Frequently Asked Questions
What kinds of substance addictions do you treat?
At The Lakes Treatment Center, we can create addiction treatment plans for a variety of substances, including alcohol, prescription medications, cocaine, opioids, heroin, fentanyl, benzos, stimulants, meth, marijuana, and more. We also provide dual diagnosis treatments for people who are struggling with addiction that has been caused or worsened by a mental health difficulty.
Will insurance cover my treatment?
If you have healthcare insurance, such as what you are provided as an employment benefit, then we likely accept it. We accept Aetna™, Anthem® BlueCross®, Kaiser Permanente®, Cigna®, Health Net®, Humana®, and much more. Our admissions specialists will let you know how much coverage your insurance provides for the addiction treatments that you need.
What’s your confidentiality policy?
All consultations with The Lakes Treatment Center are confidential. We adhere to strict confidentiality requirements as set forth by HIPAA and other regulations, too.
How is The Lakes Treatment Center different?
We have worked diligently to create a comfortable, professional addiction treatment center that sees everyone as a friend in need. We have a full staff of counselors, intake coordinators, residential advisors, and nurses. We also have a medical detox facility to make recovering from a serious addiction safer. If you want a truly comprehensive and inviting addiction rehab center to help you, then you want The Lakes Treatment Center.
What should I bring with me?
Before you first come to The Lakes Treatment Center, you can talk to our admissions specialists about what you can and cannot bring with you. For example, prohibited items include alcohol, recreational drugs, weapons, etc. But you can bring changes of clothing, personal items that bring you comfort, clearly labeled prescription medications, and so on. Again, we ask that you talk to our admissions team before your first arrival, so you can be sure that you have everything that you will need to make your stay as comfortable as possible.