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The admissions process to a residential treatment program or even an IOP or outpatient program can be intimidating to many suffering from drug or alcohol addiction. Picking up that phone to ask for help is a hurdle for many people. His and Her House is proud to ease this transition as much as possible for our clients – our supportive staff, from the treatment specialist you’ll speak to initially to our intake staff to the professionals at the facilities themselves are all focused on letting you concentrate on your recovery.
Stages of Admission
Talk with our intake coordinators. Call now and our agents will help you with assessing your recovery needs, and help to set up insurance and payment methods. They will get our intake team ready to welcome you to the facility by outlining your addiction or mental health information.
Decide on inpatient or outpatient treatment. Residential treatment is recommended for most addictions as it provides long-term (30 days or more) separation from the distractions of daily life. However, outpatient treatment may be the better option for those have other obligations. It is additionally a more affordable option for many.
Medical and psychological assessments. Our team will assess your medical and psychological needs upon admission. This allows us to formulate a personalized, unique treatment plan geared for your unique needs.
Family Engagement. His House urges that the families of our clients stay engaged through the admissions process. No one is more important to the recovery process than the family.
Withdrawal is a real concern. After initial admission, we offer medically supervised detoxification
procedures to clear the substances from your body and get you ready to begin long-term treatment.
Treatment. Once the initial stages are complete, your treatment really begins. Various medications and therapeutic procedures are used depending on your specific needs.
Get Your Life Back On Track! Our Intake Coordinators are ready for your call 24 hours a day: