizing the importance of openness, honesty, and boundary setting.
Can I still go to treatment if I don’t have any money?
Financial instability prevents an unfortunate amount of individuals from seeking the treatment they so desperately need. We at All In Solutions believe that treatment should be available to everyone, regardless of their monetary situation. We accept health insurance, and we will happily work with potential clients who lack both health insurance and financial means to ensure that they are somehow receiving the treatment they deserve. For more information on the insurance providers that we work with and for a comprehensive list of additional options, please contact us today.
How much will my family be involved in the process?
Aside from required family therapy sessions, your family will have very little to do with your process of recovery. It is essential that the time our clients spend in treatment is predominantly spent focusing on themselves – on uncovering and working through underlying contributing factors and healing from the inside out.
Will my significant other be able to visit me in treatment?
We urge our clients to spend their time in treatment thoroughly focusing on themselves, and distancing themselves from all potential distractions. For this reason, we discourage visits from friends, family members, or significant others unless a professionally facilitated therapeutic session has been scheduled.
Is this a 12-step program?
While our treatment programs are therapeutically based, we do incorporate the 12-step method of recovery into each of our available levels of care. We require our clients to attend outside meetings on a daily basis, work closely alongside a sponsor, and participate in service commitments whenever possible.
Will I be able to stay longer if I feel that I need to?
We will never send a client away before he or she feels that she is stable and believes that success in sobriety is obtainable. We work alongside each of our clients to ensure that they feel they are receiving the care they need.
How often will I attend individual therapy sessions?
The frequency of individual therapy sessions will depend on the level of care that you are receiving. Clients enrolled in our partial hospitalization program will meet one-on-one with a therapist 2 times per week, while clients in our intensive outpatient and outpatient programs will meet with a therapist once a week. However, if a client feels that more individual therapy is necessary, we are more than happy to work something out.