Considering Treatment for the first time?
You are not alone. Just about half of our patients (46%) come into residential treatment for the first time. This can be a scary, confusing time in one’s life. At Gateway Foundation, we make it a simple, straight forward process. We take away the confusion and walk you through step by step, what is recommended based on your unique circumstances.
Each person comes to this decision differently, and has different needs to get them back on track. Our licensed and credentialed staff can answer all of your questions and talk you through the process, even if you don’t know the right questions to ask. We have been helping people just like you, for over 50 years, right here in your community. We can help you!
The first step is to call our confidential help line at 877-505-HOPE (4673).
Our experienced and trained staff with guide you through the admissions process, asking you questions to better determine if treatment is recommended and if so, what type. This first call takes about 15 minutes and is completely confidential.
What to have ready when you call
When calling for the first time, if you can have the following items available, it will make the process quick and easy:
- Your insurance information
- If you are seeing a counselor, their name
- A description of your drug or alcohol use
- A list of medications you are on, if any
- Any medical or mental health issues that you have
Your counselor will make this as easy and straight forward as possible. There is no obligation to continue, if you change your mind. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by making this one, confidential, quick life changing call. Don’t let your life continue to spiral out of control. Please call us now at 877-505-HOPE (4673)
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If you are considering treatment for the first time, you may not know the appropriate questions to ask. Below are some of the common questions that individuals ask when looking into addiction treatment.