Welcome to the FAQ page for Leora, an outpatient behavioral health company dedicated to providing high-quality substance use disorder and mental health services to our clients.
We understand that navigating the world of behavioral health can be confusing and overwhelming, which is why we’ve created this resource to help answer your questions and provide more information about our services. Whether you’re seeking care for yourself or a loved one, we’re here to help.
If you don’t find the information you’re looking for here, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us directly. We’re here to support you every step of the way.
Can I smoke?
Leora has a designated smoking area. You can also discuss nicotine cessation with our Nurse Practitioner if you wouldlike to quit smoking during your time in treatment.
What do I need to bring with me to the assessment?
When you come for your assessment please bring your ID and insurance card. We also need a current list of your medications and a copy of your discharge plan.
How long will I be in the program?
Your time in the program is dependent on your progress towards your goals. You will develop goals within the first few days of treatment. Your treatment team will discuss your progress towards your goals throughout treatment along with barriers to meeting goals. You and your treatment team will discuss your discharge plan and discharge date.
What will my day be like?
For clients who are in PHP, you will have treatment five days a week. This will consist of four hours of therapy group, one hour of relapse prevention group, and an hour of nurse education. Then you will have 1-2 individual appointments with either your Therapist, Case Manager, peer support, Nurse, or Nurse Practitioner.
For clients who are in IOP, you will have treatment 3-5 days a week. This will consist of three hours of therapy group. Then you will have 1-2 individual appointments with either your Therapist, Case Manager, peer support, Nurse, or Nurse Practitioner.
For clients who are in OP, you will have treatment 1-2 days a week. This will consist of two hours of therapy group. Then you will have 1-2 individual appointments with either your Therapist, Case Manager, peer support, Nurse, or Nurse Practitioner.
Do you have food?
We have snacks, coffee, and water for all clients. For clients who are enrolled in PHP, we also provide lunch.
How often will I meet with my Therapist?
You will have weekly individual sessions with your Therapist.
How often will I meet with the Nurse Practitioner about my medication?
For clients who are enrolled in PHP, you will meet with the Nurse Practitioner once a week. For clients who are enrolled in IOP and OP, you will meet with a Nurse Practitioner every 2-3 weeks depending on your medication treatment plan.
Is there transportation?
Yes, We are located by two bus stops. Bus stop 1227 is right in front of our building and 1262 is directly across the street. The 102 bus drops off/picks up at both of these stops. We do not provide transportation.
Does my insurance cover addiction treatment?
Yes, many insurance providers offer coverage for addiction treatment. It is important to contact your insurance provider to find out if your specific plan covers addiction treatment and what type of coverage is available.
Will I receive help finding a job after completing an addiction treatment program?
Our staff can help you create a resume, practice for interviews, and develop a more solid foundation. We’re here to support you and do our best to provide the resources to help you develop the skills and knowledge necessary to find and maintain a job after completing treatment.