Finding Program Answers
Here we look at questions we often hear to help provide the information needed to make a conscious decision during this difficult time.
How Long Does It Take To Successfully Complete The Program?
We are an extended care long-term treatment program with the goal of reintegrating each individual into a healthy productive life.
The average length of stay in our In-Patient on-campus residential facility is 4 to 6 months, depending on individual progress. Once proven to understand and committing to the process, individuals transfer to our Out-Patient Program which is monitored for progress over the following 3 months. When successfully integrating into a healthy and clean lifestyle, individuals are considered graduates. Due to the length of this program along with personal and professional commitments, we sometimes make exceptions with a 90-day commitment that include structured aftercare plans.
What Types Of Payment Options And Insurance Is Accepted?
We accept most major insurance companies and bill directly.
Examples: Blue Cross/Blue Shield | Cigna | Aetna | Magellan | Humana | United Health Care
Monthly Cash/Credit Card payments can also be arranged.
What Do I Do Next To Start The Process?
Ready to move forward?
We would like to personally communicate (call 866-425-4673), fill out our contact request or verify your insurance information to help begin the process.
What Is The Success Rate?
Heading into our 30th year of small-town success, our commitment and determination to healthy reintegration continues to grow. As one of Prescott, Arizona’s first addiction treatment programs, we state with pride that our success is shown right here at the Prescott House. 95% of our staff members have graduated our program and many graduates, using the lifelong skills and knowledge learned at the Prescott House, have helped others on their journey by providing their own recovery programs. Annually in July, we join in our graduate alumni picnic and golf tournament, with our first ever graduate having attended each and every year to date.
Internet research and statistics on this topic struggle to be accurate. Unfortunately, addicts and alcoholics often do not properly complete follow-up tracking for addiction program studies.
The Center for Substance Abuse Treatment conducted numerous grant studies and one conclusion states: Between 1993 and 1995 the “(Regarding)Short-stay clients: We know that short-stay clients who responded to the follow-up study had significantly poorer outcomes than the longer-stay clients who responded to the follow-up.” (P34) source; samhsa.gov
These studies further emphasize the importance of long-term rehabilitation found at the Prescott House.