Whether you are looking to schedule your admission to our program, or simply looking for more information, our admissions team is here to help. We view each interaction as unique and will provide you with the answers and next steps that are unique to your situation. Your recovery is possible, and the journey can start today.
We Help You Through Every Step of the Admissions Process
When a person decides to begin the process of entering residential treatment for chemical dependency and co-occurring mental health concerns, he or she is to be recognized for making an incredibly brave choice. At Four Circles Recovery Center, we know that this decision can be difficult, so we are committed to making the admissions process a seamless part of the transition into care. To simplify this part of the treatment process, we have included some information below that will help you or a loved one feel empowered to take this courageous step.
In order to partake in programming at Four Circles, individuals must be young adults between the ages of 18 and 28 whose primary concern is a substance use disorder but who may also be experiencing the distress of a psychiatric illness such as anxiety or depression. Adults over the age of 28 may be admitted on a case-by-case basis. Individuals with life threatening suicidal ideation, severe active psychosis, a severe eating disorder, or moderate to severe autism are not appropriate candidates for our program.
What to Expect During the Admissions Process
When a person first reaches out to Four Circles, he or she will speak with one of our experienced, compassionate admissions counselors to determine if he or she is a good candidate for our program. An intake assessment can be conducted over the phone, which takes approximately 10 to 20 minutes, and is completely free. Once it has been determined that you or a loved one is a fit for Four Circles, we can move forward with the admissions process, and welcome you or your loved one into our center. Please note that assessments are conducted each day from 8am until 9pm, but we do admit new patients to our center 24/7. Call us today to start the process.
What We Treat at Four Circles Recovery
At Four Circles, we provide comprehensive, wilderness-based treatment modalities that combine both traditional therapeutic treatments with experiential techniques. Our programs are designed to help young adults overcome a variety of chemical dependencies, including, but not limited to, the abuse of the following substances:
- Synthetic marijuana
- Psychotropics (LSD, etc.)
- Designer drugs
- Polysubstance abuse
At Four Circles, we know that a sustained recovery is not possible if a co-occurring mental disorder is overlooked in the treatment setting. That is why our programming is designed to address all facets of an individual’s life, including any mental health concerns that might be exacerbating a person’s substance abuse. Our treatment approach is designed to help young men and women overcome chemical dependence and improve their emotional wellbeing at the same time, and therefore we have adopted a wilderness-based treatment model that is uniquely suited to address many mental health concerns, including:
- Mood disorders (anxiety, depression, etc.)
- Reactive attachment disorder (RAD)
- Conduct disorder
- Schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, and other thought spectrum disorders
- Bipolar disorder
- Mild eating disorders
- Mild symptoms of autism spectrum disorder
When you or a young adult you care about is struggling with the symptoms of a substance use disorder, finding the proper treatment center may seem like an overwhelming task. But by contacting Four Circles, you can learn more about the many ways our supports are designed to set the stage for lifelong recovery. Our innovative program combines the healing power of nature with time-tested, scientifically-backed therapies which are conducted by a staff of seasoned addiction and mental health professionals.
To find out if you or a loved one is a fit for the programming at Four Circles, we encourage you to reach out to us today. Our admissions staff looks forward to answering any questions you may have about our individualized treatment planning, and can provide a free admissions screening right over the phone. Call now; help is waiting.