FAQ

What are some of the common diagnoses PFTL residents have?

We most commonly serve residents facing psychiatric conditions including but not limited to, schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorders, mood disorders such as bipolar and borderline personality disorder, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, and general anxiety disorder. We also provide support for substance abuse recovery (not active substance use) and medically stable eating disorders.

Do you provide detoxification oversight and support for active substance abuse?

In order to provide residents with the best chance for success when acclimating to a new home, we require all residents be sober for at least one year prior to moving in. We also require that residents maintain their sobriety while they are living here.

Does your program accept insurance?

Parents’ Foundation is private pay, with Residential Living Center fees ranging from $6,750 to $7,500, depending on the type of room available. We do not get state or federal funds or insurance reimbursement, and we are not a Medicaid or Medicare provider. However, residents may qualify for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) through the Department of Social Services that can go toward resident fees.

How long are residents expected to stay?

In order to afford our residents the best chance for success, we look for a commitment of at least six months; however, each resident stay varies based on needs, progress, and goals. Some residents stay for a year, and some have stayed with us for as long as twenty-five years. We are committed to working with our residents to follow a timeline that they are comfortable with and will provide them with the greatest opportunity to reach their goals.