Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ’s


 

Does my insurance cover treatment?

Health insurance may cover part or all of a client’s treatment costs as insurance benefits differ from policy to policy. Searching for Addiction and Mental Health Treatment can be an overwhelming experience let us help you by calling today to have one of our admissions team provide a courtesy verification of insurance benefit coverage.

 

Will I see a therapist one on one?

At CAST Centers each treatment plan is individualized to meet the needs of the client. Each client begins their treatment at CAST Centers with an admission assessment with a therapist one on one to evaluate anxiety, depression, drug addiction, alcohol use, previous attempts at rehab that will then allow the therapist to make recommendations for the course of treatment.

 

What if I don’t have an addiction can I come to CAST?

CAST Centers is more than just a drug or alcohol rehab. Each day we help individuals who have been struggling with anxiety, depression, bipolar and other mental health conditions.

Oftentimes, people will struggle with a combination of conditions which can be referred to as Dual Diagnosis or a Co-Occurring condition.

At CAST Centers in West Hollywood, California we take the entire person into account when creating the treatment plan for the best overall wellness outcome.

 

Will my family be involved in rehab?

Family members are encouraged to participate in supporting their loved one, with the clients written consent, by communicating with the CAST Centers clinical team for updates on progress and well as getting direction from the clinical team for personal self care.

Many families have felt isolated by addiction or mental health problems so family members will also be invited to attend the CAST Centers family day that will include education, camaraderie with other family members as well as clinically led group experience.

 

Is CAST LGBTQ friendly?

CAST Centers is more than just LGBTQ friendly. We are proudly LGBTQ owned and operated for more than 12 years. Our CAM curriculum perfectly addresses the areas of life and wellness that can be impacted by identifying as LGBTQ in today’s society. We also offer LGBTQ affirmative therapy and we maintain close ties with many providers in the community who provide medical and psychiatric care specific to LGBTQ identifying individuals.

 

Where do I live while participating in treatment?

Many individuals participating in treatment at CAST Centers benefit from living in a sober environment. Transitional or Sober Living is a great place for people to practice living a healthy lifestyle while they are in treatment and even after treatment while pursuing goals like returning to work, school or the transition back home.

CAST Centers’ admissions department can connect you with facilities in the West Hollywood and surrounding areas.