Attending a treatment center in Arizona can feel scary and overwhelming.

Not only are you facing your problem and making the decision to get help, but also you have to do it without drugs or alcohol – the very things you’ve been relying on for years.

At Wolf Creek Recovery, we feel it’s best to prepare our clients for rehab so they know what to expect. This can help ease some of the fears you might have and encourage you to develop realistic expectations.

Below are some of the most common questions we hear from clients. If you have any additional questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact the admissions team at Wolf Creek Recovery and speak to an owner directly.

Is addiction treatment really necessary? Can I get better on my own?
There are many reasons why you should go to rehab, but the biggest one is to start you on the path to a healthy and successful recovery. Addiction does not go away just because you work hard or put your mind to it. This is a serious and debilitating brain disease that requires professional intervention. Going to drug rehab gets you off drugs and alcohol and starts you on the path to healing.
How much does drug and alcohol rehab cost?
The average cost of drug rehab varies depending on the services offered and whether it’s public or private. Fortunately, most insurance companies provide coverage for substance use treatment services. How much is covered depends on a number of factors, but you will see the greatest savings by choosing a treatment facility that works with your insurance company.
How long does drug rehab in Arizona last?
On average, drug treatment programs last for 30, 45 or 60 days. This is a great start to your recovery, but it’s often not enough to change habits for the long term. If you can, we highly recommend our Extended Care Program that lasts up to 1 year. This gives you enough time to work on your recovery, apply the skills you’re learning and develop healthy habits.

That said, we understand that not everyone can commit to a longer program. In this case, we recommend starting with a 30-day program and utilizing our aftercare planning services which include legal assistance, mock interviews, job search help and more.

Can I work while attending rehab?
The benefit to seeking outpatient drug rehab in Arizona is that you can resume some of your normal schedule. However, when first starting a treatment program, we do encourage clients to give their full focus to their recovery.

Our schedule is designed to promote healing in a stress-free environment. Continuing to work or introducing work too soon can negatively affect the recovery process. The good news is that once you are stable in your recovery, you can begin working again.

It’s also important to know that you have protections in the workplace. You may be eligible for FMLA, which offers 12 weeks of leave. Also, you cannot be discriminated against because you are receiving treatment for a substance use disorder under the ADA.

Let us help you communicate with your employer through the utilization of FMLA and possibly Short Term Disability. We specialize in the assistance of these programs.

Where is your facility located and what services do you offer?
Wolf Creek Recovery is located in beautiful and sunny Prescott, Arizona. Our treatment facility is welcoming and made to feel like home – not a sterile hospital-like setting. We have support staff available 24-hours a day, along with a house manager.

The services offered at our Arizona treatment center are partial hospitalization (PHP), intensive outpatient (IOP), outpatient (OP) and extended care. Within these programs, we provide a wide range of evidence-based and holistic therapies so that each client receives a personalized, well-rounded treatment plan.

Are you able to treat co-occurring mental health conditions?
Yes, we are able to treat co-occurring conditions such as depression, anxiety, bi-polar, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Since substance use and mental health are often interrelated, it’s important that both disorders are treated simultaneously.
How often will I see my clinicians?
You will meet individually with a Masters Level Clinician up to 3 times weekly. This also depends on your individual needs. Clients who are in our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), for example, see their clinicians more frequently than those in our outpatient program (OP). While you’re at our rehab facility, you will have around-the-clock access to support staff. Wolf Creek Recovery is always available for our clients and their family!

Still have more questions? Get in touch with our Arizona treatment center today! Wolf Creek Recovery is committed to helping people on their journey to recovery and we want to do the same for you!