Children's Recovery Center of Oklahoma
Alcohol and Drug Addiction Treatment
You will find various chemical abuse treatment systems around, however with evidence-based data revealing the procedure techniques using higher success fees, Childrens Recovery Center of Oklahoma has taken those strategies and integrated them into their treatment programs. The select treatment approaches are:
- Individual psychotherapy
- Couples/family therapy
- Group therapy
- Cognitive/behavioral therapy
- Dialectical behavioral therapy
- Integrated dual disorders treatment
- Trauma therapy
- Activity therapy
- Psychotropic medication
Patients continue to show progress and terrific successes using the personalized treatment services provided in settings which have Residential.
Addiction Treatment Programs
Knowing that you are getting the best in medical care and drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs in Norman, Oklahoma is important and Childrens Recovery Center of Oklahoma has been try to make every patient a success story by specializing in the special programs and classes provided which include:
It all applies the core services of addiction treatment. Listed below are the core services:
- Persons with co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders
- Children with serious emotional disturbance (SED)
- Case management
- Diet and exercise counseling
- Education services
- Family psychoeducation
- Non-nicotine smoking/tobacco cessation medications
- Psychosocial rehabilitation services
- Screening for tobacco use
Childrens Recovery Center of Oklahoma is a comprehensive drug and alcohol rehab in Oklahoma that basically specializes in patient progress and success. Supplying personalized addiction treatment to Male and female and specializing within specific age classes which have Children/adolescents. The smoking policy is smoking not allowed
Alcohol and Drug Treatment Services
Financing a successful treatment program is currently available and comprises: Money or self-payment, Medicaid, Medicare, State funded health insurance plan other than Medicaid, Private health insurance coverage, State mental health agency (or equivalent) funds, State education funding as well as other State funding.
Furthermore, payment assistance programs will also be available which are: Payment assistance (check together for details).
Finding the right fit in chemical abuse treatment center demands some hope and research. Take it upon yourself to speak with an addiction expert from the centre and They'll Be happy to work with you in your quest
We highly encourage to reach out straight for this facility together with all your questions and concerns in order that they might address your questions appropriately.
The following information is provided by Karie Dove regarding her attempts to seek mental health treatment for her daughter through insurance company Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma. The information is in Dove’s own words, with edits for style and clarity. Blue Cross declined comment on Dove’s statements, citing patient privacy laws. Read the Oklahoma Watch story about the Dove family and mental-health treatment issues.
These were all the inpatient claims filed prior to the Affordable Care Act insurance policy. In (the daughter’s) insurance benefit booklet for this plan it clearly states: “Benefits for the treatment of any of the following Severe Mental Illnesses shall be equal to the benefits provided under this certificate for treatment of all other physical diseases and disorders: Schizophrenia; Bipolar Disorder (manic-depressive illness); Major Depressive Disorder; Panic Disorder; Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder; and Schizoaffective Disorder.”
Psychiatric care services: Covered services for treatment of severe mental illness – in-network 80/20 percent coverage, out-of-network 60/40 percent coverage.
April 2012, Red Rock Crisis Center: Total inpatient days: 7. Was released per doctor orders; state paid completely.
Sept. 17 – Sept. 28, 2012, Cedar Ridge Mental Hospital (Oklahoma City): Total inpatient days: 11. Was released against doctors’ and therapists’ advice because the insurance company refused to pay for any more inpatient days. Insurance did pay the bill completely.
March 13 – April 25, 2013, Children’s Recovery Center (Norman): Total inpatient 44 days. Was released per doctor’s orders, they requested her go to a long-term residential treatment facility. Insurance processed this claim and only paid 19 days.
April 29 – June 8, 2013, Four Winds Ranch (Guthrie): Total inpatient days: 41. Was released against medical advice because insurance would not pay and we could not afford any more ($8833.00 per month). We did self-pay because Four Winds said we would be able to get a self-pay discount and our insurance stated we did not have any inpatient benefits available. Four Winds said they would give us printouts of everything needed so we could file with our insurance. I did file with our insurance and they denied all of it.
