Best Care Treatment Services, Inc. – Redmond Outpatient Treatment

Best Care Treatment Services, Inc. – Redmond Outpatient Treatment

ABOUT BESTCARE TREATMENT SERVICES, INC. – REDMOND OUTPATIENT TREATMENT IN REDMOND, OR

BestCare Treatment Services, Inc. – Redmond Outpatient Treatment, located in Redmond, Ore., offers outpatient treatment to individuals struggling with substance abuse. The organization has seven other locations throughout Oregon providing residential, outpatient, and detoxification treatment as well as community mental health services. BestCare Treatment Services was founded in 1997 and states that they are the only Spanish-speaking alcohol and drug rehab organization in the state of Oregon.

TREATMENT & ASSESSMENT

To be admitted, clients begin by calling the facility directly to speak to an admissions representative. The initial phone call involves questions about the individual’s overall health, financial resources and insurance coverage, personal support network, and demographics.

The program at Redmond Outpatient Treatment usually involves no more than five hours per week of treatment and is particularly helpful for clients facing legal issues from a DUI. Outpatient care at Redmond is often a client’s last phase of treatment through BestCare Treatment Services, after receiving detoxification, residential, and intensive outpatient services. However, clients are not required to pass through the other phases of treatment if their admissions call indicates that outpatient treatment would be the best fit for their individual needs.

The BestCare Treatment Services program uses evidence-based practices to aid clients in recovery. Throughout treatment, clients receive individual and group therapy. Group therapy topics offered include mindfulness, Moral Reconation Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), Seeking Safety, co-occuring disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Relapse Prevention.

STAFF CREDENTIALS

There is currently no information provided by Redmond Outpatient Treatment regarding the facility’s treatment staff.

REVIEWS

At the time of this writing there had been no alumni or friends and family members of clients polled by Best-rehabs.com regarding their experiences at Redmond Outpatient Treatment. On the facility’s Facebook page, which it can manage, there is an overall rating of 4.8 out of five stars based on 39 total reviews.[1] These reviews are not exclusively for the Redmond Outpatient Treatment location of BestCare Treatment Services, and include reviews from individuals who received treatment at other locations.

Nearly all of the reviews for Best Care treatment Services are very positive. Alum B.A., who gave four stars, expressed that she was grateful for the therapist she worked with at the Redmond location. She wrote, “I believe when you can open up to someone you can relate to is when you can begin treating the addiction…Thank you Best Care for you and most of all your staff.” Another alum, J.L., also praised the staff members at the facility. She said that BestCare saved her life, and wrote, “it really feels like a family..If anyone has the opportunity to go to treatment I would recommend Best Care every time..hands down!”

FINANCING

There is currently no information published by BestCare Treatment Services, Inc. – Redmond Outpatient Treatment regarding its costs. However, the facility accepts insurance including Oregon Health Plan, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, First Choice Health, Health Net, United Healthcare, and more. Although details are not provided, the facility’s website states that they can accommodate individuals with financial hardships. Clients are encouraged to contact the facility directly for additional information regarding the cost of treatment.

[1]https://www.facebook.com/pg/BestCare-Treatment-110731878961235/reviews/?ref=page_internal

Reviews about Best Care Treatment Services, Inc. – Redmond Outpatient Treatment

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  • Accommodations & Amenities
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  • It seemed that the staff was more concerned with the court-ordered clients and their willingness to say the right words than with recovery skills