Scottsdale Recovery Center recently launched its Lifetime Therapy, designed to be an affordable addiction aftercare program for clients to receive continual treatment for life. This revolutionary one-of-a-kind program helps those patients conquer common life stressors that could otherwise trigger a relapse.
Explaining that it isn’t uncommon for insurers to treat the minimum as a maximum — meaning they won’t cover beyond the minimum required stay and deny additional time and treatment, even if it is recommended by a professional — Chris Cohn, founder and owner of Scottsdale Recovery Center, says, “Although a patient may have benefits to go to a substance abuse treatment facility, the insurance company might not authorize them to access that level of care.
“Some insurance companies don’t understand the full extent of therapy that individuals need during and after recovery to have a successful sobriety.” Cohn notes that facilities battle insurers to cover longer stays and continued therapy for patients because, in a situation without medical treatment, insurers often don’t feel the need to cover the client and allow them the ability to afford further support.
People who have gone through a medical detox or a 28-day treatment program may have a hard time reconnecting with their real self and adapt to a new lifestyle in society. With SRC Lifetime Therapy, clients are able to receive ongoing support, medical checkups, emotional learning tools and life skills training.
SRC built this program to be a long-term affordable solution for those that have private insurance companies that might not cover outpatient treatment. Lifetime Therapy gives clients the opportunity for extra support whenever a person needs it. Lifetime Therapy molds around the convenience of a person’s schedule, and offers traditional and holistic the rapies to choose from, for a lifetime. Substance abuse and mental health disorders don’t evolve over night and don’t go away in one day, neither does recovery. Lifetime Therapy allows those to stay plugged into their sobriety and find new sober friendships.