Frequently Asked Questions

YOU OR Your loved one will be supervised as outlined in our program manual by our qualified and caring staff. The level of supervision THAT YOU OR YOUR LOVED ONE receive is in direct correlation to the level of severity of their behavioral issues and as required by applicable laws and regulations.

We conduct background checks on all employees prior to hiring to ensure that we hire quality individuals and in compliance with all state regulations. All staff will be first aid and CPR certified also I would write that all clinical and medical staff are qualified professionals. Our staff also receives ongoing training to enhance our quality of care.

We have established best practices and risk management procedures which include emergency preparedness training and response. Should there be an emergency situation, the individual’s emergency contact will be notified by someone within our organization with as much detail as possible. You or your loved one’s safety is our number one priority, and we will do everything it takes to ensure one’s safety.

You and Your loved one’s success is dependent on many factors, the most important being the level at which you and your family choose to participate throughout the therapeutic process and the individuals willingness to make positive changes. We have voluntarily participated in independent research studies to determine outcome success rates and behaviors.

The Luminous Care programs are accepted by most insurance companies. Please contact our admissions department at Phone No to find out your detailed plan and coverage.

Addiction rehabilitation is a highly personal experience, and the costs associated with treatment depend upon a number of factors, including (but not necessarily limited to) the specific nature of your problem being treated, the amount of time you will need to remain in treatment, and the presence of any co-occurring disorders.

Each individual’s time with The Luminous Care depends upon his or her unique needs and circumstances. Our clinical team will create a personalized treatment plan that adapts to the pace and ensures that every individual receives no more and no less treatment than necessary.

We certainly hope they will, and we strongly encourage their participation. Substance abuse impacts the entire family –  we believe it is essential to include the family and significant others in the recovery process.

Family members have the opportunity to participate in family therapy sessions and support calls with other families who have a loved one in treatment.

Yes, we do. We understand that getting sober is just the beginning of the recovery process. The staff works closely with individuals, their families and referral sources to create a detailed discharge and aftercare plan, which includes helping individuals develop a support system and identifying appropriate continuing care programs and support groups in their home communities.