If you are ready to help your boy take a step towards recovery and rehabilitation from addiction, we’ll make it as easy as possible.
Follow the Steps Below to Begin the Application Process
Intake varies from 24 hours to 2 weeks, depending on the time needed to gather documents or if detox is needed first (usually only required if the boy has been addicted to a chemical substance for a long time).
Call or fill in the inquiry form on this site to begin the intake process. If it appears that the program may be a good fit for the individual, we will direct you to our online application.
Intake Steps (only start this process after we have first talked)
Step 1 – Fill Out the Online Application
There is no charge to submit an application. A link to the online application will be provided to you after we have talked.
Step 2 – We Will Review Your Application
After the application has been received, it will be reviewed by our intake staff and addiction counselors. A decision on whether or not your child is a good fit for our program is made within one business day (usually within a few hours). If your boy is accepted, we will contact you to work out the final details, the admission date, and other details for his admission.
Step 3 – Determine an Admission Date
Let us know when would be a good time for your boy to enter our program, so we can prepare for him.
Step 4 – Make a Deposit
If you agree to move forward, a financial deposit is required before a bed will be reserved for your child. When your child enters the program, the entire deposit will be applied toward the treatment/tuition bill. This deposit is nonrefundable, since we will be reserving a space and not allowing another family to take it.
Step 5 – Complete Enrollment Forms
Some additional medical information and release forms will be provided to you after your application has been approved.
Step 6 – Admit Your Child
Mandatory Documents To Be Provided Upon Admission
- PICTURE ID (driver’s license, state ID)
- SOCIAL SECURITY CARD (or letter from SS office stating that you have applied)
- MEDICAL PAPERWORK/TESTS (Physical, TB, HIV, HEP-C tests results)
- MEDICAL INSURANCE CARD
- GREEN CARD (if a non-citizen permanent resident)
Other documents may be required, including educational status.
On the intake day, the parents and the boy will have the opportunity to meet with our Addiction Specialist and Case Manager. Opportunity will be given to ask further questions and gain clarity of the entire program. A tour of the campus will be given.
ADD THESE OPTIONAL STEPS FOR ONGOING SUCCESS – WE OFFER SO MUCH MORE!
To be successful in making real life change, boys can enter our sober living, education, and recovery program until completion.
- OPTIONAL SOBER LIVING THERAPEUTIC BOARDING SCHOOL (Teen Challenge Adventure Ranch) — After completing addiction treatment, boys can move on to our therapeutic boarding school, where they will learn to live and thrive with new motivations in life and without addiction. They will have access to ongoing Day Treatment and Outpatient clinical services for addiction follow-up, as appropriate. See the adventure-based boarding school program HERE. (https://teenchallengeranch.com/)
- SIX MONTH AFTERCARE PROGRAM — Successful transition for the boy outside of the program at home (for no added cost). We continue to work with each boy and their family after the residential portion of the program is completed. The aftercare portion of the program is designed to last at least 6 months and it is free.
We begin helping our students to make this transition several months before they actually complete the residential portion of the program. An Aftercare Plan is developed with the child, parents, probation officers, etc. We approach each student on an individual basis. We understand that each boy has unique needs, family situations, educational challenges, and aptitudes.
We also work with families in regard to finding a mentor for the child. This mentor will be someone from their local area who will coordinate with the Teen Challenge Transitional Services Director. He/she will meet weekly with the student and provide continued encouragement and accountability after he returns home.
The Transitional Services Director also maintains regular contact with the student after he completes the residential portion of the program. He makes weekly phone contact with the student and family to check on progress. When possible, in-home visits are often scheduled (if the family would like for that to happen). During the visits/calls, the following is discussed:
- Re-entry into the home environment,
- Transitions to and challenges with new educational facilities,
- Vocational activities and goals,
- Relapse prevention issues,
- Interpersonal issues,
- The student’s conduct and behavior.
SUCCESS SOMETIMES NEEDS A TUNE-UP! Students showing significant difficulty transitioning back into society and/or participating in addiction, at-risk, or delinquent behavior can be returned to the program for a limited time. After re-stabilization, the previous aftercare plan is evaluated and appropriate changes are made in order to better assist the student with a transition.
Insurance Options (we work with most insurance carriers)
Ten Questions You Should Ask Your Insurance Carrier:
1. Does my plan provide coverage for the treatment of drug abuse? It’s important to understand the federal Parity Act, but most people don’t know whether an employer is a self-funded group plan, or how their state laws handle benefits for substance abuse treatment. Your plan’s customer service representative will be able to tell you exactly what your benefits are. Sometimes benefits for drug rehab are handled by a “managed behavioral health organization (MBHO).” If that’s the case, your insurer should let you know the name of the company and how to contact them. Then you will deal with the MBHO, rather than your insurer.
