No, all treatment is confidential and protected by the HIPAA.
Frequently asked questions, answered.
Questions You May Have
How long is detoxification?
How long is inpatient residential treatment?
How often will I receive individual therapy?
Is my treatment confidential?
Do you accept insurance?
What are your private pay costs?
Can I bring my pet?
Do I need to bring my medications that I am prescribed?
How do I tell my loved ones where I am going?
How do I tell my boss/ job where I am going?
What if I have legal issues?
Will my job find out I am in treatment?
Can my family come visit me?
Am I allowed to call friends or family from the facility?
Do the clients get to leave the facility/ are there any outings?
Am I allowed to smoke cigarettes/vape?
Can I park my car at the facility?
Do I get to keep my wallet and money while at the facility?
If I fly from a different state, will Hillcrest pick me up/take me back to the airport once treatment is over?
Am I allowed to work while in treatment? Can I bring my laptop?
What do I tell my probation/parole officer?
Will going to Hillcrest Recovery be put on my permanent medical record?
All Other Questions
For all other questions please feel free to call, we would love to help further assist your needs and concerns. We at Hillcrest Recovery work diligently to make sure your stay here is as convenient as possible. We work to make sure all your needs are met and anything else that might come up while you are staying with us is addressed and taken care of in the appropriate manner.
We Accept Most Insurance
Insurance companies recognize addiction as a medical condition and something that must be treated. Hillcrest Recovery works with most insurance providers. Contact our admissions staff to receive information on the verification process and treatment options.