The Last Resort Admissions
If you’re ready to take the next step in your recovery process and want to begin treatment with The Last Resort, our admissions specialists are available to talk through all your options with you.
Our Admissions Process
If you’re ready to take the next step in your recovery process and want to begin treatment, our admissions specialists are available to talk through all your options with you. Our admissions specialists treat each call with compassion, understanding and respect with strict adherence to confidentiality.
We will listen to your situation and help guide you through what is needed to join our program or reach another program. If we determine you are appropriate for one of our programs we will proceed with an intake assessment and schedule an arrival date. In many cases this can happen within 1-2 days from the first call.
New men arrive every day on our campus and we facilitate all logistics from the first call through arrival including interventions, consulting families, travel arrangements, packing list and insurance verification.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long is treatment?
Length of stay varies from 45-90 days depending on individual needs and addiction history.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes, we are in-network with several insurance providers. Fill out our form here to verify benefits within an hour.
Which airport is closest to you?
Both San Antonio, TX (SAT) and Austin, TX (AUS) are good options. If you need to fly into a different airport or plan on driving, call our admissions team to help arrange logistics.
What if my loved one doesn’t want to go to treatment?
There are several ways in which loved ones convince addicts to enter treatment. We can share these as well as contact information for reputable interventionists with high success rates.
Can I drink or use the night before arrival?
You need to be stable for detox when you arrive. Typically clients who need to detox have allowed 24-48 hours between use and arrival. It is important to consider the accidental overdoses that have occurred in this manner right before treatment.
Will my/my loved one’s belongings be searched?
Yes, we search belongings for illicit substances and harmful items to ensure the safety of our clients and community.