Addiction recovery is a journey that requires determination and hard work. Realizing you have a problem is the first step in getting help. If you’re seeking treatment, you are probably wondering what you need to do to be admitted to a rehab facility. The process can be easier if you know what’s involved in rehab admission.
Steps for Rehab Admission
This step requires you to answer questions. You may need to undergo some diagnostic tests and screenings so that Opus Health can formulate a plan that best fits your needs. You are encouraged to ask for guidance while learning how the treatment program will be a good fit for you and your situation.
Admission & Orientation
After the assessment, you will go through admission at Opus health. This is where you and your family or loved ones come to Opus Treatment to fill out the necessary paperwork, meet the staff, and get oriented with the facility. Family is encouraged to be a part of admissions to offer emotional support and help complete the admission process.
Based on your preadmission and assessment, our professional employees and clinicians start you on your detox and rehabilitation journey. You’ll be supported medically, emotionally, mentally, and physically throughout the treatment process. Therapy & counseling will be used to address issues. A plan of action will help you cope with the stresses of daily life and ultimately lead to an addiction-free life. You can feel safe knowing you will not be judged. It is the goal of everyone around you to help you regain control of your life.
Addiction recovery doesn’t stop with rehab admission and treatment. It is a life-long commitment that requires your constant willingness. The professionals at Opus Treatment will be with you every step of the way to ensure your success during and after treatment.
Upon completing treatment, whether 28 days to 6 months or more, you will be discharged to return to daily life. Upon discharge, you are encouraged to maintain connection with a support system as you walk your new life free of drug and alcohol addiction.