Going to drug and alcohol addiction treatment can be intimidating and overwhelming. From start to finish, we’re here to help make that process more manageable – so you can focus on your recovery.
The best way to get a sense of what you can expect if you come to our Midway, Utah, residential treatment center is to give us a call. But in the meantime, check out these frequently asked questions.
Acqua Recovery is proud to be a premier in-network provider for several insurance carriers, all listed on our homepage. We also accept Aetna as out-of-network.
You can verify your insurance here, or give us a call.
We help provide alternative support and resources to fit your circumstances. We take part in a treatment loan program specifically designed to help people who cannot afford to pay. Call us to find out your options.
Yes, through one of our many trusted local medical detox partners.
Yes, we are licensed to treat dual-diagnosis at our treatment center.
Acqua Recovery offers 12-Step fellowships as one of the many paths to addiction recovery, including SMART Recovery and other options.
Photo ID – driver’s license, passport or photo ID.
All medications you are currently taking in the labeled bottle from the pharmacy (no samples).
All insurance cards – including medical, prescription, and dental cards. The cost of medications is not included in the program.
Debit/credit card and/or cash ($20-30).
Personal Care Items – toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, deodorant.
Comfortable “athletic” shoes for gym and/or recreational footwear for hiking.
One week’s worth of comfortable clothing. For example: jacket, exercise clothing, 7 shirts, 7 underwear, 7 pairs of socks, 3 pairs jeans/pants, 1 pair pajamas, 1 sweatshirt, 1 raincoat, 1 pair slippers/flip-flops. Be prepared for any and all types of weather!
Seasonal – warm coat or jacket, hat, gloves, shorts (knee length), boots.
Tobacco users – bring a month’s supply (sealed/unopened).
One or two photos of loved ones.
Favorite pillow and blanket.
Unauthorized or over-the-counter meds.
Vitamins or herbal/dietary supplements.
Cosmetics containing alcohol of any kind.
Clothing with inappropriate language.
Clothing with substance related wording.
Weapons of any kind.