If you have questions about the detox or recovery process at Surfside Recovery, don’t hesitate to contact us.
We are here to help individuals and their families get the information they need to make the best decisions.
In the meantime, here are some of the most common questions we hear from clients, along with our responses. Hopefully this will help clear up some questions and concerns for you, too!
How long detox lasts depends on the severity of your addiction, how long you’ve been addicted, the presence of underlying medical conditions and other factors. On average, detox lasts for 3-10 days. During this time, you will be kept as comfortable as possible.
Once you complete detox, you will move onto residential inpatient treatment. This can last anywhere from 2 weeks to several months. Longer stays in rehab lead to more positive outcomes, so our goal is to get you as much time as possible. However, this will be influenced by the care you need and your budget.
During your stay at Surfside Recovery, you will have access to all of the therapies you need to get better. Most clients participate in individual therapy around 2-3 times per week, while group therapy is held daily. Additional therapy sessions can be requested.
Yes, Surfside Recovery accepts most large insurance carriers like Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, Cigna, NYSHIP and Beacon. Contact our admissions department to verify your insurance coverage. Private pay is also accepted.
Once you are stabilized, your family will be able to come and visit you. However, you will need to discuss this with your clinical team first, as sometimes, there are restrictions. Our goal is to make sure that you are able to focus fully on your recovery without outside distraction.
Yes, we do allow clients to smoke cigarettes at our facility, though we do have designated smoking areas. If you are trying to quit smoking, talk to our staff about what we can do to help.
Absolutely. All treatment is confidential and protected by HIPAA. The only ones who are allowed access to your information are you or any parties noted on your consent form.
We can help with any transportation arrangements you need, whether it’s finding a place to park your vehicle or traveling to our Huntington Beach location. We do not want logistics to stand in the way of getting help. Contact our admissions team to learn more about transportation to our treatment center.
Yes, please bring your medications in their original containers. They may be adjusted, re-evaluated or even compensated, depending on what they are. But this will help our clinical team determine what you were taking and the reason why.
Our admissions department will inform you on what items to bring. These usually include comfortable clothing and personal care items. Certain things, such as money, will be locked up unless you need to use it.