Our Admissions Process

Our Admissions Process

At Wish Recovery, we understand that for many of our patients, this will be their first time in rehab. That is why we take pride in providing exceptional care to make certain that every patient feels safe, comfortable, and most importantly, at home. Our private rooms offer premium accommodations while our wealth of amenities ensure you can relax and unwind between treatments and therapies.

Our admissions process has been carefully designed to reflect our attention to detail and commitment to quality care. We understand how difficult it can be to make that first call. We are dedicated to providing you with the highest level of comfort and support, while delivering white-glove service throughout your stay. From admission to discharge and beyond, we will ensure that you have everything you need to facilitate long-term recovery.
Your care, comfort, and success are always our top priority.

What to Expect Prior to Your Arrival

Initial Admissions Assessment

The first phase of our admissions process is a complimentary consultation with our Admissions Specialist. During this call, we will assess your individual needs and identify the most appropriate level of care. We will also tell you more about our services, accommodations, treatment programs and explain our cost structure. In many cases, these costs can be covered by insurance.

Comprehensive Admissions Assessment

Following your initial admissions assessment, we will complete a comprehensive assessment that takes into account your medical and treatment histories. We are dual-diagnosis, and will; therefore, identify any relevant co-occurring mental health conditions so that we can align our treatments and services to meet and address your individual needs.

Our Admission Specialist will coordinate your admission planning and will be there for you to assist you every step of the way so that you can relax and be assured a smooth transition into treatment.

What to Expect Upon Arrival

Upon arrival, our Resident Specialists and medical team will be ready to welcome you and take you through our intake process.  Your safety and comfort are paramount from the moment you arrive, and throughout your care.

Full Medical Assessment - Our Board Certified Internist and Addictionologist will conduct a thorough medical assessment. You will need to bring any medications you are currently taking with you.

Psychiatric Evaluation - A full psychiatric assessment will be performed by our Board Certified Psychiatrist, who specializes in addiction medicine. This assessment will help us to develop a treatment plan that addresses any co-occurring mental health concerns.

Your Stay at Wish Recovery

As you recover in our spacious, tranquil, and congenial setting, you will receive dedicated and personalized care from our team of licensed doctors, psychiatrists, and counselors, all experienced in a wide range of rehabilitation treatments and therapies.

Under the care and support of our dedicated team, you will have access to a broad spectrum of world-class treatments and therapies. Patients are carefully monitored and treatment plans modified according to progress. No two patients or addictions are ever exactly the same. Our personal approach and individualized treatment helps us to align our treatment with your individualized treatment needs.

Treatments, therapies, and services include:

  • Initial medical assessment, diagnosis, and tailored treatment plan

  • Personalized treatment in a safe, supportive , and serene setting

  • Alcohol rehabilitation, including alcohol detox

  • Drug rehabilitation, including drug detox

  • Prescription drug rehabilitation, including prescription drug detox

  • Trauma assessment and trauma-related therapies

  • Individual and group therapy

  • Multi-family therapy

  • Process group therapy

  • Couples therapy

  • Motivational interviewing

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy

  • Dialectical behavioral therapy

  • Experiential therapy

  • Mindfulness

  • Strength-based therapy

  • Relapse prevention therapy

  • EDMR and trauma-based therapy

  • Psychotherapy

  • Supplemental treatments, including yoga, art therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic care, and more.

Take That First Step Towards a Better Future!

If you or a loved one needs help with addiction, our caring Admissions Specialists are here to offer assistance, advice, and a free no-obligation consultation. Speak to us now in complete confidence.

Get a free, confidential consultation Call: 844-222-8808

What to Bring

Here is a list of items that we recommend you bring to make your stay as comfortable as possible:

  • Comfortable wash-and-wear clothing for 5-7 days
  • Comfortable shoes. We recommend tennis shoes, open style shoes, such as sandals, for summer, and warm slippers for winter
  • Workout and gym clothing
  • Appropriate nightwear
  • Seasonal outerwear: Light jacket/sweatshirt for summer or sweaters/jackets for fall-spring
  • Summer clothing: t-shirts, walking shorts, sunglasses, hat, sunscreen SPF15 or higher
  • Toiletries: toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, shaving supplies, haircare products, hair dryer, lotion, body wash, non-alcohol mouthwash
  • Prescription medications, if applicable
  • Cash or credit card for co-pays and prescription medications
  • Driver’s license, medical insurance card AND prescription card (if different from insurance card)
  • If you smoke, you are allowed to bring cigarettes to last 30 days

What Not to Bring

We are dedicated to creating a safe, respectful and nurturing environment for all patients and staff, and this is a commitment we ask all of our patients to embrace. For this reason, we would be grateful if you could avoid bringing certain items with you. We reserve the right to confiscate any items on the list below and return them to you upon discharge.

Please avoid bringing the following items:

  • Items of an offensive or sexual nature
  • Weapons of any kind (including pocket and utility knives)
  • Products that contain alcohol, including mouthwash or NyQuil)
  • Inappropriate clothing, such as clothes with offensive phrases, which promote drugs or alcohol or which are excessively revealing or tight-fitting
  • Over-the-counter medication
  • Caffeine products, weight loss pills, or energy pills
  • Nail polish, nail polish remover, or nail glue
  • Jewelry or items that are over $300 in value

Get a Consultation Right Now! Call: 844-222-8808

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