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How long is the stay at treatment?

The length of time you spend in treatment will vary by the level of care you required. A stay in medical detox is 5-10 days to stabilize. Once stabilized it is recommended to attend a residential treatment program for up to 30 days. 

What do I bring with me?

Some ideal items to bring with you to rehab are:

  1. Loose-fitting comfortable clothing for daytime
  2. Socks and undergarments
  3. Sleepwear
  4. Bathrobe
  5. Sandals
  6. Light-weight jackets and sweaters
  7. Workout attire for exercise sessions and yoga sessions
  8. Sneakers and other comfortable shoes
  9. Personal appliances and toiletries (must not contain alcohol)
  10. Blow dryer
  11. Toothbrush
  12. All active insurance cards
  13. List of medications you currently take as well as your prescription bottles
  14. Photo ID such as a driver’s license
  15. Advance directive documents, if you have them, such as a living will or durable power of attorney for healthcare decisions; you can also find advance directive forms and learn how to use them free of charge on your State Bar Association’s website
  16. HMO/PPO referral forms (if required)
  17. Medical records or previous test results, if your physician has requested them​
  18. Written letter of authorization from your insurance carrier, if you’re covered by worker’s compensation​
  19. A check or credit card for deductibles, copayments or deposits​
  20. Honesty, open-mindedness, and willingness. 

How do I start the admission process?

Starting the rehab admission process is very easy. You can either give us a call us now or you can fill out your information and submit it in on our contact page and one of our team members will give you a call back.

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If you or a loved one are suffering with drug addiction or alcoholism, 

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