The admissions process is the first step in entering an Arizona treatment center. Admissions coordinators are available to help and walk you through the different steps in the process. They will ask you a lot of questions, but don’t be intimated! The responses you give help the team understand your needs and ensure a safe and productive experience.
At Wolf Creek Recovery, many of our staff members are in recovery. This allows them to have a better understanding of your needs and challenges. There is absolutely no judging or criticisms. Our staff will cheer you on and celebrate your successes with you.
Below is more information about the admissions process. While each treatment center is unique, this will give you a basic understanding of what to expect.
Step 1: Tell us about yourself.
Like many other rehab facilities, Wolf Creek Recovery has admissions coordinators on call 24 hours a day. This way, you can speak to a real person day or night. We don’t want anything to stand in the way of receiving help.
When you first speak with our admissions team, you will be asked a series of questions. This is your opportunity to tell your story. The more you share about yourself, the better we can help.
Here are some examples of the questions you’ll be asked:
- What substance (or substances) are you addicted to?
- How long have you been struggling with addiction?
- What is the amount you take every day? How often do you use?
- Have you tried to quit before? If so, what was your experience?
- What are your goals for treatment?
- Do you have any co-occurring disorders that you’re aware of?
Step 2: Complete a pre-screening assessment.
The purpose of an assessment is to determine your clinical needs. You will be asked questions regarding your mental state, physical limitations and pre-existing conditions. This information will help us better determine the level of care you need.
Step 3: Review your insurance coverage.
After your pre-assessment, we’ll discuss your payment options. We accept insurance from most insurance providers like Aetna, Cigna, Beacon, Anthem, UMR and others. Our admissions team will run your insurance to determine your benefits and what you can expect to pay out of pocket for Arizona rehab.
Step 4: Receive a personalized recommendation.
When we gather the necessary information, we can make a personalized recommendation for care. Our IOP program in Prescott offers Phase One treatment, Phase Two treatment and Extended Care. We’ll determine which level of treatment you need and how it will help you reach your goals.
We also have a number of therapies, such as individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy, holistic therapies and an introduction to the 12 steps.
Step 5: Arrive at our facility and start your journey.
Once you arrive at our drug rehab in Arizona, things will move quickly. As an intensive outpatient program, you will not live permanently at our facility. You will have set times and days that you come to us for treatment. In the meantime, you will live at home with your family or in sober housing.
While this is a basic rundown of the admissions process, it hopefully gives you an idea of what to expect. Wolf Creek Recovery makes the process as simple and streamlined as possible, as we don’t want any barriers standing in the way of recovery. To connect with a caring, compassionate admissions counselor, contact our rehab facilities in Arizona today.
Finding purpose in pain is what Jonathon does best. He is a strong advocate for those suffering from substance use disorders. As a person in recovery, Jonathon knows how important it is to receive empathy and compassion. He recognizes that each person comes from a different set of circumstances and deserves to be valued and respected.
With a fresh perspective and compassionate attitude, Jonathon works closely with clients to help them let go of the past and know when to take necessary risks. The recovery process is ongoing, which means people need to move forward while applying the skills learned in treatment. Jonathon is a great motivator when it comes time for this!
Jonathon also places emphasis on the family unit and how it can make or break the recovery experience. Individuals with active, supportive families have far better outcomes. Jonathon realizes that it’s impossible to move mountains overnight, but with the right support team and positive attitude, anything is possible.