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When a woman calls Hammocks, she will speak with one of our admissions specialists. The specialist is her guide and source for any information she may need about how the admissions process works. Admissions specialists work closely with each woman and her loved ones to determine the level of care she needs and whether Hammocks can meet those needs.?
The process begins with a conversation with the patient so that we can understand her needs and help guide her with the next steps.
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It’s essential for a woman seeking treatment to understand her options that will enable her to afford quality care. Seeking treatment for a substance use disorder is a big step. She is making her life and health a priority. Our team will help each woman understand her treatment options. ?
We recommend contacting an admissions specialist to discuss the situation and needs of the prospective resident. If Hammocks is not the right substance abuse treatment center for the resident, we can help her find another quality program.?
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The admissions team at Hammocks on the Edisto provides an estimated amount for treatment which the resident will need to pay prior to her admission. Our team expects that she pay this amount, and we will finalize any financial arrangements during the admission process or during such a time that we’ve acquired new information. For more information on the full fee schedule, we would be happy to provide it.
Insurance may cover all or a portion of the cost of treatment. We can evaluate the insurance options and quickly advise the resident on the specifics of her policy.
Our team works each day to develop a comprehensive, individualized treatment plan. This unique plan meets each resident’s unique needs throughout her stay at Hammocks. We begin developing each person’s treatment plan during our pre-admission screenings and continue through our discharge planning. We strive to get to the “root of the problem.” We work to understand what motivates each woman’s urge to use substances and the uncontrollable cravings to self-medicate the distress. Evaluations and meticulous assessments will occur from the following professional designations during admission: