Primary Admission Criteria
- Internal motivation to seek treatment for their addiction and enter into recovery – more than a legal mandate or pressure from others.
- No mental health issues that might represent a concern for the safety of themselves or the other residents.
- No behavioral health concerns that are best addressed/treated in a psychiatric facility with close supervision.
- No requirement for a specialized program for conditions such as sex addiction or a severe eating disorder.
- Resident must be ambulatory with no medical conditions that require the constant physician care found in a hospital setting.
The Admission Process
The admission process moves quickly and often results in same-day arrival for treatment:
- The Institute will conﬁrm an individual’s health insurance benefits and provide the best possible estimate of costs.
- A telephone interview with an admissions counselor will obtain the information the Clinical Team needs to conduct their review and provide approval for admission. (Hospitals may fax medical records.)
- The time for arrival is established and preparations made to welcome the new resident.
- Most commercial insurances accepted.
- Staff dedicated to maximizing insurance beneﬁts.
- Financing plans can be arranged.
- Staff will assist with employer notiﬁcation, arranging FMLA leave and short term disability.
- When available, the Institute will use PA Act 106 to ensure the availability of insurance beneﬁts.