Executive Treatment Program: Confidentiality
Alcohol and/or addiction programs are a medical treatment which is governed under HIPPA laws, which means your addiction treatment it is always treated in the strictest of confidentiality; information on your alcohol and/or addiction treatment cannot be released without the client’s express permission. Executive treatment programs take this a step further, providing privacy and discretion when it comes to the client’s personal and professional lives. Executive treatment programs can provide those being treated with a secluded atmosphere away from the spotlight, helping to keep careers and personal reputations intact when our clients leave our program.
In the case of outpatient treatment, this discretion can be aided by the person’s ability to maintain a certain degree of normal activity whilst still seeking treatment for alcohol and/or addiction. This helps some of our clients because the interruption to their daily responsibilities is minimized and this can help lessen some of the stress of seeking alcohol and/or addiction treatment.
Executive Treatment Program: Cost
At Coastal Detox, because of the amenities and treatment capabilities of our executive treatment program, and because the program caters to more affluent individuals, the cost to enter the program is more than traditional programs due to the level of comfort and seclusion these clients require. Some of the costs of our programs may be covered by health insurance so it is important that our clients interested in the executive treatment program, contact Coastal Detox to assist them in the health insurance approval process.
Executive Treatment Program: Aftercare
According to addiction treatment experts, an inpatient program that offers medical detox and therapy is most likely to have a positive long-term outcome. The importance of aftercare coping and support methods, however, should not be underestimated. It will give the client a better chance at lasting sobriety and improved mental health.
The type of treatment program an executive chooses will depend on:
- The type of his or her business
- The degree of confidentiality of the therapy
After addiction treatment is completed, individuals can take part in a 12-step program. They can also engage in group or individual therapy. Peer support groups can also help people to avoid drug and/or alcohol use. These groups can help people refrain from other self-destructive behavior, such as compulsive gambling or even sex addiction.
Finding the right help for yourself or a loved one can be an overwhelming and stressful process. We can remove those stresses by helping you find the right addiction treatment option for YOU. For information on our executive treatment program, please call (877) 978-3125. Or you can contact us here.