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Treatment for Three Decades and Counting

If you or a loved one is experiencing addiction, we’re here to help.

Recognizing that you have become addicted to alcohol or drugs is a brave and important first step in breaking the cycle of addiction. For those who are willing and ready to heal, the process of actually enrolling in a treatment facility can seem overwhelming. There are so many things to consider—from choosing a treatment center to understanding insurance benefits to the idea of entering the care of someone else. It is normal to feel apprehensive, but it is important to remember that you are investing in your future and have a team of people celebrating and encouraging you along the way.

At Michael’s House, addiction treatment admissions at our Palm Springs, California location is welcoming and supportive. Taking the first step to seek help was the hardest, but once you do, our rehab admissions staff can take it from there. You simply have to provide the necessary information and maintain that desire to change to heal. Once you start the admissions process at Michael’s House, your journey toward a life of sobriety and recovery has already begun.

We offer residential, outpatient, and transitional living treatment facilities. Our multidisciplinary staff of addiction treatment professionals creates tailored treatment plans customized to each patient’s individual needs, including dual diagnosis treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders. A thorough admissions process ensures you get the treatment you need, delivered in the optimal setting to maximize your chances of a successful recovery.

For more information regarding admissions, insurance verification, or questions about our treatment programs,  call 760.548.4032.

What Is the Rehab Admissions Process?

The admissions process is the first step to entering a treatment program. Admissions coordinators are on your side and want to help walk you through each phase of check-in. They have a lengthy list of questions for you. Still, it is to ensure they have the most accurate information about your health to ensure that your facility experience is supportive and productive. They will not judge your life choices; rather, they are excited to cheer you on in your recovery.

It is helpful to be prepared for your stay in rehab. There are certain items that you may need to bring and others that are not permitted in a drug rehab facility. The policies differ from facility to facility, but the following are some of the most common items allowed/encouraged and forbidden.

Common Items Recommend or Allowed by Rehab Admissions Personnel

  • Insurance and prescription cards
  • Contact information for your primary care physician, attorney, and other key individuals
  • Prepaid phone cards
  • Comfortable clothing
  • Medications

  • Personal care items
  • Reading glasses
  • Cigarettes (if you smoke)
  • Pillow
  • Laundry detergent
  • Books and magazines

Items Commonly Prohibited by Addiction Treatment Admissions Personnel

  • Cell phones, pagers
  • Keys
  • Laptop computers
  • Computer or video games
  • CD or mp3 players
  • Televisions or radios
  • DVD or Blu-ray players and discs

  • Food or beverages
  • Clothing representing alcohol or drug use
  • Provocative clothing
  • Weapons
  • Pornography
  • Mouthwash containing alcohol

Drug rehab admissions is different everywhere, but by knowing and understanding some of these common elements, you will be better prepared when you go through the admissions process.

Contact Michael's House: We Simplify Rehab Admissions in Palm Springs, CA

At Michael’s House, located in beautiful Palm Springs, California, we strive to make the admissions procedure as quick and friendly as possible. We understand that rehab admissions can feel intimidating. Therefore, we do everything we can to show our patients understanding and care through every step.

Whether enrolling in a residential treatment facility or an outpatient program, the rehab admissions process will involve several steps, including lots of questions and paperwork. Still, it is all in support of your recovery and ensuring you have the proper treatment for your circumstances.

Please call us at 760.548.4032 or contact us online to begin your healing journey now.