The Admission Process
A simple phone call to Inspire Malibu is all it takes. Our trained, courteous, and professional admissions counselors are here for you 24 hrs a day to answer your questions. We’ll help you or your loved one receive the personal care that is the standard of excellence at Inspire Malibu. Whatever your concerns, feel free to express them. Ask any questions, and we will provide answers, diagnose conditions, and initiate effective, successful individualized treatment.
The Cost of Our Program
The cost of our program is not published because it can vary depending on several factors, such as insurance, availability, and length of stay. We will do everything possible to find a way to make it work.
Coverage of treatment varies from one insurance company to another. Inspire Malibu will speak to your insurance company regarding coverage of our services, whether in-network or out of network PPO.
Four possible payment options
- Private Pay
- Private Pay with Health Insurance
- Health Insurance
- No Interest Financing
At Inspire Malibu, you will receive a safe environment, secure, with dignity, confidentiality, and comprehensive, personalized care. Our clinical staff, through assessment, will address all issues regarding the use, misuse, overuse, or abuse of any intoxicant or medication and mental health concerns. No physician would ever presume to diagnose a medical condition without thoroughly examining the patient.
What to Expect Upon Arrival
Inspire Malibu takes pride in the physical environment of our facility, the courtesy of our staff, and the exceptional quality of our food. All meals are prepared in full compliance with each patient’s specific dietary requirements. Nutritious snacks and drinks are always available. There are no crowded bunk-bed barracks, no rude remarks about unpleasant symptoms, and no stressful regimentation. At Inspire Malibu, treatment means you are treated, not mistreated. In addition to restoring physical health, Inspire Malibu fosters emotional balance and a sense of social dignity.
What to Bring
- Jeans, casual slacks, sports shirts, skirts, jogging suits, shorts such as Bermuda/walking shorts.
- Lightweight jackets and sweaters are recommended for evening wear.
- Walking Shoes and Sandals
- Personal toiletries
- Insurance card
- Prescription card
- Prescribed medication in its original, labeled container
- Cell phones, laptops and I-pod (optional)
- Cell phone charger
- Suggested additional clothing for recreational and therapeutic activities
- Sunglasses and hat or visor
- Bathing suits
- Sunscreen – Sunblock
For More Information, Call Us At 800-444-1838