FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- » How much does it cost?
Individuals are expected to contribute to the cost of their treatment. Project Ninety is here to assist those seeking recovery. Our experienced staff will work with you to determine your ability to pay for services.
Project Ninety’s program cost is $18,000 for the standard 90 day program or $21,000 for Co-Occurring treatment services. Your payment agreement will be established by working closely with Project Ninety's experienced intake staff.
- » Where are the facilities?
Project Ninety provides services in San Mateo County for men.
- » Do I have a choice of what Project Ninety facility I go to?
Individual clients assessment guides placement at the facility where a client receives services. Most clients participate at the facility where there is an opening at the time of intake.
- » Can I take medications?
Medications are allowed on a pre-approved basis that is assessed at interviews.
- » What do I bring?
One week's worth of clothing and personal hygiene supplies. You may bring a pillow, blanket, towel and shower shoes.
- » What is provided?
Housing in the form of a shared bedroom, individual and group counselling with an assigned counselor on addiction on all aspect of addiction, recovery, and relapse necessary for successful abstinence from substance abuse.
- » What is P90 Division HIPPA Policy? Who do I contact with questions?
Project Ninety takes seriously its responsibilities for protecting individually identifiable health information of our clients as well as other confidential information assets, such as employee information and proprietary business information. Our Policy and Procedure on Confidentiality and Security Responsibilities requires our organization, management, and members of the workforce to maintain the confidentiality and security of protected health information as well as all other information assets of P90.
Project Ninety will provide each of its clients a notice of privacy practices (Notice of Privacy Practices – Attachment A) to inform them of the uses and disclosures of protected health information we may make, and of their rights and our legal duties with respect to protected health information. At each occasion of service, we will determine if a notice of privacy practices has previously been supplied to a client. If not, we will provide the client with the notice and, except in an emergency treatment situation, make a good faith effort to obtain an acknowledgement of receipt. A copy of the acknowledgement will be put in the client file. If we are unable to obtain a written acknowledgment, we will document efforts to obtain the acknowledgment and reason why acknowledgment was not obtained. The notice will also be posted in prominent locations. Questions concerning the notice should be directed to the Clinical Director. Violation of the Confidentiality Law by a program is a crime. Suspected violations of the Confidentiality Law may be reported to the United States Attorney in the district where the violation occurs.
A copy of the Notice of Privacy Practices (in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Tagalog) may be obtained by contacting the Clinical Director at 650-579-7881 ext. 121.