Fusion Recovery takes the complexity out of recovery. We have a simple 3 step admission process, so you know exactly what you need and what to expect.
Our locations are currently under development and construction, so we are not open yet. However, the team at Fusion Recovery looks forward to serving communities nationwide with our upcoming locations.
It starts with a phone call.
Give us a call when you’re ready. We’re available 24/7 to help you.
We’ll ask you some questions.
An admissions counselor will ask questions to better understand your situation.
Begin your journey.
We will schedule your intake and get you started towards recovery.
The decision to get help can be a difficult one. You don’t have to do it alone. We aim to remove as much stress as we can and ease the process. Understand your options, our admissions criteria, and how to begin treatment.
The First Step
Seeking treatment starts with the decision to get help, and can be the most difficult step in recovery. We know it can be hard, and we strive to make it easier. When you decide to call for help, our experienced and compassionate admissions team is available 24/7 to answer your questions and concerns. Your call is completely confidential. Now that you have completed the most difficult part, you can start your lifelong recovery with Fusion.
What to Expect
On your call, our team will help you understand your options for treatment, explain the standards for admission, and alleviate any concerns regarding our care and facilities. Our admissions specialists will give you a pre-admission assessment to help us determine your medical history, history of substance use, family history, and treatment history. Once we have a better understanding of your current situation, our experts can form and schedule a treatment plan.
Simple and Confidential Admissions
We understand that addiction is a sensitive subject. Our goal is to make this conversation as comfortable as possible. Your call is discreet and confidential. Your addiction does not define you, and there is no shame in asking for help.