When you contact us for yourself or a loved one, a rehab admissions counselor will ask questions and get your physical and mental health and any comorbid disorders. If you or a family member has taken drugs or alcohol as a coping method, we’ll need to know that as well. It’s essential, to be honest with these questions as this allows us to tailor your treatment in the best way possible and for the best chances of success.
We will ask you to bring a credit card to put on file for any medications prescribed, as well as an insurance card, photo ID, names and phone number of family members, health care professionals, or anyone else you would like to be involved in treatment.
This is the type of clothing to bring: sleepwear, casual, comfortable clothing, gym or exercise clothes, shoes for daily use and exercise, undergarments, and hats and sunglasses (only worn outside). Bring personal toiletries (alcohol-free), journal or recovery-related books, up to $200 in small bills for incidentals, and current medications. (need to be in the original bottle and prescribed to you)
Don’t bring any clothing that references drugs, alcohol, or gang symbols, too tight-fitting clothing that includes short shorts, low cut shirts, or sleeveless shirts. Also, no items of high value, weapons of any kind, cosmetics containing alcohol, electrical devices, food or drinks, or non-recovery books. Steps is not responsible for any lost or damaged items.
Check with us to see if your insurance company is on our list of preferred providers.