Asana Recovery

Admissions - Where To Start

Begin Your Journey to Recovery

Your recovery is our number ONE priority at Asana.

Our Drug and Alcohol Treatment programs are gender specific and established in clinical excellence. Treatment occurs in our beautiful and safe residential treatment homes in sunny and beautiful Orange County. We are committed to providing a comfortable and effective place for clients to get clean and begin their journey in recovery.

Step 1: Take Action

Making the decision to get better or become sober is the first big step in recovery. When you are ready, give us a call. One of our caring admissions counselors will explain the addiction treatment options available. They will also answer your questions, address your concerns, and walk you through the admissions process. If you are taking action on behalf of a family member, friend, or loved one who you think needs our help, call us and we will help you through the process of getting them admitted for treatment.


Step 2: Take Evaluation

An Asana Recovery admissions counselor will work with you to complete an assessment for you or your loved one that will include, addiction history, and any behavioral issues in order to determine if our rehab programs are best suited to your medical needs. Nothing is more important than finding the right treatment to help with your recovery. Our counselors will also work closely with your insurance carrier to confirm coverage and set up benefits for your treatment. In most cases, an individual’s health insurance benefits could cover most of the treatment cost, leaving minimal out-of-pocket expense. A counselor will also discuss other payment options if insurance is not available.


Step 3: Admission To Treatment Facility

Once we have completed the pre-admission process and determined that our addiction treatment center is right for you and received approval for coverage or have other payment arrangements in place, the last step is for you to come to our facility. Your admissions counselor will help arrange transportation or travel (if needed), while working with our medical and clinical team to prepare for your arrival. For tips on your first day in treatment, visit our Preparing for Admission page.