Inpatient Mental Health And Recovery Center Admission
Making the decision to start the road to recovery is a huge turning point in someone’s life. When you apply to Corner Canyon Recovery’s private mental health facility, you take the first steps into your recovery journey. With our inpatient mental health and recovery center admission process, we strive to help anyone that applies to our facility. Each applicant will go through a thorough screening to be sure we provide the best services to help them while they go through their treatment process. Whether you’re subject to addiction or mental health obstacles, we are here to help you every step of the way.
The Admissions Process To Our Inpatient Mental Health Facility
- To begin the admissions process, our outreach team will collect client contact information, intake information, and insurance. The outreach team will then issue a VOB (verification of insurance benefits).
- Once the VOB is verified, our outreach team will then conduct a pre-admission screening for medical and clinical approval in order to begin treatment. The pre-screening will determine the treatment program and the detox placement of the client.
- When detox placement is completed, the client will then be officially admitted to the facility.
- Prior to admittance, the team will determine a financial agreement based on funding options, such as insurance, private pay, etc.
- The client will begin treatment with the medical and psychiatric team.
What to Bring and What Not to Bring to Our Private Mental Health and Addiction Facility
It can be daunting for you or a loved one to pack for an inpatient mental health and addiction recovery center. It is likely a new experience and may require a different set of items than you use in daily life. To ensure that you pack everything you need, we have outlined exactly what you should and should not bring.
What To Bring to an Inpatient Mental Health Facility
- Undergarments and socks.
- Workout attire, including a one-piece swimsuit or swim trunks.
- Comfortable, appropriate footwear, including exercise/walking shoes.
- Sweaters/jackets and appropriate outerwear based on season.
- Sunglasses, hat, and sunscreen.
- Toiletries: shampoo/conditioner, toothbrush, toothpaste, hair products, deodorant, body wash, shaving supplies, feminine products (all products must be alcohol-free and in travel-size containers).
- Hairdryer, flat irons, curling irons, etc.
- Phone and/or laptop, chargers (for use after the first 30 days under supervision).
- Driver’s license, passport or photo ID.
- Insurance card.
- Method of payment (i.e. credit card, cashier’s check and/or personal check, etc.).
- A credit card to be held on file for medication costs and/or any costs for urgent medical needs.
- Advanced Directive or living will if available.
- Current prescription medications for (at least) one week and a list of medications including dosages.
- The name, addresses and phone numbers of any personal physicians, mental health professionals and/or family members you would like involved in your treatment.
- Pertinent medical/ treatment records if available.
- Casual, comfortable clothing (No tank tops, short shorts).
What Not To Bring
- Exercise equipment.
- Energy drinks.
- Body-building or weight loss supplements.
- Any non-approved medications.
- Revealing or inappropriate clothing (clothing containing derogatory or drug/alcohol logos, short shorts, low cut or sleeveless shirts, etc.).
- Weapons of any kind.
- Any item containing alcohol.
- Cloves, cigars, pipes, butane lighters, vapes, etc.