There is no easy answer for this one since each person's situation and body chemistry is different. Your doctor here will evaluate your starting point and then create an individualized treatment plan for you. For some people, it could be a few months, others could be a year or longer. Many patients chose to continue there treatment with Vivitrol. You and your doctor will work to find a safe and manageable timeframe.
Yes. Therapy is a required piece of our treatment philosophy. We are able to provide you with a number of referrals based on your location and insurance. Magnolia requires monthly documentation from your counselor.
Relapse should not be looked at as a sign of failure, but looked at as a sign that treatment should be restarted, adjusted, or an alternative treatment found until you are stable again. Your individual situation and emotional state will be evaluated to determine if continuing treatment with Magnolia Networks is appropriate. We reserve to right to increase therapy and require participation in group counseling sessions.
No, benzodiazepine use is not permitted. Please talk to you prescribing doctor about safely tapering off. If benzodiazepines are present and ongoing in your system, a discharge may occur.
No, recreational marijuana use is discouraged. If it is ongoing in your system, an increase in therapy may occur.
Magnolia Networks is covered by most major insurance plans. Bring your insurance cards with you for your first visit and we will bill your insurance company. Every insurance plan's coverage for substance abuse treatment can vary, so be sure to call them to see what your benefits are.
No, we do not accept self pay patients. We only accept insured patients, and we accept most major insurance plans.