Frequently Asked Questions about Rayville Recovery’s Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation program as well as Insurance and Medicaid payment options for treatment.

If you have a question that is not answered below, or if you would like to speak with someone on our admissions team, please fill out our short form or call (800) 396-7410.
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You should begin the process online. Visit the Admissions Page and select the option that is best for you. If at any time you have questions, we are available at (800) 396-7410. An assessment by phone will be required after you submit an online form from the Admissions section of the website.


  • Louisiana Medicaid
  • State Funding for Indigent Clients
  • Some private insurances
  • Private Pay (Cash, Check or Credit Card)
  • Louisiana Driver’s License or I.D.
  • Louisiana Medicaid card (if applicable)
  • Louisiana Driver’s License or I.D. card
  • Louisiana Medicaid

For a complete list of what you can and cannot bring to our facility, click here.

Each individual seeking admission must bring a 30-day supply of all prescribed medications.  Each medication will be evaluated by our Nursing staff to determine whether it is appropriate for you to take during treatment.

If you are going to be late for your appointment, please call ahead so the Admissions team can make arrangements to accommodate you.

Communication & Visitation

Yes, after admission a client is allowed to make one phone call to inform family they are alright, and it will be 5 days before they can use the phone again. After the 5 days, clients are allowed a 10-minute call each day during leisure time. Other calls (attorney, parole officer, etc) can be made with staff approval.

Family visitation and family therapy sessions may be arranged by the client with their counselor if it is deemed appropriate by the treatment team. Visitation is available on a limited basis. All visitation is supervised. Clients with children between the ages of 3 and 12 years of age, who are legally married and have full custody are encouraged to request and schedule one family session during their treatment at Rayville Recovery. Visitation for inpatient rehab is generally scheduled on a Saturday or a Sunday.

For a complete listing of the do’s and don’ts related to visitation, please click here.

You may bring cigarettes, cash, and any clothing or toiletry item that they may need.

Yes, vending machines are located on the premise.

While You Are Here

Smoking tobacco is allowed in designated areas outside the buildings.

Yes, but you must surrender your keys to the staff, and you will not be permitted to go to your vehicle while in rehab. Your keys will be returned when you are discharged.

Televised programs are permitted on special occasions with staff approval. Books for pleasure also require staff approval.

Yes, there are vending machines located on-site.

Wedding rings and wristwatches are the only jewelry allowed. Cosmetics are permitted in moderation but may be prohibited by your counselor.

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