Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)
How much do services cost?
CKF Addiction Treatment utilizes a sliding scale based on a client’s income to determine the cost of treatment. There is also state funding available to those clients who can verify that their income is 200% of the national poverty level or below.
Does insurance cover CKF’s treatment services?
CKF Addiction Treatment does accept insurance and many types of insurance cover drug and alcohol treatment services. Check with your insurance carrier to confirm what coverage is available or bring your insurance information with you to our office and the staff will be happy to assist you in verifying coverage for treatment services.
What can I expect when I come for treatment?
When you come to CKF Addiction Treatment for treatment, you will be treated with respect and will work with individuals who want to understand your story. By understanding your story, we will be able to work with you on deciding a course of treatment that provides the best opportunity for sustained recovery.
Why should I choose CKF?
CKF Addiction Treatment has been providing treatment services since 1967. We have been able to do so by having a compassionate and knowledgeable staff who care about your success in our programs and in your life as a whole. At CKF Addiction Treatment, our number one goal is to provide the best service possible to our customers.
Will my participation remain private?
We are committed to protecting the confidentiality of our records containing information about you. Each time you visit a hospital, physician, or other healthcare provider, a record of your visit is made. Typically, this record contains your symptoms, examination/interview and test results, diagnoses, treatment, a plan for your future care or treatment, and billing related information. Such records are necessary for the healthcare provider to provide you with quality care and to comply with certain legal requirements. To read about our Privacy Practices, click here.
Find a Meeting
- Kansas AA Meetings
- Kansas Al-Anon
- Mid-America NA Meetings
- In the Rooms (online meetings)
- NA Recovery Chat
- 12 Step Forums
Substance Abuse Prevention and Education Resources
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
- National Institute on Drug Abuse
- NIDA for Teens
- Addiction Center: Alcohol Abuse Prevention
Local Service Agencies
- Catholic Charities
- Child Advocacy and Parenting Services
- Emergency Aid/Food Bank
- Salina Rescue Mission
- United Way
Kansas Prevention Collaborative
The collaborative has two main goals:
- Integrate behavioral health prevention efforts (substance use disorders, suicide prevention, mental health promotion, problem gambling education and awareness)
- Allocate greater resources to local level, community-driven prevention efforts
The Kansas Prevention Collaborative website has a wide range of resources for local communities including information on prevention topics, eLearning modules, and a listing of local coalitions across the state working in different prevention areas.