You’ve taken an important step by looking into Bradford and the ways we can help you.
Call us now – at 1-888-577-0012 – for information about our inpatient, outpatient and specialty programs, as well as resources for family members and more. Our dedicated Admissions team is here for you, around the clock.
Put simply, our hearts are in what we do. And that is to provide help, hope and healing to adults and teens wrestling with addiction. We also help their loved ones.
For 40 years, we’ve been serving, treating and healing people from across the U.S. We employ doctors, psychologists, addiction specialists and other care providers who are superb at what they do. We’re the first choice of many referring physicians. And each of our facilities is accredited by the Joint Commission.
We are so committed to your recovery that, if we cannot help you, we will recommend resources who can.
Insurance and payment
We accept most major insurance coverage, and we offer private-pay options, as well. For individuals with limited benefits or no insurance, we can discuss a payment plan tailored to each person’s financial situation. We look forward to discussing your or your loved one’s particular benefits, to access our treatment services.
What is a typical day like?
Generally, our programs consist of six and a half days per week of structured therapy and monitored personal time. Each patient participates in group therapy, as well as individual therapy sessions. Also, family visiting hours and therapy sessions are part of many of our programs.
Based on the program, additional forms of treatment can include adventure-based therapy, spirituality group meetings, information about chemical dependency, and groups that address specific areas of recovery. Regular attendance at 12-Step meetings is required.
What should I bring?
- enough seasonally appropriate clothing for up to one week
- comfortable clothing and appropriate shoes for adventure-based therapy and exercise (if recommended)
- appropriate sleepwear
- personal toiletries (must be alcohol-free products)
- phone calling cards (for non-local phone calls)
- prescription medications (if applicable)
- driver’s license and insurance card (a prescription card if it’s different from your medical insurance card)
- A small amount of money for incidentals, depending on the location – e.g., for a gas fund for outside 12-Step meetings and outings; money for personal food, such as special diet plans
- Music may be listened to via an external speaker. No headphones are allowed.
What not to bring
- any products containing alcohol
- illegal substances and paraphernalia
- candles or incense
- expensive jewelry or excessive cash
- exercise equipment
- tanning oils, hair dye, or bleaching products
- any clothing or materials that display profanity, alcohol/bar advertising, or drug slogans
- guns or weapons of any kind
- personal computers
Depending on the treatment and/or program, family members are welcome to visit (typically once each week). Please ask your counselor, or any of our staff, for specific information on family-related visiting hours and programs.
Are Bradford’s facilities accessible to patients and family members who need special accommodation?
Yes. All of our facilities comply with ADA specifications.
I have other questions. How can I get more information?
Please call us, any day of the week, at 1-888-577-0012. Our dedicated team is here for you, around the clock.
You can be assured of privacy and confidentiality … before, during and after your treatment at Bradford. It’s the law. And it’s a protection we safeguard for each one of our patients. Learn more [hot link to this copy on HIPAA privacy protections:]
Note: The confidentiality of all information, including patient and family/significant other identity, discovered during participation in any Bradford Health Services program is protected by Federal law and regulations. Bradford Health Services or its program participants may not say to a person outside Bradford Health Services’ program that a patient or family member/significant other has attended the program, or disclose any information identifying a patient or family member/significant other, unless:
- the patient/family member/significant other consents in writing as required by Federal regulations;
- the disclosure is allowed by a court order; or
- the disclosure is made to medical personnel in a medical emergency.