The first step in admitting to Montare at the Valley is to contact our admissions team and ask any questions you may have about our residential mental health treatment program. Next, an initial assessment will be conducted to determine if you or the individual you are referring is clinically viable for treatment.
If the clinical team reviews the assessment and determines that the individual is a fit for our program, a longer assessment will be conducted with a clinician to ensure we can meet all the treatment needs of the individual and assign a level of care that best meets the individual’s needs.
If the potential client is currently in another treatment facility, or has recently been hospitalized, we may request certain records for clinical review including:
Most recent psychiatric evaluation
- Most recent history and physical
- Most recent psycho-social history
- Most recent clinical notes (if in a treatment program)
- List of current medications (dosage and frequency)