FAQs

We are contracted with medicaid payers.

Non-insured clients can utilize our self-pay service at affordable rates.

We work with all major insurance payers.

21.5 million Americans suffered from a substance abuse disorder in 2014

No, all information disclosed is confidential.

Yes, Suboxone is one tool that we utilize in substance abuse treatment in accompaniment with group and individual therapy.

That question is a powerful issue to examine when beginning addiction counseling. A willingness to participate is all that is required. If you are willing to explore yourself, your relationships, your attitude, and your approach, you are on your way to a sustained recovery.

No, you must be 18 years or older to receive treatment.

No, Triad Behavioral Resources only provides outpatient addiction treatment for substance abuse.

Outpatient substance abuse treatment is a combination of medical, educational, and behavioral therapy; individual, group, and family sessions, for a specified length of time based on the individual’s needs to treat substance abuse.

No, similar to methadone, we provide substance replacement medication; however, this is done through the use of Suboxone or Zubsolv, in addition to being seen weekly rather than daily.

Yes, we do offer Subutex in qualifying circumstances.