Our Admissions Team
V.P. of Referral Relations
For Intervention Help
Director of Admissions
There are several criteria to admit to a residential level of care but first and foremost the question that needs to be answered; am I or the person in question, suffering consequences. Are we having trouble at work, in school, in our home life, with the law? People who use or drink in a normal manner don't suffer consequences from their use. They are not late to work, they are not mysteriously ill all the time, they don't argue with their loved ones, at least not because of their substance use.
We have an experienced, educated and most importantly, a kind group of men and women in the Cirque Lodge admission's department. They can answer any questions you may have about our drug and alcohol rehab programs at the Lodge and Studio. No question is too big or too insignificant when it comes to alcohol or drug treatment.
The admissions team can help with a free assessment to determine whether this level of treatment is appropriate for you, either on the phone at 1-800-582-0709 or on-line. You can learn more about our programs and facilities or if warranted we can to direct you to resources more appropriate for your needs. You can also glean information regarding what to bring for an addiction treatment stay by looking through the admissions sections of "Guidelines and What to Bring". The admissions team can also handle any arrangements for someone coming to the alcohol and drug treatment program at the Cirque Lodge. Call today! That number again is 1-800-582-0709.
|Gender:||Male and Female|
|Treatment:||Drug Addictions, Alcohol Addictions and other Substance Abuse issues including dual diagnosis|
|Medical:||A thorough History and Physical examination will be completed upon arrival by our medical staff. If you have had a physical examination within the last 30 days, please provide a copy for our Admission department.|
|Emotional:||Any prior psychological treatment information should be provided if there is any concern that it might interfere with an individual's ability to be treated for chemical dependency. As much as possible, mental and emotional disorders should be stable prior to admission.|
|Physical:||An individual will be expected to actively participate in all drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs and should be able to function without major limitations.|
|Spiritual:||We believe that recovery involves spiritual healing and ask that all individuals seeking addiction treatment at Cirque Lodge, in Sundance, Utah be open to exploring this aspect of their lives.|
|Knowledge about and availability of prior treatment records and information will be beneficial to the staff prior to treating each individual. Appropriate requests for Release of Information can be provided.|
|Pre-Admission:||Please take a moment to fill out our free Pre-Admission Intake Assessment form. This information will help us provide you with the best individualized drug or alcohol treatment program tailored to your individual needs.|
The Cirque Lodge continuum of care is designed for a minimum 30-day length of stay. We have different levels of care and to a degree they are determined by individual clinical needs. Additional primary, extended, and outpatient treatment is available as needed.
The rates for alcohol or drug rehab treatment are all-inclusive and include items the resident will need during his/her treatment stay, including clothing and equipment necessary to participate in the program. For a complete list of items to bring, please go to our things to bring page. Additional costs and expenses that are outside bailiwick of residential substance abuse treatment are the responsibility of the resident. These include detoxification, laboratory work and ancillary charges. A deposit for 30 days is due upon admission. Payment is billed weekly for additional charges. Any other arrangements will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Prior to admission, please review our Pre-Arrival Checklist.
Accreditation and Licensure
Cirque Lodge is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO), and is licensed by the State of Utah under the Department of Health and Human Services. The Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations has long been considered the gold standard of Accreditation.
The public may contact the Joint Commission's Office of Quality Monitoring to report any concerns or register complaints about a Joint Commission-accredited health care organization by either calling 1-800-994-6610 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We believe the Cirque Lodge is the finest therapeutic treatment experience available today in adult residential substance abuse treatment. Many of our clients could have gone anywhere in the world for their treatment and have chosen the Lodge for our facilities, programs and venue! Please visit our testimonials page to read some of their comments. For information on how we can help you or a loved one, please call us today.