Get Started on Your Recovery Today
When you make the call asking for help, know that at the Healing Place, a compassionate and experienced admissions professionals at our detox and residential facilities will be waiting on the other end of the line. We understand how difficult this first step in recovery is and we are here to help make that step easier. Upon reaching out to us, you will learn more about the programming options we provide and what you can expect if admitted, as well as have any and all of your questions answered. We take the time to ensure that when you hang up the phone, you can breathe a sigh of relief.
The admissions process for both detox and residential treatment begins with an assessment and evaluation to help us better define your treatment needs. During this time, one of our admissions specialists will begin gathering information, including your past history with substance abuse, family history, and your past and current mental health status. We do not judge any of our clients based on the information they provide us, rather we encourage them to be as open and honest as possible. This allows for us to implement appropriate treatment plans for all who come through our doors.
In addition to establishing a strong foundation of your personal background, our detox and residential admissions team will also be working to determine if your insurance provides full or partial coverage for your treatment. This will help you and your loved ones have a better idea of what you will and will not be financially responsible for. As soon as all of your paperwork has been completed, you will be invited to come to the Healing Place to begin your treatment. Usually, this is a quick turnaround time, as we understand the severity of the disease of addiction.
What to Bring
Prior to your arrival at the Healing Place, it is important that you are fully prepared for your stay. We want you to be as comfortable as possible, which is why we encourage you to pack the following items.
Clothes appropriate to the season.
Personal items including toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, soap etc.
Any tobacco products you use. The staff goes to the store on Wednesdays to resupply.
A small amount of money for the tobacco store or sodas from the drink machine.
Any prescriptions you are currently using.
What Not to Bring
We are pleased to provide a safe environment for each one of our clients. It is our goal to ensure the comfort, security, and wellbeing of everyone at all times. Therefore, we do not allow specific things to be brought to our facility. Please do not bring any of the following items with you. If you do, they will be confiscated prior to admission.
Drugs, alcohol, or any related paraphernalia of any kind
Knives, razors, guns, or other potentially dangerous objects/weapons
Electronic devices such as computers, tablets, etc.
Pets (dogs, cats, fish, etc.)
Aerosol items (hairspray, sunscreen, computer cleaner, etc.)
Insurance Verification Form
You can have your insurance verified prior to your admission to the Healing Place simply by filling out the form below.