Admission into the Kramer Center
We know from over 15 years of direct experience that when a family makes a call to help a loved one words can hardly describe the feelings of devastation, despair, hopelessness, sadness, anger, confusion and frustration.
Families who contact KCNB are treated with respect and honesty. The admissions process begins as the admissions director works with the addicted person and their family gathering information to complete a pre-assessment screening process. When appropriate, admission continues with the intake and medical clearance phase of treatment. This occurs over the first week in recovery as each addicted person receives an individualized treatment plan based on the collaborative efforts of our licensed practitioners and treatment staff. After stabilizing and assessing each client, the center closely monitors the development of their individual treatment plan to address addiction and the underlying issues that lead up to it.
Step 1: Contact
The first step in the admissions process is to contact the Kramer Center at 1-844-747-7779. The admissions director will answer your questions and provide information regarding treatment options at the Kramer Center.
Step 2: Assessment
Treatment candidates receive a pre-assessment screening to ensure appropriateness for the client population followed by a complete biological, psychological, and social evaluation upon intake.
Step 3: Commitment
The Kramer Center works with each family to formalize a mutual commitment to the program. Addiction is a family disease requiring change from both the addicted person and their family. As the Kramer Center delivers the agreed upon basic services to the client, families demonstrate their commitment to by following the staff’s guidance to keep the addicted person in treatment.
Step 4: Treatment
The healing process starts when someone who cares about the addicted person picks up the phone and calls us. Treatment begins as information is gathered during the pre-assessment screening, intake evaluation, and medical clearance processes. The first 28 days in rehab can affect the rest of the addicted person’s life.