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Follow these steps to get started

The first step in recovery is to reach out and call us. You will find that your first confidential call with our experienced and caring Admissions Staff will give you confidence that you made the right decision. Each one of our Admission counselors is highly knowledgeable about addiction and co-occurring disorders and the options available to you and your loved ones. We will listen to your concerns, answer your questions and ask you about your medical and psychological history.

Step 1: Contact Us

Call 888.954.2677 to speak with a professional Admissions Counselor. Give yourself some time for this call – sometimes that means more time to talk at night or over the weekend. We will ask some basic questions about you or your loved one, and what prompted the call.

Step 2: Assessment

We will determine the best type of treatment program for you. We will consider both your financial and treatment needs, and work out the best solution. Topics that may be discussed include:

  • Length of Stay
  • Insurance Information
  • Medical History
  • Additional Services and Aftercare

Step 3: Making the Arrangements

Our Admissions coordinators work closely with our clinical team to ensure that you experience a smooth and comfortable admission process. You may be asked to bring the following:

  • Current Medications
  • Picture ID
  • All active insurance cards
  • Other methods of payment

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For our eating disorder clients

For your safety, we ask that one week prior to admission you go to see your primary care physician and obtain medical clearance for the program, including some laboratory work. Once we obtain that, we will set your admission date.

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  • Highly Intensive Clinical Program 
  • Compassionate and Experienced Masters and PhD Level Therapists
  • Luxury Accommodations and Amenities

What is CARF? — The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) is a nonprofit and independent accreditor of health and human services.

What Does CARF Do? — CARF helps treatment centers achieve internationally recognized standards by working with them to improve the quality and value of their services.

The Accreditation Process — CARF conducts an on-site survey to evaluate the business and service standards of a facility. Then a facility must submit a Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) to address areas of improvement.

Why Futures is Accredited:


Our Admissions Counselors Can Answer Your Questions