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Admissions FAQs

What are the steps of the admissions process?

First call in or submit contact form through wendi widget or other contact form providing basic information.

Second we will verify your insurance or set up a payment plan for self pay. This can take up to 1 hr but generally will happen within 20 minutes.

Third, we will return call to provide explanation of benefits or to finalize a payment plan. 

Fourth we will schedule and perform a pre assessment asking more in depth clinical questions about substance usage, treatment history, co occurring conditions, medications that will be reviewed by our clinical director to make an assessment. 

Fifth We will schedule intake date and time and transportation if needed.

Does Liberty Wellness accept insurance?

 Yes, Liberty Wellness accepts Most commercial Insurance policies.

Is Liberty Wellness accredited?

We are a New Jersey state licensed substance abuse co-occurring treatment center, a part of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP), and Joint Commission Accredited (JCAHO).

Do you offer financial assistance?

We offer partial scholarships and can develop a payment plan.

What are your private pay costs?

PHP $28,000 for 30 days

IOP $15,000 for 30 days 

PHP/IOP  $34,000 3 month package

OP $7,000 60 days 2 groups per week

How is Liberty Wellness different from other programs?

Liberty Wellness focuses on holistic wellness by aiding individuals with learning how to live a more meaningful life beyond simply abstinence from substances. The program centers on spiritual wellness, relational wellness, physical wellness, vocational wellness, and recreational wellness. Liberty Wellness is a co-occurring program that additionally focuses on treatment underlying mental health disorders.

What if my loved one is not ready for treatment but needs it?

We offer intervention services that can prepare your loved one and motivate them to want to seek treatment. We do that by love, leverage and motivation.

We provide the courts with treatment letters and can assist in postponing court dates, transportation to court, video court access through our facility tablets. Entering treatment often improves an individual’s legal standing. The courts often understand that addiction is an underlying issue that is a root problem for the individual.


Starting a program to work on the possible source of the issue displays one’s willingness in the situation.

What do I tell my employer when I am going to treatment?

All individuals have confidentiality rights because this is a personal medical issue. HR and your employee assistance program (EAP) are the only parties who would need to know what type of treatment you are seeking. Your employer technically does not need to be informed of the reason for medical leave.


However, much of the time it is helpful to be honest with your employer.

Will my job know I am going to treatment?

All individuals have confidentiality rights because this is a personal medical issue. HR and your employee assistance program (EAP) are the only parties who would need to know what type of treatment you are seeking.

How do I tell my loved ones where I am going?

Select an appropriate time and place, be open about your need for help. It is a challenging conversation at times, but having individuals who are supportive of your recovery is a major asset. Be understanding about how challenging it may be for them as well.

What do I tell my probation officer if I am going to treatment?

Notify your probation officer the name and location of the treatment and that you will have your program provide documentation as needed. Your therapist can confirm your presence in treatment as needed.

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Information About Out Our Clinical Programming

Clinical FAQs

What therapies do you provide?

We provide therapies aimed at treating all substance use disorders, and other mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, and bipolar. Multiple evidence based therapy approaches are utilized including CBT, Motivational Interviewing, DBT, Solution Focused, EFT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and IPT.

How often do clients attend therapy?

In the PHP program clients attend groups 5-6 days a week for 5 hours a day, and have individual sessions 1-2 days a week. In the IOP program clients attend groups 5-3 days a week for 3 hours a day, and have individual sessions 1 day a week.

Is this a 12-Step or SMART Recovery program?

Liberty Wellness encourages individuals to engage with the recovery path that is most effective for them. People learn about the 12 Step program, SMART recovery program, and many other programs while attending here, but are recommended to pick the recovery program of their choice.

What is the difference between PHP and IOP?

PHP stands for partial hospitalization program. It is more intensive than IOP, and less intensive than inpatient. In PHP individuals attend sessions 5-6 days a week for 5 hours a day. In IOP individuals attend sessions 5-3 days a week for 3 hours a day.

What is the difference between inpatient and outpatient?

The basic difference between inpatient and outpatient care is that inpatient care requires a person to stay in a hospital/facility overnight, and outpatient does not.

What aftercare programs do you provide?

We provide biweekly alumni meetings, a weekly recovery support meeting, follow up wellness checks from our alumni coordinator, and sober living house options.

Do you have an alumni program? What does that entail?

Yes. Upon completion of our program, individuals will have follow up wellness checks from our alumni coordinator with the option to attend recovery support meetings hosted by our program post discharge. Individuals will be provided support and referrals from our alumni program as they work to maintain long-term abstinence.

How long can I expect to be in treatment?

It is case by case, but the average length of stay in the PHP program is about one month. Individuals who transition to our IOP/OP programs attend on average between an additional 4-5 months following the completion of the PHP program.

Is my treatment confidential?

Yes. All treatment is confidential and no information about any client can be released without first having written consent from the client. All information about clients is protected under HIPAA. 

How many times a week will I receive individual therapy?

One to two times a week.

How will my family participate in treatment?

All clients are recommended to participate in a family session during their time in treatment if the client and family member are willing. If the family members lives near the location of our facility, the family session will be in person, and if the family member lives out of state their is an option to do the family session online.

Is there a Psychiatric on staff?

Yes. Our program has a board certified psychiatrist and an APN with a psychiatric specialization certification.

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