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Admissions Process for Our Treatment Programs

The admissions process to bridges of hope drug and alcohol treatment programs is created to allow you or your loved ones get the best treatment experience and put you well on the path to recovery. In some cases, there may be a need for an intervention before the commencement of treatment. Our counselors can help you with that.

At Bridges of Hope, your satisfaction as an individual is our utmost priority. We want you to transit into treatment with the accurate knowledge about the treatment process. With this, you will know what to expect and be ready for the recovery process.

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Making The First Step Towards Recovery

When you make your first phone call, you will get in touch with a representative from our admissions unit. We will walk you through the admission process, discuss with you on your addiction struggles, talk about insurance benefits, and even the treatment programs offered. We will discuss your treatment options and help you decide which program best fits your condition. While making your first phone call, the following will form the subject of your discussion with our admissions representative:

• What type of treatment do you need?
• How do you and your family plan traveling for treatment?
• Information on your insurance packages
• Information on our facilities, treatment programs and, duration of treatment.
• Helping in assigning an intervention specialist for you if necessary

Nothing is more important to us than your situation and our aim is to give you the best treatment that will place you on the path to recovery. As a corporate institution, we work closely with various Insurance firms. We also work with several companies individually, based on each person’s benefits. Insurance plans are different, so we urge you to contact us so our admissions representative can get in touch with your insurance company and examine your individual plan to verify your coverage.

Upon Arrival To Bridges Of Hope

Your journey to recovery begins the moment you get into our facility. You will meet our staff and other patients. Our rehab center provides one of the best addiction treatment programs. Upon arrival, you will undergo an assessment to determine your health status, medical history, drug of choice, and the severity of your addiction problem. Upon completion of your assessment, you will be allowed to tour the facility and familiarize yourself with the environment.

Detox is necessary for every patient admitted. It helps mop up all traces of alcohol and drugs from your body. Our detox process is medically supervised and we will make this a comfortable experience for you. Upon completion of your detox, your inpatient treatment session begins.
Please understand that drug detox requires the services of highly qualified personnel. Our detox program painstakingly evaluates both the physical and chemical components of your situation, not leaving out your medical and addiction history. Services provided are elegant and incomparable, with excellent accommodation, first-class amenities as well as hardworking, courteous and, full-time staff of therapists, nurses and addiction experts. The confidentiality and privacy of your situation, as well as treatment, is guaranteed. Our detox program offers services for both adults and adolescents.


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