Our admissions process is designed to connect you with the care you or your loved one needs. Each step of the journey, you’ll be guided by a compassionate professional who will answer all your questions.
Our admissions counselors are available Monday through Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Female 18 years of age.
Free from alcohol or substance abuse for at least 72 hours and not in need of detoxification.
No history of any sexual charges or crimes of violence.
Residents with severe dual diagnosis will be referred to a licensed facility and/or private provider for treatment specific to their diagnosis.
Want to enter facility on voluntary basis or if court mandated, approved to enter the program by the mandated parties and with the motivation to enter a life of recovery.
Be medically stable. Have adequate control over your behavior.
Have the capacity for active participation in all levels of the program.
Able to meet personal needs without assistance.
Note: Falsifying of any information needed to be a participant into AHOG will mean the resident will not be accepted into the program.
Submit a urinalysis and be drug and alcohol tested
Complete pregnancy test
Provide a form of identification and consent to check your criminal record
What to bring for your stay
When preparing to head to treatment, it’s hard to know what to expect, so it’s hard to determine what you’ll need. This handy list can help you plan.
Modest clothing (no tight clothes or anything that is revealing)
We recommend that you bring a limited amount of clothing (maximum 7 pairs of pants, 7 shirts, 7 sweaters, 2 heavy coats, 2 light jackets, 10 pairs of socks, 10 pairs of underwear, 3 pairs of pajamas, 1 bathrobe, 7 bras, 7 pairs of shoes).
Personal hygiene items – shampoo, conditioner, razors, lotion, shower caddy, hairspray, deodorant, soap, makeup, toothbrush, toothpaste, toilet paper, laundry detergent, washcloths, hangers, clothing basket. No hand sanitizer, only liquid hand soap.
Phone (this will be taken and kept until the resident moves to Phase 2)
Personal bedding (sheets, pillowcases, pillow, comforter, blanket, etc.)
Identification- Insurance card, Driver’s License, Birth certificate
Accessories -hairdryer, straighter, curling iron, alarm clock (may include a cd player or radio or mp3 player) family frames pictures, stuffed animal.
The family will stay until all personal property has been counted and if more is brought that allowed, it will be required to take the items back home. Any questions regarding what to bring can be directed to our Admissions Department at (770) 572-7945.
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