Frequently Asked Questions

Preparing for Treatment

Admissions FAQs

We begin with a phone pre-admission assessment to get to know you, your history and identify your specific needs, verify your insurance benefits, coordinate travel a team member will assist you in making arrangements to get to our facilities, Once you arrive at the facility our doctor & clinical team will review your medical history, prepare a health assessment & create a treatment plan based on your personal needs.

Yes, we work with most insurance plans that cover out-of-network benefits, typically a PPO, POS or EPO insurance plan. Contact us today to verify your benefits and learn more about your coverage options.

Yes we are licensed & accredited by the state of California Department of Health Services.

We do on a case-by-case basis. Contact us to learn more.

We offer a boutique program that combines modern and holistic methods based on each clients individual needs in treatment. Our program is run by Master-Level Clinicians who take an in-depth approach towards treating the disease of addiction.

  • Personal identification cards such as driver’s license, social security card, and insurance card
  • Co-payments for prescription medications (if applicable) – cash, credit, or debit card
  • Current prescribed medications (no samples). They must be in the original pharmacy bottle with visible prescription information.
  • 7 days of casual clothing including a sweater or light jacket in the winter months in gets cold at night
  • Undergarments, socks, pajamas, bathrobe, flip flops, tennis shoes, swimsuit
  • Personal hygiene items such as toothpaste, toothbrush, dental floss, shampoo and conditioner, shaving cream, razor, deodorant, bath soap, comb/brush, make up
  • Nicotine products  are acceptable
  • Photos, books, journals, downtime items
  • A list of phone contact you will not have your phone all the time

Yes, family members and friends are allowed to schedule visits.

You will be assigned a case manager that will help you address these issue & help you navigate the court.

Once you decide to enter treatment at Coachella Valley Recovery Center, if you need to travel, we will help arrange everything from flights to arranging pick-up from the airport.

We will help you navigate taking family/medical leave and if FMLA is something you can utilize we will assist in the process.

Not unless you inform them. Your stay at Coachella Valley Recovery Center will remain completely confidential unless you want someone to know.

Once you complete the pre-assessment process, it’s up to you how you want to inform your loved ones about entering treatment. Your therapist will work with you working to achieve this.

We will provide a letter stating that you are in treatment & will will the court progress reports.

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What Happens During Treatment?

Clinical FAQs

We offer CBT, DBT, Trauma informed, and motivational interviewing.

Clients will attend Process Groups everyday.

If the client is in detox, yes we do.

This depends on a number of factors including length of stay and services being utilized. The typical stay for detoxification and residential treatment averages about $20,000 to $25,000 for 30 days of treatment.

IOP is 3 times a week for a few hours a day. PHP is 5 time a week, 5 hours per day or night.

  • Personal identification cards such as driver’s license, social security card, and insurance card
  • Co-payments for prescription medications (if applicable) – cash, credit, or debit card
  • Current prescribed medications (no samples). They must be in the original pharmacy bottle with visible prescription information.
  • 7 days of casual clothing including a sweater or light jacket in the winter months in gets cold at night
  • Undergarments, socks, pajamas, bathrobe, flip flops, tennis shoes, swimsuit
  • Personal hygiene items such as toothpaste, toothbrush, dental floss, shampoo and conditioner, shaving cream, razor, deodorant, bath soap, comb/brush, make up
  • Nicotine products  are acceptable
  • Photos, books, journals, downtime items
  • A list of phone contact you will not have your phone all the time

Yes, family members and friends are allowed to schedule visits.

In outpatient care, you live at home or at a sober living. In  inpatient care, you will be staying at the facility.

After you leave Coachella Valley Recovery, you will never be alone. Our staff will provide mail updates for members and monthly meetings.

We will help you navigate taking family/medical leave and if FMLA is something you can utilize we will assist in the process.

Not unless you inform them. Your stay at Coachella Valley Recovery Center will remain completely confidential unless you want someone to know.

Clients will receive one on one therapy two times a week.

More About Our Facility

Facility FAQs

Coachella Valley Recovery’s facility includes work out equipment, a pool, and a jacuzzi.

Yes, but only at certain times advised by staff.

Yes we are licensed & accredited by the state of California Department of Health Services.

Arrangements can be made.

We do not provide sober living.

Our housing is gender-specific to men.

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Your insurance can help pay for treatment.

We Work with Most Insurance

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Opening Summer 2022!

Coachella Valley Recovery Center is excited to announce we will be opening our doors in the summer of 2022! Stay tuned for more information.