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Taking the first step toward getting help can often be overwhelming. When you reach out to Sandstone Care, we’ll take time to listen to you, get to know you, and do our best to meet your unique needs. We promise to always have your best interest in mind, and will do everything we can to support you and keep the admissions process simple and straightforward.
Our compassionate and knowledgeable team will support you every step of the way. Here is what you can expect from the admissions process.
When you call the confidential Sandstone Care admissions line, one of our friendly and caring admissions coordinators will answer. Whether you’re seeking treatment immediately or just curious if you or your loved one may have a problem, they’re here to help and listen. They’ll ask you questions to familiarize themselves with your situation and what you’re going through, and make a recommendation based on your unique set of needs.
We offer several different outpatient programs for both teens and young adults at our North Bethesda location. If our admissions team recommends one of these programs for you, you’ll be scheduled for an assessment with our intake and assessment coordinator. In these 1-2 hour assessments, we’ll go over your mental health history, current substance use and substance use history, your support system, education, employment status, and other important aspects of your life. Our goal is to look at your situation as a whole, not just at what you’re struggling with right now.
If we feel that our programs won’t be a good fit for you, we’ll help to connect you with other programs and resources in your area that can provide you with services that will be able to better support you.
It will only take a few minutes to verify your insurance coverage. After you have submitted the form, a Sandstone Care admissions counselor will get in touch within one business day. We will go over what's going on for you or your loved one, your insurance benefits, our programming options, and next steps to admissions. No one likes a surprise when it comes to insurance coverage or billing.