Choosing the right treatment center for yourself or a loved one is a difficult process. Our Admissions Team can answer any questions you may have but to help, here are some of our frequently asked questions.
Rehab Admissions FAQ
How much does rehab cost?
If you think that Sober College may be a good fit for your loved one, and would like to find out more details about our costs we encourage you to give our admission team a call at 800.465.0142 or complete our free insurance verification form.
Does insurance cover drug and alcohol treatment?
Unfortunately, we do not accept Medicaid, Medicare or Medi-Cal as payment for our services. We are a private facility that is not contracted with any government or state agencies. If you would like to utilize these services please contact your provider directly or give us a call and we can help direct you to a program that accepts these plans.
What forms of payment do you accept?
Are there any hidden fees in the cost of treatment?
What is your length of stay?
Academics at Sober College are provided on an individual basis. In addition to teaching core academic skills, we use a number of content providers in addition to our own curriculum. This combination allows us to accommodate a wide variety of education needs. Students at Sober College are taking accredited, transferable, and rolling admission college classes, including high school completion and G.E.D. completion. Learn more about the importance of combining college and rehab for long-term sobriety.
What if a person leaves treatment early?
Do you offer payment plans?
Who is Eligible?
Sober College will consider young adult men and women ages 18-26 that are in need of a supportive sober environment. We offer dual-diagnosis treatment and work with clients struggling with both substance abuse and mental health issues. Length of stay is determined individually. Learn more about the admissions process at Sober College.
What are the living arrangements like?
Is smoking or tobacco allowed at the facility?
Is the Family Program an additional expense?
Do you accommodate special dietary needs?
Are prescription medications allowed at the facility?
How does Sober College handle medical emergencies?
Does Sober College offer detox?
Legal Issues FAQs
Will Sober College supply the courts with the reports that they need?
What happens if the client needs to make an appearance in court?
Can the client earn money to pay court fines and/or make restitution?
Can they complete court-ordered Community Service hours?
When may we visit and what are the guidelines for special holidays, like Christmas?
When may our children come home for a visit?
May I send the client money to buy things that they need?
How do I reach Sober College?
Who is my contact person?
Who do I call in the case of a family emergency?
How do I reach a specific Sober College faculty member?
Are clients permitted to use email and internet while in the program?
When may I speak with my son or daughter?
Following the four-week period, they will be able to call anytime, provided they have not lost the privilege to do so. Throughout their stay, you will continue to receive progress reports from your contact person. However, you should still notify us of any unauthorized calls.
When may we start writing to our children?
Who else may write my son or daughter?
Have Additional Questions About Our Program?
Choosing the right treatment center for your son or daughter is challenging. Our admission team is here to help and answer any and all questions you may have. Please give us a call at 800.465.0142.