3-Step Insurance Verification Process
Step 1: Call (888) 795-1965 or complete our contact form to have us verify your insurance.
Step 2: We will contact your insurance provider and verify the benefits and maximum coverage.
Step 3: We will let you know how much your insurance will cover and how much needs to be paid out-of-pocket.
Preferred Provider Plans for Substance Abuse Treatment
Preferred provider plans (PPOs) are the most common type of insurance accepted by drug and alcohol treatment centers. These plans typically include out-of-network benefits.
For insurance to be applicable to a stay at Olympia House Rehab, you may need a PPO plan.
For residential treatment, we are currently in-network with Aetna, Beacon Health Options, Blue Shield of California, Anthem Blue Cross, and Magellan Health.
If you have PPO insurance with a different provider, you may have out-of-network benefits that apply to treatment as well.
Olympia House Rehab will proactively work with your insurance company to maximize the amount of addiction treatment services authorized for payment by your plan.
Our staff can also submit claims on your behalf to your insurance company for payment and/or reimbursement.
Eligibility Criteria for Admission or Re-Admission
Individuals who meet the following criteria will be eligible for admission to Olympia House:
- Persons over the age of 18 years
- All genders welcome
- Have a drug or alcohol problem
- Express motivation or interest in developing a clean and sober lifestyle
Individuals who meet the below criteria will not be eligible for admission:
- Individuals who are currently in withdrawal from a substance that requires a medically managed detoxification program.
- Individuals who are a convicted sex offender and require PC290 registration.
- Individuals who have psychiatric or cognitive difficulties whose symptoms or condition prevent them from meaningfully participating in the program.
- Individuals who have medical problems that require more medical supervision than is permitted by the license.
- Individuals who pose an immediate risk to themselves, others, or the facility.
- Individuals who have any communicable diseases that pose a significant risk to other residents.
If an individual is not eligible or suitable for treatment at Olympia House, staff will work with outside resources as available to suggest options where treatment might be possible. All final decisions on eligibility are made by the Clinical or Executive Director.
Prior to Admission
Our staff will ask you some basic questions regarding substance use, health, and your goals for the program. We will also explain the intake process and any financial considerations and work with your insurance carrier to verify benefits prior to admission.
We take a team approach with each individual. When a resident is admitted to our program, they are assigned a mental health therapist as well as a drug and alcohol counselor. The three of them meet to determine the goals of the treatment while they are at Olympia House.
Each resident receives individual psychotherapy two times a week with a mental health therapist and three sessions with a substance abuse counselor. This is in addition to all of the various group options that we offer, beginning at about 8:30 am and continuing until about 8:30 pm. Rarely will you find this level of individualized care at other rehab facilities at the price point that we offer.
Do’s and Don’ts
It is important that you feel comfortable while staying at our treatment center in Sonoma County. The time of year influences the type of clothing that you should bring in order to remain comfortable.
Residents at Olympia House Rehab tend to spend a great deal of time outdoors. This includes working with animals, gardening, playing volleyball and so on.
- Comfortable, warm clothing and exercise gear (athletic sneakers and/or walking shoes)
- Appropriate sleepwear
- Toiletries for your recommended length of stay
- Medications prescribed by your physician in properly labeled bottles
- Driver’s license or other official identification
- Health insurance/prescription cards or information
- Reading material
- Cell phone, laptop, iPod, MP3 player or CD player (with headphones)
- We discourage the use of cell phones and laptops during the first week unless the needs are business related
Do Not Bring
- Provocative or inappropriate clothing
- Any personal products with alcohol, such as perfume, cologne, mouthwash, hairspray, etc.
- Inappropriate reading material, including books, magazines, and graphic novels
- Illegal substances