Frequently Asked Questions

The plan for after treatment begins during treatment. While admitted to Moving Mountains Recovery, clients work with their care team to develop an aftercare plan. These aftercare plans are designed to help clients feel prepared and confident in maintaining their sobriety long-term.

While there are many addiction treatment programs across the country, Moving Mountains Recovery is a unique program that offers an array of therapies focused on helping clients rediscover their passion for life. Offering Music Therapy, Art Therapy, Hiking, Fishing, Skiing, Snowboarding, Rock Climbing, and Kayaking, among other activities, we stand out from the typical, monotonous treatment curriculum often found in modern-day substance abuse treatment programs.

Moving Mountains Recovery does offer self-pay options for individuals who do not have health insurance.

Most healthcare plans do provide coverage for substance use disorder treatment, but not all plans provide the same amount of coverage. We can help verify your insurance benefits to give you a better idea of what your out-of-pocket costs will be.

We will communicate with your attorney and or the local court system in order to notify them that you are currently receiving treatment. If your attendance is required in court, we will handle transportation to and from so you don’t need to worry about a thing!

Yes! We allow clients access to their cellphone and sometimes laptop in the evenings after clinical hours in order to stay in touch with loved ones, maintain their profession, or just hangout on social media!

Your friends and family will play a vital role in your recovery. It is essential to have the support of those who love you most. Family sessions are a focal point of the treatment plan.

Yes! Our centers allow smoking outside only and at designated times throughout the day and evening. We have smoking cessation programs available to assist those wanting to quit smoking as well.

Programs can last from 28 days to 90 days or longer. The National Institute on Drug Abuse states that most people with addictions need at least 90 days of treatment to be successful in recovery.

Mental health and drug addiction can seem to go hand in hand. Inpatient rehabilitation addresses both problems. If your mental health is under control it makes recovery much more possible.

Many times Your job will be protected while seeking rehabilitation. You may be eligible for the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) while taking a proactive approach to your successful recovery. We can help you through this process by calling (667) 239-1849.

We work with a number of local and private detox facilities that can accommodate your specific needs. We will set everything up for you so all you have to worry about is what to pack!

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