Self Pay Programs

Self Pay Programs

ARCA offers programs designed especially for medical, legal, and business professionals. Our programs offer professionals immediate and highly confidential access to our individualized, evidence-based treatment for chemical dependency ranging from alcohol to prescription pain medication and drugs.

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Our Confidential Treatment Program for Professionals is a comprehensive treatment program that incorporates medical detoxification, anti-craving medications, psychiatric treatment, cognitive behavioral therapy, and relapse prevention counseling. The treatment is delivered as an outpatient treatment program with individual, group, and family counseling sessions conveniently scheduled in the evenings and on weekends to minimize disruption of professional and personal life.

Treatment programs for professionals include:

  • Medical Detoxification from Alcohol and/or Drugs

  • Treatment of Co-Occurring Disorders

  • Nursing

  • Drug Screening/Breathalyzer

  • Therapy and Counseling

  • End of Program Meeting

To prevent cravings, all programs offer the option of a non-addicting, anti-craving medication which is billed through insurance or to the patient. The cost may vary based on the patient’s insurance plan. ARCA offers programs designed especially for medical, legal, and business professionals.

Our programs offer professionals immediate and highly confidential access to our individualized, evidence-based treatment for chemical dependency ranging from alcohol to prescription pain medication and drugs. Many professionals view addiction to alcohol or drugs as a problem that could cost them their job and derail their professional careers. They fear that seeking help through their employer or professional assistance program could put their career in jeopardy.

Some treatment programs can be rigid and punitive, involving mandatory inpatient treatment and outpatient aftercare programs lasting up to five years. The cost of the treatment can run into the tens of thousands of dollars, and cause long periods of absence from work or school for up to one year. The fear of major financial expense for treatment, a loss of income, increased stress on loved ones, and being away from home for several months will often force professionals to hide the problem until it is too late.

In many instances, a professional is caught in the act of using and turned in by a co-worker or supervisor. This leaves the affected individual with few options, and it typically forces the affected individual into mandated treatment or forced resignation. But it does not have to be that way.

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Professionals now have a viable option to seek treatment before the problem becomes unmanageable. Our Confidential Treatment Program for Professionals is a comprehensive treatment program that incorporates medical detoxification, anti-craving medications, psychiatric treatment, cognitive behavioral therapy, and relapse prevention counseling. The treatment is delivered as an outpatient treatment program with individual, group, and family counseling sessions conveniently scheduled in the evenings and on weekends to minimize disruption of your professional and personal life.

Self Pay Programs Include:

Medical Detoxification from Alcohol and/or Drugs

To assist patients in overcoming their physical dependence on chemical substances, our program begins with medical detoxification. Each patient is seen by a Doctor for a Physical Evaluation, Blood Analysis, and a Urinalysis drug screen. After the evaluation, the Doctor will prescribe a series of medications that will allow the patient to detoxify with minimal discomfort, and overcome the pains of withdrawal symptoms.

Psychiatric Treatment of Co-Occurring Disorders

Chemical dependency and addiction almost always involve a co-occurring disorder such as depression, high stress, or anxiety. If these disorders are left untreated, then a person in recovery may relapse even when they are engaged in other components of treatment. Our psychiatrists meet with each patient to evaluate individual needs. Then we create a personalized treatment plan that works. The combination of psychiatric care, medical care, and clinical therapy creates the most comprehensive approach to treatment available within the same treatment program.

Nursing

Our nursing staff provides patients a level of access that exceeds many medical offices. Patients in need of medication adjustments/refills, dose management, injections, or medical advice do not always need to wait for a Doctor to be available. Instead, patients can speak with our Nursing Director who will act as a liaison between the patient and the Doctor. The nursing staff is available throughout the day with or without an appointment.

Drug Screening/Breathalyzer

In order to verify a patient’s success and to keep the illness of addiction in check, ARCA will test its patients’ urine, blood samples, and Blood Alcohol Content. All tests are done in the office and many of them will produce same-day results.

Therapy and Counseling

Individual Therapy is an essential component of any recovery plan. Beyond the treatment of physical dependence, the patient’s major challenge will be embracing a lifestyle free from the use of alcohol and psychoactive drugs. To assist with this process, our patients engage in weekly individual therapy sessions. The therapist talks patients through their struggles and helps patients develop healthy coping skills and mechanisms.

Group Counseling is offered on a robustly diverse schedule that allows for attendance and participation from anyone regardless of their professional or personal schedules. These group sessions are led by our trained clinical staff with the goal of preventing relapses through counseling in a group setting.

Family Therapy is encouraged for all patients in our program. The illness of chemical dependency and addiction affects not only the person who is struggling but also the loved ones surrounding them.

Our Family Support Group is a weekly group meeting for the family members of our patients where they can participate in sessions led by our clinical staff with the goal of addressing the special challenges faced by the family members of our patients. In addition to the support group, our program offers closed sessions for the family and the patient to meet with a Family Therapist to assist with a change in the home.

