What substance abuse addictions do you treat?

Community Rehab treats all different types of drug and alcohol addiction. We specialize, but are not limited to: opioid addiction treatment, cocaine addiction treatment, meth addiction treatment, and alcoholism treatment.

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Yes. We have a supervised detox program that helps clients withdraw from their substance before beginning our rehab program.

What do you do to ensure privacy and confidentiality?

Your privacy is important to us. Community Rehab complies with HIPPA standards, and we take care to ensure confidentiality for all our clients.

Can you smoke or drink energy drinks?

Yes, smoking and energy drinks are allowed.

Do I need money?

No, you don’t need money as everything you need is provided. However, we don’t prohibit you from carrying money.

Is this a co-ed rehabilitation program?

Yes, we are a co-ed facility.

Is Community Rehab a family program?

No, we are an adult only program. Families are allowed and encouraged to visit.

Can families visit?

Yes, we encourage loved ones to visit clients after the detox portion of treatment is complete. Detox can last anywhere from one day to 10 days.

Can I leave the treatment facility at any time?

To ensure that treatment is successful, we make sure that staff is with you at all times when you are off premises.

Is there a dress code?

No, we do not have a dress code here. You are free to wear whatever you are comfortable in.

How long with I have to stay in rehab?

A typical rehab program lasts from 45 to 60 days, and up to 90 days, depending on progress while in treatment and clinical recommendation.

What is in-patient treatment?

In-patient treatment provides 24 hour care, 7 days a week. We believe that sometimes, it’s easier to focus on your care when you are taken out of the environment you’re used to.

Should my family be involved in treatment?

Community Rehab thinks it is great to have family involved in your treatment.

If you have further questions that were not answered here give us a call.

To learn more about our treatment services,
call us at 844 867-6835 today.