Radically committed to hope and healing

Uncovery

Uncovery is a place for all people questioning or experiencing addictive patterns. We open the door to contemplation, preparation, and engagement in change. How you walk through is up to you. We inspire hope for what can be different and healing for what hurts.

Uncovery Treatment Center FAQ

Our program philosophy is that we want people to “Come as you are” to our program. Every person on the spectrum of examining their drug and alcohol use will find a place to contemplate and implement change.

You decide where to start. We’ll help guide you through the process.  Here are some important things you’ll need to determine your starting point.

  1. It is important to have health insurance or the ability to pay for treatment. If you do not have insurance at this time we can help you get started.
  2. Come into OAA to register.
  3. Schedule an appointment with the Intake Coordinator

No, although some services may require a wait. In the meantime, we offer Peer Support, a drop-in center, and various drop in groups that you can participate in when you’re ready.

We can work with your treatment mandates. However, it depends on your specific requirements. We will be a state approved level 1 and 2.1 chemical dependency treatment center. We welcome all inquiries regarding your treatment requirements.

Let them know that we will provide state approved Level 2.1 treatment. If they ask about UA testing, we can offer this service at the client’s request. If they ask about a specific client, clearly state that we do not discuss client specific questions for any of our services without a signed release of information. Offer to a message and our treatment staff will return the call.

At Uncovery, Level 1 care consists of 1-8 hours per week of individual, group, and experiential therapy. Level 2.1 or Intensive Outpatient care consists of 9 or more hours of individual, group and experiential therapy per week.

Yes, our ongoing programs meet this need.

Do you have questions for our treatment team?