Frequently Asked Questions About Intensive Outpatient Programs and Addiction Recovery in Delray Beach
Attending an addiction treatment program can change your life, though it can also be overwhelming.
The language of treatment is often confusing, and you will likely have dozens of questions about insurance, the typical length of stay, and the structure of our program. Here, we have provided answers to some of your most urgent questions regarding addiction treatment.
What is the minimum length of stay at RECO Intensive?
In order to ensure the best possible chances of long-term sobriety, it is our recommendation that clients stay a minimum of 60 days.
What is the average length of stay at RECO Intensive?
Clients who excel in our program and with their recovery often stay anywhere between two and four months, or longer.
What is the cost of treatment at RECO Intensive?
There is no set cost for treatment, as the highly customizable nature of our program creates variation in pricing. If you discuss your particular financial needs with us, we will take them into account when planning your treatment. Please contact the admissions department at (561) 808-7896.
Do you accept insurance at RECO Intensive?
We work with most insurance providers, including, but not limited to: Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Health Care, Aetna, Cigna, Magellan, Value Options, Harvard Pilgrim, Humana, UMR, AmeriHealth, Care First, Health Smart, Medical Mutual, Coventry, etc.
What is the average age of your clientele?
The average age is approximately 21-35 years old. However, we accept all clients 18 years and older. It is not uncommon for many of our clients to be 40 or 50+.
What happens if someone at RECO relapses?
First and foremost, client safety is our number one priority. If the client requires medical attention, they will be transported to the Delray Medical Center. If medical attention is not needed, we will place the client into a detox facility for observation. Readmission to our program will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. The client may also be referred to a higher level of care.
Do clients have to come directly from a treatment center?
We prefer that clients come straight from treatment. However, we may accept clients without prior treatment once an initial assessment has been performed.
Do you provide job placement assistance?
RECO Intensive is excited about the newest addition to our program: RECO Professional. From basic résumé writing to career assessment, RECO Professional provides individuals with the skills necessary to pursue dreams and plan for the future. Whether that future includes completing a GED, enrolling in college, or finding employment, we will serve as your trusted guide throughout the process.
Does RECO provide family support?
RECO Intensive’s Family Program serves as an integral part of the treatment process. Clients are strongly encouraged to invite family members and/or significant others to participate in this process, at no additional charge. The Family Program provides a time of healing for clients and family members, 18 years and over. Family members are provided with a wealth of educational opportunities to deepen their understanding of addiction and its wide-ranging effects.
Are clients allowed to take medications?
Yes, however all medications must be approved by our medical director.
Is smoking or tobacco use allowed?
Smoking and tobacco use are allowed only in designated areas. There is absolutely no smoking or tobacco allowed inside the residences or clinical offices.
What about transportation?
Clients are permitted to have cars at RECO Intensive, pending clinical approval. If a client does not have access to a car, many other options are available. RECO will provide transportation to and from appointments, and will also take clients to the grocery store and other necessary destinations. The Palm Tran, Palm Beach County’s public bus system, runs throughout the county and has various stops within walking distance of our properties. A bicycle is also a popular mode of transportation and works well with our properties’ centralized locations.