Admissions

Covid 19: Everyone who comes to the facility that has not received the vaccine will be required to wear a mask for two weeks. We will work to schedule your shots if you would like them. All staff have received the vaccine.

Admissions are accepted year-round.

We serve adults, young adults and teens ages 11 and up.

The first step is to schedule an admissions interview or a visit to the facility. Please contact us.

The goal of our first interview is to make sure our program is a good fit for everyone involved.

Admissions questions:

  • How would you describe what is going on for you or your loved one that leads you or them to seek treatment?
  • Do you have a sense of how long you would like the program to be and when you would like to start?
  • Which program seems like it will be the best fit for you?
  • Are there any special physical or dietary needs to consider?
  • What sort of financial arrangements would you like to make?
  • What questions do you have for us about our facility, programs or therapies?

If we mutually agree to continue with treatment we will cover all the remaining details and email all intake forms.

After Admissions: Assessment of Your Goals

One of the first things you will do when you check in is go over your goals and complete a detailed history and assessment with a staff member at the facility.

Setting goals is an important piece of the recovery puzzle. You likely have a main goal, whether that’s total recovery from addiction or overcoming a mental illness. Discussing what you want to receive from treatment is a crucial first step in getting you where you want to be.

Not only do you have goals, but those who are caring for you in the treatment facility will have goals for you too. They may want you to develop coping skills and better understand addiction and/or mental illnesses. By working together, you can create meaningful, achievable goals that will set you up for long-term success and recovery.

Don’t be afraid of getting stuck with the goals you set on your first day in the center. It’s normal for goals to shift as you move through the treatment program. Quality facilities will meet with you regularly to reassess your goals. They will also provide you with the ability to include your loved ones in the goal-setting process, as well as help you set long-term goals as a part of discharge planning.

Welcome to Rites of Passage!

Travel arrangements should be made by the client or their family. We can pick you up from our regional airports in Grand Junction (GJT) or Montrose (MTJ), Colorado.

 

 

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