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Signs of Addiction

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Signs of addiction include the following:

  • Loss of Control: Drinking or drugging more than a person wants to, for longer than they intended, or despite telling themselves that they wouldn’t do it this time.
  • Neglecting Other Activities: Spending less time on activities that used to be important (hanging out with family and friends, exercising, pursuing hobbies or other interests) because of the use of alcohol or drugs; drop in attendance and performance at work or school.
  • Risk Taking: More likely to take serious risks in order to obtain one’s drug of choice.
  • Relationship Issues: People struggling with addiction are known to act out against those closest to them, particularly if someone is attempting to address their substance problems; complaints from co-workers, supervisors, teachers or classmates.
  • Secrecy: Going out of one’s way to hide the amount of drugs or alcohol consumed or one’s activities when drinking or drugging; unexplained injuries or accidents.
  • Changing Appearance: Serious changes or deterioration in hygiene or physical appearance – lack of showering, slovenly appearance, unclean clothes.
  • Family History: A family history of addiction can dramatically increase one’s predisposition to substance abuse.
  • Tolerance: Over time, a person’s body adapts to a substance to the point that they need more and more of it in order to have the same reaction.
  • Withdrawal: As the effect of the alcohol or drugs wear off the person may experience symptoms such as: anxiety or jumpiness; shakiness or trembling; sweating, nausea and vomiting, insomnia, depression, irritability, fatigue or loss of appetite and headaches.
  • Continued Use Despite Negative Consequences: Even though it is causing problems (on the job, in relationships, for one’s health), a person continues drinking and drugging.

 

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INDIVIDUALIZED TREATMENTS

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Each of our individualized treatments are specifically designed to effectively meet the special needs associated with drug or alcohol addiction. Our comprehensive program is detailed in the way it targets the whole person, from teen support, social integration, court advocacy, eating disorders and even anger management.

You Don’t Need to Suffer Alone from Depression or Anxiety

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You don’t need to suffer and you are not alone if you are having severe anxiety and depression or suffer from addiction. A specialist is available to you right now.
All you have to do is pick up the phone and dial 888–333–3963 and help is available to you. If you or someone you know needs to talk to someone, give us a call and let’s talk. We can check your benefits for free and we take all major insurance.

Health Insurance Coverage for Addiction Treatment

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Hello, 

This is TLCOWNER with Cycles of Change Recovery. Now is the time to upgrade your existing plan or purchase a new private insurance plan if you or a loved one is struggling with addiction and have been unable to get into a quality treatment program because you have state funded insurance (Medicaid/Medi-Cal) or if you have limited coverage with your current insurance provider. Now is the time to upgrade your existing plan or purchase a new private insurance plan if you or a loved one is struggling with addiction and have been unable to get into a quality treatment program because you have state funded insurance (Medicaid/Medi-Cal) or if you have limited coverage with your current insurance provider.

2018 Open Enrollment 
Begins November 1, 2017 and ends December 15, 2017
Plans purchased during open enrollment start as soon as January 1, 2018.

When shopping for an insurance plan that will cover your addiction treatment, please keep in mind that it is typically a top tier or premium PPO plan such as a Gold or Platinum plan that will most likely give you the coverage and the flexibility to go to the treatment center of your choice. 

Insurance plans vary from state to state. It is imperative that you have an in-depth conversation with an insurance agent or broker in your area, or with healthcare navigators who can be found at many local or regional nonprofit healthcare organizations, who are trained to discuss your coverage questions. Be honest and open so they can help you get the best plan to meet your healthcare needs. 

5 Key Things to have and know about your coverage

  1. PPO plans allow you more freedom to go where you choose and offer both in-network and out-of-network coverage
  2. Covers All Levels of Care (detox, residential treatment, inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment) for mental health and substance use for both in-network and out-of-network;
  3. Has a low deductible in the $500 to $2,500 range for in-network and $2,000 to $5,000 for out-of-network; 
  4. Offers co-insurance coverage of between 80% and 100% for in-network providers and 50% to 70% for out-of-network providers. Know what your co-payment amounts will be for in-network providers for all levels of care.
  5. Offers prescription drug coverage.

Cash pay prices for a quality residential treatment program can range from $15,000-$40,000 for 30 days of treatment. A monthly insurance policy will most likely cost several hundred dollars. Often, it is much more affordable for family members who are willing to help to pay the monthly insurance premium so their loved one can get treatment than to provide other types of financial support.

Please give me a call if you need any assistance.

Thank you 
TLCOWNER
406-206-5429

Referral System

 

We work with other programs to help all individuals to find the right drug treatment center and will recommend the appropriate referral and resource for you to the achieve the best and most appropriate place for your complete treatment program and sustaining your recovery to prevent relapse.

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Personal Attention from Dedicated Detox Staff in San Jose

 

Our capacity at Positive Progression never exceeds 6 clients. This allows us to greatly maximize your privacy and protect your confidentiality while minimizing external distractions and giving more attention to your treatment needs. You will receive one-on-one time with our experienced staff, which may include:

  • Medical doctor and registered specialist
  • Licensed clinical psychologist
  • CADCII with over 25 Years of Experience

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Why Choose Us?

 

  • Helping Families Since 1989
  • Over 30 Years of Experienced
  • Free Confidential Assessment
  • Full Medical Screening by an MD
  • Licensed Addiction Specialist from American Society of Addiction Medicinehappy-person-e1404843762520.jpg

Unique Treatments to Meet Your Needs

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