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What to expect when you arrive
Get an idea of what to expect upon arrival at one of our treatment facilities.
How The Arrival Process Works
The process of making the client feel comfortable starts with their initial phone call to the facility, all the way through travel arrangements, and being picked up at the airport. The client is never rushed throughout the intake process.
First Day / Intake
Incorporating physical activities, nutrition and fitness, and natural pain management into the treatment program provides life lessons that inspire and set the stage for life-long sober living.
When a client is picked up from the airport, we meet the client inside of the airport with welcoming arms. This is important to us, because we want the give the initial impression that the client is not just someone being picked up by an institute, but rather by someone taking him in as family.
When client arrives to center, we immediately ask if the client needs something to eat or drink, and begin the admissions process.
At the end of the treatment day, the client is then transported to the residence where he is informed of what room he will be placed in, allowed a safe call to relatives, and given a tour of the campus.
Giving the time of arrival, client may also have an introductory meeting with his assigned therapist, and giving an orientation of all the rules and regulations.
Clients are given an Aion T-shirt, backpack, stress ball, tablet, and welcome packet as soon as they are done being admitted.
Begin to build a rapport with the client to ensure the client feels safe and comfortable with us.
After all paperwork is completed with BHT and client is moved into his room, we then offer to take the client food shopping
Allow the client to make a safe call.
You or your loved one can be in treatment in less than 24 hours
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