It is completely normal to feel a bit apprehensive and overwhelmed after making such an important decision. You made the first step, and we are honored to be here with you on your journey to healing and sobriety.
The next step is a phone call with our admissions team. We do have a lengthy list of questions for you, but each question is asked to ensure that we can provide you with the best possible level of care. If it is determined that we cannot meet your treatment needs, we will help you find a facility that can. We just ask that you be honest and patient during the admissions phone call. After that initial assessment, our admissions team will help you arrange transportation to our facility and go over what to expect once you arrive.
What To Bring
The first question most people have is "What can I bring with me?" Below is a list of recommended items, and a list of prohibited items. Please keep in mind that some items are allowed, but need to be kept in a locked safe. Below is a list of all of those items.
Do keep in mind that "Less is best," when packing for a stay with us. We don't recommend bringing excess luggage.
This list of items to bring will make your stay as convenient and comfortable as possible:
You will be in touch with our admissions team from the moment you make that first call, until the moment you step into our center.
During the admission process, you can expect to answer some questions, provide a brief history, sign some paperwork, and meet with our medical team. We will then show you your bedroom, give you a tour of our facility, and let you rest. The detox process is typically seven days, however, the medical team may shorten or extend that process as necessary. Once you have completed your medical detox , you will move upstairs to a residential bedroom.
At Recovery First, we welcome individuals who are committed to their recovery journey. Our admissions criteria include a thorough assessment of your medical history, current needs, and readiness for treatment. Our team will work closely with you to determine the most appropriate level of care for your specific situation.
1. Adults 18 and Older
2. Assessment of your medical history
3. Level of Care Determination
4. Treatment Readiness
Our admission process
To begin, reach out to our admissions specialists at 866.993.4778. They will collect your details and gladly address any inquiries you may have.
At Recovery First, our specialists assess if our program fits your needs as a First Responder, considering your current needs, treatment history, and medical background. We prioritize personalization, addressing unique challenges and strengths, to provide a strong foundation for sustained recovery. Our approach acknowledges the vital work you do while supporting your overall well-being.
After confirming that our program is a suitable match for you, our admissions specialists at Recovery First will collect your insurance details and assess various financial options for your treatment. We firmly believe that financial constraints should not hinder anyone from receiving the treatment they need and deserve. At Recovery First, we are committed to working with you to find the best possible solution for your unique circumstances.
Next, we will arrange an in-person assessment. Upon your arrival, one of our specialists will welcome and assist you. We will review any required paperwork and ask essential questions to tailor your treatment plan. Our team is available to address any further questions you may have and provide detailed guidelines for your accommodations.
Get In Touch
At Recovery First Treatment Centers, located in the beautiful Palm Springs area, we understand the unique challenges faced by first responders dealing with dual diagnosis. If you or a loved one is in need of support, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. Give us a call at 866-993-4778, or fill out our online form to verify insurance and schedule a consultation with one of our qualified professionals. We are here to help and are dedicated to providing the highest level of care for our first responder community.