Admissions

Seeking addiction treatment can be a daunting process. We strive to make this process easier for you and your loved one. Our experienced recovery professionals are on-hand to answer any questions you may have and help you learn more about the disease of addiction and your options for treatment.

The decision to enter treatment for an addiction is often the most difficult part of the treatment process, but it will help you and your loved ones take the first steps toward a new life. Now that you’ve done the hardest part, let our admissions team answer your questions and provide information about the options available to you at Blue Ridge.

Our staff is here 24/7 to take your call. Everything you discuss with us will remain strictly confidential.

What Happens During Our Admissions Process?

When you call, we take the time to learn more about you and your situation. All of our staff understand how difficult it is to make the decision to enter an addiction treatment program. When you call Blue Ridge, we take time to listen to what it is you want us to know. During the conversation, one of our admissions counselors will ask you questions about your specific circumstances in an effort to help you determine whether Blue Ridge is the best place for you to begin your recovery.

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Our staff is here 24/7 to take your call.  Everything you discuss with us will remain strictly confidential.

From the first time you call us, you will perceive a difference in the way we respond to you compared to other programs. Everyone who calls us is respected as a whole person who is currently experiencing difficulties with an addiction, but we do not view that addiction as what defines you.

If you decide that Blue Ridge is the treatment option that works best for you or your loved one, the person struggling with addiction will then complete a pre-admissions assessment. This is simply a comfortable conversation in which our admissions counselor will ask questions to learn about your current symptoms and how they are affecting various aspects of your life, the history of your addiction, and any treatment you may have had in the past. We will also want to know about your living situation and what your social support network is like– including family members, significant others, friends, and support you may have through school or work.

Once it has been determined that our program can help you or your loved one begin the recovery process and you have been admitted, a more comprehensive evaluation, along with ongoing conversations, will be conducted by your treatment team to determine how we can best meet your individual needs.

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