Frequently Asked Questions About Treatment

Whether you are considering treatment for yourself or seeking information for a loved one, we understand that this is an important step towards recovery. Below, you’ll find detailed responses about our programs, therapies, admission process, and much more.

What types of drug addiction treatment programs do you offer?

Rockland Recovery offers a variety of treatment programs tailored to individual needs, including inpatient rehab, outpatient services, and partial hospitalization programs (PHP). Each program is designed to address various stages and severities of addiction, ensuring comprehensive support and care.

How do I know if I or a loved one needs drug addiction treatment?

Recognizing the need for treatment can be challenging. Signs include a loss of control over drug use, neglecting responsibilities at work or home, using drugs under dangerous conditions, experiencing legal issues, and continued use despite physical or psychological problems caused by drug use. If these issues are present, it might be time to consider seeking professional help.

What is the first step to getting help at Rockland Recovery?

The first step is reaching out to our team for a confidential consultation. During this initial contact, you'll speak with a trained professional who will discuss your situation, answer any questions, and guide you through the process of starting a treatment program tailored to your needs.

Are your treatment programs tailored to individual needs?

Yes, every treatment program at Rockland Recovery is customized. Upon beginning treatment, clients undergo a comprehensive evaluation that includes medical history, substance use history, and psychological assessments to ensure that the treatment plan addresses all aspects of their addiction and any co-occurring disorders.

How long do the treatment programs at Rockland Recovery last?

The duration of treatment varies based on the individual's specific needs and goals. Programs can range from short-term 30-day options to long-term 90-day or more extended stays. The length of stay is often influenced by the severity of the addiction, the presence of co-occurring disorders, and the individual’s progress during treatment.

What are the qualifications of your treatment staff?

Our team is comprised of highly qualified professionals, including licensed clinical therapists, board-certified psychiatrists, registered nurses, and certified addiction counselors. Each member of our staff is experienced in addiction treatment and dedicated to providing the highest level of care.

Can family members participate in the treatment process?

Family involvement is encouraged at Rockland Recovery as it can enhance the recovery process. We offer family therapy sessions, educational workshops, and support groups designed to help family members understand addiction and how to best support their loved one during and after treatment.

What types of therapy are used in your treatment programs?

At Rockland Recovery, we employ a variety of therapeutic methods tailored to address addiction and any underlying mental health issues. These include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing, group therapy sessions, and individual counseling. Each therapy is chosen based on its effectiveness in building recovery skills and addressing the root causes of addiction.

How does Rockland Recovery handle relapse prevention?

Relapse prevention is a critical component of our treatment programs. We equip clients with tools and strategies to manage triggers and cravings, such as stress management techniques, lifestyle changes, and ongoing support through therapy and support groups. Additionally, we create a personalized relapse prevention plan for each client during the treatment process.

Is medication-assisted treatment available?

Yes, Rockland Recovery offers medication-assisted treatment (MAT) as part of our comprehensive care approach. MAT can be effective in reducing cravings and withdrawal symptoms, which helps clients maintain sobriety. This treatment is always supervised by medical professionals and is combined with counseling and behavioral therapies.

How do you ensure privacy and confidentiality in treatment?

Privacy and confidentiality are of utmost importance at Rockland Recovery. We adhere to HIPAA regulations and all federal and state laws regarding patient privacy. All discussions, records, and treatments are handled with the highest level of confidentiality and are only shared with consent or as required by law.

What insurance plans do you accept?

Rockland Recovery works with most major insurance providers to cover the cost of treatment. Our admissions team can assist with verifying insurance coverage and explaining the benefits and any out-of-pocket costs that may be involved. We are also in-network with Aetna, Cigna, Tricare, and Optum Health plans.