How do I pay for treatment?
Los Angeles County Medi-Cal is all you need to qualify for treatment funding.
Who qualifies for Residential Treatment?
Males over the age of 18, who reside in Los Angeles County and have active Medi-Cal.
What can I expect if I’m admitted to one of Grandview’s treatment programs?
Individual assessment of each client admitted at any level of care provides Grandview experts with the background necessary to design a treatment plan that addresses the client’s unique needs. From Day 1, Grandview’s approach will involve a detailed aftercare program, so there is a safe sober transition plan in place in advance of leaving treatment.
Is there a black out period?
We call it an orientation period and it lasts for two weeks. However, we do not discourage all contact with loved ones; in fact, you can bring your cell phone to treatment, as long as you use it responsibly. Phones are a privilege, not a right, during treatment at Grandview. After the two-week orientation, clients may obtain permission to have visitors on weekends.
What should I bring with me to Residential Treatment?
No more than two weeks of comfortable clothes, and a 30-day supply of all medications you are taking. Grandview will provide all meals, as well as linens and hygiene products. Pack light, as space is limited. We discourage you from bringing valuables.
How long can I stay in Residential Treatment?
Depending on the results of your intake assessment, you can qualify to stay from one to three months.
Who qualifies for Intensive Outpatient Treatment?
Adult men and women over the age of 18 who reside in Los Angeles County and have active Medi-Cal.
Is housing available to those participating in Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient?
Yes, funding called Recovery Bridge Housing is available for up to three months for qualified individuals participating in Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient treatment. However, while our Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient programs are available to both men and women, housing is only available for men.
How long can I stay enrolled in the Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient Programs?
For up to a year, but it’s best to determine your timeframe after you have been assessed, so you have the benefit of knowing what is recommended based on your individual needs.
What services are available to my loved ones?
Grandview offers free “Family/Friends Groups” on site, guided by one of our Marriage and Family Interns every Wednesday evening from 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm. These sessions are geared to help your loved ones understand the treatment process, how addiction affects them, and what they can do to help in your recovery. Couples counseling is also available to those in outpatient treatment.