Getting Into Rehab Process
If you’re unsure about how to get yourself or your loved one admitted into rehabilitation at Reflections Recovery Center, this is the place where you can get some clarification.
First, to qualify for our treatment program, the potential client must be:
- 18 years or older
- Suffering from addiction to alcohol and/or illegal or prescription drugs
Insurance Plans Accepted
Reflections Recovery Center now accepts plans from several health insurance providers to help our clients get all, or most, of their treatment covered. Some of the health insurers we work with include:
- Beacon Health Options (ValueOptions)
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Health Net
- Presbyterian Healthcare Services
If you do not have health insurance—or if your policy doesn’t offer substance abuse treatment benefits—don’t worry, we have alternative, flexible payment options available. We also make it a point to keep the cost of our treatment reasonable. Just give us a call first and let us know your situation.
Other Admissions Information
The following three pages will let you know more about our admissions process and help you get started.
Save time (and a phone call) by submitting your insurance information to us first. Just click on the button below and fill out the form. Once you submit, we will have an admissions counselor contact you within 1 business day to let you know if your insurance is accepted and what the next steps are.
If you’re coming to Reflections from out of state, we will provide free transportation to our treatment center from all major airports in central and northern Arizona, such as Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport or Flagstaff Pulliam Airport, among others. Whether the client needs detox first or is ready to begin our primary treatment program, it is our privilege to pick him up and bring him to Prescott to begin treatment for a new lease on life.
What to Bring
Although we provide clients with pillows, linens, towels, basic toiletries and cleaning supplies, there are a few personal belongings they must bring to our residential property when starting the rehabilitation program. Find out what those items are here: