Florida Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment
The moment you reach out and call us is the moment you can change your life.
We understand that reaching out for help can be difficult. Many of our staff have stood in your exact shoes. When you call Our Place Recovery, you will speak to someone who will understand your fear, answer all questions, and chaperon you every step of the way to getting you admitted into addiction treatment.
At Our Place Recovery, we strive to make getting substance abuse help as easy as possible to get you admitted into our Broward County addiction treatment program. Florida addiction treatment admissions are accepted seven days a week, 24-hours a day by calling 800-467-3411. Time is critical and we want to get you here quickly to get you on the road to recovery. Our length of stay is based on the client’s progress in treatment and is not insurance driven. We ask for a 30-day minimum commitment from each client to adequately provide the care necessary to build a solid foundation to achieve a sober lifestyle. Longer lengths of stay are clinical decisions determined by our clinical staff of addiction professionals.
Getting started is as easy as 1-2-3.
1 - Assessment
The Admissions Counselor will work with you over the phone to complete the pre-admissions assessment, a brief clinical evaluation of your addiction history (i.e. drug of choice, quantities and patterns) and behavioral health issues (i.e. anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder).
2 - Payments
To expedite the admissions process, we will quickly collect your insurance information and expedite the verification of benefits during this initial phone call. Once we verify your insurance benefits and walk you through co-pay and payment options, we can make arrangements with you to get you to our Florida treatment center.
3 - Arrival
The admissions counselor will stay in contact with you and/or your family to ensure the admissions process runs as smoothly as possible. We will remain in close contact with you every step of the way until your arrival. At the treatment center, our staff will greet you and walk you through the intake process.