When a professional calls Mount Regis Center to refer a potential patient, our admissions specialists conduct the initial phone assessment. They will gather information about the patient’s history and presenting concerns. Then our staff will discuss the appropriateness of our treatment center with the professional in order to help them make the most informed decision for their patient.
What Referral Sources Do We Work With?
At Mount Regis Center, we work with an array of professionals who are seeking expanded treatment for people in their care. Among those with whom we work are:
- Social workers
- Case managers
- Employee Assistance Professionals
- Medical professionals
- Insurance companies
- Law enforcement
We also frequently work with alumni of our program when they have someone in their lives who they feel could benefit from receiving care at our treatment center.
What Does the Partnership Between Referral Sources and Mount Regis Look Like?
Our goal is to provide comprehensive treatment that meets each person’s specific needs. We value the input from treatment providers and other professionals who were assisting our patients prior to their admission, so we request that they authorize our ability to continue to collaborate with the referring professionals throughout the treatment process.
When the patient has authorized us to do so, we will notify the referent upon the patient’s arrival and provide updates once they have completed detox, if that is their first step in treatment. We will also consult the referent about the patient’s aftercare plan prior to their discharge.
Additionally, if patients agree to allow their referent to participate in individual therapy sessions, we will make appropriate accommodations.
How Do I Contact Mount Regis About a Possible Referral?
Referral sources are welcome to contact our helpline at (540) 212-6079. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and we are happy to answer any questions you have or provide information about any aspect of our programming.