- Posted by Austin Swim
- On September 26, 2014
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Getting treatment, and more importantly, doing anything that changes your life is a long-term commitment. Substance abuse treatment comes in several different stages of care. Depending on one’s stage in treatment is where one would start. Let’s talk about the treatment process and how Elevated Billing relates to each stage.
Individuals learn what obstacles are standing in their way to solve their addiction problem. A process that holds an emphasis on self discovery and learning, to build confidence, and build the skills necessary to be active member of society again. Depending on the program this lasts about 90-days and requires staying at the facility.
Transitional Behavioral Health
After coming to grips with addiction at the core, and learning initial skills to stay sober, one would enter a transitional program. Now it’s time to establish a mental and emotional health plan to make use of the skills learned at the residential facility. In this stage it’s important to set goals and establish a game plan to achieve those goals in a professional and personal setting.
Outpatient Drug Treatment
This stage of the program is for people entering the later stages of a transitional program, or need a lesser level of care than transitional would provide. Individuals work closely with a therapist as well as go to group counseling sessions. An outpatient program may be beneficial for people working a job, but need the extra guidance for a smooth transition back into adult life.
Even after completing a substance abuse addiction program, it’s important to keep to a regimented plan in place for the long- term.
Elevated Billing handles billing services no matter what level of care is needed for the client in drug rehab. we are passionate about lasting sobriety, and even though we don’t play a direct role, we serve treatment centers to allow them to achieve the maximum care for their patients by allowing longer stays in treatment, more insurance coverage, and more free time for therapists on staff at the treatment centers