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Maryland addiction treatment questions, answers, and advice:

Below is a list of frequently asked questions about our addiction treatment center in lovely Pasadena, Maryland. If you have any additional questions not answered here, please feel free to call us and we’ll do our best to find the solutions you are looking for.

1Do you take my insurance?

At Tranquility Woods, we work with most insurance companies. We also will provide affordable alternatives to anyone who may not be able, for whatever reason, to attend Tranquility Woods.

2What is the average length of stay?

At Tranquility Woods, the average length of stay is dependent upon the individual needs ~ Most stays last between 30 to 90 days.

3Does Tranquility Woods provide post treatment follow-up care?

At Tranquility Woods, relapse prevention is a priority. We provide 12 months of follow-up care to ensure sustainable sobriety.

4Does Tranquility Woods have private rooms?

Yes, we have luxurious private and semi-private rooms available.

5Are there additional costs?

Tranquility Woods is an all-inclusive treatment center. There may be certain things, however, that are subject to additional costs ~ For example dental visits and outside spa care.

6Do I need a doctor’s referral to be admitted or for my insurance to pay?

No, our doctors and administrative staff will handle all your needs.

7Does Tranquility Woods work with my specific drug addiction?

At Tranquility Woods, we specialize in all drug addictions. We have specific individualized programs for every individual and their specific circumstances.

8Can my family visit me?

Yes, at Tranquility Woods we encourage family involvement ~ We not only have family visitation every Sunday, but also offer Family Education and Family Counseling.

9Are medications prescribed?

Yes, medications are prescribed to individuals by our psychiatrist and/or certified physicians, as needed.

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