FAQs

Why have a treatment facility just for women?

Women face unique challenges. They tend to progress more quickly from using an addictive substance to dependence, a phenomenon known as “telescoping.” Women also develop medical or social consequences from addiction faster than men. They often find it harder to quit using addictive substances. And women are more susceptible than men to relapse. These gender differences can affect treatment. There are also fewer affordable options designed specifically for women.

Why does Resolve Recovery focus on both addiction and mental health?

We know from both research and experience that those with substance use problems frequently have co-occurring emotional issues, such as post-traumatic stress disorder, that can stem from childhood trauma such as physical or sexual abuse.

Substance use and mental health disorders work together to create more complex health problems later in life. These can include breathing difficulties, hepatitis, heart, stomach and intestinal disorders, anemia, obesity, dental and traumatic injury, and more frequent hospital stays.

Treating addiction alone without the mental health component is only treating half of the problem. We support our clients by treating addiction and co-occurring mental illness, helping them to live healthier, happier and longer lives.

Do I have to participate in both detox and residential?

Detoxification is only the first step in the recovery process, and we do recommend continued treatment to support a woman’s recovery. If Resolve Recovery’s residential program is not the right fit, we can help connect you to another residential or outpatient program.

How do I know if I should stay for 30, 60 or 90 days?

Our treatment plans are individualized to meet each woman's needs. Please feel free to call us and we can discuss the timeframe that would work best for you.

How do I pay for treatment?

The cost of treatment depends on the level of care you receive and how long you stay with us. We accept most insurance or provide payment options. Our staff can help verify your insurance benefits and discuss specific payment options that are available to you.

Do you provide intervention?

Resolve Recovery does not provide direct intervention services. However, we work with many intervention professionals to whom we can refer you. We work closely with their clients to create an easy transition into treatment.

I just got a DUI. Can you help me get treatment before I go to court?

Yes, we can. Please give us a call at 888.705.9930 to discuss your options.

How can I help my loved one?

Seeing a friend or family member struggle with addiction is never easy, and you desperately want to help them. It can be a hard discussion, and they can be resistant to help. Please feel free to call us. We’ll be happy to provide you with some resources. You can also find helpful tips from the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

How do I decide what treatment is right for me (or my loved one)?

Figuring out the best treatment option can be a hard decision. A number of questions need to be discussed such as the level of care you may need, the type of environment you are looking for, and how you will pay for treatment. Our staff can walk you through these questions and more. Please feel free to call or email us with your questions.

What are the living arrangements like?

Resolve Recovery is in a newly renovated, homelike environment. There are comfortable common spaces, a full kitchen, shared bedrooms and a peaceful backyard area. Please feel free to contact us to schedule a tour.

Do you accommodate special dietary needs?

Yes, we have a chef on staff who can work with you to address any dietary needs or concerns.

Is Resolve Recovery accredited?

Yes. Resolve Recovery is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).

Is Resolve Recovery a profit-making organization?

No. Resolve Recovery is part of Prototypes, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization.