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Individuals with private insurance should contact their insurance company and ask what behavioral health benefits are available to them.
The Montgomery County Office of Drug & Alcohol is contracted with treatment providers for many levels of care. All facilities are state-licensed treatment facilities. This treatment is offered on a continuum of care model:
Inpatient Levels of Care
Level of Care
Length of Stay
24-hour detoxification services to individuals struggling with substance use who has risk for withdrawal symptoms (seizures, DTs, nausea, vomiting, chills, etc)
24-hour residential treatment services to individuals struggling with substance use. This level of care combines individual, group and family/couples therapy (if appropriate) and supports an individual to “rehab” an individual to support returning to regular everyday living. Longer-term rehabilitation focuses more of habilitation and life skills training.
Varies depending on the severity of the substance use but can range from 14-30 days (short term) or up to 90 days (long term)
Halfway House or Outpatient treatment program
Facility is located in the community and staffed 24/7. Programs focus on developing self-sufficiently through counseling, employment and other services.
Up to 6 months
Outpatient (non-residential) treatment
Outpatient Levels of Care
Treatment is provided on a non-residential basis and consists of psycho-education, group therapy, individual therapy and family/couples therapy (when appropriate).
Level of Care
Approximate # Hours Weekly at Treatment
Partial Hospital Program
Medication Assisted Treatment
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) can be offered at any level of care. The three main types of MAT include: