ABOUT A CHANCE TO CHANGE
A Chance To Change, located in Oklahoma City, Okla., offers outpatient treatment to individuals of all ages struggling with substance abuse, gambling addiction, and other behavioral and emotional disorders. The facility was first founded in 1979 and has grown to offer education, prevention, intervention, and outpatient counseling services. The facility is located in a quiet commercial neighborhood 10 miles north of central Oklahoma City.
TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT
The facility’s treatment program follows the disease model of addiction and emphasizes the importance of family involvement in treatment. 12-Step programming, Celebrate Recovery, and other community services are incorporated into the treatment plan to help clients obtain long-term sobriety. Throughout treatment, clients also receive individual, group, and family counseling. Individual treatment plans are formed to meet each client’s unique needs. Group counseling sessions include an early recovery group and a variety of gender-specific meetings.
The facility’s staff have been trained in working with survivors of trauma and provide trauma-focused counseling. In addition, staff also provide counseling for depression, anxiety, grief, and pain management. The facility also offers a low-cost gambling program; gambling group counseling sessions include coed and women-specific meetings.
The treatment team includes a medical doctor, a social worker, licensed marriage and family therapists, licensed professional counselors, and licensed addiction counselors.
At the time of this writing there has been one friend or family member polled by Best-rehabs.com. The anonymous loved one of a client expressed an overall positive experience with A Chance to Change Foundation, noting a few areas for facility improvement.
The loved one gave the facility two out of five stars for treatment effectiveness, two stars for accommodations & amenities, and two stars for meals & nutrition. The loved one did not comment on whether she was involved in helping the client pay for treatment, whether she visited the client during treatment, or whether she stayed in regular contact with the client. She also did not comment on whether the facility appeared to match up with how it was described on the website or other marketing materials.
She agreed that there were many counseling options to choose from; strongly agreed that the facility is well-equipped to treat co-occurring conditions; and strongly agreed that the staff is experienced and well trained. She felt that a strength of the facility was its employees, and felt that the facility could improve upon the cost of the treatment to clients.
The loved one stated she would recommend this facility to a friend or loved one who was considering rehab. She added additional commentary stating, “It’s a great place.”
At the time of this writing there have been no alumni polled by Best-rehabs.com. On the facility’s Facebook page, which it can manage, there is an overall rating of 4.7 out of five stars based on nine total reviews. None of the reviewers left comments explaining their ratings, but all reviewers expressed positive experiences. The facility received six five-star reviews and three four-star reviews.
The cost of treatment at the facility is not published. Treatment is partially funded by donations and grants to help lower the cost. The facility accepts insurance including Medicaid and most private insurances. Self-pay via cash, check, and major credit cards, and financial assistance is available for qualifying clients.