Rehab Admissions at A Path To Recovery

You’ve decided to get help from a drug and alcohol addiction center, which is a courageous step. We appreciate the significance of that decision, and that you came to us. At A Path To Recovery Detox, we’re committed to making your rehab admissions process a respectful and compassionate experience.

Our Rehab Admissions Process

A Path To Recovery Detox, we take care of all the logistics of entering medical detox and addiction treatment so that you can focus on what’s most important, healing and getting well.

The rehab admissions process begins with a complimentary, confidential assessment. Our expert advisors then work directly to ensure you obtain the maximum coverage available under your insurance plan.

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Treatment Options at A Path To Recovery

There is a no-size-fits-all solution to addiction treatment. Everyone is at different stages, and therefore, at Path To Recovery, we offer a variety of treatment options for people who are struggling with addiction.

The best way to decide what type of program you should choose is to talk directly with a treatment center. Your substance abuse evaluation during the rehab admissions process will help us determine the best course of action.


What to Bring to Rehab

During your recovery, we want to make sure you are at home in a comfortable environment with the necessary tools for long-term success. Here is what we suggest would be helpful to bring with you to rehab:

  • Clothing
  • Toiletries
  • Points of contact
  • Some valuables
  • Medications
  • Identification/Insurance cards
  • Money
  • Notebook or a journal
  • Pictures
  • An open mind


For detox, you will need three to four pairs of clothing, but just in case, it is good to pack extra clothes and toiletries so you are extra prepared.

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Deodorant, shampoo, body wash, razors, and shaving cream will be provided.

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Points of contact

A list of names, addresses, and phone numbers of those you wish to have involved in your treatment or in case of an emergency. (Loved ones, doctors, sponsors, etc.)

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Some valuables

We suggest you bring some sentimental items, such as jewelry that you wear every day like your wedding ring or a watch. Otherwise, leave other valuable items at home.

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You should also bring a list of all your medications and dosages. A list of medications that are allowed will be provided to you. You may bring current prescription medication that is in the original pharmacy bottle with the information label intact. Any liquid medications must be new and sealed.

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Identification/Insurance cards

Don’t forget your forms of identification (driver’s license, passport, etc.) Also, bring your insurance cards to help with verifying your insurance and benefits for treatment cost purposes. Can bring a calling card also if your facility requires them for long-distance phone calls.

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A small amount of cash ($50- $100 and some smaller change), in addition to checks, and credit/debit cards.

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Notebook or a journal

We suggest you bring a notebook or a journal as writing, drawing, etc is therapeutic and can be a nice activity to help make recovery a little easier.

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Pictures of your loved ones in your room or wallet can help keep you motivated and supported during recovery.

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An open mind

We ask that you bring yourself along with an open mind to treatment.

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Here at Path to Recovery, we genuinely believe your experience is what you make it. We will offer the proper detox medication along with education/informative groups. This will help clients cope with ways to live with the disease of addiction and better understand it as a whole.

Financing Options

Out Of Pocket Payments:

If you or a loved one has paid for your care, in full for a specific service or item, you have the right to request that your PHI for that service or item not be disclosed to a health plan for purposes of healthcare operations.

Here at Path to Recovery, we are required by law to honor that request unless terminated affirmatively by you in writing and when disclosures aren’t required by the law. This request must be made in writing.

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Accepted Insurances

At A Path to Recovery, our goal is to provide our patients with the tools needed to make a genuine change that is permanent in their lives. To find freedom from addiction is an essential but challenging journey to take. Our staff is dedicated to supplying the resources and support necessary to achieve each goal.

We will be able to answer questions on funding, payment, and insurance before your admission. Here at Path to Recovery, we understand these are vital questions to consider. Your insurance plan could cover either half or all of your treatment costs. Our admissions team will help to verify all of your options.

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The Initial Rehab Admissions Process

At A Path To Recovery, our rehab admissions process requires 4-steps:

  • Step 1: An Initial Screening Call

    At Path to Recovery, we pride ourselves on being open 24/7. We will be able to provide you with answers to your questions about any part of the admissions process. There are so many reasons to choose Path to Recovery. We strive to assist you in reclaiming your destiny.

  • Step 2: An In-Person Assessment To Determine Treatment Needs

    Here at Path to Recovery, we excel at maximizing an individual’s chances for successful treatment specifically individualized for them. Come see us in person! We are here to assist.

  • Step 3: Registration For A Customized Treatment Plan

    We understand that each individual might struggle with various addictions ranging from drugs, alcohol, and substance abuse. This is why we have a long-term follow-up plan put into place to prevent relapse. Behavioral counseling also provides a great service to individuals undergoing dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorders. Our evaluation and treatment for co-occurring mental health issues determine if a person is undergoing anxiety or depression.

  • Step 4: A Medical Assessment Including A Drug Screening

    Our medical assessment will prepare you for the detoxification process. The detoxification process is the process in which the body rids itself of alcohol and drugs. We will provide medication for tobacco, opioids, alcohol addiction, and benzodiazepines.

You Don’t Need To Go far for Quality Treatment

Our program is designed to help each advance the health and well-being of every client. In our residential treatment centers, clients will attend 6 hours of mental and substance groups every day to better understand the disease of addiction as well as themselves. Contact us today to get started.

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