Frequently Asked Questions

How do I go about getting help with my addiction to drugs/alcohol?
The first step is to schedule an appointment to complete and Alcohol and Other Drug Assessment. You may schedule that appointment with Sojourner Recovery Services by contacting the Intake Coordinator at (513) 896-3465.
Do you have to live in Butler County to receive services?
No, you do not have to live in Butler County to receive services. Sojourner provides services to clients from many counties including Butler, Hamilton, Clermont, Preble, Warren, and Montgomery.
How long is your waiting list for services?
The waiting list for each location is different and fluctuates. It also depends on clients’ assessment information and the level of care to which they are referred.
How long is your treatment program?
Sojourner provides individualized treatment. Thus, length of treatment is different for each client and can vary from three to six months.
What is the cost?
The only cost for Medicaid clients is your co-pay. If you do not have Medicaid, a funding source must be provided. Please see clinic manager for clarification.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes, Sojourner is in-network with some private insurance carriers, but if we are not in network with your carrier individuals can submit charges to their insurance company. We recommend clients check with their insurance company regarding reimbursement rates and coverage.
Is treatment confidential?
Yes, treatment is confidential. However, Sojourner clients are required to sign Disclosure of Consent forms for all referral sources and other agencies with which clients are involved or received services.
What types of treatment (Levels of Care) are there?
We offer Non Intensive Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient, and Residential treatment services, as well as Ambulatory Detox and Medication-Assisted Treatment when appropriate.
What can I bring to residential treatment?
  • 1-2 weeks’ worth of clothing (washer and dryer are available)
  • Radio with headphones
  • Cigarettes (allowed for legal smoking aged adults
  • Toiletries
  • Blankets
  • Pillow
  • Alarm clock
  • A cash for vending machines

Please do not bring valuables as Sojourner is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.

How long will I receive Medicated Assisted Treatment?
Treatment needs are individually based. You will meet with your doctor frequently when beginning services for evaluation of medication adjustments or concerns. You will continue to receive MAT services as long as you are treatment compliant.
What happens if I miss an appointment?
Follow up appointments are vital for you to continue your prescription. Prescriptions will not be filled if appointments are missed