Understanding the Intake Process


Welcoming you to our treatment center begins with our comprehensive intake process. This essential step helps us gain a deeper understanding of your individual needs, ensuring that the care you receive is tailored to support your unique journey to well-being. 

Here's what you can expect

Typically, this process begins with a phone call where our intake specialist will gather basic information and address any immediate questions you may have.

On the day of your intake appointment, you'll be warmly greeted by our staff who will guide you through the upcoming steps.

We'll provide you with necessary forms to fill out. These will cover your medical history, previous treatments, current medications, and other relevant details.

A licensed clinician will conduct a one-on-one assessment. This conversation aims to understand your treatment goals, current challenges, and any specific requirements you might have.

We'll show you around our center, introducing you to key areas and familiarizing you with the environment. This also gives you an opportunity to meet some of the staff and potentially other clients.

After the assessment, our team will discuss and present a preliminary treatment plan tailored to your needs. This is a collaborative process, and your input is highly valued.

Once all steps are complete and any questions addressed, our team will finalize your intake, and you'll officially begin your healing journey with us.

What to Bring With You for Your Intake


Photo Identification

A valid driver's license, passport, or any other form of government-issued ID.


Insurance Information

If you have insurance that will cover any part of your treatment, please bring your insurance card and any related paperwork.


List of Current Medications

Including dosage and frequency. If possible, bring the actual medication containers.


Previous Medical Records (if applicable)

Any relevant records from previous treatments or interventions that can provide our team with additional insights.


Emergency Contact Information

Details of a close family member or friend we can contact in case of emergencies.