Drug and Alcohol Addiction FAQFrequently Asked Questions About Addiction Treatment, Rehab and Recovery
We have put together this FAQ list of the most frequently asked questions about drug and alcohol addiction, rehab and recovery at Stonegate Center in Texas, our admission process, our treatment programs and about our facilities. The best way to help yourself or your loved is to find the answers to your questions and get all the right information to help you make an informed decision. At Stonegate Center, we help restore your life and heal as a family.
Is the phone screening or assessment confidential?
Will you be able to verify if my insurance will cover my treatment?
Financial considerations or financing options?
Stonegate Center is a private pay rehab facility. When scheduling admission, we will discuss financial arrangements with our admissions team and will have to be confirmed prior to your arrival at Stonegate Center.
Do I need to schedule an appointment for admission?
What can I bring or pack for my inpatient treatment?
What does faith-based addiction treatment mean?
Can I still come to Stonegate Center even if I'm not religious?
What are the benefits of gender-separate addiction treatment?
Clients and their significant others are encouraged to participate in our family intensive as well as schedule any additional family counseling sessions with your assigned therapist. Our goal is to support our client’s family during their stay at Stonegate Center as well as to encourage the adoption of healthy relationship habits
Do you accept gay individuals needing treatment for drug and alcohol addiction?
What's the benefit of gender-separate treatment?
Are You or a Loved One Struggling with Drug & Alcohol Addiction?
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Stonegate Center accepts many major insurance carriers. We strongly believe that the cost of drug and alcohol addiction treatment should not prevent you from getting the rehab care you need. Our admissions team will work directly with your insurance company to ensure you maximize your benefits.
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