Our Guide to Admission

We make joining our program a seamless process. From a private initial conversation to verifying insurance and scheduling admission, the steps are designed for ease and confidentiality.

Start a Private Conversation

The first step towards healing begins with a private conversation.  Rest assured, all communications, whether through calls, online chats, or emails, are held in the strictest confidence.


Verify Health Insurance

Understanding the financial aspects of treatment is crucial. Our team is here to assist you in verifying your health insurance coverage. This can be done over a call, or you can securely submit your insurance information through our online form. This step ensures that you have a clear understanding of how your policy contributes to the cost of care.

Verify Health Insurance

Pre-Admission Phone Call

Next, we conduct a confidential phone assessment, typically lasting 15 to 20 minutes. During this call, we’ll discuss your current substance abuse and mental health concerns. Our medical and clinical teams review all assessments to confirm that our program is well-suited to your needs.

Admission Scheduling

Once your insurance is verified and the pre-admission assessment is complete, we’ll schedule your admission into our program. Our staff will guide you through this final step, ensuring a smooth transition into our care.

Is Addiction Treatment Confidential?

Yes, addiction treatment is confidential. Confidentiality in addiction treatment is protected under federal laws in the United States, including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Confidentiality of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Patient Records regulation, 42 CFR Part 2. These laws ensure that information about an individual's treatment for substance use disorders is kept private and secure.

How Do I Tell Work I am Seeking Treatment?

Before discussing taking medical leave for treatment with your workplace, it's important to understand your rights and your employer's policies. Laws like the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) in the U.S. may protect your job during your absence. Start by informing your boss or human resources (HR) department, as they are equipped to guide you through the process. Prepare what you want to say in advance, keeping in mind that you don't need to disclose all personal details, just the necessity for medical leave. Expect questions regarding the duration of your leave and interim work arrangements. Collaborate with your employer to plan who will handle your responsibilities during your absence. Ensure you submit any required documentation, such as a doctor's note, particularly if you're using specific leave options like FMLA. Lastly, discuss how and if you wish to stay in contact with your workplace while undergoing treatment.

Residential Program Overview

At Tranquility Woods, we are committed to providing a safe, supportive, and structured environment for those struggling with addiction and dual-diagnosis conditions. Our approach includes a range of therapies like meditation, yoga, and individual sessions, tailored to foster recovery and well-being.

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