Admissions Process at Caron
Caron provides a comprehensive continuum of gender-separate and gender-specific drug and alcohol treatment services, including: assessments, primary, relapse and extended care residential treatment programs for adolescents (13-19), young adults (20-25), and adults (25+), as well as programs for families affected by the disease of addiction. Caron also has extensive experience in treating co-occurring disorders within the patient community – nearly 70% of patient entering drug and alcohol treatment at Caron are already suffering from psychiatric/psychological disorders in addition to their chemical dependency.
The admissions process at Caron is initiated by doing one of the following:
- Completing our online admissions inquiry form – provide an Admission Specialist with information on your reason’s for reaching out to Caron.
- Accessing our online LiveHelp – chat confidentially with an Admissions Specialist regarding your concerns, struggles and questions regarding Caron’s continuum of care.
A phone call to 800-854-6023 where you will speak with an Admissions Specialist
A certified Admissions Specialist will then begin obtaining the necessary information to determine if Caron is the appropriate treatment program at this time for you or a loved one (i.e. clinical history). Individuals with co-occurring disorders, recent hospitalizations, medical conditions/problems and/or suicide attempts will be assessed further by Caron’s medical team and a Caron psychologist to determine if Caron can provide the appropriate level of care.
After we have compiled the necessary pre-admissions information an Admissions Specialist will work with the patient, family and/or referral to determine an admission date. Admissions into any of our treatment programs can be scheduled 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Admissions Specialists also serve as a resource for family members looking to do an intervention; we will provide contact information to an appropriate interventionist and help in securing an admission date prior to the intervention taking place.
Caron is a private-pay drug and alcohol treatment facility that prides itself on providing the most comprehensive treatment options for our patients. The total investment for treatment at Caron is based on a 4-6 week primary residential treatment stay, and 90-days of residential extended care treatment. There are several investment options to consider when planning for admission to Caron – learn more about the financial aspects of treatment at Caron.
*Please note: Caron is not an acute care facility; therefore, stabilization is required prior to admission for individuals who are suffering from significant medical and psychological issues. Transfers from hospitals and other healthcare centers are possible and must be coordinated through Caron’s Admissions Department.