America’s #1 Recovery Solution

Treatment is just 3 steps away!

Begin treatment step 1
1Your first phone call
When you call AAC and speak with our team, we’ll take you through an initial assessment with an admissions navigator.

We listen to your story, will ask you a series of questions. These questions will help the staff understand your clinical needs for treatment and the best type of program for you. The staff will make sure that you are safe and not in immediate danger. You will also be asked about your health, career, friends, and family in order to gain a better picture of your life and your social support.

All of these unique factors about you and your situation will play a role in determining how long your course of treatment will last. This information also allows admissions staff to identify any barriers to treatment and support you in getting the treatment you need.

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Begin treatment step 2
2Intake assessment
We’ll ask questions regarding your mental state, physical limitations etc. and verification of your Insurance.

In most cases, the next step after your initial assessment is to have a quick medical screening over the phone. You will usually be asked some questions regarding your mental state, physical limitations, or any pre-existing medical conditions. This information will help to ensure that your health is treated appropriately and safely. At this stage, your insurance will need to be verified to see if your plan will be able to pay for your care.

AAC evaluates your needs and your available insurance coverage to determine which of it's facilities will best meet your needs for rehab.

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Begin treatment step 3
3Begin treatment
Once you arrive at the facility, we’ll take you through a final medical screening, get you settled, and begin treatment.

While beginning a detox or rehab program can be confusing for someone who has never been in treatment before, the admittance process can help you learn what to anticipate and how to prepare.

This is the time to review your plan and ask the support team any questions you may have regarding what to expect from rehab. Schedule an agreed-upon time and date to come to the program. Report to the admissions department. You are usually given one final medical screening.

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Step 1

Your first phone call

We listen to your story, will ask you a series of questions. These questions will help the staff understand your clinical needs for treatment and the best type of program for you. The staff will make sure that you are safe and not in immediate danger. You will also be asked about your health, career, friends, and family in order to gain a better picture of your life and your social support.

All of these unique factors about you and your situation will play a role in determining how long your course of treatment will last. This information also allows admissions staff to identify any barriers to treatment and support you in getting the treatment you need.

You are not in this alone

Our Admissions Navigators are here to help you take back control of your life.