Rimrock Foundation, Billings, Montana
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Overview of Rimrock Foundation
Rimrock Foundation is a behavioral healthcare facility that offers treatment for a range of issues. These include substance abuse, sex addiction, gambling addiction, eating disorders, co-occurring disorders, and codependency. The facility was founded around 40 years back and is located in the city of Billings, in Montana.
This facility offers comprehensive treatment covering a range of issues commonly occurring in adolescents as well as adults. As such, they have specialized programs for both adults and adolescents dealing with chemical dependency or the co-occurring disorders that fall under the gamut treated at Rimrock.
The team at the treatment and rehabilitation center is highly qualified. Their view of addiction centers around treating the condition as an illness that not only affects the victim physically and mentally, but also inhibits their spiritual and social growth. Consequently, the care and treatment offered here aim at the reintegration of the client into society as a fully functioning member.
Accommodation and Food
The campus of Rimrock Foundation is located right at the entrance of Montana State University campus. The facility derives its name from its location at the rims of Billings, in the healthcare corridor of the largest city in the state of Montana. The residential quarters have the look of a day inn with rooms painted in white and accessorized with light blue carpets.
Resident clients share bedrooms which are furnished with beds and wooden tables. The bare essentials are provided for by the facility though clients can opt to bring some furnishings from home if they so wish. ATM access is available on campus though clients are advised to stick to a maximum allocation of $45 and $25 per week for adults and adolescents respectively.
Food at the facility is offered three times a day. Patient of Rimrock Foundation get coffee with their breakfast. Lunch and dinner are complimented with dessert, but sugar intake of every client is regulated. Some vegetarian options are available for those with vegetarian diets though there is no separate vegetarian menu.
Treatment Options at Rimrock Foundation
The treatment offered at this facility comprises of substance abuse rehabilitation alongside dual diagnosis support for a number of mental disorders. These include anxiety disorder, depression, post-traumatic disorder, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, etc. Additionally, they also offer their programs in both inpatient and outpatient settings in order to prioritize the specific needs and preferences of each client. The treatment options offered here are:
- Adult Chemical dependency Residential Program
- Adult Chemical dependency Day Program
- Adult Co-occurring Disorder Treatment Program
- Adolescents Day Treatment Program
- Adolescents Residential Treatment Program
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for Adults
- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for Adolescents
Therapy Choices at Rimrock Foundation
The therapy choices available to clients at this facility comprise of the following:
- 12 step facilitation
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Medication group
- Art therapy
- Group therapy
- Individual counseling
- Individual family therapy
- Medically monitored Detox
- Stress management
- Psychiatric services
- Patient care monitoring
- On-site and off-site AA meetings
- Yoga and meditation
- Canine therapy
Payment Options and Insurances
Rimrock charges around $12000 to 14000 for 30 days of treatment. The team at the facility accepts payment through both self-pay as well as state-funded or private insurances. Some insurances providers accepted in the Rimrock are as follows:
- BlueCross BlueShield
- United healthcare
- Accredited by CARF
- Licensed by The Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS)
- Licensed by The Montana Board of Pharmacy
Rimrock Foundation Amenities
Rimrock prides itself for the high-quality chemical dependency rehabilitation services they offer along with a psychiatric intervention for a wide range of co-occurring disorders. Thus, clients admitted to this facility have access to treatment of their chemical dependency as well as co-occurring mental disorders that cause or stem from their addictions.
This facility also offers its programs in a variety of different settings including, residential, day program, outpatient, and stepped down sober living. This ensures that clients have a number of options to choose from depending upon their exact needs and preferences.
The staff at the Rimrock foundation comprises of a dedicated team of certified professionals who provide clients with round the clock supervision and dedicated care. They include primary counselors, specialty counselors, psychiatrists, LCPCs, LACs, nurses, etc. Some of the important staff members associated with the facility are:
Chief Executive Officer
Lenette Kosovich is also a registered nurse with over 20 years of experience in healthcare administration. As CEO of Rimrock Foundation, she is in charge of providing administrative oversight for the planning and implementation of various policies. Additionally, she also serves as a member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers. She has a degree as a Pediatric nurse and a Master’s in Healthcare Administration.
Chief Financial Officer
Burke Kufeld has over 25 years of experience in the field of healthcare finance. He specializes in strategic planning,capital, and operational analysis, and planning budgets. He has a Bachelor’s in Business Finance from the University of Montana and a Master’s in Business Administration and Finance from the Washington State University.
Chief Nursing Officer and Senior Director of Inpatient Services
Christi Beals is a registered nurse currently serving at Rimrock as the Chief Nursing Officer. She has over 15 years of experience in the field of behavioral healthcare, the last 9 years of which she spent in various leadership positions. Additionally, she is also the Director of Inpatient Services, with both roles requiring her to oversee and support residential clients. She has a BS in Nursing and a BS in Business Management from the Montana State University, and an MBA from the University of Mary.
Billings, MT, 59101
Where do calls go
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