We commend you for considering treatment for yourself or a loved one. We are here to help in every step -- from initial contact to beginning a life of health and sobriety. This page is designed to shed light on what those steps may entail.
Make an Appointment
A hallmark of Second Chance Addiction Care is the commitment to providing highly individualized care to each person. The starting point for that individualized care is a conversation with our admissions professionals about the patient. The admissions professional will confirm that we can help and will make an appointment with a licensed professional clinician. (If the patient needs a higher level of care (e.g., hospitalization), we will offer referrals with a trusted partner.)
Second Chance is an appropriate setting to handle the patient's care in most cases. A licensed professional clinician will perform an assessment of the patient's needs and this evaluation will result in a treatment plan tailored directly to those needs. The assessment will cover the patient's substance use history, mental health history, and other aspects related to the patient's substance use.
The plan will include a combination of group therapy, individual therapy, and medical assistance, the exact contents and duration of which will depend on the needs of the patient and the progress of the patient. The overall plan is designed to place the patient on his or her own path to recovery - to give that person a structure that they can use for the rest of their lives.
Receive an Evaluation
Complete the Plan
We intentionally treat a small number of patients maximize the quality of individual care to each patient, much like a school with a low student to teacher ratio. We also do more one-on-one therapy than comparable programs.
We hold multiple sessions in the day and evening to accommodate working professionals, individuals with family obligations, and others who need different options to attend treatment.
Patients receive more bang for their buck - our rates are substantially lower than comparable programs, even though we focus on individualized care. We are in-network with several private insurance programs and we accept Medicaid.