Admissions July 22nd, 2021 Orlando Recovery Center
Admissions

Admissions Process

As soon as you call, our staff will gather the necessary information for your personal intake assessment.

We want to plan the best course of action for your treatment. That’s why our intake pre-assessment process is designed to help our team determine your eligibility, most appropriate level of care, and individual needs.

What We'll Ask

Your confidentiality is our top priority. “We’ll ask you about your substance abuse and history, mental health concerns, eating disorder history (if any), your current environment and other medical information. From here, we’ll start on your initial detox planning.”

– Robert Fishman, Vice President of Admissions

Exploring Your Insurance Options

We believe recovery should be available to anyone in need of care. Which is why we work directly with your insurance provider to find the best option for you.

We accept most major health plans to help you pay for your drug or alcohol rehabilitation treatment. You can verify your benefits coverage online, call and one of our representatives can help you, or check with your health insurance carrier for final determination regarding specific covered services. Usually, prescription drugs used in treatment like methadone and suboxone are covered, but not always. 

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Understanding Your Treatment Options

It starts with understanding – We’ll walk you through the various components of addiction recovery and break down how our treatment programs work within this process.

Admissions FAQs

Drug and alcohol rehabilitation is one of the most effective ways to find treatment and recover from addiction. Still, you may feel apprehensive about attending a rehab program. You’re likely feeling uncertain about how rehab works, what’s included, how long it takes or how much it costs. Learning the answers to your questions can help remove some of that apprehension and better prepare you for this big step in your recovery journey. We’ve provided a list of our most frequently asked questions and their answers.

Questions About Going to Drug and Alcohol Rehab

If you show signs of substance abuse and addiction, rehab can help you correct your behaviors, repair relationships, learn new ways to handle difficult situations, discover strategies for staying sober and lead a healthier, happier life.

The cost of addiction treatment can vary widely depending on the severity of your addiction, the type of facility, the length of your stay and the form of care you receive. Publicly-funded facilities can range from $1,500 to $8,000 or more for treatment, while private facilities can range from $20,000 to $60,000. However, the cost of treatment is always more affordable than the cost of continuing an addiction.

Health insurance is one of the best ways to keep rehab affordable. Drug rehab insurance coverage can pay for some or all of your costs, and it’s included in most insurance plans. However, plans may differ in the types of programs and facilities they cover.

Typically, the entire length of a rehab stay is around 20 to 30 days. However, this can vary widely depending on your specific needs. (Related: What to expect)

You or your family are expected to secure your travel accommodations. If you are traveling by plane, however, one of our drivers can pick you up from the airport.

If you qualify for FMLA, you are allowed to use it for rehab without being punished or retaliated against. However, you can still be fired for substance abuse if your workplace has a strict drug-free policy in place.

Questions About Life at the Orlando Recovery Center

Our drug and alcohol treatment center is located at 6000 Lake Ellenor Drive in Orlando, Florida.

What happens during detox is that a person goes through the withdrawal process as their system naturally clears itself of drugs and alcohol in a safe, medical environment. The person may receive MAT, or medication-assisted treatment, to help relieve uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms that can occur.

Yes, our multidisciplinary team of experts is able to provide treatment for co-occurring disorders. Mental health and substance abuse often influence one another, so it’s important to treat both to improve chances of recovery success.

Though it may depend on your treatment program, you are usually able to place phone calls to family members, see them during designated periods and participate in family therapy for addiction.

You will see your doctors on a routine basis for checkups, treatment adjustments and progress monitoring. However, you may see them more or less often, depending on your treatment program. Outside of doctor visits, you have access to nurses, counselors and other facility staff members.

Clients are given times when they can smoke in a designated area. E-cigarettes and other vape products are not allowed, and you must bring cigarettes in their original, unsealed packaging. The cigarettes you bring must last for your entire stay.

Questions About Life After Rehab

The rehab stay is an important step in recovery, but it’s also the shortest part. What follows is a lifelong process of maintenance, learning from mistakes and leaning on support. It won’t always be easy, but this is why Orlando Recovery Center provides alumni services to help you stay on track and correct your course when you stumble.

