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Congratulations on taking the next step towards recovery. Here’s what to expect.

We begin our admissions process with a brief screening, ensuring that you receive the level of care that meets your actual need. We want to ensure that you move forward on the path towards long-term success.

We’re available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to conduct initial screenings. Since we accept most insurance to cover the cost of treatment, we can verify your coverage and eligibility and quickly determine and estimate of your carrier’s portion of payment.

We urge you to contact one of our admissions specialists. If we determine that we’re not able to meet your needs, we’ll find someone who can.

What (and What Not) To Bring

We look forward to being a part of your recovery process and want your stay with us to be comfortable. The following are guidelines for what to bring and what not to bring to treatment. Recovery is a journey. It is our intention to make your journey as pleasant and pain-free as possible by being accommodating in any way that we can. That starts with helping clients through the detox process as quickly and painlessly as possible, then proceeding to work with clients on resolving issues and laying the foundation for long-term sobriety.

To Bring:

  • Photo ID and insurance card (if applicable)
  • 5 days worth of clothes
  • Gym clothes and shoes
  • Personal hygiene supplies: toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, body wash, shampoo
  • A family picture
  • iPod or MP3 player for use at the gym and during free time (no phones with SIM card)
  • 30 days worth of medication
  • Shower shoes
  • Minimal spending money

Not to Bring:

  • Drugs or alcohol
  • Weapons
  • Camera
  • Cologne, mouthwash, or aftershave, or any alcohol-containing products
  • Inappropriate or offensive materials
  • Laptops
  • Expensive jewelry/watches (please leave at home)

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We are in-network with most insurance companies.

Please call us to see if your HMO, PPO, or EPO insurance plan will cover your treatment. Or ask us about our affordable self-pay plans.