Whether you’ve been through recovery before or not, it’s good to know what you’re signing up for. Rehab admissions at Lake Hughes Recovery begins with a confidential intake assessment. We’ll talk costs and learn about your addiction, medical history, work situation, and family. This will help us design a treatment program suited to your specific needs.
Inpatient rehab is expensive, however, most insurance programs will help cover the cost. Lake Hughes Recovery accepts most PPO plans, call us today to verify your insurance benefits.
After you contact us, we’ll work with your provider to learn out-of-pocket costs so there are no surprises.
Intake Process: What to Expect
During the intake process, we get to know you and you get to know us. Our medical director will learn about your health history, your addiction, and what drove you to finally seek help. The more honest you are, the more effective your customized program will be.
Our goal is to learn more about you, any genetic links to addiction, and your mental and physical wellness. For example, a counselor might ask you how long you’ve been using or if you have relatives with a history of addiction. They may also ask what medications you take besides your substance of choice.
Following Your Intake Assessment
After intake, we’ll show you around the place and introduce you to the professionals in charge of your treatment and comfort. Along the way, you’ll meet other residents at various stages of their recovery journey. Yours is just beginning.
Our medical director will track your physical health and progress weekly. Loved ones and family members are welcome to join high-level therapy in person, on the phone, or via video conferencing. They’ll be a critical part of your long-term recovery.
Your Journey at Lake Hughes Recovery
At our expansive men’s drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility, you’ll be in the heart of our 37-acre property. Nestled on a lakeside organic peach and pomegranate ranch, you’ll have access to the following restorative amenities and weekly excursions: