At Keystone Treatment Center, we pride ourselves on our relationships with other professionals. We value the roles our professional colleagues play in helping those who suffer from addiction break free, and we strive to make our admissions process as streamlined, efficient, and painless as possible. If you know of someone who you feel may benefit from our services, you may call our admissions department directly at any time, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and speak with an admissions counselor. The admissions counselor will take your information and help with setting up an initial admissions meeting.
We most commonly receive referrals from the following sources, though the following is by no means an exclusive list:
- Behavioral health hospitals and clinics
- Private therapists
- Keystone alumni
- Insurance companies
- Court system / court workers
- Native American programs
- Mental Health / Human Service agencies
- Any other concerned person
We work closely with our referral sources throughout the entire process from intake to discharge and beyond, and we also work closely with you to find ways to make treatment affordable. We understand recovery to be a systemic process, and so we work to include as much of our patients’ support network as possible. During a patient’s stay with us, we encourage referral sources to be active in supporting him or her, and at discharge, we work with our referral sources to set up continuing care, including coordinating housing at halfway homes and connecting our patients with AA/NA and other 12-step groups.
To learn more about the process of referring a prospective patient to our center or to ask any questions that you may have, give us a call today. Our compassionate staff is standing by to help you determine if Keystone is the right place to embark on the road to recovery.