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Admissions Process

Addiction is a social health issue. The abuse of alcohol and drugs and prescription medicines alone cost over $500 million, according to the National Institute of Drug Abuse. The cost of treatment is the overriding factor while families isolate themselves with the problem, and dealing with the addicted loved one on their own. Over the years, however, addiction has already been recognized as a form of the disease, which means insurance coverage for inpatient and outpatient care, detox, therapy sessions and maintenance medicine.

 

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Delaying help will only lead to a host of other problems. Substance abuse has a strong link with mental health. Ranch Creek Recovery, for instance, has dealt with dual diagnosis patients who are trying to flush the toxins from their bodies and deal with the ensuing mental health problem at the same time. Unfortunately, social stigma still prevents some families from seeking help. Patient confidentiality is paramount in our facility.

 

Patients can choose from the 30-day, 60-day, and 90-day programs. The resort offers holistic and experiential treatment methods which include equine-assisted therapy, garden therapy, yoga and meditation, acupuncture, massage therapy, amino acid therapy, and exercise.

 

The admission process doesn’t need to be complicated. Each of the admitting staff at Ranch Creek is professional, courteous and knowledgeable. They can answer every question related to treatment, recovery, rehab operations and all aspects of the facility.

 

The Admission Process

Step 1: Reaching Out
A simple phone call, email or even a visit to the facility is the first step to the long recovery process ahead. Customer representatives and friendly staff are always on standby to answer any and all questions. It’s important to make a list of questions beforehand. Preparation will take the edge out of the process of endorsing a loved one to a rehab facility.
Step 2: Assessment
A specialist will also be on hand to conduct an initial assessment of the patient. An informal interview follows, which will provide insight on the condition of the patient, medical history and whether or not mental and physical issues as a result of addiction are present in the case.
Step 3: Inpatient or Outpatient
The family and patient will then discuss whether to opt for inpatient or outpatient program. Each option has its own pros and cons. The specialist will make a recommendation depending on the case of the patient. Ultimately, however, the final decision will come from the family. There are many factors to consider such as budget, insurance coverage, schedule, and availability. Typically, if the patient is highly functional and can commit to the program, an outpatient option will be recommended. In cases when the effects of substance abuse are debilitating, the patient has to go into residential treatment.
Step 4: Mental Health Examination
Upon the admission to the facility, a more extensive assessment of the patient will be performed. Laboratory tests may be required to determine the health of the addict. A doctor will examine the physical and mental health of the patient. These are necessary to craft a treatment program that is tailor-fitted to meet their needs.
Step 5: Detoxification
After admission, the patient may undergo a detoxification procedure. This is when all the toxins from years of abuse are flushed out of the body. The process will be supervised closely by a doctor for safety reasons. Detox will typically last more than a week or up to 10 days. The family is expected to be actively involved in the recovery. No treatment is successful without ample support system to be provided by the loved ones, relatives, friends and even co-workers.

After the patient leaves the safe confines of Ranch Creek Recovery, the long path to sobriety begins. Both the families and the recovering addict will be equipped with the right tools not only to integrate seamlessly back to normalcy but also to resist the temptation to relapse into their old habits once again.

 

If you or your loved one could not get out from the clutches of addiction, you can take the first step to sobriety by calling Ranch Reek Recovery now!

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