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Admission Process

In order to assess each patient’s medical, psychological and social admission processhistory and determine the appropriate level of care, the Clinical Assessment team will conduct a comprehensive assessment prior to admission. These assessments generally take about one hour and can be conducted in person or over the phone. This is the first step in the admission process.

Assessments will be conducted directly with clients and family members (if appropriate), or if you work with an outpatient treatment team. The Clinical Assessment team will collect relevant information from those professionals in advance of your admission. Should you elect to move forward with admission, this assessment data is used to support the treatment team in designing an individualized treatment plan that meets your unique needs.

On the date of admission, a member of the Clinical Assessment department will walk clients and their families through the intake process, which includes relevant paperwork, a tour the facility, explanation of our code of conduct for each patient and an introduction to the treatment team. During the admission process we encourage the family and clients to ask any questions they might have.

The admission note with the contracted physician orders, serves as the initial treatment plan. A master treatment plan is completed within 48 hours of admission. Based on the medical assessment, client report, and information supplied by the family of the client and/or referral source.

Within 72 hours of admission the primary therapist/case manager completes a psychosocial history.  Many individuals are intimidated by this part of the admissions process, but this is the start of real healing for the client. Our staff is here to help you recover, and we only have your best interests in mind. It is important for clients to be as open and honest as possible during the alcohol and drug rehab admissions process.