When you reach out for professional help at Discovery Point Retreat, you’re changing the trajectory of your life. We understand that asking for help can feel overwhelming. When you call us, you will be connected to a caring, knowledgable admissions coordinator who will address your concerns, answer your questions and guide you through the ins-and-outs of the admissions process.
Our Dallas-based drug and alcohol rehab program has levels of care for every stage of recovery — including medical detox, inpatient rehab, partial hospitalization (PHP) as well as intensive outpatient programs (IOP) and more. In order to ensure you receive the most effective care during each phase of treatment, we take the time to learn about your unique situation and needs. It’s our goal to make the process as stress-free, simple, and straightforward as possible.
The process starts with a Discovery Point Retreat admissions coordinator learning more about you and your situation. This consultation is completely confidential — and FREE, with no obligation. Then, he or she arranges for you to speak to an intake coordinator for an addiction assessment to determine the appropriate level of treatment.
We’ll talk with you to quickly verify your insurance benefits, and walk you through your co-pay and payment options. Then, it’s time for the exciting part: We match you to the program and facility that best fits your individual needs.
Following our admissions process, the first stage of a drug and alcohol addiction treatment is often our medically assisted detox program. But every client — and every addiction — is different, so we’ll help you find the right starting point. Admission dates are based on available space, as well as the time it takes to conduct your intake interview and gather your medical information. Your admissions coordinator can help arrange travel and will stay in contact with you and/or your family as well as the facility to ensure everything goes smoothly to prepare for your arrival.
For more information, simply fill out the secure form below or call our admissions counselors, who are available 24 hours a day. Your information remains private and confidential and will never be shared without your written, authorized consent.