Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that seeking addiction treatment can be overwhelming, and you may have many questions about our program. To help you make an informed decision, we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions from our clients and their families.
How many clients do you treat?

Individualized attention is critical to successful addiction treatment. That's why we limit our program to just 40 clients at a time, making our program one of the smallest in the country.

Do you accept my health insurance?

We work with most private and commercial insurance policies with out-of-network benefits. We also will provide affordable alternatives to anyone who may not be able, for whatever reason, to attend Tranquility Woods.

Are private rooms available?

Currently, we do not offer private rooms at this time.  All rooms are spacious and have a maximum of two occupants.  Each bedroom has a private full bathroom.

How much does your rehab cost?

Our cost of care is determined by the type of health insurance you carry. Each health insurance plan is unique, with different costs associated. Sometimes, clients can rely entirely on their health insurance to cover our costs. The fastest way to determine the cost of care would be through insurance verification.  Call us for hassle-free self-pay rates as well.

How long is your rehab?

A few factors determine our program length of stay. Our Treatment program ranges from 30-90 days. However, when using health insurance, your health insurance company reviews your medical and clinical progress while in our care to determine the appropriate length of stay. On average, our client's length of stay is between 30-35 days when using health insurance.

Where is your rehab?

Tranquility Woods is located at 171-A Ryan Road, Pasadena, Maryland. Please use the WAZE APP for the most accurate driving navigation to access our facility.

Can I use my electronics?

We are a no-cell phone/laptop use facility here at Tranquility Woods. We want to ensure our client's privacy and preserve the efficacy of our program by maintaining our client’s focus on our clinical care and their recovery. However, we highly emphasize family involvement through traditional phone calls, therapy sessions, and in-person visitation. If you need access to a cell phone, feel free to speak with our admissions team so they can address your concerns.

Can my family visit?

Yes! After our client's initial acclimation and first weekend here, in-person visitation may begin. This visitation is currently held on Sundays. The visitation is coupled with a family education session as well. Each client may have two adult family members visit each eligible Sunday.