Is Being “California Sober” Really Being In Recovery?
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The circumstances in your life that have led you to us are often times difficult. At RECO, we are ready to help you recover. Our team here will serve as your guide and trusted ally through each stage of your participation in our program.
At the core of our admissions process is our dedication to your privacy and confidentiality. The minute you contact RECO, it is our moral responsibility to ensure your trust, creating a secure environment that promotes peace of mind. If you are thinking about admitting to RECO, you may be wondering how it all will work out.
Our admissions process is simple.
You will be connected with an Admissions Representative immediately upon calling our program. From there, our representative will conduct a pre-admission assessment, getting to know you and your history with addiction before creating a plan of action.
After recording your history, we will ask for your insurance information, if any. After verification of benefits, we will design a treatment plan based upon individual financial circumstance.
Whether you are local to South Florida or somewhere else entirely, we will assist in coordinating travel arrangements to our facilities.
Your Admissions Representative will communicate closely with you and/or your preferred contacts throughout your admission to the program. A RECO staff member will organize your transportation from the airport, or will be there to greet you upon your arrival.
After a comprehensive clinical and medical evaluation, you will officially begin your treatment at RECO. You will meet our team of professionals, including your assigned therapist, residential director, and case manager. We will work with you to schedule appointments, create a weekly budget, and ensure your overall comfort in the program.
To increase your comfort during your stay, we recommend bringing the following items with you:
Discover a better life and call our recovery helpline today.