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Are your programs covered by insurance?

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While it is possible that your insurance will pay for part of this 30-day program, you will need to confirm any coverage directly with them. We do not handle insurance submissions for participants.

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Is airfare included in my program?

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Airfare is included for all Rehab.Reimagined. programs for US and European clients only. Rehab.Reimagined. clients coming from other countries should inquire about travel credit. Airfare is not included in our Adventures in Recovery treks.

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Is there a family reintegration/family meet-up component of the program?

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Yes! We think that the transition back into the family is very important. However, all family reintegration modules are optional. If you are interested in arranging to have somebody meet you at the end of your trek, just let us know. We’ll give you all the options.

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Will I be exposed to alcohol along the way?

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Maybe. The Camino de Santiago takes place in Spain, where wine-making and wine-drinking are a part of their culture and economy. Our U.S. based route, the C&O Canal, takes place along a popular trekking path. While our groups are be 100% alcohol free, sometimes we participate in groups dinners where alcohol may be served. Don’t worry though – that’s what your recovery coach and team are there to help you with. We all live in the world with others – staying clean and sober means learning how to live in that, not live apart from it.

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Is this a religious program?

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We do not teach or espouse any religious positions, dogmas or practices as a company. We do, however, believe that finding a power outside of oneself is crucial to lasting sobriety and our program focuses heavily on developing this spiritual connection. Please note that the Camino is a Christian pilgrimage that is over 1000 years old, so it has a lot of energy and significance for Christians. Please remember that we employ guides who are individuals in recovery. They have their own relationship with spirituality and/or religion, and they may share their personal opinions or beliefs along the way. At no point will you be expected to conform to or participate in any religious activities that make you uncomfortable. The only religious service that we include in the European program officially is the “pilgrim’s mass” at the Cathedral in Compostela. We do this to celebrate your accomplishment, not to endorse a particular theology. You may choose not to participate in the mass for any reason.

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Is there a minimum length of clean/sober time required for your programs?

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Yes. You must have at least 1 week clean/sober to participate. This is to help ensure that there are no medical issues related to detoxing while we trek.

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Am I able to participate in the Adventures in Recovery program if I am not in recovery from substance abuse or another addiction?

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Our “Adventures” are based around 12 step programs and all are welcome so long as you have a desire to grow personally and a willingness to participate in group activities. These programs are ideal for mixed-recovery families who have a recovering addict as well as family members in a corresponding program like Al-Anon or Alateen. If you have any questions about your eligibility, just let us know.

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