Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How long is your treatment program?
A: The length of individual treatment at Decision Point is a based upon ASAM criteria driven treatment goals.
Q: Do you allow visitation?
A: Residential Clients are allowed visitation. The hours are as follows: Saturday - 1:00pm to 2:00pm Family Awareness,
2:00pm to 3:00pm Visitation. Sunday - 1:00pm to 2:00pm Church, 2:00pm to 3:00pm Visitation. Sunday, clients and
family are welcome to attend non-denominational services held at Decision Point.
Q: Do you accept insurance?
A: Decision Point accepts most insurance and policies can be verified by our intake and assessment staff upon request.
Decision Point does not take Medicaid or Medicare.
Q:. Do you have financing available?
A: Yes financing is available, for more information please contact one of our intake specialists
Q:. What is your facility like?
A: We are located on a seven acre campus just off of Walton Boulevard in Bentonville, Arkansas. Decision Point is a 75,000
square foot facility with semi-private rooms, recreation areas inside and out, cafeteria, laundry facilities, and common
day rooms. Our Chem Free Living campus is located in Springdale, Arkansas.
Q. What personal belongings can I bring with me?
A. The following items are allowed: 7 days of clothing, comfortable shoes, notebook, pens, envelopes, stamps, laundry
soap, 2 rolls of quarters, phone card, DO NOT BRING anything that contains ALCOHOL (mouthwash, etc.). NO tank tops,
dew rags, caps, revealing clothing, low rider jeans, aerosol aids, electrical appliances, and battery operated devices.
You may bring an alarm clock DO NOT BRING reading material unless spiritual or AA based. All client personal effects will
be screened and inventoried upon entry into the program.
Q: How do I get admitted?
A: COMPLETE THE ONLINE SCREENING FORM OR contact Decision Point Intake and Admissions Coordinator for a
CONFIDENTIAL initial screening. After gathering confidential information, an assessment will be scheduled for admission
into the most appropriate level of care. Financial arrangements can be made by phone or during intake.