How to Get Admitted to Rehab
Making the decision to seek treatment for alcoholism can be hard and overwhelming. But once you’ve made the choice to get sober, we can help you take the next steps to finding a facility and going through the admissions process.
AlcoholRehab.com is operated by American Addiction Centers (AAC), a leading provider of addiction treatment services across the U.S. When you call any number on AlcoholRehab.com, you will be connected with one of AAC’s admissions navigators who will be assigned to you and your loved ones through the entire evaluation and admissions process.
Our admissions navigators are here to answer any questions you may have, discuss your treatment options, facilitate payment arrangements, and arrange travel arrangements to the facility of your choosing.
Here’s what to expect when going through the admissions process with AAC:
Calling American Addiction Centers
Before getting into any of the arrangements, the first part of seeking help for alcoholism is calling American Addiction Centers at 866-871-7659. We understand that this may be the hardest thing you’ll have to do for yourself or a loved one, but we’re here make you feel comfortable and safe.
We want to make this process easy for you and we’ll be with you every step of the way. Our admissions navigators are ready to talk with you about what’s going on, whether you’re considering treatment for yourself or a loved one, and how to get the process started.
When you contact an AAC admissions navigator, you’ll first complete an admissions pre-assessment and have the opportunity to ask your admissions navigator any general questions you may have. Be ready to answer some basic questions about your mental and physical health history and have the following information available before calling:
- Insurance information.
- Details of alcohol and/or other substance use (frequency, amounts, family history, etc.).
Insurance & Finance Options for Treatment
Treatment for drug and alcohol addiction can be expensive, but our admissions navigators can help you in understanding your options for treatment. They can help verify what is covered under your health insurance, make arrangements for scheduled payments, or direct you to other facilities should you not be covered at an AAC facility.
If you’re unsure if your insurance is covered by AAC, fill out the form below for a confidential instant verification.
Or learn more about paying for treatment.