July 1 – July 25, 2013, Children’s Recovery Center (Norman): Total inpatient days: 25. Was released per doctor’s orders. CRC filed precertification paperwork with insurance company. They pre-approved 24 total days. Once the claim was filed, the insurance denied entire claim.
Nov. 6 – Dec. 19, 2013, Children’s Recovery Center (Norman): Total inpatient days: 45. Was released because she was turning 18 and they could no longer treat her since it was an adolescent facility. Insurance denied the entire claim.
Jan. 1, 2014: (Note: Affordable Care Act regulations on essential benefits, which include mental health care, goes into effect for small group and individual plans. Federal mental health parity requirements cover these benefits. Dove’s daughter was on an ACA Gold PPO plan with a $1,000 deductible and $3,000 out of pocket maximum.)
April 2 – April 11, 2014, The Referral Center (Oklahoma City): Total inpatient 10 days. Was released per doctor’s orders. TRC informed us since we had insurance on (her) (even though she was homeless/indigent) they would not give her a state bed. We were also told they could not take any insurance except Health Choice (the state employee insurance plan) per state rules. She was not allowed to be admitted unless we paid the $4,000 fee for her stay. They would be happy to give us a print-out for us to file with our insurance. I filed this with insurance and they covered $97.11, which went to our deductible, denied the rest.
June 11 – July 29, 2014, New Hope Rehab Center (Sayre): Total inpatient days: 49. Was released per doctor’s orders. New Hope filed pre-certification and was approved (for) 21 days; they refused to approve any more. We appealed for more days and were denied. Once the claim was filed, the insurance denied the entire claim. We appealed this and also went to the Oklahoma Insurance Department and filed a complaint. They (insurer) finally paid it up until the date they refused to pay for any more days (the 21 pre-approved days), stating she was ready for a lower level of care. (Note: During the time period the facility was appealing the insurance company’s decision not to provide any more pre-approved days, the state was covering the cost of her stay, Dove said).
Aug. 6 – Aug. 16, 2014, Norman Regional Behavioral Center: Total inpatient days: 11. Was pre-certified for at least seven days. They (insurance) did pay this.
(After Dove stopped paying for her daughter’s insurance, the state begain picking up the tab, including for visits to a crisis center at Griffin Memorial Hospital in Norman.)
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CHILDREN'S RECOVERY CENTER Employee Reviews
A true learning experience.
Senior Consumer Recovery Specialist (Former Employee) - Norman, OK - December 8, 2020
A unique and noteworthy job with the occasional challenging day. Mental health can be full of ups and downs, so working here definitely required a patience and understanding for this process The job itself was great! I was an SCRS and loved every minute of it. The adolescent clients were always so different, each one with their own story. If you take the time to really do your job, it can be a great learning experience for both you and the clients. Conducting psychotherapy groups was my favorite portion of the job. It was great to talk with the kids in safe and open environment. Honestly, there was so much about the job I liked but unfortunately it all can’t be perfect. CRC claims they value teamwork but sometimes it felt like the other dorm staff failed to live up to this standard. Even if you were on the dorm with other staff, you could see yourself doing most, if not, all the work. Often times if we had call ins, which happened a lot during my 2 years there, we could be forced to stay until someone covered the shift. If you have responsibilities, like being a grad student or parent, be prepared to get written up if you leave the building. Lastly, and the one thing that ruined the entire job for me, there was an incident with some racial stereotyping by a dorm staff. I couldn’t stay afterwards. Overall, I truly loved the job. I would have been there for years. The kids, although seeking treatment for mental health, can really be amazing people that surprise you.
flexible schedule, great benefits, understanding management
Short or no breaks, undertrained staff, quick burnt out
Norman, oklahoma crc
.3 Affordable Neighborhoods in Norman OK
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