Understanding the rehab admissions process will ease your mind and give you the guidance for your teens in recovery. Moreover, our admissions staff will break down every program option available for your child after an initial assessment.
In fact, the admissions process is vital to developing the proper treatment plan for recovery. This will address the root causes of addiction, triggers, stressors, and other environmental factors and therapy.
Insurance for Treatment
Through insurance verification, we will quickly be able to recognize your coverage. This will lead to payment options to relieve the stress of the financial burdens of rehab. Furthermore, we take pride in providing effective addiction treatment at reasonable rates.
No one should have to put themselves in financial restraint due to seeking help for addiction. Therefore, we will work with you to develop a payment plan that you are comfortable with.
At Destinations for Teens, we offer a variety of treatment modalities to ensure the best possible chance at a successful recovery. For example, our teen treatment programs include:
In addition, we offer dual diagnosis that addresses both a mental health disorder and addiction. Treating one without the other can lead to relapse in the future. Therefore, we treat both simultaneously so your teen can return to their daily life without the fear of relapse.
Why Receiving Help Works
We often communicate with parents that there are no specific textbooks on how to raise a child, as every child is so different. Most parents have tried their best to get their kids to where they are today, some successful and some not.
In those cases for the families who are struggling, they often feel helpless and have nowhere to go with their child, which is where we come in. Not only do we provide treatment for adolescents struggling with addiction, depression, anxiety, identity/gender issues, social issues and other mental health issues, we provide an opportunity for the whole family to heal.
Just remember, YOU ARE NOT ALONE, there are many families that have similar struggles, and we are here to help you overcome and develop a positive trajectory for your child. We would love to hear your story and how we can help your family, please feel free to call us at 877-405-8438.
Destinations For Teens staff are actively getting vaccinated through the county and the hope is to have the majority of our staff vaccinated by the end of January, 2021. Destinations For Teens is likewise committed to educating staff to the benefits of vaccinating and to providing access to the vaccine to all employees. By minimizing the risk of transmission, Destinations For Teens is working hard to protect its clients, families and employees from contracting the COVID-19 virus.
A dedicated COVID-19 task force, including our Medical Director, Clinical Director and our Director of Nursing, provides written materials and verbal education and training to all staff. In the words of Dr. Baback Gabbay, Destinations For Teens Chief Medical Director, the message could not be simpler: "We are committed to the health and well-being of our patients and families. Our staff is committed to the CDC recommend cleaning protocols and have been fortunate to receive the Moderna or Pzifer Covid vaccine this week. Vaccination is important in order to help keep all our employees and the families we serve safe".
In addition to distributing vaccinations, Destinations For Teens facilities has implemented the following procedures for all in-person programs:
• Established a revised screening process for admissions, including questions about recent fevers, travel and mandated negative COVID-19 test results. Anyone who poses a risk to our centers will not be admitted.
• Implement active screening of residents and staff for fever and respiratory symptoms.
• Remind residents to practice social distancing and perform frequent hand hygiene.
• Screen all staff at the beginning of their shift for fever and respiratory symptoms.
• Actively take the staff’s temperature and document absence of shortness of breath, new or change in cough, and sore throat. If they are ill, have them put on a facemask and self-isolate at home.
• Destinations For Teens has revised how they interact with vendors and receiving supplies and equipment, and other non-health care providers (e.g., food delivery, etc.), and take necessary actions to prevent any potential transmission. For example, supply vendors transport supplies to dedicated locations versus inside of facilities.
• In lieu of in-person visits, facilities are offering alternative means of communication for people who would otherwise visit, such as virtual communications (phone, video-communication, etc.)
• Creating/increasing communication to update families, such as advising to not visit.
• Assigning staff as primary contact to families for inbound calls and conduct regular outbound calls to keep families up to date.