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If you’re considering alcohol or drug addiction treatment, you probably have lots of questions about what to expect.

We’ve done our best to answer the most frequently asked questions below. We encourage you to reach out to our helpful staff at 877-535-0636 for more information about our inpatient treatment center in Agoura Hills.

What types of treatment does Del Arroyo offer?

Del Arroyo is a residential treatment center offering medically supervised detox for drug and alcohol addiction, inpatient residential treatment, and partial hospitalization programs (PHPs). We also offer dual diagnosis treatment for patients with co-occurring disorders. We don’t offer outpatient programs at this time, but we can connect you with reputable providers.

Our treatment team includes a trained physician, addiction specialists, licensed therapists, and support staff who work together to create tailored treatment plans for young adults ages 18-25 and older adults up to age 65 with complex conditions.

Does Del Arroyo offer medical detox?

Yes, our experienced physician is trained to oversee complex detoxification cases and can provide medications, as needed. Patients in our medical detox program receive round-the-clock care by a trained clinical team.

Does Del Arroyo treat mental health disorders?

Yes, we care for clients with common mood disorders and personality disorders, including major depression, bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, disordered eating, borderline personality disorder (BPD), and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).

What types of addiction does Del Arroyo Recovery Center treat?

Del Arroyo’s team primarily treats substance use disorders, such as alcohol use disorder (AUD), opioid addiction, meth addiction, prescription drug addiction, heroin addiction, benzodiazepine addiction, and others. We also address behavioral addictions, such as gambling addiction, porn addiction, and shopping addiction, using the latest evidence-based therapies.

What types of therapies does Del Arroyo offer?

During one-on-one counseling sessions and group therapy, our licensed therapists use evidence-based psychotherapies. These include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), motivational interviewing (MI), motivational therapy (MT), and trauma therapy. Visit our therapies page to learn more.

Are family members allowed to visit during treatment?

We strongly encourage family therapy as part of our residental treatment programs. Improved communication between family members can be life-changing for everyone involved. Our staff will advise you on family visitation hours during admissions.  

Can I work or go to school while in treatment?

Inpatient residential treatment at Del Arroyo is fully immersive, which means you will need to take time off work or school while in treatment. Our administrative team will provide any required documentation for medical leave and help you navigate the process. We support your professional success and will do everything possible to make things as stress-free as possible.

Will I lose my job if I go to rehab?

While an employer can legally terminate you if going to rehab affects your ability to do your job, it’s important to know that the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) offer protections for people seeking treatment for substance use disorder (SUD) or alcohol use disorder (AUD).

SUD and AUD are considered medical conditions. As such, employees can use FMLA leave while they seek help for SUDs and related problems, and the ADA prohibits employers from engaging in discriminating behaviors, such as firing an employee for going to rehab for a substance use disorder, now or in the past.

Do I have to share a room?

Del Arroyo is a luxury rehab center with spacious bedrooms and well-appointed common areas. We have private, light-filled rooms available with high-end amenities, for those who prefer a private space while in treatment.

Can I bring my pet with me to treatment?

We know pets are family, and we will work with you to ensure your pet is well cared for while you are in treatment.

How long does treatment last at Del Arroyo?

Del Arroyo Recovery Center offers different levels of care, based on your specific needs. Most people with moderate to severe substance abuse issues and co-occurring mental health challenges need a minimum of 30 days in an inpatient residential program. In general, we offer 30-day, 60-day, and 90-day programs.

What sets Del Arroyo Recovery Center apart from other rehabs in the area?

Many addiction providers use a one-size-fits-all approach. Del Arroyo is different. We explore your unique history and needs to create a personalized treatment plan that gives you the best chances of long-term recovery.

Relapse prevention is a core part of our mission. We know how powerful it can be to have a supportive community of sober peers. It’s why we emphasize aftercare. As a Del Arroyo client, you will have access to our vibrant alumni community and resources after treatment.

Is Del Arroyo Recovery Center gender specific?

Del Arroyo is a gender-neutral treatment center. We work with young adults ages 18-25 as well as older adults up to age 65 with complex conditions.

Does Del Arroyo have an onsite chef?

Yes, clients in our residential treatment program enjoy nutritious chef-prepared meals and benefit from nutrition education and counseling. A healthy diet is an essential part of recovery.

Do you cater to special dietary needs?

Yes. Our onsite chef prepares delicious, nutritious daily meals and provides nutrition counseling. We can accommodate dietary restrictions for vegetarians, vegans, and medically prescribed diets (for diabetes, high blood pressure, etc.).

How do I decide between outpatient and residential treatment?

Outpatient treatment programs are better suited to people with mild to moderate substance use disorders who need to continue working or caring for children.

People with severe SUDs typically need a more intensive level of care and round-the-clock support. If you have moderate to severe withdrawal symptoms when you stop using substances or if you have experienced multiple relapses, residential treatment may be your best option. 

Our admissions team can help you determine whether an intensive outpatient program or residential treatment program is best for you.

How much does treatment cost?

The cost of treatment varies based on the services you need. Finances shouldn’t be a barrier to getting treatment. Our admissions team will do everything possible to help you get the life-changing health care you need.

Does Del Arroyo Recovery Center accept insurance?

Yes, our Agoura Hills rehab center works with several insurance carriers, including United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna, and others. During your free consultation Del Arroyo’s admissions team will help you determine which part of your treatment may be covered by health insurance.

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