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Recovery is a Journey. Take the First Step.
Starting Point Recovery makes getting in to medically supervised detox or inpatient drug and alcohol rehab simple and easy. What sets us apart from other providers of service is that we maintain facilities nationwide to cater to the needs of anyone that needs treatment anywhere in the United States. From executive rehabilitation centers to low-cost, high-quality options, our mission is to help people that want treatment obtain the highest level of care possible. What follows is a description of the admissions process so you know what you can expect when you call.
When you first reach out to us you’ll be connected with an Admissions Advisor that will guide you through every step of the drug and alcohol rehab admissions process. They’ll ask questions about your current situation including your history of substance use, living situation and other brief questions to help determine the best possible treatment options for you.
Your Admissions Advisor is available to answer your questions about treatment and describe your options. If you have health insurance, your Admissions Advisor will verify your insurance benefits for you so you won’t have to navigate through the complex insurance system on your own.
If you do not have insurance, don’t worry. Starting Point Recovery offers a wide variety of options to get you in to drug and alcohol rehab including, but not limited to financing and low-cost, flexible payment plans.
Choosing a Facility
Your Admissions Advisor will take in to consideration your need for detox, your substance of abuse and previous treatment history as well as your insurance benefits and present you with a number of options to suit your individual needs. The individual needs of each of our clients varies significantly and this plays a part in helping to determine patient options.
With a number of options to choose from, you’ll ultimately make the decision as to where you prefer to get drug and alcohol rehab. Our goal is to provide you with options that fit your needs. Once you’ve made a decision, we will help you make travel arrangements to treatment.
Making Travel Arrangements
Some of our clients make travel arrangements on their own but most like to use our Admissions Advisors to help them coordinate travel to treatment. Travel to and from treatment may include ground and air transportation and we like to help our clients insure they get to where they need to go on time, safely.
What to Bring to Treatment
If you’re going to treatment, bring 4-5 changes of clothes as well as exercise clothing and a pair of tennis or running shoes. Diet and exercise are an important part of the recovery process. You’ll want to bring basic toiletries such as a brush or comb, toothbrush, toothpaste and deodorant. Do not bring mouthwash with alcohol, weapons including pocketknives, drugs, alcohol or anything you would not be able to take on to an airplane.
If you have questions about what you can or cannot bring, including prescription medication, please call your Admissions Advisor. Each of our facilities maintains different policies on what patients may bring with them to treatment. For further clarification, reach out to your Admissions Advisor.
Get Help Now
Getting in to treatment is not as hard as you think. The first step in the admissions process is admitting that you or a loved one needs help. When you call Starting Point Recovery, you’ll find our admissions staff knowledgable and caring. Our goal is to help you choose the best location for treatment that meets your individual needs. We’ll assess your current situation and discuss insurance, financing and even travel arrangements and help you or a loved one get to in to treatment as soon as possible.
If you’re ready to get the help you deserve call Starting Point Recovery today at (888) 446-9821 or simply use the contact form on this page to send us a message.
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