Does Renew Recovery offer medication assistance (Suboxone)?
Yes, as well as other forms of addiction medicine. Medication-assisted treatment (commonly known as MAT) is an extremely successful way for our clients to beat addiction. The medication will make withdrawal symptoms much easier to handle, which means long-term rehabilitation is more likely. Suboxone even includes a secondary element that makes abuse of the prescription nearly impossible. MAT is a safe, effective way to treat the disease of addiction.
How often do I have to come to Renew Recovery?
Renew Recovery clients are expected to come to the clinic weekly during the beginning phase of treatment. Everyone has an individual treatment plan tailored for them; frequency of visits will depend on need.
Does Renew Recovery accept Medicaid?
Not yet, but please check back with us soon! We do accept Humana Medicare, but not all Medicare.. We also accept all insurance plans from most of the major providers, including:
- Anthem BCBS Commercial Plans
- Anthem Medicaid
- Humana Commercial Plans
- Humana Medicare Plans
- Behavioral Health Systems (BHS)
Is Renew Recovery accepting new general psychiatry patients?
Each of our four locations varies in availability to take general psychiatry patients. It depends on many factors with each location, so please call 866-840-4719 or the location closest to you.
Is counseling required to get medication assistance?
Yes. Renew Recovery’s philosophy is to treat this disease with a comprehensive approach. Addiction recovery is biological, psychological, social, and spiritual. We take a “whole-person” treatment approach to addressing an individual’s needs. Each of our clients has an individualized treatment plan with specific counseling expectations.
Can I get required counseling with a provider outside of Renew Recovery?
To be in our program, you would need to have counseling services at Renew Recovery for consistency of care purposes. We encourage outside support of recovery meetings and peer support.
Will Renew Recovery staff schedule counseling and doctor appointments around my work schedule?
Yes! We make every effort to accommodate your scheduling needs. We believe that the best way to rebuild your life is to maintain a healthy job, family, and social life. We won’t ask you to be separated from the things you value most. Instead, we will help you rebuild those relationships and have a healthier life.
Does Renew Recovery require that I go to inpatient treatment first?
No. Renew Recovery can be seen as an alternative to inpatient treatment or as a step down from inpatient. It is sometimes the best option for clients. If that is not the case, we will refer you to another treatment program. The clients who participate at Renew Recovery are completing treatment while attending work and spending time with their loved ones.