The Treatment Center Admissions Process
Choosing the right addiction treatment facility is never easy. It can be stressful, overwhelming, or even scary. We understand this, so we’re here to put your mind at ease. At The Treatment Center, we aim to make the transition into treatment as smooth as possible. We guarantee that you will receive the highest level of care— and it starts with the admissions process.
Our Admissions Counselors are always available to answer your questions and help you start your recovery journey:
You can reach us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays.
Take the First Step Toward a Better Life
The first step of any journey is always the hardest, but starting the addiction recovery process can be especially challenging. Still, you must remember that you are not alone on the road to recovery. Our Admissions Counselors know firsthand what you are going through and are available to guide you every step of the way. You can reach our Admissions Counselors at any time of day by phone or by starting an online chat.
All consultations are confidential and free of charge.
During your conversation, your Admissions Counselor will provide you with any information you’d like to know about The Treatment Center and its programs. The Admissions Counselor may also ask you a variety of questions about your addiction, your history of use, your current substance abuse status, your behavioral health, and your overall well-being.
Insurance Verification and the Cost of Treatment
During the initial assessment, you and your Admissions Counselor will discuss treatment costs at our facility. Additionally, you will receive a free insurance verification to check your eligibility for our programs and services. These steps in the admissions process allow our team to assess how much of the treatment costs will be covered by the health insurance provided. Most major health insurances cover some, if not all, of addiction treatment costs. Our team will also determine if you have any remaining financial responsibility outside of what your insurance can cover. If the health insurance provided does not cover addiction treatment, then don’t worry. The Treatment Center also offers affordable, personalized private payment options. We believe that everyone is entitled to good health and lifelong sobriety, regardless of their insurance. Contact us for more details.
Traveling Long-distance for Treatment
At The Treatment Center, our Admissions staff makes your comfort a priority. If you need help reaching our facility, our Admissions Counselors will assist you with coordinating your travel arrangements depending on your location. If you are traveling through an airport, we will also arrange for a professional driver to meet you when your flight lands. This pick-up service will take you from the airport directly to The Treatment Center’s main facility in South Florida.
What to Bring With You to Rehab
Before your entry into The Treatment Center, our Admissions Counselors will provide you with a list of recommendations for what to bring and what not to bring to rehab. This list includes clothing, toiletries, and miscellaneous items. If you have any questions or concerns about the things you can or cannot bring, please call us to speak with an Admissions Counselor.
Arriving At The Treatment Center
We understand that you have been through a lot up to this point. When you arrive at the facility, our staff members will be ready to welcome you and help you feel at home. A Patient Care Specialist will escort you to a private room where you can relax and officially begin the recovery process. From that point forward, our medical staff will perform an assessment and work with you to build an individualized treatment plan. This plan will address all of your needs and recovery goals with your unique situation in mind.
The first step towards recovery can be tough, but it is one of the best decisions you will ever make.
Contact our addiction treatment center and start rebuilding your life today: (866) 295-6003.
We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.