FAQs

Q – WHAT TYPE OF TREATMENT DO YOU OFFER?

A – We provide licensed chemical dependency treatment, and cognitive-behavioral treatment. Our treatment interventions are designed to help clients manage their thinking, improve their behavior and recovery from drug or alcohol abuse (if applicable).

Q – DO YOU ACCEPT INSURANCE? WHAT TYPE OF INSURANCE DO YOU ACCEPT?

A – Yes, your insurance may cover a portion of licensed, chemical dependency treatment and mental health services.  We accept insurance for many providers; we may be out of network for some.

  • Our Admissions team will request your insurance information and discuss your coverage and benefits with you.
  • If you have insurance or are a Hennepin County resident, our Admissions team can schedule a Rule 31 or Rule 25 assessment after the application is received.
  • Clients will be billed for the services that insurance does not cover.
  • Limited scholarships may be available, based on need. We also work with a treatment program lender, should you wish to apply for financing.

No, we do not accept insurance for our Therapeutic Boarding School/Behavioral Rehabilitation program.

  • Limited scholarships may be available, based on need. We also work with a treatment program lender, should you wish to apply for financing.

Q – HOW DO I KNOW IF MY SON IS STRUGGLING WITH SUBSTANCE ABUSE?

A – Today, behavioral or academic issues in teenagers most often coincide with some level of substance abuse, which can be hidden from the parent. It can have a profound effect on your boy’s attitudes, and it may be the main reason for inappropriate behavior. Fact is, it can take months away from drugs (even alcohol or marijuana) for your boy to begin having better attitudes and making better judgments. With some substances, addictions can arise from even one use; they must be dealt with before they become a life-long problem. Lakeside offers the best opportunity for overall recovery, allowing boys to truly get their motivations and lives turned around and on the right track again.