If you are struggling with alcohol, opioids, or substance use, we encourage you to get the help you deserve. Our admissions specialists are available to take your call 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year.
We understand that making a phone call for help can be scary and overwhelming, whether it’s your first time exploring treatment options or you’ve been through this before. Each of our admissions specialists has been through this process themselves. They understand you may be uncertain about what to expect and can help you understand each step.
When you’re ready to change your life and pursue recovery, our admissions specialists are available to answer your questions and help walk you through each and every step of the process.
Healing begins with sharing. Let us know you're ready to change your life for the better.
Every insurance plan is unique. We can discuss the treatments your plan covers.
You tell us, we listen. The details of your addiction are essential to healing.
Your New Direction
Begin healing your mind, body and spirit. We'll guide you on every step.
As you can see in the graphic above, our admissions process is streamlined and simple. It begins with you reaching out to Lakeview Health. From there, an admissions specialist will learn more about your situation including, what substances or mental health issues you are struggling with and any other medical information you are willing to share.
If you are ready to seek treatment, the admissions specialist will ask about insurance coverage so they can verify what your specific insurance plan may cover. We do work with most major insurances. Unfortunately, we do not work with state-funded policies such as Medicare or Medicaid.
Once your insurance is verified, our admissions specialist will talk with you about treatment options and schedule your arrival to one of our facilities. If you have any questions along the way, you can always reach out to the admissions team.
At Lakeview Health, we provide safe, comfortable environments to focus on your whole health – mind, body, and spirit. Our team of experts help you address alcohol and substance use disorders simultaneously with any co-occurring mental health or physical health issues. The evidence-based, comprehensive care helps you begin your recovery with structured support and build skills for long-term sobriety.
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