At Silver Maple Recovery, we understand that deciding to seek residential treatment can be challenging. That’s why our local team of addiction experts will do everything in their power to make the transition to residential treatment as comfortable for you as possible.
The primary goal during the admissions process is to get as good of an understanding as possible of you or your loved one’s addiction. When you call Silver Maple Recovery, a member of our staff will work with you to learn the following information:
- You or your loved one’s personal and family history of substance abuse
- You or your loved one’s personal history of mental health disorders like depression and anxiety
- Why you’re seeking addiction treatment
- What you hope to achieve during treatment
The information gathered during our admissions process will help us put together an effective, personalized treatment plan for you or your loved one. If you have any questions about our admissions process or approach to treatment, contact us today. Our team is available 24-hours a day to answer your call and help you get the life-saving support you need.
Silver Maple Recovery accepts individuals 18 years and older who are currently struggling with a substance use disorder. We are also able to treat co-occurring conditions like depression and anxiety, common mental health problems that arise alongside addiction.
Admission to our residential program is completely voluntary and you or your loved one should be able to proactively participate in our treatment program.
The cost of our residential treatment varies depending on the level of the care needed and the extent of your insurance coverage. The good news is we can help you verify your insurance, as well as assist you and your family in determining the best way to cover the cost of treatment.
How to Refer
Silver Maple Recovery accepts referrals from emergency rooms, outpatient settings, patients and families from Northeast Ohio. Our team of addiction experts are ready to answer your call 24/7. Our team will evaluate your referral’s needs and recommend next steps for care.