Begin a journey to recovery…
Our admissions team will lead you every step of the way on your journey to recovery. Let us guide you today.
Request an evaluation from our admissions coordinator.
Use our online contact form, send an email or call us.
Our admissions coordinator will contact you to set up a phone evaluation that will determine if our program will benefit you or your loved one.
- Biographical Data
- Insurance policy & benefits information
- A summarized substance use & treatment history
- Any personal history that would aid in determining appropriateness for admission.
What to expect?
Making a change
What do I bring?
- Comfortable Clothes—including a light sweater or jacket and walking shoes; clothing must be appropriate at all times (laundry facilities are available)
- Sleepwear, including slippers and robe
- Toiletries—toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, soap, shaving cream and razor
- Small electronics—iPod, clock radio, alarm clock, blow dryer, hair iron
- Medications—all prescription medications in pharmacy dispensed bottles, over-the-counter medication such as aspirin, vitamins and antacids will be kept in a secure place for you
- Personal mementos, such as family photos and other sentimental belongings
- Snacks for special diets, such as low-fat or gluten-free; otherwise, snacks are provided
- Your own pillow and/or additional blankets; however, bedding is provided
- Small amount of cash for vending machines and occasional outings
- Insurance card
- Photo ID
- Discharge Records or Medical Records if transitioning from another facility
What not to bring
- Products containing alcohol-based ingredients
- Revealing clothing or clothing that advertises/glorifies use of alcohol or drugs
- Highly caffeinated products such as Red Bull, Surge, Monster or Jolt
- Pagers, laptops, portable DVD players
Where will I stay?
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MILLION females (or 15.4 percent) ages 18 or older have used illicit* drugs in the past year.
MILLION females (or 6.6 percent) ages 18 and older have misused prescription drugs in the past year.
Source: National Institute on Drug Abuse; National Institutes of Health; U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. *The term “illicit” refers to the use of illegal drugs, including marijuana according to federal law, and misuse of prescription medications.