At CuraWest we believe that medical detox is a necessary phase of every effective, multi-phased treatment process. We understand that every case of addiction is different, therefore no two recovery journeys will be exactly alike. However, our medical detox program was developed for reasons beyond physical stabilization (which still remains of the utmost importance, of course). While clients will safely undergo drug and alcohol withdrawal in a structured and supportive medical setting, they will also be given the tools they need to set a solid foundation for lasting recovery. At CuraWest, we believe that treatment should begin during medical detox. For this reason, we offer our clients a wide range of opportunities to participate in group and individual therapy sessions, addiction education courses and a thorough introduction to the 12 step program. We also believe – above all else – in client comfort. Our private, home-style retreat lends itself to peace, tranquility and relaxation. Our team of medical professionals, addiction specialists and licensed therapists works together to ensure a short-lived and pain-free withdrawal process.
All of these home-style amenities might seem like they would rack up some impressive out-of-pocket costs. The truth is, however, the entire stay at an upscale medical detox facility is generally covered by private insurance plans like BCBS. If you are currently insured by a BCBS policy, the chances are that the cost of treatment will be covered entirely. In 2010, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was developed. This act regards substance abuse treatment as a necessary health-related service, and mandates insurance companies to at least partially cover the cost of treatment. If you are insured by BCBS or any other policy and you are unsure as to whether or not the cost of medical detox will be covered, simply give us a call today. Our Treatment Advisors will walk you through a brief, no obligation insurance benefit check.