At Pennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge, we know that the decision to begin the rehab admission process is never easy. Taking the first steps on the road to recovery involves individuals admitting they need help. You can support your loved one by helping to guide them towards one of our treatment programs. The experienced team at Pennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge is here to help guide you through the admissions process and make your loved one’s transition into our program as straightforward and effortless as it can be.
Choosing and Financing Rehabilitation
The first step is, as we have said, is deciding to begin the rehab admissions process at Pennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge. The next step is finding a rehab facility that can meet an individual’s needs. For you attempting to help someone struggling with addiction, you need to pay attention to the substances to which a facility specializes, its location, and the types of treatments offered. Finally, you need to consider the financial aspect of treatment.
The cost of rehab is the number-one reason that people don’t go. It is likely, however, that insurance will cover the cost of an addiction treatment program. In fact, it is more likely than ever that this is the case. Current legislation often requires that providers cover some or all of the cost. At Pennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge, we work with several insurance providers to help make sure each individual receives the coverage they deserve. During the rehab admission process, we will walk the individual and anyone assisting them through the insurance verification process step-by-step to see what is covered under their plan.
What to Expect During the Rehab Admissions Process
When someone first arrives at Pennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge, they will meet with an addiction counselor. During this first phase of the intake process, we take a complete medical history and assess the individual regarding the severity of their addiction. This will mean answering a series of questions that have to do with personal, family, and medical history. Also, we talk with incoming patients about their personal goals as regards recovery.
Then individuals or their advocates alongside our counselors will discuss their treatment options. At Pennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge, treatment will involve some or all of the following:
- Medically supervised detoxification
- Inpatient/Short-term addiction treatment program
- Faith-based addiction treatment program
- Outpatient addiction treatment program
We often recommend that patients begin their journey to sobriety with complete detoxification, but this is not always necessary.
With several locations each specializing in differing forms of addiction treatment, individuals can find the right program for them. For instance, our Naaman Center provides outpatient treatment with individualized treatment plans for adolescents developed specifically for clients by our medical professionals and clinicians. We offer rehab for girls and boys in Elizabethtown, Quarryville, and Lancaster, PA (two locations in Lancaster). At each, we apply a faith-based approach to helping individuals overcome addiction, both adults and adolescents. By focusing on Christian teachings, we tailor our approach to each individual’s growth needs. It allows patients to develop a value system that honors God, family, work, church, community, work ethic, and helps them become productive, healthy members of society.
No matter what an individual needs, all of the above will involve clinical and holistic approaches that are tailored to your individual needs. You will participate in group and individual therapies, for instance, as well as in our peer mentoring program.
Contact Pennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge Today
At Pennsylvania Adult & Teen Challenge, our goal is to make the transition into our care as smooth as possible. If someone you care about needs addiction treatment, start the rehab admissions process today by reaching out to us online or calling us at 844.442.8673. It’s time to help those you love and care for to take back their life from drugs and alcohol.