How will my mental health issues be addressed?

Elite Recovery is a co-occurring program, meaning substance use and mental health issues are treated simultaneously. We will work cooperatively with your therapist or psychiatrist. If you do not have a therapist or psychiatrist, we can assist you in securing one or both. Clients are evaluated for mental health issues on intake and strategies to manage mental health are incorporated into the individualized treatment plan that the counselor and client will formulate together.

How will I pay for treatment?

Elite Recovery works with most insurance companies and also offers financing options for any treatment costs not covered by insurance. Elite Recovery accepts Rule 25 funding, as well as Medicaid working with several insurance companies. Any insurance or funding questions can be directed to our Clinical Director at 612-719-4137. If you are new to Saint Paul or Minneapolis area and your insurance is from an out of state provider, please do not hesitate to contact us.

What insurances do you accept?

Elite Recovery is able to work with most insurance providers including:

BCBS, United Health Care, Medica, UCARE, Blue Plus, Preferred One, Cigna, CCDTF (county funding). Please contact 612-719-4137 if you have questions regarding your insurance.

How long is the program?

The length of of the program is dependent on the progress of the client. Clients gradually step down in sessions and intensity per week, as they progress in their recovery.

How can I be sure that my personal information is confidential?

Elite Recovery is compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). HIPAA is a federal program that requires that all medical records and other individually identifiable health information used or disclosed by us in any form, whether electronically, on paper, or orally, are kept properly confidential. The confidentiality of alcohol and drug abuse client records maintained by this program are protected by Federal law and regulations. Generally, the program may not confirm or deny to anyone outside the program that a client attends the program, or disclose any information identifying a client as an alcohol or drug abuser unless the client consents in writing, the disclosure is allowed by a court order or the disclosure is made to medical personnel in a medical emergency or to qualified personnel for research, audit, or program evaluation.