How long is the typical stay?

Detox can range from 3 to 7 days.  There is then the option of a residential treatment program, partial hospitalization program (PHP), or intensive outpatient program (IOP).

Will I have my own room?

Rooms are semi-private (two to a room)

What do I do about my job while in treatment?

Our case managers can help you fill our FMLA paperwork

What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept most forms of private insurance as well as cash pay options.

What should I pack?

For the detox level of treatment, you will need clothing for 5 days.  Bring warm clothing in the winter if you plan on smoking or going out into the exercise recreation area.  All clothing must be loose fitting and appropriate for a recovery setting.  No spaghetti strap, low cut tops, short shorts, or yoga pants. Comfortable clothing such as sweatpants and sweatshirts are what most people prefer during this time.  Please do not bring valuables such as expensive watches or jewelry. If you plan to stay for residential or PHP care, please refer to the page, What to bring to treatment

Should I bring my medication(s) to treatment?

Yes. Bring all your current medication in their original prescription containers.

Am I allowed to be in touch with family members and loved ones after arrival at DayBreak Detox during my stay?

Once you arrive, you will be allowed to make a “safety call and let your loved ones know that you have arrived safely. Other phone calls can be arranged after an initial “black out” period.

How do I get from the airport to your rehab center?

 We will make arrangements to have you picked up and brought directly to the center.

What airports are closest to your facility?

Our closest airport is Philadelphia International Airport.

How quickly can I get into your treatment programs?

Once you speak with an intake counselor and are approved for treatment you can be admitted immediately.

How do I get admitted into your treatment programs?

Call our admission line at 844-447-3239 and speak with one of our intake counselors.  They will be able to assist you with the process.

How long does treatment typically last?

Everybody’s treatment plan is different depending on their specific needs and what their individual insurance plan will accommodate. Typically, PHP is 21-34 treatment days. IOP can range from 30-45 treatment days.

Can I smoke or vape in detox?

We do have an outdoor smoking area.

Do you offer medically assisted detox MAT? Will I be given medication to help with withdrawal and cravings?

In many cases, doctor-prescribed medications can aid in ensuring your drug or alcohol detox is as safe, comfortable and effective as possible.

What are my responsibilities during inpatient rehab? (Do I have to make my bed, do laundry, prepare my meals, etc.?)

While you are in our detox center, we prefer that you concentrate on recovery. We will take care of the daily chores such as laundry and housekeeping. All meals are catered and there is always an assortment of snacks available on demand.

How long is the typical stay in detox?

The detox process can be anywhere from 3-7 days

Is your facility licensed?

We are licensed through the State of Pennsylvania (DDAT) and accredited through the Joint Commission.

What types of programs do you offer?

We currently offer four levels of care including Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), Intensive Outpatient (IOP), and Outpatient (OP) levels of care.

Do you utilize 12 step programs?

We expose clients to several different outside 12 step fellowships including Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, Overeaters Anonymous, Debtors Anonymous and Refuge Recovery. We also host several in-house 12 step meetings weekly.

Do you have a doctor on staff?

We have both doctor and nurse practitioners on staff

Are cell phones allowed?

Cell phone are allowed at the Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Outpatient (OP) levels of care but not while enrolled in our Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP).

What is the client ratio per therapist?

Our therapist to client ratio averages about 6 to 1.

What types of therapy do you offer?

Our masters level therapists are all trauma sensitive and provide didactic therapy, trauma therapy, music therapy, holistic therapy, psycho-therapy, psycho-educational therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy, 12 step-based therapy, individual therapy, group and family therapies.

Is your program long term?

Levels of care and treatment duration are determined by each client’s needs and can be as short as 30 days and up to 150 days.

What is the first step to getting into your program?

The first step for admission is to speak with an intake specialist to determine the specific level of care. Please call.

Are there any out of pocket costs?

Clients are responsible for all unmet insurance deductibles and housing fees.

Do you have separate men’s and woman’s programs?

While our housing options are all gender specific, our clinical programs are co-ed. We do offer gender specific groups weekly.

Do you have a Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) program?

We do accept clients who are currently on a suboxone or sublocade maintenance program.

Do you accept Medicaid?

Unfortunately, we are not currently accepting Medicaid clients.

Do you provide housing?

We offer premium housing options for all levels of care. The houses are all gender specific group homes and are staffed according to level of care.

How much does treatment cost?

Typically, out of pocket costs are limited to your insurance plan deductible and/or co-insurance. If you are interested in paying out-of-pocket please call us for a quote.

What kind of insurance do you accept?

We accept most private health insurance plans. If your specific plan is not one that qualifies we can usually refer to you to an appropriate facility.

How long does treatment typically last?

Everybody’s treatment plan is different depending on their specific needs and what their individual insurance plan will accommodate. Typically, PHP is 21-34 treatment days. IOP can range from 30-45 treatment days.