End of Program Meeting

At the close of a treatment program, the patient will have a session with the Program Director to select an Aftercare Program and discharge options.  The most important changes of recovery cannot be made far away from your home. When you make targeted lifestyle changes, and you learn new ways to cope with the stress of daily life, you will achieve success. The ARCA program will provide you with the foundation for lifelong recovery.

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6-Month Private Outpatient Program

Designed especially for individuals who are employed or have other daily obligations and require a high level of flexibility in a treatment program schedule.

The individual is able to carry out most daily activities but has identified that symptoms impair their daily lives. Individuals may attend as many groups a week as needed, with a flexibility of days and times.

Clinical interventions include individual and group psychotherapies, case management, and medication management. Individuals are highly motivated and appreciate the flexibility of this program. A family support group is available for family or significant others seeking support and education regarding their loved one’s addiction.

Services Included in the 6-Month POP:

  • Medical Detoxification – Physical History, Blood Work, Urine Drug Screen

  • Comprehensive medical evaluation by a physician – follow-up visits areas needed, based on diagnosis and medication regime

  • Prescription of detox and anti-craving medications.

  • Treatment of Co-occurring disorders – Psychiatric assessment

  • Individual Therapy – weekly

  • Marriage and Family Counseling with Family Therapist

  • Nursing Consult – weekly or as needed; medication management, adjustments/refills

  • Administration of Vivitrol injection as needed

  • Random Urine Drug Screens

  • Aftercare planning for chronic illness

  • Drug Screening/Breathalyzer

The following information describes the depth of treatment interventions and activities consistent with the intensity of the 6-Month POP:
Education: Specific family/relationship issues and beliefs surveyed, how symptoms specifically impact individual and specific plan of action or ongoing treatment, skill refinement and changes, understand how changes occur and impact daily living; safety plan required as needed.

Self-Assessment: Continued refinement of self-awareness and ability to change; explore and develop an understanding that change as a person is constant even though successful changes have occurred, more changes will follow.

Coping Self-Care: Refining daily life structure of bed/wake times, leisure/exercise routines, ability to monitor/recognize symptoms and utilize skills to prevent relapse, request help, seek support, or encourage others to offer ideas and solutions.

Interpersonal Communication: Continued activation of skills, use of support system, and processing events with counselor and support system.

6-Month Private Outpatient Program

The six-month program fee covers typical member fees for all services (see below), injection fees for Vivitrol, the convenience of scheduling, program availability 6 days a week at multiple locations, access to the crisis line, unlimited group session, ad-hoc therapy as needed, and therapeutically identified.

After successful completion of the program and maintaining sobriety access to on-going support groups continue. If there is an absence greater than 30 days between group sessions, you will lose the privilege of attending aftercare group therapy.

Insurance:

It will be ARCA’s responsibility to bill your insurance for all services. There is not a guarantee of insurance coverage through the program.

Medication costs are separate from the program.

As stated previously, addiction is a brain disease that is life long and each person’s treatment is unique: however, it is found that most individuals find more success, as well as our clients, have found to benefit most from over a six (6) month period of time with the following services.

Physician / Psychiatrist / Psychiatric NP – Regular visits: (8 visits)

  • Initial H&P

  • 2 week follow up

  • 4 week follow up and repeated until the end of treatment

Nursing Consultation – Every 4 weeks (8 visits)

  • Initial Nursing Assessment

  • 1 week follow up

  • 4 weeks follow up and repeated until the end of treatment

Urine Drug Screens – A UDS is done for every Physician, Nursing, and Therapist visit (approximately 41)
Therapist – weekly (25 visits)
Group Therapy and Education – a minimum of 3 times per week (no less than 72 visits)
Family Therapy – as needed, depending on the support system
Family Education / Support Group – Weekly (25 visits)
Medical evaluation / follow up with an Advanced Practice Nurse – quarterly (2 visits)
Access to 24/7 crisis support

3-Month Private Outpatient Program

Designed especially for individuals who require a high level of flexibility in a treatment program schedule. The individual is able to carry out most daily activities but has identified that symptoms impair their daily lives.

Individuals may attend as many groups a week as needed, with a flexibility of days and times. Clinical interventions include individual, family, and group psychotherapies, case management, crisis management, and medication management services.

Individuals are highly motivated and appreciate the flexibility of this program. A family support group is available for family or significant others seeking support and education regarding their loved one’s addiction.

Services Included in the 3-Month POP:

Medical Detoxification – Physical History, Blood Work, Urine Drug Screen
Comprehensive medical evaluation by a physician – follow-up visits are as needed, based on diagnosis and medication regime
Prescription of detox and anti-craving medications.

