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Drug and Alcohol Detox on Long Island
Addiction treatment for substance abuse often requires medical detox prior to starting an inpatient or outpatient therapeutic addiction treatment program. The need for detox is determined through a comprehensive assessment performed by our in-house medical team. After this assessment a counseling session is setup with the client, as well as the love ones involved and authorized by the patient, to discuss the course of the treatment which may or may not include detox.
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1.) What are the steps to an admission at Long Island Center for Recovery?
b.) Preliminary assessment will be completed over the phone.
c.) Once determined that our facility is the right fit for you, we will take further information regarding your insurance and discuss the details of your treatment including admission start date at our Drug and Alcohol Rehab facility on Long Island, NY. We understand that addiction treatment can’t wait and we will strive to get each and every client started into the program as soon as possible, often within 24 hours of your initial phone call.
d.) Clients who are admitted into our inpatient rehabilitation program will be assisted in making the necessary arrangements regarding their current commitments, including the logistics of those commitments such as: transportation, family liaison, EAP/Union, and pending Court issues when necessary. We want to ensure that you start the program completely distraction free.
2.) When is detox necessary?
3.) How long does detox take?
4.) How is detox performed?
5.) Does my insurance cover medical detox?
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