How to Utilize Frontpath Insurance for Addiction Treatment

How to utilize Frontpath Insurance for addiction treatment?

As hard as suffering from addiction can be, making the decision to get sober is not an easy one to make. Perhaps you have found yourself at that jumping-off point. You no longer wish to use drugs or drink alcohol, but you can’t figure out how to stop. You’ve heard about rehab before, but have no idea how to go about finding the right one for you. This is the moment to ask for help. You don’t have to know how to get sober as long as you know you want to get sober. Recognizing that you have a problem is an essential part of your recovery journey. It might feel overwhelming as you start to investigate the options that are available to you. You’ll be exploring the types of treatment available, the costs of treatment, and if your Frontpath Insurance will cover your treatment. Many plans will cover some portion of your treatment.  At Laguna View Detox, we know how stressful it can be when you’re trying to find a way to get sober, and we’re here to partner with you as you explore the options. 

Does Insurance Cover Addiction Treatment?

Finding your way to recovery at Laguna View Detox is a decision that will help you build a solid foundation for your sobriety. We will help you investigate the benefits of your Frontpath Insurance plan as we craft your treatment plan. How much will be covered will be determined by your particular program. Using your benefits will allow you to engage with a wide variety of services, including individual and group therapy, skills groups, and more. Knowing that you have lost your connection with yourself, we will help you reconnect with your body and spirit. 

 

Addiction is a disease of mind, body, and spirit. Rehab allows you to address all three. Our programs will reintroduce the importance of nutrition and movement to your life. We’ll also help you learn how to use tools such as meditation and mindfulness so that you can build a repertoire of coping mechanisms. We understand that you have been relying on drugs and alcohol to survive. For that reason, you’ll participate in therapy to identify the thinking patterns and beliefs that may have led you to your addiction and help you craft new ways for the future. 

How to Use Frontpath Insurance to Pay For Rehab

Having insurance and knowing how to use it are two different things. Our staff can help you understand what benefits are available to you under your Frontpath Insurance plan and help you maximize them as you create your treatment plan. If you need a pre authorization for treatment, we will help you to navigate this. Not understanding your benefits should never be why you are unable to get help with your addiction. And, we can help you locate resources such as peer support recovery groups while we are working with you on your benefits. The most important thing you can do is communicate with your treatment facility and with your insurance plan representatives. An open line of communication will ease the process of using your benefits. 

 

How Laguna View Detox Can Help

At Laguna View Detox, you will get round-the-clock care for your drug and alcohol problem.  We are one of the leading private drug rehab centers in Orange County. We provide luxurious, inpatient rehab treatment in one of the most beautiful areas in California. Our staff includes some of the best in the industry, and we’ll create a holistic treatment plan tailored to you. We will care for you from the initial stages of detox through inpatient treatment and aftercare.  Contact us today and let us help you break free from alcohol!  

 

How to Quit Smoking Pills

How to quit smoking pills

A sad fact of addiction is that when someone is addicted to using drugs, they will continue experimenting with how they ingest the drugs. This experimentation, often dangerous, continues in an attempt to get the best high or the fastest high. Individuals who use cocaine will often move from snorting it to smoking it or injecting it. Similarly, someone who began by ingesting prescription pain medications may begin to snort or smoke the pills. Others, typically those in college or younger, will stumble across smoking opioid pain medications and then find themselves addicted. 

 

As an outsider looking in, you may be trying to determine if your loved one struggles with addiction. You may not know the signs, and you may not know that one drug can be taken in so many different ways. At Laguna View Detox, we know all about the different ways drugs can be taken and the devastating effects created by their use. We are here to help you and your loved one navigate their road away from addiction. 

 

What Does It Mean to “Smoke Pills”?

While many people simply swallow prescription opioids, others crush them into a powder to either inject, snort, or smoke. By injecting, snorting, or smoking the powder, the individual gets a more potent high. However, smoking pills is also more dangerous and can cause respiratory issues. When we swallow a tablet, the drug has to pass through our gastrointestinal system and liver, which means it takes longer to feel the high. When someone smokes pills, the drugs enter through the lungs and result in a faster high. Smoking prescription drugs leads to a higher dependence and, as a result, more drug-seeking behaviors. Someone who is smoking prescription pain pills may be more likely to begin seeking illicit drugs such as heroin as their addiction progresses. 

 

Signs My Loved One Is Smoking Pills 

There are some common signs and symptoms of opioid use, regardless of how they are ingested.  Those who use opioids will have pinpoint pupils, lowered blood pressure, decreased heart rate, and lowered body temperature. Other symptoms include exhibiting a euphoric feeling and appearing to be moving more slowly. 

Those who are smoking pills will likely have paraphernalia for smoking the pills, such as spoons for crushing the pills, lighters, and papers to roll the powder. Sometimes you may see signs of withdrawal when your loved one is between bouts of using. Opioid withdrawal looks almost exactly the opposite of opioid intoxication. You might note that they cannot sleep, are sweating, have teary eyes, complain of pain, are nauseous, and have diarrhea. If you suspect that someone you love is abusing opioids, it’s critical to know the signs of an overdose. Opioids slow down the body, so if you notice that your loved one’s breathing has slowed down to less than ten breaths per minute and they are unable to remain awake, contact emergency services for help. 

 

How Laguna View Detox Can Help You With Addiction

At Laguna View Detox, you will get round-the-clock professional care for your opioid addiction. We understand how quickly opioid addiction can happen, and we’re here to support you as you break free. As one of the leading private drug rehab centers in Orange County, we provide luxurious, inpatient rehab treatment. With some of the industry’s best staff, we will design a holistic treatment plan catered to you. We are committed to assisting you in getting onto the road to clean and sober. We’ll guide you from detox to inpatient treatment to aftercare in one of the most beautiful areas in California. Contact us today, and let us help you get free of your addiction!