  • Treatment of Co-occurring disorders – Psychiatric assessment

  • Individual Therapy – weekly

  • Marriage and Family Counseling with Family Therapist

  • Nursing Consult – weekly or as needed; medication management, adjustments/refills

  • Administration of Vivitrol injection as needed

  • Random Urine Drug Screens

  • Aftercare planning for chronic illness

  • Drug Screening/Breathalyzer

  • Multi-Family Support Group – Education

Depth of Treatment Interventions/Activities Consistent with Intensity:

Education: Specific family/relationship issues and beliefs surveyed, how symptoms specifically impact individual and specific plan of action or ongoing treatment, skill refinement and changes, understand how changes occur and impact daily living; safety plan required as needed.
Self-Assessment: Continued refinement of self-awareness and ability to change; explore and develop an understanding that change as a person is constant even though successful changes have occurred, more changes will follow.
Coping Self-Care: Refining daily life structure of bed/wake times, leisure/exercise routines, ability to monitor/recognize symptoms and utilize skills to prevent relapse, request help, seek support, or encourage others to offer ideas and solutions.

Interpersonal Communication: Continued activation of skills, use of support system, and processing events with counselor and support system.

Three Month Addiction Treatment Program

The three-month program fee covers typical member fees for all services (see below), injection fees for Vivitrol, the convenience of scheduling, program availability 6 days a week at multiple locations, access to the crisis line, unlimited group session, ad-hoc therapy as needed, and therapeutically identified.

After successful completion of the program and maintaining sobriety access to on-going support groups continue for an additional 2 months.  If there is an absence greater than 30 days between group sessions, you will lose the privilege of the additional aftercare support groups. 

Insurance:

It will be ARCA’s responsibility to bill your insurance for all services. There is not a guarantee of insurance coverage through the program.

Medication costs are separate from the program.
As stated previously, addiction is a brain disease that is life long and each person’s treatment is unique: however, it is found that most individuals find more success, as well as our clients, have found to benefit most from over a six (6) month period of time.

With the 3-month program individuals respond well with the following services:

Physician / Psychiatrist / Psychiatric NP – Regular visits: (6 visits)

  • Initial H&P

  • 2 week follow up

  • 4 week follow up repeated till the end of treatment

Nursing consultation – Every 2 weeks (4 visits)

  • Initial Nursing Assessment

  • 1 week follow up

  • 4 weeks follow up and repeated until the end of treatment

Urine Drug Screens – A UDS is done for every Physician, Nursing, and Therapist visit (approximately 22)


Therapist – weekly (12 visits)
Group Therapy and Education – a minimum of 3 times per week (no less than 36 visits)
Family Therapy – as needed, depending on the support system
Family Education / Support Group – Weekly (12 visits)
Access to 24/7 crisis support

Our approach and belief are to establish a mutually agreed-upon treatment plan upfront, dedicate your time to the program so that long term benefits can be gained.

2-Month Outpatient Detoxification Program

Designed for individuals who require flexibility in their treatment program and, whose symptoms of withdrawal can be safely managed within the flexibility of an outpatient program.

Interventions include a comprehensive medical evaluation by a physician and one session per month. The Doctor will prescribe a series of medications that will allow the individual to detoxify with minimal discomfort.

One Month Medication Management Program

The one-month medication management program fee covers the following services as part of the program:

  • Physical, Patient Medical History, Blood Work, and Urine Drug Screen and/or Breathalyzer

  • Initial Medical evaluation/Detox by ARCA physician

  • Medication prescriptions

  • Nursing support and education

  • Follow-Up appointments for 30 days as outlined by the ARCA medical staff

If you wish to continue receiving services at ARCA upon completion of the month, each follow-up month will have an additional fee and will include the following services:

  • One follow-Up visit with ARCA physician

  • Medication prescriptions

  • Nursing support and education

  • Urine Drug Screen

  • Each administration of the Vivitrol injection will be an additional fee.

  • Medication costs are separate from the program.

  • Our approach and belief are to establish a mutually agreed-upon treatment plan upfront, dedicate your time and life to the program so that long-term benefits can be gained.

  • Aftercare Treatment Program
    This program is specifically designed for clients who have successfully completed an Assisted Recovery Centers of America (ARCA) or any affiliated company program and request additional medical oversight and therapeutic support. The individual must have been successfully detoxed.

  • Doctor’s Visit: fee per visit

  • One follow-up visit with ARCA physician

  • Medication prescriptions

  • Nursing support and education

  • Urine Drug Screen

  • Therapy Session: fee per session

  • Urine Drug Screen

  • 45-minute individual therapy session

  • Family Therapy Session: fee per session

  • Urine Drug Screen for participating clients

  • 45-minute family therapy session

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1585 Woodlake Drive Suite #111 Chesterfield, MO 63017 

Tel: 314-645-6840  Ext. 1

Tel: 314-678-3215 Ext. 2

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