Janus treats a variety of substance dependencies and addictions, including: alcohol, marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, barbiturates, codeine, heroin and other opiates, Vicodin and Oxycontin. With more than 30 years experience, we see clients achieve real and often transformative results every day.
What does the admission process include?
Making the decision to enter treatment is a significant and often difficult step. At Janus, we want to support, guide and encourage you in your journey toward wellness.
Our admissions process is designed to be as straightforward and supportive as possible: just follow the steps below. For other questions you might have about Admissions, see: Frequently Asked Questions.
An experienced and caring admissions counselor will answer your initial questions and discuss options. We will not assume that a diagnosis of addiction or alcoholism already exists when you, a friend or a family member call us for help.
Second – Your confidential Drug and Alcohol Evaluation meeting
A Janus admissions counselor will meet with you privately for a confidential drug and alcohol evaluation. This part of the process provides an accurate personalized assessment, so that recommendations can be made to serve your individual needs.
If you need addiction treatment or other services at Janus, the admissions counselor will help you determine which type and level of treatment is right for you. We offer a variety of programs and services, including: Short-term Detoxification, Residential Treatment, Perinatal Treatment, Day Treatment, Intensive Outpatient Treatment and Court Mandated DUI, as well as Sober Living Homes and Medication Assisted Opiate Addiction Treatment at the Janus Community Clinic. We will work with you on your payment and insurance plan as well.
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