...but then I went to Pathways. They taught me to love myself and that I was worth saving. The counselors really cared about me and didn't judge me. They saved my life and showed me life can be a happy place and that I deserve to be happy...
Admission to an addiction rehabilitation center like Pathways can be stressful. However, it may be the only way to find freedom from the hold of alcohol and drug addiction. At Pathways, we try to help all clients feel welcome throughout their time at our facility, from their initial admission to their newfound freedom at discharge.
Clients go through the following process PRIOR to the time of Admission:
Clients go through the following process AT THE TIME of Admission:
We are committed to assisting residents and their families with the development of strategies to maintain a healthier lifestyle, self-actualization, and restoration of the whole person within a trauma informed environment.
Pathways staff are available to answer questions, verify insurance benefits, and discuss funding options Monday through Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm by calling 920-894-1374. Press 1 when prompted.
Individuals go through the following process to be approved for Pathways Treatment services. Required forms are available below or can be completed verbally by calling during business hours.
Clients go through the following process to be accepted into Pathways Programming:
*Currently, Wisconsin Medicaid and BadgerCare Plus members DO NOT have Residential Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Treatment benefits, however they may cover Adult Day Treatment and Intensive Outpatient (IOP). If you need residential level of care but don't have appropriate insurance coverage or the ability to self-pay, contact your County Health and Human Services Dept and ask for an assessment or screening, and a possible referral for Residential Treatment. Not all counties are able to help, however it's worth asking in case they are able to assist.
To be Completed and Submitted to Pathways PRIOR TO Admission:
To Review PRIOR TO Admission:
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