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Admissions

Starting treatment at NACA is simple, transparent, and personal.

We know that deciding to get help is a difficult step, and we strive to make this transition as easy for patients and their families as possible.

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Our admission process.

  1. The first step of the process is to make the call. You will be connected to a caring professional who works on-site. He or she will go over some basic information and ask a few questions about your substance abuse history and what led you to seek professional treatment help. If you are calling for a spouse, child, or family member, you will briefly discuss what you know of their needs and situation. A counselor will speak to you in order to provide a pre-screening.

  2. Insurance and payment options will be discussed. If NACA is the right fit for you, a list of permitted items will be discussed over the phone (see below for our general guidelines).

  3. An admission date will be set. Same-day admission may be possible depending on where you live.

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What to bring to treatment.

When you are ready to enter the Northern Arizona Center for Addiction to get help for your substance abuse problems, it is important that you know what to bring for the duration of your stay. Here is a list of items you will most likely need:

  • Your insurance card and any insurance paperwork

  • A valid driver's license, passport, or state issued ID

  • "Any prescriptions or medications that you are currently taking

  • A notebook or journal

  • A set of clothes for warm weather as well as cold weather (The climate in Prescott stays pretty moderate, but we are high up in elevation, so our short winters do get cold!)

  • Any pictures of family you would like to bring

  • Jewelry that is meaningful to you (wedding ring, religious jewelry); other than that, it is best to keep valuables at home with family or in a safe place

  • A list of names, addresses, and phone numbers of people who are family or involved in your recovery (loved ones, health care professionals, 12 step sponsors, etc.)

  • Toiletries such as toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, lotions

Items such as bedding (pillowcases, sheets, pillows) will be provided to you by NACA upon intake.

If you are unsure whether or not to bring certain items, feel free to call us or contact us at any point and a representative from NACA will gladly let you know what you can and cannot bring.

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What to expect when you arrive.

Once you are admitted to treatment at NACA, you will be placed in an individualized program based on your needs. Some clients need to begin rehabilitation by going through medical detox, while others are able to start their residential program right away. To learn more about our therapies and what to expect, explore our detailed program information.

Our residential treatment center.

Northern Arizona Center for Addiction is a peaceful, home-like environment in Arizona’s high country. Our facility is a comfortable, secluded space to reflect, heal, and begin the journey to lifelong recovery.

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What to bring to treatment.

When you are ready to enter the Northern Arizona Center for Addiction to get help for your substance abuse problems, it is important that you know what to bring for the duration of your stay. Here is a list of items you will most likely need:

  • Your insurance card and any insurance paperwork

  • A valid driver's license, passport, or state issued ID

  • Any prescriptions or medications that you are currently taking

  • A notebook or journal

  • A set of clothes for warm weather as well as cold weather (The climate in Prescott stays pretty moderate, but we are high up in elevation, so our short winters do get cold!)

  • Any pictures of family you would like to bring

  • Jewelry that is meaningful to you (wedding ring, religious jewelry); other than that, it is best to keep valuables at home with family or in a safe place

  • A list of names, addresses, and phone numbers of people who are family or involved in your recovery (loved ones, health care professionals, 12 step sponsors, etc.)

  • Toiletries such as toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, lotions

Items such as bedding (pillowcases, sheets, pillows) will be provided to you by NACA upon intake.

If you are unsure whether or not to bring certain items, feel free to call us or contact us at any point and a representative from NACA will gladly let you know what you can and cannot bring.

NACA lobby

What to expect when you arrive.

Once you are admitted to treatment at NACA, you will be placed in an individualized program based on your needs. Some clients need to begin rehabilitation by going through medical detox, while others are able to start their residential program right away. To learn more about our therapies and what to expect, explore our detailed program information.

Our residential treatment center.

Northern Arizona Center for Addiction is a peaceful, home-like environment in Arizona's high country. Our facility is a comfortable, secluded space to reflect, heal, and begin the journey to lifelong recovery.

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Ready to get help?

Any information you provide is private & confidential.

Verify your insurance.

We accept most major insurances, including:

  • Cigna
  • Humana
  • UMR
  • Aetna

Our Admissions Process.

After your call, a caring professional will walk you through admissions step by step.


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