Acknowledging the problem is the most challenging part
Now let’s get you admitted to our treatment program.
Our intensive program prepares our patients for re-entry into society.
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What to expect on your first day
A warm greeting
When you arrive, you will be welcomed by one of our intake coordinators. They will help you complete any necessary paperwork and give you a tour.
A member of our nursing staff will take your vitals, ask about your medical history and any medications you may be taking and ask for a urine sample to determine what substances are in your system.
Creating a treatment plan
Your information will be used to create a customized treatment plan designed to help you achieve long-lasting sobriety. In addition, staff will take inventory of your belongings and safeguard anything that doesn’t meet our guidelines.
Our admissions team will evaluate your paperwork. Our medical team will determine whether to enter you into our detox program or directly into our short-term rehab treatment program.
Our contemporary facility is prime for optimum comfort, efficiency, and security. Recovery is hard, so it’s essential to feel safe and comfortable. We thought of everything so you could focus on getting well.
Items to bring with you
A week’s worth of comfortable, modest clothing (no short-shorts, spaghetti or strapless tops)
Socks & undergarments
Modest workout clothing
Comfortable shoes such as sneakers and a pair of slippers
Alcohol-free toiletries: Shampoo, Conditioner, Soap,Toothbrush / Toothpaste, Deodorant, Makeup &makeup remover
Electric shaver or razor with a plastic handle/casing
Medications – Must be in original, labeled bottles
Personal contact list
Any assistive devices (i.e. walker, cane)
ID and insurance card
Reading material, journals
Items better left at home
Cell phones, laptops, tablets, TVs or other streaming devices
Revealing clothes or clothes depicting offensive slogans, gang symbols or that promote alcohol and drug use
Scissors or sharp objects, including metal nail files, bottle/can openers, straight-edged razors
Over-the counter medications or vitamins
Perfume, cologne, or mouthwash, unless clearly labeled “Alcohol-free”
Weapons of any kind
Valuables such as large amounts of cash, jewelry or designer items