a community of caring professionals
As a referring professional, you understand the importance of having a relationship with a trusted partner who can assist your client struggling with an addiction to find successful treatment and lifelong recovery.
Why Referring Professionals Trust Plum Creek Recovery Ranch
When you refer to Plum Creek Recovery Ranch, you can expect:
What We Do and Who We Treat
Plum Creek Recovery Ranch treats men and women (ages 18+) seeking lifelong recovery from the disease of addiction. We employ evidence-based treatment protocols in our treatment plans. The efficacy of these protocols is backed by proven and published research.
Although we do not provide sub-acute detoxification services onsite, we are staffed 24/7 with qualified medical personnel who specialize in addiction treatment. We will prescribe medication to ease the discomfort of withdrawal. We partner with our sister hospitals for any required medical detoxification.
Criteria for Admission into Our Treatment Program
Open communication for ongoing success
We understand that open and ongoing communication with you is key in your client’s success.
Once your client has been admitted*, their primary treatment counselor will also be in contact with you to introduce themselves, discuss your preferences and answer any questions you may have. You are welcometo reach out to your client’s primary counselor at any time during your client’s stay.
we care about consent
*Consent must be provided by your client prior to contact by the primary treatment counselor. Our recovery advocates will obtain all consents during the admissions process. If consent is denied, we will continue to work with your client to obtain their consent to contact you. Prior to admission, we encourage you to discuss the importance of allowing appropriate Plum Creek Recovery Ranch staff to include you in the treatment process.
How to Refer to
We make it very easy for you to refer your client to us. Simply call our 24-hour admissions hotline.
consultation & assessment
When you call, we will schedule a consultation and admissions assessment with your client. The consultation and assessment can take up to 45 minutes to an hour.
In order to obtain accurate information during the assessment, it is important that your client is in a comfortable, quiet place where an open and honest conversation can take place. This can be your office, if appropriate.
The admissions counselor will begin a judgment-free conversation about why your client is seeking treatment and their goals for living a life in recovery. This conversation is 100% confidential.
The information collected will only be used to answer questions, assess your client’s treatment needs, evaluate willingness to commit to treatment, and prescribe the best course of treatment.
If your client plans to use their health insurance benefits to cover costs associated with their stay, we will ask for the information from their health insurance card for benefit verification.
For more on what information our admissions counselors need and insurance verification, visit our admissions process page.