We strive to provide families, and their loved ones with real truth and guidance for treatment. Connection 2 Recovery is the number one trusted brand for honest guidance for all who seek help. C2R is staffed with extensively trained admission coordinators and interventionists who fully understand the effect of addiction on the individual and their families.
At C2R, each treatment coordinator is trained to CONNECT with each individual regardless of their situation. We at C2R, have a true understanding of the scope of work necessary to build a foundation of rapport and trust. Our treatment coordinators are here to help each client remove obstacles in the way of their sobriety, advocating for them to reach their individual recovery goals one step at a time.
C2R works tirelessly to ensure those seeking relief from substance abuse and mental health issues receive the best possible care in order to ensure full and proper recovery. C2R offers a full spectrum of treatment services to each client, based on his or her individual needs as assessed through comprehensive evaluation. Treatment programs must be individually tailored to fit the needs of each person affected by a substance use disorder. This continuum of care exists as a guide for patients, helping them progress through their recovery based on their individual needs.
Within 24 to 48 hours of your first call, your Treatment Coordinator will handle the details of your admission for you.
Your Treatment Coordinator will work with you to complete an assessment. This is a 15 to 30 minute clinical evaluation of your addiction and mental health history.
Once we verify your insurance benefits your treatment coordinator will walk you through your treatment options, helping guide you to the facility best suited to your needs.
Your Treatment Coordinator will help locate and arrange travel, ensuring you safely arrive to treatment.
Your Treatment Coordinator will stay in contact with you as you progress through your treatment ensuring full and proper recovery.
Health insurance is now required to cover addiction treatment just like any other medical condition.
Let our treatment coordinating team verify your health benefits for you.
In 2016 more than 11 million Americans abused prescription opioids while another 1 million used heroin. Of that group at least 64,000 died from an overdose, which is the highest number ever recorded in the United States in a single year.
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