Our Admissions Steps

We understand that reaching out for help can feel overwhelming. When you call us you will be connected to a caring, knowledgeable Intake Specialist who will address your concerns, answer your questions and guide you through the admission process.

  • Call Us
    If you are concerned about yourself or a loved one call us directly at 800-233-9999 to speak to an Intake Specialist. He or she will answer your questions about addiction and rehabilitation, and provide information about Cornerstone. Our Admissions Department is open Monday – Friday 7am-8pm, Saturday 8am-8pm, Sunday and Holidays 8am-4pm.
  • Driver Pick-Up
    Courtesy transportation arrangements are available through Cornerstone’s fleet of vehicles.
  • Arrival
    Your Intake Coordinator will gather information and ensure that the admissions process runs as smoothly as possible.
  • Complete a pre-admissions intake evaluation
    Your Intake Coordinator will work with you to complete a pre-admission assessment

    • Types of substances being abused
    • Length and frequency of use
    • Any past addiction treatment
    • Areas of significant distress
    • Employment and living situation
    • Other medical information
  • Payment
    We will collect your insurance and financial information in this initial assessment. Next, we will verify your insurance benefits and walk you through payment options.

What to Bring

For our guests safety and welfare, please review our list of approved items to bring to our facilities. Items that are not approved will be stored and returned to you when leaving the facility.

  • A picture ID
  • A medical insurance card
  • Medications taken. If seeking a rehab admission, a 30 day supply is required.
  • Change of clothes. If seeking a rehab admission, a week’s worth of clothing is recommended.
  • Money for miscellaneous expenses ranging between $20 -$50 to cover telephone calls and store runs. Cornerstone does not provide patients with money for miscellaneous expenses.
  • If client is being referred from a detox setting the counselor/social worker must fax Cornerstone with the history and physical report, the bio-psychosocial report, a current PPD or chest x-ray results, lab results and a list of all current medications the client is taking. All packets will be reviewed by the CTFN’s medical team for face to face approval.

Insurance carriers

We work with a wide variety of insurance carriers. We will call your insurance company and discuss the treatment plan to determine the type and extent of your coverage. Call now and get a free verification of your insurance benefits with no obligation.

  • United Health Care
  • Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • MetroPlus
  • Healthfirst
  • Straight Medicaid
  • Most Managed Care providers
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