admissions

 Admissions Process

When you are pursuing options for a loved one or for your youself, you have alot of questions. You may have received a floodgate of information and are unsure of where to turn. We understand that, and our desire is to educate you and pray with and for you. We also offer resources for the family members going through this program, including an invitation to our monthly family workshop.

Our admission line is answered day and night by qualified certified crisis counselors who understand the fears, anxiety and challenges you face. They are compassionate in identifying with your situation, and helping you find resources that fit your situation.

We are not here to sell you a service, we are here to help you understand whether or not our program is a fit for your situation. If it is not, we'll do our best to lead you in a direction that suits your needs.

For those that choose our program, our admission counselors will guide you through the process to the point of arrival. If needed we will coordinate detoxification services prior to the arrival into the treatment program. Our admission staff will personally greet you upon your arrival.

What you need:

  • Pack all the things you would bring on a vacation, including personal hygiene products
  • Bring clothing that is suitable for the season - CA has a moderate climate year-round, but can get extreme at times (chilly or hot)
  • Laptop computers and cell phones are allowed but restricted to certain times of the day.
  • Bring money for food and snacks, or any outside activities. We have an expense account option available to safely secure your money.

 

Meet our Admission/Crisis Counselors

 

Randall Orchard, CDAAC, RAS
Certified Drug, Alcohol and Addictions Counselor
Certified Codependence Specialist


Tracy Castle, CDAAC, RAS
Certified Drug, Alcohol and Addictions Counselor
Certified Codependence Specialist