2. Do I need a referral from my doctor? You’ll want to find this out before drug treatment since in some cases, benefits can be reduced or denied if you don’t get required referrals. If you got emergency treatment without time for a required referral, call your insurer as soon as possible and explain, and then follow their instructions.
3. Is my diagnosis covered? Your health insurer will consider whether they believe your condition is “medically necessary.” Some plans may not cover repeat care if you didn’t follow through with your last course of treatment. Other times, they may cover your care, but not to the extent you would like. For instance, they may say that for your diagnosis, only outpatient treatment is covered. In addition, your insurer will consider if there is any reason that your treatment would fall under a general exclusion of the plan. This would be the case if you have coverage through your employer, but your addiction is caused by active service in the military. Another exclusion may apply if your treatment was court-ordered.
4. What type of plan do I have? Some common plan types include:
Preferred provider organizations (PPO) – With a PPO plan, you can choose a covered provider (as long as they meet the plan’s definition of a covered provider). However, you get a greater benefit if you go to “in-network” providers, rather than “out-of-network” providers.
Managed care plan – With a managed care plan, you must go to an in-network provider to receive coverage.
Consumer-driven health plan – These plans are usually a PPO hybrid, and have very large deductibles (thousands of dollars). Usually, once the deductible is met, all covered services are paid at 100 percent.
5. Is there a difference in coverage between in-network and out-of-network care and if so, what is it? It’s common for plans to pay a higher benefit for in-network care. For example, a plan may pay, say, 100 percent of the covered cost for an in-network provider, but perhaps only 70 percent of the cost of an out-of-network provider. So it’s important to know what you’re getting into if you choose a non-network provider.
6. Is there a deductible? The deductible is the yearly amount you must pay before the plan will start paying benefits. In some instances, the deductible is waived, like for preventive care or sometimes for inpatient care. Under some plans, any amount applied toward your deductible in the last three months of the calendar year is carried over to help meet your deductible during the next year.
7. Will there be co-payments? Co-payments are like mini-deductibles. They apply to individual services, like office visits, prescription drugs, and others, and they usually do not apply to your deductible. It’s important to understand how much your co-payments are and what they apply to. If you will be having outpatient care, you may have to pay a co-payment for each treatment day, and co-payments are usually due on the date of service.
8. What is my out-of-pocket (coinsurance) limit? If you pay a percentage toward your medical services, like 30 percent after 70 percent coverage or the 20 percent after 80 percent coverage, those amounts you pay go toward your yearly out-of-pocket limit. Once that limit is met, your remaining covered health expenses for the year are paid at 100 percent. If your rehabilitation is covered, your insurer will pay the provider directly, but you will be billed for out-of-pocket expenses.
9. Are there any restrictions on where I can get help? Besides considering “in-network” providers, your plan will likely only cover certain drug rehab facilities. You’ll want to ensure you find out up front so that you can choose the most effective, and affordable drug rehab center.
10. How will my care be reviewed while I’m in treatment and how will any reviews impact my coverage and treatment? If you will be having inpatient or residential treatment, it’s important to know that your care will be monitored, likely by the insurer’s nurse case manager. As you make progress, your insurer will want to be certain that the level of your addiction treatment matches the severity of your condition. And they will decide this based on “concurrent” and other reviews.
Financial Assistance – Loans
We have partnered with Prosper Healthcare Lending, which provides loans for these type of programs. Should you need a loan, use the button the the left to start the application process, or click here:
Prosper Healthcare Lending is the premier financing company in the healthcare industry. With over $3 Billion borrowed and over 250,000 people empowered, this is a name and a program you can trust. Here are some of the benefits you’ll receive with a loan from Prosper Healthcare Lending:
- Immediate decisions without affecting your credit!
- Longer terms for lower monthly payments
- No collateral required
- No prepayment penalties
- Fast & easy loan inquiry process
- 100% Confidential
Other Loan Options:
CARE CREDIT (See https://www.carecredit.com)
MY TREATMENT LENDER (see http://mytreatmentlender.com)
New Adventure Treatment Center is part of Teen Challenge Adventure Ranch, a faith-based, non-profit boarding school for difficult or troubled boys. It offers its services to teenage boys and their families and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national origin.