Your First 24 Hours
Transitioning you from addiction into treatment with care and compassion
Make the first step toward recovery, and we’ll be there to provide the support you need to move forward.
How your recovery begins.
The first 24 hours of your heroin, opioid, and alcohol addiction treatment are crucial to a successful recovery. During the rehab admission process, you might experience anger, anxiety, embarrassment, and regret. You may even feel uneasy since the treatment facility is a new and unfamiliar environment. These feelings are normal, and our staff is trained to help you manage your emotional transition throughout the entire process.
To make your transition into inpatient treatment as simple as possible, we initiate the beginning stages of the alcohol and drug rehab admissions process as soon as you contact us. After you speak with one of our Care Advocates or nursing team over the phone and agree to be admitted into one of our facilities, we can have safe transportation available in your driveway within two hours to transport you to a Recovery Centers of America location that works best for you based on where you live and which facility will provide the most coverage under your insurance plan.
A treatment team dedicated to your needs.
When you arrive, you’ll meet your expert clinical treatment team. Each licensed, certified addiction professional will tell you how he or she plans to contribute to your treatment – and long-term recovery. Depending on your needs and treatment curriculum, your team could include:
- Medical Personnel – Doctors, Nurses, Detox Team
- Clinicians – Psychiatrists, Therapists, MSW, CAC
- Wellness Professionals – Nutritionists, Trainers, Spiritual Counselors
We’ll also give you a tour of our beautiful facility so you can familiarize yourself with your new surroundings, feel comfortable, and be ready to start on your road to recovery.
See what a typical day in addiction treatment looks like.