Frequently Asked Questions
Axion Detox Programs accepts most PPO health insurance and private pay.
Five to 7 days depending on medical necessity.
Yes. Axion Detox provides 24/7 supervision and clients’ vitals are taken every 4 hours during evening and night shifts.
Axion Detox has an excellent clinical staff made up of our medical director/psychiatrist, licensed therapist, recovery counselor/case manager, and detox technicians, offering you the best staff-to-client ratio. You will meet with at least one of these professionals each day while in treatment. Additionally, you will be cared for around the clock by our caring staff who have been where you stand now and can help you with every step of your journey toward recovery.
You will be working closely with your Treatment Team to create the best plan for you.
All calls will go through the Case Manager, during the detox phase.
Federal and State HIPAA laws protect an individual’s privacy. Before the counselor can talk to anyone (including you) about an individual’s treatment, the program must first have his or her permission, in writing. Even if the counselor knows that you know your loved one is there, she still cannot confirm the presence of any individual in the program until your loved one signs a release of information or disclosure authorization form. You may want to talk to your loved one and be sure he or she understands that you would like to be involved in their addiction treatment program.
- Your driver’s license, passport or photo ID.
- Insurance card.
- Credit card information to be on file for any incidental charges. Medication will be billed by a local pharmacy and they will need a credit card on file in order to fill any prescriptions. You will also be responsible for any co-pays or visits to the doctor.
- Current prescribed medications (no samples). They must be in the original pharmacy bottle which shows prescription information. Liquid medications must be new and sealed. While in treatment, authorized medications will be distributed from our local Pharmacy at an additional cost.
- The names, addresses, and phone numbers of health care professionals, family members, or sober support.
- Casual comfortable clothing that can be layered.
- Hats and sunglasses.
- Shoes for everyday use and for exercise.
- Workout attire, including gym attire and an appropriate swimsuit or trunks.
- Shoes, shirts and appropriate undergarments are required at all times. Dress codes are to be followed while in treatment.
- Personal toiletries, including shampoo, conditioner, toothbrush/paste, mouthwash, body lotion, and sunscreen. All toiletries must be alcohol free.
- Electronics: An alarm clock (without radio), Headphones, I-pods and MP3 players (no speakers). Certain phases may not allow use of cell phones or laptops, but these items may be brought and stored until use is permitted by staff.
- We recommend you bring a limited amount of clothing….7-10 days’ worth.
Treatment is about getting better and focusing on recovery. The following items will not be allowed.
- Games, card decks, and sporting equipment: Don’t worry, the facility will provide games and equipment for designated downtime.
- Drugs, Alcohol, or paraphernalia.
- Any products containing alcohol
- Pre-workouts or Protein Powders
- Weapons or sharp objects
- Electronics: TVs, video games, DVDs, etc.
- Pornographic material
- Food and drinks
- Energy Drinks
- Sample Medications
- Anything of value (ex. Expensive jewelry, important documents, etc.)
- Inappropriate Clothing
- Recording devices