The Bright Futures Treatment Center’s admissions team are trained addiction specialists, who are available 24/7. Our mission and primary purpose is to help those who are suffering from substance abuse, and are seeking help. When an individual calls, whether a family member, loved one, or the individual looking for help, our experienced addiction specialist take them through a pre-admission assessment. This assessment ensure they client will be places in the best level of care for their needs.
Our admissions team are trained professionals that are aware of the difficulties experienced with active addiction. It is not an easy thing to ask for help, that is why Bright Futures is committed to making the process as easy and seamless as possible.
Taking the steps towards recovery is stressful. The admissions team will work with you or family members to make the step by step process quick and easy. Admissions at Bright Futures is handled in a professional and caring way with the proper paperwork, authorization, and procedures.
Bright Futures Treatment Center works with various health insurance providers and plans. After the first phone call the admissions team will collect your information, and our benefits team will begin the process. All information submitted will remain confidential.
Privacy and confidentiality is taken seriously at Bright Futures Treatment Center. It is our legal obligation to guarantee and protect your privacy. Our team is trained in HIPAA and FMLA guidelines and regulations.
The treatment process can be confusing. Our clients usually have questions about insurance, the typical length of stay, and the structure of our program. We have provided answers to some of your most common questions regarding Bright Futures and treatment in general.
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Admissions To Bright Futures
Our admissions team are trained professionals that are aware of the difficulties that are experienced with active addiction. It is not an easy thing to ask for help; that is why our trained admissions team are committed to making the process as easy and seamless as possible.
The Initial assessment is free of charge. A series of questions will be asked by our admissions coordinators, in order to understand you and your situation better. These assessments are carried out to determine if our center will be suitable for you or your loved one. Any questions about your personal experiences, drug and alcohol addiction, and the treatment program will be answered directly.
Asking for help is not easy, feelings of embarrassment, guilt and shame may hold you back. Most of our specialist in the admissions department has experienced what you are going through, and they understand. We are here to help you.