Addiction affects more than those who suffer.
We understand that drug and alcohol abuse affects whole families and relationships. Our approach to treatment considers this wider impact of addiction to help friends and family recover alongside their loved ones through supportive programs, guided by experienced clinicians. We also help you healthy, sustainable strategies for supporting friends and family members toward a new life in recovery.
The first step toward helping loved ones who struggle with addiction is understanding the problem. Oftentimes, substance abuse is accompanied by what medical professionals call a dual diagnoses or co-occurring disorder, such as anxiety, depression or PTSD, which exists separately from drug abuse. Underlying conditions like these can amplify substance abuse issues and make recovery more difficult, even after detox. If your loved one has been through the rehabilitation process before without success, a dual diagnosis may be part of the problem. When you call us, we’ll help you learn what behaviors to watch for and how you can help guide the person you care about to the right treatment program.
Learn Your Financing Options
At Sprout Health Group, we will always have your best interest at heart and work hard to make the treatment you need affordable and accessible. We understand that addiction isn't something you plan for, and rehab isn't an expense you prepare for. That's why we work with a range of insurance providers and plans.
During intake, we’ll perform a complimentary check of your insurance plan and advise you of any co-pays or other out-of-pocket expenses you may face. If you do not have insurance, we can help you explore other options, including loan sources, federally funded programs, charity organizations, or financial aid.
Although insurance and financing can feel overwhelming at first, taking the time you need now to focus of rebuilding a healthy, productive life will mean years of steady income, without the expense of addiction-related medical care and drugs themselves. When comparing costs, long-term addiction is more expensive than investing today in your lifelong recovery.
Call us today to explore your options, and let us help you find a plan that works for you.
Select Your Treatment Center
We cover both coasts with two full-service treatment centers:
Advanced Health and Education – Eatontown, New Jersey
Cedar Point Recovery – Sacramento, California
Both centers offer the same supportive care and comprehensive approach to treatment that defines our mission at Sprout. This includes a full assessment and personalized treatment with a team of experienced clinical and medical professionals who specialize in medical detoxification and the full recovery process to achieve lifelong sobriety.
The right treatment center for you will depend on a few factors, including your specific treatment needs, insurance, ability to travel, and start date. To ensure personalized care and attention to every client, we limit the number of available clients in a given session. Our intake coordinators can explain the differences between centers on your call.
After your initial call, we welcome you to arrange a facility tour so you can see our amenities and get a sense of the atmosphere. When you’re ready, we’ll help you choose a start date.
A great program! Have nothing but positive things to say about my experience. I recommend it to anyone who wants to help themselves or a loved one.Becky F.
Sprout was a wonderful and fulfilling experience, I found receiving recovery treatment to be thorough and extremely helpful towards a future in sobriety.Daniel M.
Sprout has had a profound effect upon my life. I have a great deal of gratitude for all you have done for me.Mindy S.
I consider myself incredibly lucky to have had an experience like I had at Sprout Health Group.Kevin H.
Helping your loved ones find the courage to change their lives is not easy, but the support of friends and family is often essential. Our intake coordinators are available 24/7 to provide the support, resources and advice you need to inspire a decision that leads to lifelong recovery.