When you call Apex Recovery the Intake Coordinator will offer to verify your insurance benefits. This process is simple just call with your insurance card and the coordinator will ask for the member identification number and group number. With these numbers, they will verify insurance and determine your deductible and out of pocket cost (if any) associated with treatment. Apex Recovery works with most major PPO plans and is happy to verify any insurance plan to see if your benefits include our services. Don’t hesitate call one of our professional intake coordinators to help verify your insurance benefits today.
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We don’t accept Medi-Cal at this time but do accept self-pay options.
How To Get Ready
Once the insurance has verified your benefits and you have agreed to begin your stay at Apex, there are a couple of things you should know about getting ready to admit. Pack up to 10 days’ worth of clothing. We have on-site laundry to lessen the amount of clothing brought in. The facility does offer time to work out at the gym, therefore it would be important to pack some workout clothes. Both of our picturesque homes have pools, and we also frequent the beach, so feel free to bring swimwear and leisure clothing.
If you have any medications you are currently taking, please make sure the medications are properly labeled and in the correct bottles for our staff to transition you smoothly into our program. You will be seen by an addiction specialty physician upon admission as well as a psychiatrist if necessary.
Our program also provides clients with the flexibility to meet occupational and educational commitments. We allow electronic devices and cell phones after a short period of detoxification. We work with all of our clientele to make meaningful appointments that might also be presented due to legal or family needs. Our goal here at APEX is to work with each client individually to meet day to day needs and help each participant work through any struggles they are having, even while being in a program.
As you prepare for your stay with APEX recovery, our intake coordinator will send you a comprehensive list of suggested items to bring with you.
- Wendy T
The detox and recovery homes are both beautiful and comfortable. The chef is a great at his job; the food was outstanding. The therapists care and teach alternative coping mechanisms and ways to reduce anxiety with yoga, meditation, and breathing exercises. You can get a massage once a week along with reiki (an alternative medicine that promotes restorative healing). The gym they take you to almost every day is good and includes hydro massage tables. The staff were very encouraging. Before I was released, they drove me to several sober livings and helped me choose one that would be right for me. It was a great place to start my recovery.
- Andrew Renninger
Awesome recovery place. First time going to something like this and they made me feel welcome, was in residential for a few weeks and the Chef's food is very good... didn't know what to expect but I didn't expect something this nice, learned a lot about myself and the way I act, their therapists are all caring people who just want to help.. the team at the residential/detox houses are awesome too, caring about you and your health.. hope I don't need to, but I would come back here! Thanks Apex, you guys are doing great work!
- karen bush
My Thanks and gratitude to APEX for their exemplary program. The environment was most conducive to my goal of sobriety. The beautiful home on Mt. Helix is physically attractive both inside and out it is clean, spacious and offers it own serene vibe. The therapists are nothing less than highly educated professionals. All staff displayed compassion, concern and a willingness to ensure comfort. The food was over the top, I had individual dietary needs and the amazing chef assured all these needs were met- Thanks Chef James! All group sessions were highly relevant to my recovery and included: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and a newer therapy called Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. My issue was not my drinking, but why I drank. I was highly assisted in discovering personal issues to address in order to remain sober and improve my mental, emotional and physical health. The team met me where I was at in these areas and provided the information and education I needed. Most helpful to me was learning just how much I needed community in my life, which started at APEX. There were six other individuals in the program with me, which allowed for much needed individual attention and therapy. Thank you again APEX for the care and education which was entirely relevant to my ongoing sobriety.
- Ritz Automotive
What I really liked about Apex Rehab is: 1) The small and personal groups, the group leaders were really focused on me the entire time (everyone is on a "first name basis"). 2) The one on one therapy sessions were always nice to talk about daily feelings and were very conducive to making decisions. 3) Couple's/family therapy was very helpful for my relationships with family and my girlfriend. 3) Being able to go out to A.A., N.A. and S.M.A.R.T. groups in addition to treatment at Apex, also Being able to go the local gym everyday was really nice and conducive to me feeling good on a day to day basis. (Leaving the house is always nice, when you're early in recovery you tend to get bored pretty easily, at least I did.) 4) The chef was excellent and respected that I did not like certain foods and usually made me something else when I did not like what everyone else was eating.
- Diana Meza
I recently did the inpatient program at Apex for an almost two week stay. The clinicians, staff and therapists were really great and helpful. I definitely learned a lot from them about myself. They all work with you and provided great support when needed. The only thing I would like people to note is that the pictures are a bit outdated and the houses don’t really look like the pictures shown on the site. During my time there there was no Equine therapy or music therapy which is something I was really looking forward to doing when I chose Apex over other rehab facilities. Overall my stay was good mostly because of the therapists I learned from and the friendships I made there.