Each client receives an individualized aftercare treatment plan that helps them stay sober with the help of support and recovery resources. Aftercare can include relapse prevention plans, access to support groups, follow-up appointments, case management and sober living communities.

Alumni programs include aftercare services as well as access to online substance abuse support groups, checkups, exclusive events, on-call support and other resources that are available for clients who complete rehab.

Sober living homes are environments where people can live after completing rehab. The early days of recovery can be difficult, so sober homes help people practice coping skills they learned during rehab in a safe, substance-free environment.

What Our Patients Say

David S
David S
16:24 21 Jul 21
Orlando Recovery Center was there for me at exactly the right time! They were extremely friendly and created a very supportive environment for outpatient services. One-on-one and group therapy were extremely beneficial.
Tashonda
Tashonda
22:21 19 Jul 21
When I was admitted I can honestly say that the staff really card and understood each individual..I really appreciated that
Darin Hinshaw
Darin Hinshaw
22:38 16 Jul 21
Orlando Recovery Center is a place that can help you change your life. Only, if you have the right attitude. Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it. Attitude is everything. ORC is not a fun place. It’s not going to do anything, unless you choose to. Life is full of headache, pain, suffering, and it is not fair. And guess what. It doesn’t change. I thought, I could handle it. But I couldn’t, not by myself. What I was doing definitely wasn’t working. I needed help. I got it from ORC. Doctors, Therapists, Nurses, and all the staff were all good in their own ways. They are going to tell you the truth. But more importantly, the people that are there next to you, that changed everything for me. They are going through it right with you. You are not alone. All with different pasts, different lives, different reasons for what they do. Those relationships helped me tremendously. I saw that in groups you can accomplish so much more than trying to do it alone. I also saw people change, see that everyone’s life matters, even when you don’t think it does. Even when you think there is no hope. I started reading the bible in meetings. I read what God wanted to say. Proverbs 23:29-35. It was exactly what I was going through. I wanted to change. Philippians 4:13. “I can do Everything through him who gives me strength”! It made me realize, I still can control my own outcome. You control your own outcome. ORC can help, but only you make that choice to help yourself. What do you choose?
Francis Point Of View
Francis Point Of View
18:49 16 Jul 21
Gabe gave me the coping mechanisms to help overcome some of the stressors and anxiety in my life. I’d recommend therapy to anyone!
Ruth Martínez
Ruth Martínez
01:06 08 Jul 21
My Experience here is good , this is my first second rehab and I’m impressed as to how creative the therapist are and how groups are managed . I’d like to congratulate Phil which one of the BHT’s he is very nice and understanding person .
Khaiira Gibson
Khaiira Gibson
17:39 02 Jul 21
i love you Karon this is a awesome program i recomand to anyone and feels just like family

Arriving at the Facility

Build a family-away-from-family. Like any kinship, recovery requires openness, honesty, and willingness. Before treatment can begin, our staff will work to assess your current state through key assessments to best develop your individualized treatment plan.

Important Notice Regarding COVID-19:

We are closely monitoring all developments associated with Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are taking proactive steps to ensure the health and safety of all patients, employees and the communities we serve. This means some off-site activities or other programming have been postponed or moved to telehealth offerings. Your cooperation during this time is greatly appreciated.

Quarantine Policy: 

Admitting patients will be tested for COVID-19 at the facility, prior to admission. Patients will be admitted only if their test is negative. Upon admissions, patients will be required to Quarantine for 48 hours and will be retested for COVID-19 prior to ending their quarantine. In most cases, Quarantine involves being housed in a private room with access to all of the appropriate services and personnel for their level of care. Staff will be available to you throughout the quarantine time. Meals, snacks and medications will be delivered to your room In some cases, Quarantine will take place in a shared room with one or more additional patients who have admitted to the facility on or around the same date, who have also tested negative for COVID-19 prior to admission. Our Quarantine Policy is designed to help aid in the prevention of spread of COVID-19 that can occur before a person knows they are sick or if they are infected with the virus without feeling symptoms.