Our Intake Counselors Are Standing By to Help You

We have been helping men recover for over 25 years and the initial call usually comes from someone who is experiencing a crisis. The best part of this process is being able to reassure the caller that they are in a situation that is very common, and there is help available if they will accept.

Here is How the Intake Call Typically goes

We will answer and ask some questions about you or your loved one’s history of substance abuse and treatment.

It would be helpful if you had prepared:

  • Current drugs being used and as much information as possible about dosages/amount
  • The information about previous treatments (including approximate dates)
  • Any prescribed medications (and dosage amounts)
  • Noticeable triggers for stress

After we get this information and answer any questions you may have, we will be ready to assess what type of treatment is appropriate for you or your loved one. We will then start gathering the information necessary to admit to 10 Acre Ranch, or make an alternative recommendation.

We Take Many Insurance Plans

Our intake counselors are trained to research your insurance options and find out if some or all of treatment is covered by your policy. But if you are without insurance, or the policy doesn’t include treatment at our facility, then you will be glad to know that treatment at 10 Acre Ranch is still quite affordable.

We have earned a reputation far and wide in the recovery community for being one of the most solid treatment programs available that also works to keep costs down so that we can reach as many people who need our help as possible.

If you are in active addiction, we understand. Many of us have gone through the process of entering a program or getting a loved one into treatment. We will make the journey as seamless as possible. You will start feeling better soon after admission. We look forward to your call and embarking upon this journey with you.

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