Admission Process

At Ladies of Promise we’ve streamlined our admission process in order to eliminate any unnecessary stress for prospective clients and their families. Our process consists of the following three very simple steps:

  • Simply call our facility to speak with one of our admissions counselors. We’ll undertake a very brief screening by phone of your or a loved one’s drug use and mental health history, so that we can best advise you of your treatment options.

  • Verify insurance and any out-of-pocket costs of treatment. Our admissions counselors will do much of this work for you, so that you don’t have to — and, we work with a long list of insurance providers to make treatment as affordable as possible. All we’ll need is some basic information to initiate this verification process, such as the name and number of your insurance provider. Don’t let the cost of treatment scare you away!
     

  • Admission is often required within 24 hours of your initial phone consultation with one of our knowledgeable admissions counselors, We will assist you in making travel arrangements. If you are arriving by plane you will be greeted at the airport by a member of our patient care staff. For our local clients we can also arrange for a car to pick you up at a location of your choice. Your safety and comfort is our top priority

  •  No matter what time you arrive we will have everything prepared for you. You will be welcomed at the door by our compassionate staff and after checking in we will immediately assess your medical condition. Within 24 hours of your arrival, we will begin a thorough psychiatric, medical and clinical assessment. We will then tailor a treatment plan that’s specific to your needs.

What to bring for your residential stay


  • Seven days of clothes

  • Shoes, including comfortable shoes and flip flops for the shower

  • Athletic clothing and shoes to use at the fitness center, during yoga, or for walks or fitness classes

  • Slippers and a bath robe for after the shower if desired

  • Pajamas that are appropriate as residents often share rooms

  • Non-alcohol toiletries and beauty or hygiene products, such as shampoo and conditioner, body wash, toothpaste, a toothbrush, deodorant, hairbrush,lotion, makeup, shaving cream, hair spray or styling products, feminine hygiene products,

  • Laundry detergent

  • Stationary, envelopes, and stamps to write letters to families and loved ones

  • A journal or notebook to write in

  • A list of all medications and any current prescription or over-the-counter medications (OTC) that are needed in their original packaging with the pharmacy labels intact; OTC and liquid medications need to be brand new and sealed

  • Identification, including a driver’s license or passport and a current insurance card

  • Small bills and a small amount of money (less than $50-) to use in vending machines

Insurance We Accept 

We offer Self Pay Options

and Accept Third Party Payer

Privacy & Policy

Confidentiality & Privacy Policy

The law protects the relationship between the facility Ladies of Promise Recovery Campus,

 client and a therapist information cannot

not be disclosed without written permission.

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