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FAQs

FAQs

FAQs

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What insurance does The Haven accept?

We accept some private insurance plans and state-funded Medicaid/AHCCCS insurance plans with substance use treatment coverage and will bill your insurance provider directly.If you are covered for behavioral health services under Medicaid/AHCCCS through Cenpatico, you may contact your assigned Intake Care Coordination Agency (ICCA) Recovery Coach for assistance in accessing The Haven services. If you are without insurance, The Haven will work with you to arrange a flexible payment plan that allows you to focus on your treatment. Payment Options

How long is the treatment program?

Treatment is individualized and varies from 30 days or longer. The Haven aspires to help clients address their substance use issues in the least restrictive environment. As soon as residential clients are ready, they transition to either The Haven Outpatient Program (OP) or Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP).

What programs are involved with treatment?

The Haven utilizes Best Practice modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Relapse Prevention and Seeking Safety.

Does The Haven accept children into residential treatment with their mother?

Yes, we involve the family in our client’s recovery process and encourage women to bring their children when clinically appropriate.

Is there a waiting list for treatment services?

No.

What are the intake requirements?

To learn more about our Intake process, please contact our Intake Coordinator at 520-623-4590.

Why are your treatment services for women only?

Women recovering from alcohol and drug dependence often feel traumatized by the men in their lives, marginalized by the community and defeated by their addiction. Our gender-specific services allow them to focus on their recovery in a safe, comfortable, non-judgmental environment, where they can begin the healing process surrounded by women with similar stories and circumstances.