ChoicePoint is a rehabilitation center dedicated to helping those struggling with addictions rebuild their lives. ChoicePoint understands that everyone has a unique situation and works hard to cater to all clients. The center offers a Telehealth option for those who can’t make it to in-person sessions or are traveling.
There are various treatment programs for people from all walks of life. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a student, expecting mother, veteran, or a member of the LGBT community; ChoicePoint tailors its treatment programs to fit your needs. The center prides itself on upholding a no-negative stigma and non-judgment policy. It also promises to maintain complete confidentiality throughout your recovery process.
If you think you may have an addiction, ChoicePoint offers a free self-assessment quiz on its website. To start the assessment, you’ll enter some basic information about yourself, and then you’ll be asked to answer some questions about your substance use. It’s important to answer honestly as this will only help ChoicePoint identify and determine the right course of action for your unique situation. The self-assessment should only take a few minutes to complete, and at the end, you’ll enter your email and phone number to get your results.
Although a self-assessment may seem silly to some people, it is an excellent resource for anyone struggling to admit to or talk with someone about their situation. We appreciate ChoicePoint giving people a chance to evaluate themselves and seek the help they need.
One of the best things about ChoicePoint is its attempt to help people — regardless of their current situation. ChoicePoint offers specialized LGBT, student, criminal justice, veterans, and expecting mothers’ treatment programs.
While ChoicePoint offers the more traditional in-person treatment programs, the company doesn’t want to exclude anyone. Through the center’s Telehealth Addiction Treatment program, anyone can sign up and begin the process of recovery. The telehealth program allows clients to set up a virtual appointment and attend all sessions from the comfort of their own home.
ChoicePoint accepts all insurances. However, the company advises all consumers to double-check their policy as the laws may differ by state and insurance company. Additionally, you can check if your insurance covers ChoicePoint’s treatment programs by visiting the website and using the insurance verification link.
Many rehabilitation centers will have an age restriction for potential clients — generally, most centers only treat people 18 years or older. Unfortunately, ChoicePoint does not say if there is an age restriction for its clients, and you’ll have to contact the company directly for more information.