Finding a rehabilitation facility can be difficult, even daunting—especially for those who have no prior experience with drug and alcohol rehab. There are many rehab facilities out there—but how do you know which one is best for your loved one?
At Above It All Treatment Center, one of our foremost priorities is to make rehab as accessible and effective as possible for anyone struggling with addiction. If you have a loved one who is struggling with drug or alcohol addiction, we invite you to contact us today and take advantage of our simple and supportive admissions process.
How the Admissions Process Works
An important aspect of how Above It All Treatment Center operates is our belief in treating individuals, and in truly getting to know our clients as people. As such, the admission process is an important step for us in learning about you and your struggle with addiction. We take an individualized approach to each client. Nothing is ever “cookie-cutter” or “one-size-fits-all.”
When your loved one first arrives at one of Above It All’s partner facilities, the initial step is a conversation. Your loved one will speak with one of the addiction recovery specialists, who will take a deeper dive into their needs for recovery. Addiction specialists will create an addiction recovery plan that we tailor to meet the needs of your loved one. The process moves forward from there.
Drug and Alcohol Intervention Services
Your concern may not be the admissions process itself, but actually getting your loved one to Above It All for treatment. Certainly, we do not recommend coercion—but at the same time, we understand that addiction is often accompanied by denial. Your loved one may be unwilling to admit that they have a problem.
What can be done to persuade your loved one to seek rehabilitation? A big part of it is going to be expressing your concern, your support, your encouragement and your love. With that said, an intervention may also be effective. Above It All is pleased to offer intervention services through our partner facilities, which you can use to help you speak more effectively to your friend or loved one, to break down their denial, to show them their need for change, and ultimately to demonstrate the value in recovery.
Preparing for Rehabilitation
As you help your loved one prepare for a stay in rehab, there are sure to be some questions that come to mind. Some of the most common questions involve what you are, and are not, allowed to bring to the partners of Above It All. We have prepared a list of these items that we hope you will find helpful.
For further questions about this delicate period of transition, we encourage you to consult our Frequently Asked Questions page. For all other questions, you are always welcome to contact our Admissions team directly.
Insurance Accepted for Addiction Treatment
At Above It All, we aspire to make drug and alcohol addiction treatment as accessible as possible—and that means making it affordable to those who need it. To that end, we are happy to accept a wide range of health insurance carriers. Additionally, we can work with individuals to develop flexible payment plans, providing a helping hand during unique or trying situations. Financing is also available through Prosper and Freedom Consulting; be sure to ask us about it!
We hope that anyone who needs addiction recovery treatment will seek it out—because we know that it works, and that nobody is beyond the hope of redemption. There is no addiction too deep that it cannot be treated. Learn more, and start the recovery process for yourself, your friend or loved one, by contacting our Admissions team today.