Admissions into DBHRC

Destiny Behavioral Health Resdential Care, LLC

Destiny Behavioral Health Care (DBHC) accepts admissions for several mental health, co-occurring and substance dependence issues. These may include depression, anxiety, panic attacks, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and any type of substance dependence issue. While we do not offer detoxification from substances medical care we will take clients following detoxification discharge from hospital settings.

  • Insurance Accepted
  • American Indian Health Plan
  • Hopi
  • Mercy Care Plan
  • Magellan

Admission into DBHC can happen same day in most cases. Send us the referral packet immediately to get the process started. We will start on it same day as we know that treatment needs occur around the clock.

What To Expect At Admission

When residents first arrive they are greeted by staff, directors, and clinical staff to ensure each and every need is accounted for within 24-hours following admission. Residents are provided the information to know the treatment program and what to expect. Each resident is given an opportunity to build their treatment plan with a licensed clinician to begin working on their goals from the very beginning.

Creating a Treatment Plan Right For You

Every intake and treatment plan with residents is completed by a licensed professional within 24-hours after admission. Residents can expect that their treatment plan will be what they describe as their goals versus the goals of the company. Residents are able to create goals that may include recovery from substance dependence, recovery from mental illness, family counseling, couples or marriage counseling, home passes and opportunities for day passes with family, anger management, parenting skills, domestic violence, codependency treatment, sexual issues, medication management, medical treatment, care, and follow up, school completion, GED options, career development, spiritual or religious growth, 12-Step sponsorship and involvement, health and fitness goals, among many other goals. No goal is considered inappropriate if a resident feels this goal is right for them.