Admissions

General Procedures for Admission
Persons desiring admission to Phoenix Recovery Center should call Admissions at
1-800-671-9516 or 410-671-7374.

Admission Criteria

Phoenix Recovery Center provides medically monitored detoxification and treatment for drug and alcohol addiction. All persons who wish to enter Phoenix Recovery Center must complete a telephone interview with an intake coordinator. This intake procedure takes approximately 20 minutes. It assists us in the determination of the potential client’s eligibility for treatment. Financial responsibility information is also gathered at this time.TREATMENT-TODAY-smaller

Upon completion of screening and determination of eligibility, clients are scheduled for admission.

drug and alcohol addiction treatment

Admission Criteria
To be eligible for admission to Phoenix Recovery Center a person must have a substance problem with drugs, alcohol, or both.

Candidates must be 18 years of age or older.

Candidates must be willing and able to participate in a rigorous program that is structured and cognitively oriented; the program requires group situations that demands focus and concentration.


Ineligibility for Admissions

By virtue of the program design and staffing capabilities, the following clients are not eligible for admission:

1. Those with complicated medical or psychiatric diagnoses beyond the scope of services at
Phoenix Recovery Center.

We are committed to assisting individuals struggling with the disease of addiction. If for one of the above reasons someone is ineligible for admission at Phoenix Recovery Center, we will attempt to refer them to a more suitable program.


The referrer or potential client seeking admission should be prepared to provide medical, psychiatric, legal and relevant social information as well as details of method of payment.

Phoenix Recovery Center does not accept Medicare or Medicaid, however, is in network with most insurance companies. Self pay opportunities are available.

If unable to be admitted to Phoenix Recovery Center, these links may be helpful in locating alternative treatment options.

Maryland:
http://cha.maryland.gov/html/local2.cfm

Pennsylvania:

http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt?open=512&objID=14221&mode=2

Virginia:

http://www.dbhds.virginia.gov/OSAS-default.htm“>http://www.dbhds.virginia.gov/OSAS-default.htm

New Jersey:

http://www.state.nj.us/humanservices/das/home/index.html

Delaware:

http://doc.delaware.gov/Programs/treatmentprograms.shtml

Washington DC:
http://dchealth.dc.gov/doh/site/default.asp

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