Addiction Treatment Admissions at Red Oak Recovery®

Woman Who Went Through Our Addiction Treatment Admissions ProcessIf you or someone you love is age 18 to 30 and struggling with substance use disorder and/or a co-occurring disorder, you’ve come to the right place. Red Oak Recovery® specializes in providing young adults and their families with the tools and confidence needed to embrace a healthy, sober life. Our young adult rehab programs provide personalized attention and gender-specific addiction treatment that blends traditional and holistic services. In addition, we have a Family Program designed specifically for parents of young adults who are struggling with addiction and/or mental illness.

Red Oak Recovery Addiction Treatment Admissions: What to Expect

Once you or someone you love is ready to stop using and begin the journey toward lifelong sobriety, our experienced staff will help you design an individualized treatment plan. From the moment you place that first private, confidential and free phone call, we will be there for you to discuss your substance abuse, clinical history and treatment goals. During this time, we can also verify your health insurance and financial concerns. For your convenience, we work with many major insurance providers and also offer financing options.

Our admission process also includes:

  • Onsite assessment. Our experienced physicians and clinical staff will evaluate your overall physical and mental health as well as your addiction background in order to develop a customized treatment plan.
  • Arrival date. We will work together to set an admissions date – and, in some cases, may be able to accommodate for same-day admissions.
  • Transportation. Call us today to inquire about our transportation services. At Red Oaks, we want to make sure that our young clients arrive to our rehab safely.
  • Family involvement. At Red Oak, we believe that it would be a disservice to treat the individual without the family. Family counseling enables you to be a vital part of the addiction treatment and you are greatly encouraged to keep in touch with your child throughout his or her stay to show your support. To learn about optimal ways to communicate, care packages and visiting hours, call us today.

What to Bring

  • Prescription medications must be in original bottle with clear dosage labels and written orders from prescribing doctor {not expired}
  • Shoes / sneakers / boots
  • Tevas / Chacos / closed-toe sandals
  • 7 undergarment items {athletic style}
  • 5 sports bras {women}
  • Socks
  • Knee-length shorts
  • Pants
  • Shirts {long and short sleeve}
  • Fleece jacket or sweatshirt
  • Hat
  • Nicotine lozenges {if applicable}
  • Eyeglasses, as well as 1 back up pair {if applicable}
  • Contacts with cases, as well as 2 back up pairs {if applicable}
  • Dental retainer with case {if applicable}
  • 2 inhalers {if applicable}
  • 2 Epi-Pens if client has a history of anaphylaxis and/or requires rescue Epi-Pens regularly.

What Not to Bring

  • Bottles with liquids that have been opened
  • Aerosol products
  • Mouthwash, washes, toiletries with alcohol listed in ingredients
  • Tobacco
  • Food
  • Sunglasses {unless prescription}
  • Makeup
  • Weapons, pocket knives
  • Tank tops, Skirts, or short shorts

Any questions regarding what to bring can be directed to our Admissions Department at 866.457.7590 or emailed to [email protected]

Exclusionary Criteria for Addiction Treatment Admissions

Red Oak Recovery® does not treat:

  • Actively homicidal
  • Actively suicidal
  • Actively invested in self-harming behaviors
  • Physical aggression
  • Anti-social behavior
  • Active psychosis
  • Primary diagnosis of an active eating disorder
  • Diagnosis of schizophrenia spectrum and other psychotic disorders
  • Medically fragile
  • Not ambulatory

We are happy to provide referrals to other programs that may be a better fit for you or your loved one.