What services are offered?
DCCCA offers a full continuum of addiction treatment programs including individual and group outpatient counseling, intensive outpatient services that meet nine hours weekly, short term residential treatment and non-medical detoxification services. DCCCA’s women’s residential programs also offer licensed childcare for mothers who bring their children to treatment with them. Our team coordinates with community providers for additional services that support a person’s treatment.
How do I know what type of treatment I need?
Each person’s treatment process begins with a comprehensive review of his or her strengths and needs. This assessment looks at current and prior substance use, physical and mental health needs, education, employment and family support, criminal justice involvement, and other involved community support systems. Together with the counselor, individuals will identify the type of treatment that best meets their assessed need. The assessment process is also required by most payers to determine what type of treatment can be reimbursed.
How much does it cost?
Each individual’s financial responsibility is based on the assessed level of treatment needed and available insurance coverage. DCCCA staff will help identify specific costs and payment sources. A sliding fee scale, based on an individual’s income, is used for people who pay out of pocket for their services.
Will my insurance cover my treatment?
Treatment costs are covered by most insurance companies and Medicaid. DCCCA staff will verify insurance benefits during the first appointment and provide information about the insurance companies required co-payments and deductible. DCCCA will also help refer to an alternative treatment provider if an insurance company does not reimburse for DCCCA services.
I don’t have insurance or Medicaid. Can I still attend treatment?
DCCCA receives federal and state dollars that cover treatment costs for certain Kansans who do not have insurance or Medicaid. Eligible individuals must prove they are Kansas residents and have an income at 200% or below the federal poverty level. DCCCA staff will help identify those income limits and verification documents.
Is there a waiting list?
Outpatient services typically do not have waiting lists. DCCCA’s residential programs, however, may have a waiting list based on scheduled admissions and available capacity. The Intake Coordinator at each residential program can provide the latest information about waiting lists. Interim services, including participation in outpatient services, may be offered while an individual waits for residential admission.
What do I need to bring with me to my first appointment?
Please bring the following documents to your first appointment:
- Driver’s license or Kansas ID card
- Insurance or Medicaid card
The cost of treatment may be covered by state and federal funding for Kansas residents who have no insurance or Medicaid coverage and whose annual income is at or below 200% of the federal poverty level. Verification of income and residency is required to access this funding, and can be accomplished by providing:
Verification of income: a copy of at least one of the following:
- Bank statement
- Income tax return
- Pay stub
- Letter of unemployment/employment benefit
- Signed letter from a social services agency staff person
- Signed letter from a criminal justice staff person or probation officer
- Signed letter from a family member from which the member is dependent upon for food and shelter
- Annual benefits statement
- Signed letter from a referral source
Verification of residency: a copy of one of the following:
- Social Security card
- Certificate of U.S. Citizenship
- Certificate of Naturalization
- INS Employment Authorization
- U.S. Passport
- Permanent Resident Card or alien Registration Receipt Card
- Foreign Passport, with conditions, as defined on the Federal I-9 Form
And, a copy of one of the following:
- Kansas Driver’s license
- Medical card
- Kansas ID card
- Utility bill
- A signed, notarized statement from a social service professional affirming state residency. (A statement that is not notarized cannot be accepted.)
What do I need to bring with me?
All DCCCA Inc. treatment facilities must abide by Federal confidentiality regulations. We are not allowed to confirm if a client is here. When friends or family call, we will post the message with staff who will give it to the client.
To ensure safety, items and bags brought to the facility, either at admission or throughout the treatment stay, will be thoroughly searched.
Washer, dryer and laundry detergent are available, at no charge for client’s use.
List of Items allowed in all treatment:
- Personal hygiene items: plastic and electric razors, toothpaste/brushes, deodorant and hair items. Colognes/perfumes and mouthwashes containing no alcohol. (Please read the labels.)
- Two towels and two washcloths. Personal bedding such as pillows, sheets, blanket.
- Several changes of casual clothing (jeans or sweats are okay). Shower shoes and a jacket are helpful. See below for prohibited clothing. Sunglasses are allowed to be worn only on the outdoor breaks.
- Telephone calling cards are allowed. Options Adult Services and Women’s Recovery Center have pay phones and vending machines for client use, so please make sure you bring quarters. (Clients should carry no more than $20 cash.)
- Cigarettes only and a lighter.
- Medication must be in its original prescription bottle, or a new prescription. Bring a 30 day supply of medications. The dosage must be legible. If you receive sample medications from a doctor you must have the doctor fill out on script paper the dosage that is set for that medication.
- Cell phones have to be checked in with staff. They can be checked out and used at designated times.
- Envelopes, paper, pen and stamps if client wishes to write letters.
- Alarm clocks and MP3 players with headphones.
List of Items for Women’s Treatment Facilities:
- Sanitary napkins
- Nail polish, polish remover
- Hair dryers, curling irons, hot rollers, etc.
List of Items to bring for children:
- Clothing (weather appropriate)
- Inexpensive toys (optional)
- Bottles or sippy cups
- Favorite “blankey” or stuffed animal for comfort
- Bassinette or Pack-n-Play (We do have some Pack-N-Play’s for client use, yet there is no guarantee that one will be available)
- Mothers are responsible for their children’s supply needs (diapers, wipes, etc.). DCCCA staff will help you access community resources if you require assistance. Mothers are transported to local stores to purchase items for the children, as needed. Mothers with Vision Cards may retrieve cash from their accounts to purchase supplies.
Requirements for children living in the facility:
Children three months and older will be in our child care facility while mothers attend treatment services. Children, other than newborns, cannot be with their mothers during treatment activities, making it critical that the following documents are provided for each child at admission:
- Current immunization records. Contact your child’s physician or your local Health Department to obtain a copy of the current shot record if you do not have one.
- Ask your child’s physician a written summary of the most recent medical examination. If your child has a state issued Medical Card (Medicaid), it is usually required that your child receive a regular Kan Be Health Screening. Your child’s physician may transfer that screening information onto the Kan Be Healthy Form.
Items not allowed in treatment:
- Electronics such as radios, televisions, CD/DVD player, laptops, tablets. cameras
- Magazines or comic books.
- Chewing tobacco
- Cigars, self-rolling cigarette tobacco, electronic cigarettes
- No weapons
- No illegal drugs or alcohol
- No prescription drugs that are not prescribed to the client in treatment.
- No over the counter sleep aids.
- No tank tops or spaghetti strap shirts
- No clothing items with alcohol, drug or gang logos
- Scissors or metal nail files
- Torch lighters
- Candles, incense
Can I smoke while I am there?
DCCCA’s treatment centers only allow smoking and other tobacco product use in designated areas outside of each building. DCCCA’s residential programs offer tobacco cessation education and programming for those who are interested in reducing or eliminating tobacco use.
Will I be able to talk with my family or friends while in treatment?
Involvement of family and friends is an important part of ongoing recovery. Family and friends may leave messages at any time for individuals in residential treatment. Individuals may call family and friends during dedicated telephone time. Each residential program has a family group and specific visitation times during the week. DCCCA staff will share the facility policies about telephone calls and approving visitors during the admission process.