Pathway’s Recovery offers Drug and Alcohol Detox and Addiction Rehab in Northern California.
Deciding on Rehab: What’s Next
We understand that you must have a lot of questions about choosing the right addiction treatment program for you. Below is an outline of what to expect through our admissions process as well as links to important pages on our financing options and what to bring to detox and treatment.
Our Detox and Addiction Treatment Admissions Process
- Help is waiting by the phone, 24/7/365, to help you with your admissions process into our drug and alcohol treatment program. When you call, you will speak with an Addiction Counselor who will guide you through a brief and confidential telephone assessment.
- When the phone assessment is completed, if the detox treatment team recommends treatment at Pathways Recovery we will schedule an intake appointment for you to come in and reserve a bed. Our bed space is limited. So we may ask you to put a deposit on your space to secure it for your arrival.
- You should know what to bring to treatment and what not to bring to treatment. There is a complete list of items listed on this website which you can find by following this link. Our counselors are also available 24/7 to answer any other questions you may have prior to your arrival at Pathways Recovery.
- If you’re coming from out of town for a stay in our residential treatment facility, Pathways will arrange to pick you up at the Sacramento airport or downtown at the train station. If you need to be picked up somewhere else in the Sacramento area, we can accommodate that as well.
Detox and Treatment Program Costs
We accept all insurance companies with out-of-network benefits (PPO). Many guests receive a significant number of days covered by their insurance, depending on their plan. Call us with the phone number provided below and have us verify your insurance, then we will contact your insurance company and verify the benefits and maximum coverage, and contact you with how much your insurance will cover and how much needs to be paid out-of-pocket.