Seamless and Expedited Entry into Treatment
Very often, people seeking treatment fail to make it past the admissions process because of hassles and barriers associated with procedure and other issues. iRecovery recognizes the immense courage and strength it took you or your loved one to seek treatment, and we do everything we can to be your partner as you take this amazing first step.
As iRecovery offers primarily remote care, patients do not have to go through many of the traditional hoops that they would for a regular inpatient or outpatient program. The admissions process is designed to be as easy as possible so patients can start reaping the benefits of treatment right away.
All drugs, no matter how safe, have side effects and can even cause death. We would not prescribe a drug that we believe would harm you, but you must be aware of the risk of side effects when you take this drug and that all drugs are potentially lethal.
iRecovery very much looks forward to helping you or your loved one on your treatment journey. Should you have any additional questions about the admissions process or any other element of our program, please feel free to contact our admissions staff at 855-770-0581. We strive to make the entry process into treatment as easy as possible for our patients.
The initial admission and assessment takes approximately two hours with our staff and prescribing provider. The provider and the counseling staff will meet to determine your eligibility into the program. This may include a physical examination and lab work-up based upon needs and recommendations. The admission portion of the program involves review of all the requirements of the program.
Among other intake documents, the patient will be asked to sign a consent to treatment and program participant contract. After patients are admitted, patients will undergo comprehensive evaluation and consider recommendations for treatment and appropriate medications if applicable to address substances being used.
We will also conduct a full insurance verification to determine your options for coverage and payments to make the treatment process as affordable and accessible as possible.