Alina Lodge Frequently Asked Questions

Admissions FAQ’s

Q: What makes Alina Lodge different from other programs?

A: Alina Lodge is an intensive in-residence treatment program addressing many of the causes of addiction and known causes of relapse.

Q: Do you detox at Alina Lodge?

A: No, we will refer clients to a trusted detox partner.

Q: What programs do you offer?

A: We offer long-term treatment programs ranging from 90 days to up to 12 months or longer. The length of stay is based upon individual progress in treatment.

Q: Do you treat dual diagnosis?

A: Yes, when students enter our program who are struggling with addiction as well as an underlying mental health issue like depression, anxiety, or PTSD, we treat both conditions simultaneously. 

Q: Do you accept insurance?

A: We work with insurance companies to obtain any available out-of-network benefits.

Q: Will my family be able to visit?

A: Yes, after 20 days in residence a student may be allowed two family members (ages 13 and above) to visit on Sundays.

After a student has completed two months of successful treatment and has the approval from the custodial parent, children under the age of 13 may visit between the hours of 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., Monday through Friday, at an offsite location. If weekend visitations are necessary, arrangements will need to be made in advance.

Q: Can I write and receive letters?

A: Yes, your counselor will explain the mail consent procedures to you.

Q: What is your smoking policy?

A: We are a smoke-free environment. You will be provided a nicotine replacement patch upon your arrival, and our counselors can help you quit smoking.

Q: Is there time for recreational activities?

A: Yes, we have a walking track and cardiovascular gym, as well as activities like aerobics and yoga.