The hardest part is knowing what to do next. Let Roots walk you through the process.

 

Get rooted in long term recovery.

Here Are the steps to take to get started. We’ll guide
You through it.

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Let’s Talk

Give us a call. We want to know where you’ve been, where you’re at and what you are
looking for. We gather the information needed to determine the best level of care for you.

Financial Needs Assessment

Help us understand your financial situation. Whether you are paying out of pocket or
utilizing insurance, we can help you uncover the best options to get the help you are looking for.

Make Plans

Set up a tour, meet the team, conduct the intake and work out the treatment plan.

Will My Insurance Pay for Treatment?

Insurance might be able to assist in covering the expense of treatment. We accept most PPO insurance policies from major carriers.

Here is a list of some of them:

Understanding your insurance benefits can be time consuming and confusing. Our team can assess your benefits and help you determine your insurance options at no charge. It’s a free service. We have a team in place to help you with that. Get help checking now.

HAVE AN EPO OR HMO POLICY?

Roots Through Recovery is in-network with several insurance providers as well. This means we can accept HMO, EPO and PPO policies, with little or no out of pocket expenses to you.

WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU

For immediate assistance, please call our Admissions Specialists at +1(562) 473-0827 or +1(866) 766-8776.

For more information or to start admissions – fill out the form below and we’ll reach out to you as soon as possible:

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