Before receiving treatment, a new client will complete a consultation and intake assessment with a member of our admissions team.
With the information collected during the intake assessment, our team works with the client to co-created a custom treatment plan. This approach is how we ensure that each client’s recovery needs are met. A custom treatment plan can include one or more of our own programs and services, including detox treatment and residential treatment, or services recommended via referral to third-party providers.
Thanks to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, addiction treatment qualifies as an essential health benefit, meaning that many health insurance companies do cover substance abuse treatment programs.
At West Valley Detox & Residential Treatment, we work with many of the biggest health insurance providers in the country, including Anthem, BlueCross BlueShield, HealthNet, Cigna, Valley Health Plan, Kaiser Permanente, United Healthcare, and Aetna.
Although we are partnered with many national and regional health insurance providers, West Valley Detox & Residential Treatment does not accept MediCal at this time.
Intake is the process of being admitted to one of our programs. It’s a period preceding treatment during which the client works with an intake coordinator to complete assessments, evaluations, and paperwork as part of the process of co-creating an individualized treatment plan.
Although a flat rate is available for self-pay clients, we encourage potential clients to contact us for a custom estimate.
A custom estimate means you’ll get much more accurate pricing that takes things like health insurance coverage into account. We also offer a sliding scale for qualifying clients, meaning our daily rate is adjusted according to the client’s income and ability to pay. These (and other) factors can often result in a rate that’s substantially lower.
To begin your recovery journey, the first thing you should do is to contact our admissions team. The team member will do a brief phone consultation and assessment, providing clear guidance and support through the next steps of the intake process.