*Notice of Priority Admissions to Substance Use Treatment
The Federal Department of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, has identified certain populations that must receive priority admission to treatment when the cost of the services is covered by the Federal Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment (SAPT) Block Grant. Since Gateway is a recipient of Block Grant funding, these populations have priority status for admissions because of their impact on families and society.
Preferences of treatment will be given in the following order:
- Pregnant women who inject drugs
- Other pregnant women who need treatment
- Others who inject drugs
- Others who need treatment
Q: What is Gateway and what kind of services do you provide?
A: Gateway is a private non-profit drug and alcohol rehabilitation agency committed to building better communities by taking action against drug addiction. Our wide range of services includes e-therapy, residential and outpatient treatment programs for adults, adolescents, women with children, transitional recovery housing and more.
Q: Where is Gateway located?
A: Our administrative offices and primary location for adult services is located off Interstate 10 at 555 Stockton Street, Jacksonville, FL 32204.
Q: What is the first step on the road to recovery?
A: Recognizing you have a problem and seeking help for it. Listen to others. If those around you are telling you that you need help, don’t wait until you get a DUI, commit a crime, or lose your job before seeking help. The first step is asking for help.
Q: How much will treatment cost?
A: It depends on the types of services you require and the length of time you require them. Your treatment plan will be determined following your assessment and our customer service representative will go over your plan and the fees.
Q: Do I need insurance to receive treatment from Gateway?
A: Not necessarily. Gateway accepts cash, credit cards, and some insurance plans. All of our services are provided on a sliding fee scale. Some insurance companies have co-pays, which must be paid at the time service is rendered. Private pay for services enables you to benefit from our treatment programs immediately.
Q: What if I am deaf or hard-of-hearing?
A: In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, appropriate auxiliary aids and services are provided at no cost to deaf and hard-of-hearing clients and companions. Persons needing special accommodations to participate in any meeting/hearing should contact Michael Bennet (904) 387-4661 Ext. 1059 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.