How To Begin | Rehab Program – Magnolia Recovery Center

If you made it to this page, there’s a great likelihood that you already know that you or someone you know has a problematic relationship with drugs and is ready to begin a rehab program – the good news is we are here to help you each step of the way.

The first step to beginning a rehab program is to call one of our admissions counselors. These Magnolia Recovery staff members are available to answer your specific questions about overcoming addiction and help you get placed at a facility that will fit best with your needs in treatment. You or the loved one you’re calling for will be asked to participate in a clinical screening to ensure we can properly care for the addiction – this is essential to ensure we can provide the clinical care you need which is the foundation of a successful outcome. When you call, be sure to have your insurance card on hand so we can help you learn how to cover the cost of treatment.

We are currently in-network with TRICARE, and we are able to work out-of-network with many of the common insurance plans. The best thing to do is to call our intake department and let them check your benefits. If you need to pay out of pocket for treatment, which many families do, then we can work with you to figure out payment options. Since this is unique for each patient’s needs, please call us to discuss. We work with most major insurance plans.

After the screening is complete and clinically approved, arrival at one of our facilities for residential treatment is scheduled as soon as possible. Our facilities provide transportation to treatment from the closest local airport for patients who are arriving from out of state. Other transportation can be arranged for patients who do not need to fly in to ensure that travel is not a burden to receiving the right addiction treatment.

Call us to learn more today at 760-767-8070.

Magnolia Recovery offers rehabilitation that utilizes evidence-based, personalized treatment for most drug addictions, including but not limited to:

  • Heroin
  • Cocaine
  • Prescription painkillers, like Percocet, OxyContin, & Vicodin
  • Anti-anxiety medications, like Xanax, Valium, & Ativan
  • Stimulants, like Adderall, Ritalin, & Meth