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Professional Referral

Refer with confidence to a respected and experienced team

We collaborate with Employee Assistance Programs (EAP's) and have both morning and evening group schedules to accommodate working clients.

Much of Daylight Recovery’s business comes in the form of referrals from other facilities. Our PHP and IOP programs are the perfect next steps for people completing stays in residential treatment, because we can tailor the level of intensity and amount of time for each individual according to needs and the resources that are available.

Our staff is broadly experienced and extremely well connected with the network of providers in the area, so that whenever necessary, we can pool resources and collaborate with others to achieve optimal therapy and medical care for each patient – from detox to sober-living facilities, job training and insurance, even recreational opportunities.




New patient intake begins with an initial 90 minute assessment to determine the level of care needed.

Here is our process:


1.

You will sit down with an actual therapist &

review a complete history of mental health, addictions and what led up to them, psychological triggers, family and social environments, and establish the beginnings of a completely customized treatment plan.

2.

You are given the opportunity to meet with a registered nurse

who will perform a physical assessment, create a medical chart, and establish baseline testing that will then continue throughout treatment. If you have current medical treatment from another facility, the Daylight Recovery medical team will coordinate care with your primary care provider.

3.

You will be given the opportunity to meet with our onsite medical doctor

who will spend 45 minutes reviewing a comprehensive medical history, including factors beyond substance abuse, such as hormone balance, live function, and anxiety/depression. In this first visit, the doctor may prescribe medications useful in withdrawal, ambulatory detox, or tapering off of the abused substances.

4.

After meeting with the therapist, nurse, and doctor,

you will walk away with an initial treatment plan, with goals and milestones and a weekly schedule for group therapy, individual therapy, and medical visits.

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