Questions About Rehab Admissions at Seaside Palm Beach
If you or a loved one is about to enter into our luxury residential addiction treatment in Palm Beach, we understand that you probably have a lot of questions. Addiction is a horrible disease and the entire rehab admissions process can be overwhelming and confusing. You have no idea what to expect from an addiction rehab facility, particularly our luxury rehab center. You are probably curious about payment for rehab as well as how to even get into our treatment programs. Do not worry; you are not alone. We are here to answer all of your questions from drug rehab admissions to getting to our facility.
Rehab Payment Information
Does your rehab accept insurance?
Our luxury addiction rehab in Palm Beach is routinely able to work with most commercial insurance policies. We are in network with a few major managed care companies, and we are certainly able to work with many out-of-network plans to improve your access to treatment. Although commercial insurance plans may cover a portion of the treatment costs of our program, there will be an additional charge for the supplemental services and amenities provided at the programs that are not considered a “covered service” by your insurance provider. You can call us today to get your free insurance verification to see if our addiction treatment center accepts your insurance.
What are your private pay rates for rehab?
Our private pay rates for rehab are calculated based upon a per diem rate and will vary depending upon length of stay and program enrollment. Please call our Admissions Department for your individualized price quote and payment options.
What forms of payment are accepted at your rehab?
Seaside Palm Beach accepts all major credit cards, certified or cashier’s checks, wire transfers, and cash. If your credit card is linked to your bank account, your bank may have a daily limit imposed. You can have this temporarily lifted by contacting your bank. If payment is by wire transfer, the funds must be received prior to admission. Funds may take several days to transfer.
Our Drug Rehab Admissions Process
How do I get admitted into rehab?
Admission to any of our facilities can be easily arranged by contacting one of our Admissions Coordinators at (888) 900-9367. They can assist with insurance verification and payment questions. A pre-admission screening over the phone is required prior to admission to rehab. This usually takes 10-20 minutes. This pre-screening may raise issues which will require the submission of medical records prior to rehab admission. Barring special circumstances, rehab admissions can typically be arranged within the same day as your original phone call.
What airport should I fly into? Will transportation be provided from the airport to the facility?
We can provide private transportation from Palm Beach International Airport PBI (10-15 minute drive), Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport FLL (45-minute drive), and Miami International Airport MIA (75-minute drive) to our Florida resort rehab facilities. In addition, we can provide courtesy transportation for local Florida clients to the facility.
What should I bring to addiction treatment?
- Insurance Card
- Prescription Card
- All medications (in original bottles)
- Cash for your patient account
- Cigarettes (if you smoke, bring at least a carton upon admission)
- Casual Clothing (5 to 7 days worth)
- Church Clothing (if applicable)
- Gym Clothing
- Beach Wear & Beach Towel
- Sun Screen
- CD/MP3 Player – Walkman Size
- Laptop or tablet
- School Books (if applicable)
- Eyeglasses / Contact Lenses & appropriate accessories
Will my loved ones be contacted once I arrive at the rehab facility?
When you arrive at any of our facilities, a Seaside Palm Beach staff member will contact a person of your choice to let them know that you have arrived at the facility safely.
Are private rooms available?
A private room is available at an additional charge. Please inquire when you call.
Should I bring my medications to addiction treatment?
Please bring any medications you are currently prescribed in the original prescription bottle.