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At Rolling Hills Recovery Center, we create customized treatment plans tailored to each individual's needs. We are dedicated to the life-changing experience our clients encounter in our care. Please fill out the form below to begin the admissions process. Once this form is received, one of our patient navigators will call and start the following steps. Your privacy and confidentiality are of utmost importance. All forms are encrypted and HIPPA compliant.
1. Tell Us Your Situation
We want to hear your story and what's happening in your life. Our understanding, compassionate and experienced admissions coordinators were once where you may be now. If you want to speak with an admissions coordinator over the phone, we are standing by (855) 559-8550.
2. Insurance Verification
Our admissions coordinator will conduct a free and 100% confidential insurance verification. You can easily find out what you may be covered for with addiction treatment. Rolling Hills Recovery Center works with a multitude of insurance providers. If you are uninsured, we also have flexible payment options to explore.
3. Pre-Screen Assessment
At this stage, we will cover medical history, usage, and any underlying co-occurring disorders that may be prevalent. Each person's situation is unique; our treatment plans are created per each individual's specific needs. If you want to speak with an admissions coordinator over the phone, we are standing by (855) 559-8550.
4. Welcome to RHRC
We will arrange a time for you or your loved one to arrive and begin treatment. You will be introduced to the Rolling Hills Recovery Center staff and welcomed with open arms.
What To Know About Your Insurance
Our Admissions Experts Will Help You Navigate This Difficult Information.
Typically, co-insurance percentage range from 20% to 40%, and the insurance company clears the rest.
The amount you pay out-of-pocket for treatment before the health plan starts helping with payments.
Co-pay is a fixed amount you must clear (usually when you receive treatment) for covered treatment services.