Admissions & What to Expect

Our admissions process is designed to connect you with the care you need as efficiently and effectively as possible. We’ve customized the admissions process to ensure each individual patient gets the very best start on healing and recovery, and in the most cost-effective way.

Sanctuary admits adults who are struggling with depression, anxiety, substance use disorders, dual-diagnosis, professional and pastoral burnout, and other mental health concerns.

The Admissions Process:
What You Can Expect

The Admissions Process: What You Can Expect

For ALL patients

We will conduct an Initial Interview which includes a psychosocial evaluation. A psychosocial evaluation assesses your mental health and social well-being. A non-refundable $100 deposit is required to cover the cost of the evaluation. Should you continue with us, that deposit will be applied to the overall cost of your treatment.

For the typical patient

After the initial interview:

You pay the entire cost for your treatment: $7,500 for a yurt, $8,000 two-person RV, $9,000 cottage; $12,000 for 30 days for a private room with a private bath.

Once your payment is received, we will schedule a Zoom call for you with our psychiatrist. This consultation is scheduled before you come to campus to ensure everything you need, including medications, are ready and waiting for you upon arrival.

You arrive on campus. Within the first 24 hours you will be given a clinical evaluation and start your treatment.

For more acute patients

If it is determined during your initial interview that your needs are more acute, requiring mental stabilization before you can begin treatment:

Stabilization

Once you’ve arrived on campus and been evaluated, you will be admitted into one of our Detox Rooms—a comfortable room where you can be monitored and assisted by medical staff, and seen by your doctor every day, as needed. Prescribed medications may be used in the stabilization process to reduce complications and relieve withdrawal symptoms.

Once you are stabilized, your team will begin familiarizing you with the treatment process, giving you a tour of the campus and facilities, getting you settled into your room for the remainder of your treatment, and generally making you feel ‘at home.’ Now begins the hard work of rehabilitation. Our team stands ready to walk this path with you, ensuring you the very best chances of success after detox. 

For patients requiring medically supervised detox and/or withdrawal care

If it is determined during your initial interview that you need medically assisted detox or withdrawal care before you can begin treatment:

Detox

You’ll be in a safe environment.

Once you make the decision to enter detox, you will meet your team and then be admitted into the program.

Your body will be carefully monitored for overall health while it works through our detox program. Every person’s detox process will be unique, based on his or her specific needs. Medications and treatments necessary to help you through this process will be available to your team.

At all times, you will be treated with care and respect. It is essential that you feel you are in a safe environment. And, it is important to know that detox pain and emotional struggles will dissipate over time. Once this happens, your doctor and counselor will move you into the appropriate inpatient care.

Once your detox is completed, your admissions experience will follow steps two through four outlined above.

Contact Us Today!

Thank you for desiring to learn more about Sanctuary Clinic’s Submersive
Treatment Program. We look forward to providing you with the details
you need so that you can make the most informed decision about
pursuing your treatment needs.

Thank you for desiring to learn more about Sanctuary Clinic’s Submersive Treatment Program. We look forward to providing you with the details you need so that you can make the most informed decision about pursuing your treatment needs.

Call and speak with a trained professional today!

info@sanctuaryclinics.com

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