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Treatment Navigation:
Helping You Find The Right Help

Individual therapy isn’t right for everyone. If you or your teen needs residential, inpatient, or intensive treatment for an eating disorder, substance abuse, or mental health issue, the time to act is now.


We understand that finding a hospital, program, or facility that meets your needs can be can be overwhelming, which adds to an already stressful time. We can help you through the process. We have relationships with treatment centers across the US and can help you to find the one that suits you best.

We guide you through answers to the following questions: 

  • Do I really need a hospital, residential, or rehab program? 

  • Do they accept my insurance? 

  • What programs or facilities can I trust? 

  • Will the staff there understand and accommodate my needs? 

  • Am I comfortable traveling there, or sending my child there? 

  • What is the overall reputation of the program or facility among professionals? 

  • Can they accommodate my dietary and health needs? 

  • Will I be allowed to observe my religious practices there? 

  • Can I have my cell phone and other belongings while I’m there? 

  • Do they have extra amenities such as equine therapy? 

  • And more

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Our Treatment Navigation Service includes the following: 


  • A comprehensive assessment to determine the extent of the problem and the type of care needed. 

  • A  planning  session to determine your individual needs and preferences. We’ll ask about your insurance, your "must haves" and your concerns so that we can recommend the right program for you. 

  • We provide you with personalized recommendations for programs that meet your criteria

  • One-on-one assistance through the admissions process. This includes facilitating communication between you and the treatment center to ensure that everything is in order and you are all set to go. 

  • Ongoing communication throughout your stay to ensure that your needs are being met and you are receiving the absolute best care available 

  • Communication with your  insurance company to ensure that services are being covered by insurance, you are continuing to meet clinical criteria for ongoing treatment, and that your stay continues to be authorized by insurance

  • Discharge planning assistance so that when you leave the program, you are already linked with community providers who can continue to help you so that the changes you made aren’t undone when you return home

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Delaying treatment can be life threatening. Don’t let your confusion overwhelm you. Allow us to take the stress out of the process so that you can focus on what really matters: recovery. 


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