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Our Admissions Process

One of the most difficult aspects of getting sober is making that initial reach for help. At Tennessee Valley Recovery, we understand what comes along with that one singular action. We know there is a fear of the unknown, anxiety, and uncertainty when you finally ask for help. What we also know is that we can help to eliminate all of your concerns and doubts so that you can begin on your road to recovery as quickly as possible.

Here’s What Happens When You Reach Out to Us:

  • We talk to you about our treatment plans
  • We gather information about your history of substance abuse
  • We discuss mental health history
  • We determine what level of care is best for you
  • We find out how involved you want your family to be in your recovery
  • We begin understanding your treatment goals

The admissions process begins with confidentially collecting as much information about you as possible. We want an unfiltered account of what your substance abuse and mental health history is, as this information helps us develop an individualized plan to meet your needs. We can gauge which one of our drug and alcohol treatment programs will be the best fit for you and determine when you can begin treatment with us. Our entire goal during the admissions process is to gain as much insight into your current situation so that we can begin helping you achieve your recovery goals.

If you are ready to take the leap and ask for the help you deserve, call us right now. You will be connected to one of our kind, experienced admissions professionals who will help guide you through this process.

A new day is waiting for you. Tennessee Valley Recovery can help.

A New Day Begins with Tennessee Valley Recovery

It is time to put your health and wellbeing first. Call us right now to learn more about how we can help you put a stop to your active addiction and begin living a life of recovery.

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Call Us At (866) 726-2131

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