I Don’t Want Anyone To Know I Am Receiving Treatment. Do You Keep It Confidential?

Absolutely, our patients’ confidentiality is a top priority for us at White Tree Medical. We only disclose information to those individuals you permit.


Does White Tree Medical Take Insurance?

Yes, we do!

How Will I Know If My Insurance Covers My Selected Treatment?

Call us and provide us with your insurance information. We will verify your benefits for FREE. Once we have a response from your carrier we will let you know what you can expect to pay.

What If My Insurance Doesn’t Cover My Treatment?

We provide our patients with installment plans and discount options. We work hard to get you the treatment you need.

Are There Any Services That Aren’t Covered By Insurance?

Yes, the only service we do not accept insurance for is case management. That is a $25 fee for each appointment.

What Forms Of Payment Are Accepted?

Cash, credit and debit, and HSA. We do not accept checks.


Is It Safe To Detox From Alcohol On An Outpatient Basis?

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What Is A Treatment Companion?

In order for you to receive the outpatient medical detox treatment, we require a treatment companion. This individual is your choosing. They will stay with you 24/7 for the first 7-11 days (acute phase) of treatment. Once you have completed your acute phase they will no longer need to stay with you. However, we will have them attend all follow-up appointments until your full 35-day detox is completed.


What Is Suboxone®?

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What Is Subutex® (buprenorphine)?

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What Drugs Are Used In Pain Management?

We only use buprenorphine.


Is Case Management Required?

Yes, we require all patients to receive case management. Our priority is excellence in care. It is proven that combining some form of behavioral care with medical treatments greatly increase chances of successful recovery.