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Referrals and Admission

Whether you are looking for yourself, a loved one, or a client, we are here to answer your questions and determine if one of the Transformation House programs is the right option for you. 

Day or night, weekend or holiday, whenever you’re ready to get in touch, we’re here to help you maintain 100% confidentiality and free of charge. When you call, you’ll be connected with a compassionate intake coordinator. If you prefer, you can submit our online form, we will contact you back within 24 hours.

Admission specialists work closely with you, your loved ones, and professionals throughout the pre-admissions process to determine the appropriate level of care and make personalized recommendations. Our multidisciplinary teams also determine whether Transformation House can meet your needs.

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Treatment Costs

The cost of treatment varies depending on the level of care needed and the extent of your insurance coverage. The good news is we can help you verify your insurance, as well as assist you and your family in determining the best way to cover the cost of treatment.  

We are in-network with most major insurance companies and accept Medical Assistance (i.e. MA/MCO/BHF) and private pay. If you have any questions about paying for treatment, please contact our admission office. 

The cost of treatment varies depending on the level of the care needed and the extent of your insurance coverage. The good news is we can help you verify your insurance, as well as assist you and your family in determining the best way to cover the cost of treatment.  

We are in-network with most major insurance companies, accept Medical Assistance (i.e. MA/MCO/BHF) and private pay. If you have any questions about paying for treatment, please contact our admission office. 

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ASAM Levels of Care
ASAM Levels of Care

There is no “one size fits all” approach to healthcare — addiction treatment is no exception.

Transformation House provides full continuum of care services

Transformation House provides full continuum of care services for co-occurring substance use disorders and mental health problems. We are working to fit the needs of the clients to assure measurable clinical outcomes and long-term success.  

We offer:

There is no “one size fits all” approach to healthcare — addiction treatment is no exception.

Transformation House provides full continuum of care services for co-occurring substance use disorders and mental health problems. We are working to fit the needs of the clients to assure measurable clinical outcomes and long-term success.  

Levels of Care and Services We Provide:
Residential
Outpatient
Mental Health
Other Services
ASAM Levels of Care
ASAM Levels of Care

How Does the Continuum of Care Work?

While every treatment center has its approach, ASAM’s continuum of care is intended to standardize addiction treatment. When evaluating substance use treatment centers, you’ll come across all of these levels of care. 

In theory, here is how the continuum of care works. Someone with an opioid use disorder needs medically managed detox. This is the highest level of care. After completing detox, they may transition to a step-down level of care, such as inpatient treatment. After completing inpatient treatment, the client may continue with treatment in an outpatient setting. If the client relapses or requires further treatment, they may transition to a step-up level of care. In this case, they may return to inpatient treatment.

Throughout this process, Transformation House’s providers may recommend a level of care that is within our system. They may also refer clients to another center. This depends on the treatment provider and its capabilities.

How Do Providers Determine the Level of Care?

In addiction treatment, the level of care is typically determined during the assessment process. This is when clinicians gather information in order to understand your substance use disorder(s) and make an informed decision about treatment. Questions asked in the assessment process may include

Have you participated in any kind of treatment program before?
How often are you using and how much?
Do you have a mental health diagnosis or history of mental health?
Do you have any medical issues or take medications?

The questions above are only meant to serve as a reference. The initial assessment is comprehensive, and there are many factors that influence treatment recommendations. While the services and settings will vary among treatment centers, we encourage you to use this to gain a better understanding of levels of care. This does not replace an assessment, but it may help you realize what level of care you need.

What are the Levels of Care?

The levels of care in addiction treatment are early intervention, outpatient, intensive outpatient/partial hospitalization, residential/inpatient, and medically managed intensive inpatient. The lowest level of care would be early intervention, while the highest level of care is medically managed inpatient. Some clients may participate in all levels of care, while others may only participate in one. Continuum of care is flexible and intended to match the treatment level with the needs of the patient.

Early Intervention and Recovery Management

We know that early intervention can help prevent substance use disorders. Early intervention services focus on education and resources for those who may be at risk for a substance use disorder but do not meet the diagnostic criteria. They may be misusing substances. Intervention may occur through informal counseling or structured therapy.

Level 1: Outpatient

The outpatient level of care takes place in a non-residential setting, so clients can live at home while participating in treatment. According to ASAM criteria, outpatient treatment is less than 9 hours per week for adults and less than 6 hours per week for adolescents. This level of care may be for someone with less severe symptoms of a substance use disorder. It may also be a lower level of care for someone who has completed inpatient treatment.

Level 2: Partial Hospitalization / Intensive Outpatient

Partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient (IOP) are Level 2 services. PHPs are 20 or more hours per week and are designed for complex substance use disorders or co-occurring disorders that do not require 24-hour care. These may also be referred to as “day programs” as they are usually up to 6 hours per day. Partial hospitalization is not residential treatment. Similar to IOP and other levels of care, PHP can be a step up or step down depending on clients’ treatment needs. Like PHP, intensive outpatient programs (IOP) occur in non-residential settings. However, IOP consists of fewer treatment hours per week than PHP. IOP may be ideal for clients who have complex symptoms or co-occurring disorders but don’t need residential treatment. Alternatively, IOP can be a step-down level of care for clients who have completed residential rehab.

Level 3: Residential / Inpatient

Services and settings can range in intensity for residential and inpatient programs. As the name suggests, clients live on-site, meaning they have 24-hour supervision or care. Program length can vary and is dependent on individuals’ needs, but it is usually between 30 to 90 days. Typically, days are scheduled with activities, therapy, and medical care, leaving minimal free time. Inpatient care is often for clients who have completed medical detox and no longer require medical stabilization. In addition, clients may need inpatient treatment if their symptoms aren’t managed or if they have tried rehabilitation before unsuccessfully.

Level 3.7: Withdrawal Management / Detoxification

Detox programs are often the first stage of recovery for our clients. Many of our locations offer detox and inpatient treatment, making it easy for clients to transition to another level of care when they are ready. There is no “one size fits all” approach for addiction treatment. There is no standard timeline for recovery. For these reasons, it’s important that people with substance use disorders have access to the level of care that meets their needs. Most clients with drug or alcohol addiction need care on a continual basis. Continuum of care provides flexibility and guides clients through their recovery journey. Transformation House’s continuum of care eases the treatment process by allowing individuals to remain in our system as they progress through treatment.

Level 4: Medically-Managed Intensive Inpatient

Medically managed intensive inpatient is for people with severe substance use disorders who require medical stabilization. In most cases, clients are experiencing withdrawal symptoms due to dependency. They receive 24-hour medical care, medications, and counseling at this level of care in a hospital setting.

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