Admissions - JourneyPure At The River

Admissions

We’re committed to helping you find a solution.

Our admissions specialists treat potential patients and their loved ones like family. We are dedicated to helping you find an addiction recovery solution that fits your unique needs and budget. Our admissions specialists treat potential patients and their loved ones like family. We are dedicated to helping you find an addiction recovery solution that fits your unique needs and budget.

Call Today for Help

Making that first call can be overwhelming, but rest assured—our helpful & friendly admissions team will assist you through every part of the process. Our knowledgeable staff will be able to answer any questions or concerns you have before enrollment. We care about your well-being & want to ensure you get the appropriate treatment for your needs. Tip: We will discuss personal information during the call, so make sure you’re in a private place where you can speak freely.

Patient Assesment

You may call on behalf of yourself or a loved one seeking drug or alcohol rehabilitation services from JourneyPure At The River. Please be prepared to supply us with the necessary information needed to complete a patient assessment:

Patient’s full name, birthdate and social security number
Patient’s insurance card
Patient’s drug and alcohol addiction history
Patient’s mental health history

Payment

You can pay for your stay at JourneyPure at the River using any of the following methods:
-Self-Pay
-Health Insurance Coverage
-Prosper Healthcare Loan
We will work with you to discuss payment options and run a free insurance benefit check so that you know exactly what costs you and your family can expect. We have no hidden fees or charges so you can stop worrying about finances and start focusing on healing.

Admission

Once enrolled, you will be given a specific time to arrive at the facility. Our friendly staff will be there to welcome you.

What To Bring:
Comfortable clothes appropriate for experiential activities
Toiletries
Prescription medications in the original bottles with prescribing doctor’s information clearly visible. These medications will be administered by our staff.
Cell phone
Cigarettes
Books, a journal, a drawing pad

What Not To Bring:
Valuables
Drugs/Alcohol

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