When you call, one of our intake or community liaison specialists they will ask you a series of questions about your current condition and the issues that you are struggling with in order to determine if Longleaf Hospital would be a good fit for your personal treatment needs.
Once you arrive at Longleaf, our intake coordinators will conduct a more thorough evaluation through a series of medical and psychological assessments. Our assessments are designed to help us determine the severity of your disorder, any medical problems you may have, and the presence of any co-occurring disorders.
All of this information will then be used to create a personalized treatment plan for your stay with us. All of our staff is dedicated to your overall well-being and will be there for you throughout the entire process. They will answer any questions you may have and will do everything they can to make you as comfortable as possible.
For admissions, call 855-622-3953 now, toll free.
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