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We are available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to not only guide clients and families towards the most appropriate for of treatment but also be a resource and support. A simplified and transparent admission process can easily be the difference between a client seeking treatment or continuing to use.

Support for the Family

Addiction is a family disease and we include those supportive of clients’ treatment whenever clinically appropriate, including the admissions process. The thought of calling a staff member of CIVIQ health walking a man patient through the admissions processfor a loved one may be overwhelming to some but it’s important to understand that anyone who calls our facility is to be met with no moral judgement. Addiction does not discriminate based on age, sex, race, ethnicity, sexual identity, creed, socioeconomic background, religion or lack of religion. Anyone has the potential to become addicted. Our entire team specializes in helping both clients and families without further stigmatizing the disease of addiction.

Our admissions counselors have endless experience providing intervention strategies to clients and families. Please call us today to discuss treatment options for you or a loved one.

What should I bring?

It’s recommended to bring about a week’s worth of clothing along with personal grooming items.

How long is treatment?

We base all treatment plans on medical necessity and estimate the length of
programming accordingly. Our staff continually evaluates the progress of each individual client during treatment. To get a better idea of what might be best for you, call our admissions line to speak with a professional today.

How do I get to the facility?

We provide community-based transportation for all clients. Our program incorporates supervised transitional living and transportation to and from treatment is arranged by staff.

Am I an addict?

This is a question that every individual must answer for themselves. Most likely, if you are asking yourself this question, it’s best to have a comprehensive assessment done by a substance abuse professional.