“Addiction is a family disease…one person may use, but the whole family suffers.”
If your family is like most others, you are not prepared for this, but something must be done — now. Having been in a similar situation, I started inCrisis Consultants to dramatically shorten the learning curve in finding the right solutions when addiction and/or mental illness hits your family. Those solutions include:
Interventions, if necessary, to get the individual to treatment.
Choosing the right treatment facility per the individual’s diagnosis; drug-use patterns; drug-related medical, mental & social problems; and financial resources, including insurance or no insurance.
Escorting the individual to rehab either locally or across the country.
Introduction to an attorney per the individual’s needs
One year case management to assist with the year-long treatment plan designed by licensed treatment professionals.
inCrisis Consultants assists you in choosing the right solution, right now. These options include rehabs where we know the personnel, treatment programs — evidence-based, modalities, gender specificity, MAT, Family Behavior Therapy, housing, private pay, insurance, ancillary costs, space availability — to name just a few.
Once the choice is made, we coordinate confirmation of insurance benefits -- if applicable -- the patient's phone assessment, medical records transfer, upfront payment, transportation to the facility -- with or without escort -- and aftercare - the transitioning into a lifetime of sobriety after formal treatment...the rest is up to the patient.
inCrisis Consultants, LLC is a completely independent entity. We only refer rehabs throughout the U.S. -- thirty-seven as of this writing -- we have visited, know the programs and staff.
We receive NO referral fees from attorneys, therapists, physicians, treatment programs or any other service we present. We work solely for our client — you.
Other than those involved with Client's treatment, inCrisis Consultants, LLC shall hold in strictest confidence and not use or disclose to any person the identity of Client and Client's agent(s).