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for A Loved One

Admissions

Follow these steps and your loved one will get help.

One of the most difficult parts of rehab for substance use disorder (SUD) or addiction is for people with SUD to realize and accept that they have a problem. Often, it’s the people around that person who recognize the problem. Therefore, convincing a loved one to get help could save their life.

The first step is always the most important.

Our inpatient rehab treatment services provide patients with a safe environment to get healthy. We deliver the highest quality treatment delivered with compassion, integrity and professionalism. Rehab is a wonderful, life-changing experience. Here’s what to expect from our admissions process below. Of course, our team of experts is always available 24/7 to answer any questions you may have.

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Step 1

Start The Process

Entering rehab is a life-changing and emotionally rewarding step—but it’s important to know you’re not alone. We have resources available to help guide you through the nurturing conversation with your loved one. Our inpatient team is always available to help guide the admissions process, answering any questions or concerns.

Step 2

Your Loved One Will Share Their Story

When we first talk to your loved one, we’ll inquire about their current situation, their personal and substance abuse history and other medical information. This conversation will help us uncover the best way to assist them.

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Step 3

Discuss Their Treatment Options

Every person’s story is different. Therefore, we develop individualized treatment plans to help solve the specific needs of our patients.

Step 4

Explore Insurance/ Payment Options

We accept most major health plans to help pay for your loved one’s treatment. In a matter of minutes, we can verify their benefits by submitting insurance information via this form.

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Visiting the Facility for the First Time

Once their bags are packed, we can coordinate their journey to one of our facilities.

Need help now?

Same day admission may be available to you.

Admissions FAQ

How do I convince someone to go to rehab?

When a person is addicted to drugs or alcohol, it can seem nearly impossible to convince them to seek help. Staging an intervention is often a last resort, but when done right, it can get them to better understand that there are options to start living a brighter life, with hope and encouragement.

How long is inpatient rehab?

We offer 30-day, 60-day, and 90-day inpatient treatment programs. The length of stay is often dependent on the patient and their needs.

Are cell phones allowed?

Yes. We are cell phone and electronic friendly so you can stay in touch with your loved one while you’re with us.

What do I bring to rehab?

Rehab will be your home for a while, so it’s important to know what to bring so that you’ll be as comfortable as possible during your stay. You can learn more and what you can and cannot bring here.

Sunshine Behavioral Health Facilities

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Lincoln Recovery

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