May 16, 2017

International Patient Admission Process

International Patient Admission Process

INTERNATIONAL PATIENT ADMISSION PROCESS

GUIDELINE for ADDICTS, their FRIENDS & FAMILY MEMBERS

1 – Recognition of need for professional assistance
Whether you’re concerned about someone or they have asked for help-give Twin Rivers a call TODAY!

2 – Contact a Twin Rivers Consultant
Engage in a confidential, discreet conversation with a Twin Rivers Consultant to assess the patients’ needs.

Twin Rivers Director, Interventionist and UK Accredited Addiction Counsellor +27(0)828633159 – David Briskham – Twin Rivers Director, Interventionist and UK Accredited Addiction Counsellor.
Accredited Specialist in Drug and Alcohol Addiction, Family Therapy Counsellor, and Counselling Supervision +44(0)7950316218 – Adrian Rooke – Accredited Specialist in Drug and Alcohol Addiction, Family Therapy Counsellor, and Counselling Supervision.
Drug and Alcohol Addiction Counsellor UK +44(0)783626166 – Chris Sharpe – Drug and Alcohol Addiction Counsellor UK.

3 – Assistance with travel information, Chaperone available
We can assist with travel advise and arrange a chaperone to support the patient between home and Twin Rivers Rehab
A chaperone is a trained individual who assists the patient with the stressors that can arise whilst travelling to rehab.

4 – Arrange patient detoxification
Whether carried out in the UK or through Twin Rivers, this medically supervised process will be explained to you.

5 – Admission to Twin Rivers Rehab
What started as a phone call now becomes reality as the patient is admitted into Twin Rivers Rehab.

6 – Aftercare Programme with a Twin Rivers Consultant
Residential treatment is an extremely important process that MUST be followed up by an aftercare programme which enables the patient to experience long-term sustainable recovery.