Frequently Asked Addiction Questions

At Harmony Foundation, we understand that there are tons of unanswered addiction questions that anyone entering treatment will have. Below, we have prepared an addiction FAQ for you and your loved ones to help you all better understand the process of addiction treatment and what to expect when you arrive.

Harmony Foundation Addiction FAQ:

1. Q. What will my detox be like?
A. Harmony Foundation’s drug and alcohol rehab is one of only 8 facilities in the state of Colorado licensed for medical detoxification; whether the substance is alcohol, benzos, opiates, or all 3! Oral medications to ensure your comfort and safety will be administered under the supervision of our medical director, Dr. Christopher Reveley, M.D.

2. Q. What is the cost of treatment? Can I use my insurance?
A. Harmony’s charges vary depending on detox and medications. We have different pay options for non-insurance clients. We have many insurance contracts and will be happy to check your insurance coverage; copayment/deductible amount will be due at the time of admission. Click here for Current Insurance Options

3. Q. If my family member is willing to get help, can I just drive them up?
A. All admissions must be screened, approved and scheduled before driving up; all it takes is a phone call!

4. Q. What can I bring to treatment?
A. What To Bring
5. Q. Will I be in a lock-down ward?
A. No; Harmony is a voluntary program!

6. Q. Can I have visitors and make phone calls?
A. Visitors are welcome on the weekends by invitation;
Saturdays from 5:00 pm to 9:30 pm for ages 12 and above. (Dinner is at 5:30, $15.00 cash or check, reservations required – call 970-586-4491 after noon on the prior Wed.)
Sundays are for families with children only from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
Clients may have visitors starting the weekend after their 4th day of treatment; they may make and receive phone calls starting on their 4th day of treatment.

7. Q. Will I have a roommate?
A. Harmony Foundation is a peer driven addiction treatment program; we believe in community. Clients will have a roommate during detox, and when they move into the residential level of care they will share a cabin with one roommate.

8. Q. Can you accommodate a vegetarian diet?
A. Absolutely! In addition to delicious, hot vegetarian entrees, we have the best salad bar in Estes Park, which is part of every lunch and dinner at our drug and alcohol rehab.

If you have additional questions, please feel free to call our addiction treatment specialists: