Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Please call us any time with questions about Aliya Health Group or our addiction treatment centers at: 888-973-2078. We’ve also compiled some frequently asked questions below.

Aliya Healthy Group oversees and provides support and administrative services to its national network of addiction and mental health treatment centers, which include Vogue Recovery Center, Footprints to Recovery, South Coast Behavioral Health and Royal Life Centers.

Our treatment facilities provide evidence-based care for people struggling with alcohol or drug addictions as well as co-occurring disorders that often accompany substance abuse.
Our treatment centers are licensed to treat co-occurring mental health disorders when a substance use disorder is the primary diagnosis.

Our treatment centers offer a full continuum of care that includes:

  • Medical detox and sub-acute detox
  • Inpatient treatment
  • Partial hospitalization program (PHP)
  • Intensive outpatient program (IOP)
  • Outpatient treatment
  • Sober living residences

Clients in our inpatient programs live in home-like residences with other people in the treatment program. Each of our treatment centers’ accommodations have their own unique personality, atmosphere, and decor, but all are welcoming and comfortable.

Clients in our partial hospitalization programs, intensive outpatient programs, and outpatient programs often choose to live in our sober living residences, allowing them to attend treatment during the day and spend evenings in a healthy, supportive environment with other people in recovery.

Yes, when it is deemed clinically appropriate.
Our treatment centers take a holistic approach to addiction treatment that includes both traditional and alternative therapies. You’ll participate in individual, group, and family therapy, as well as experiential activities like yoga, fitness, acupuncture, massage therapy, and biofeedback depending on the program and location. Our addiction treatment centers are trauma-focused and often use therapies like eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) and cognitive processing that specifically target trauma.
While it may depend on the specific situation during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, facilities may allow visitors during treatment, while maintaining compliance with all CDC COVID-19 prevention practices.
It is the policy of Aliya Health Group companies and its affiliates to allow clients the appropriate use of their cell phones and other electronic devices. Clients may use cellular phones and or approved electronic devices within the facility during designated use times. Clients must adhere to administrative safeguards established by the facility to protect the confidentiality and integrity of the treatment environment as well as other clients. We will set realistic limits regarding the use of cellular phones and approved electronic devices, which must include but are not limited to, an initial 72-hour minimum therapeutic hold of all cell phones and electronic devices that begins at the time of admission.
Depending on a client’s stage in treatment — generally not during the first 72 hours of detoxification — clients may call loved ones in treatment during approved and designated use times.
The first step in recovery for many clients is medical detox. We will help you through this process with research-backed medications to ease withdrawal symptoms and round-the-clock care from medical professionals. Our detox programs keep you safe and as comfortable as possible while you rid your body of toxins from drugs and alcohol.

Yes. We are in network with several insurance providers and also accept most major insurances.  Our admissions team will work directly with your provider to determine your drug rehab insurance benefits.

The cost of treatment depends on the facility, level of care, and insurance benefits. The best way to determine cost of care is to call us to get an estimate based on your treatment needs and insurance coverage.
The recommended length of treatment varies by individual client. We will provide you with a thorough physical and psychological assessment when you enter our programs and make a recommendation based on your individual needs and situation.
Yes. All of our programs are accredited by the Joint Commission.
We introduce clients to the 12-steps as well as 12-step alternatives so they can determine what they most relate to and what best supports their recovery.

Have more questions? We welcome your call.