Opiod Treatment Center
Health Solutions’ Crestone Recovery Services operates the Opioid Treatment Center. We can help you or a loved one break free of prescription drug use or heroin. Opioid addiction is not a moral or mental weakness. It’s a chronic medical condition that results from changes in the brain due to repeated use of prescription pain pills or heroin. Once a narcotic addiction has developed it is not unusual for an individual to enter numerous cycles of relapse. Achieving recovery, and ultimately remission, is often a long-term process and the goal of Crestone Recovery Services.
Crestone’s Opioid Treatment Center is a 30-60 day residential treatment program that provides intensive and holistic treatment for individuals who struggle with opioid use. This service includes treatment, nutritious meals, safety, and support. Individuals participating in the program will be able to engage in an intensive array of treatment services that will address essential areas for successful recovery. These include education, therapy, physical fitness, drug free recreational activities, vocational services, relapse prevention planning, medication management, physical healthcare, family therapy, and family activities.
Crestone’s Opioid Treatment Center is directly tied to Crestone Recovery’s outpatient treatment services which will allow individuals in the program to transition seamlessly from our residential treatment program into our outpatient treatment program in order to maintain key connections and support that were developed while in the residential treatment program. Please see our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
- If needed, the client must have already completed detox
- Willingness to commit to a long term program
- Ability to pay with cash, credit card, or private insurance (residential opioid treatment is not a covered benefit under Medicaid or Medicare insurance). There are some grant monies for this service for qualified individuals.
Frequently Asked Questions:
This is an intensive residential treatment program for individuals who are struggling with heroin or
prescription drugs. Individuals may also have a co-occurring mental health condition, like
depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
The Opioid Treatment Center program will be 30 to 60 days in length depending on client need
and the ability to pay for treatment services, via insurance coverage or cash payment.
Unfortunately at this time residential treatment is not a covered benefit under Medicaid.
The Opioid Treatment Center may be covered by private insurances, has self-pay rates, and has access to some grant monies to cover the cost of treatment for certain applicants.
Once your application is received you will be contacted to schedule a phone interview with a member of The Opioid Treatment Center’s treatment team. Following your phone interview you will be informed whether or not you have been accepted into the program. Once accepted into the program an admission date and time will be scheduled.
The Opioid Treatment Center is not credentialed as a detox or to perform detoxification services, so all participants will need to complete detox prior to admission or be stabilized on an opiate treatment protocol like Suboxone or Vivitrol.
All participants will be required to have a full physical with lab work completed prior to admission, a copy of these labs and the physical must be submitted within two weeks of your admission date. If you need assistance in obtaining a physical or lab work, please let the clinician completing your admission interview know and they can assist you.
The Opioid Treatment Center is a voluntary treatment program so you will be able to leave at any time. Leaving before you have completed treatment will be considered Against Medical Advice (AMA) and you will have to go through the application process again to re-enter the program.
For those using their medical insurance to pay for treatment, ‘Leaving Against Medical Advice’ may also affect your insurance coverage, so please check with your insurer prior to admission.
Yes, the program has visitation scheduled on Saturdays and a Family dinner on Sundays. Visitation is not allowed on the week days but participants in the program will be able to call friends and family when they are not engaged in treatment services during the weekdays.
The OTC will not prescribe Suboxone, but is partnered with an on-site provider who can assist participants with medication assisted treatments.
Upon acceptance to the OTC, participants will be provided a copy of the client handbook. The handbook will outline what participants shall to bring with them during their time in treatment.
Any further questions can be submitted in email at OTCadmission@health.solutions or by contacting 719-423-1900.