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New Sunrise Regional Treatment Center

Admission Criteria and Referral Procedures



A complete package is required for admission consideration.

The following are the eligibility criteria for admission:
  • Eligible for Indian Health Services Direct Care;
  • Age from 13 through 18;
  • Dual diagnosis (substance abuse & mental health;
  • Need for intensive treatment than is available on an outpatient basis.

The following may preclude admission:

  • Actively suicidal or cent serious self abuse;
  • Actively homicidal or recent serious violence;
  • Actively psychotic or impairment in reality testing;
  • Refusal to participate in the treatment program
  • Significant runaway risk – this is not a locked program
  • Inability to enter into treatment because of developmental level or cognitive impairment;
  • Behavioral problems that would significantly interfere with other residents’ treatment and
  • Medically unstable.

Contact Diego Calabaza, Intake Coordinator for a Referral Packet or any questions you might have regarding the admission process at (505) 552 – 5509.

Completed referral packets include a referral statement, parent and adolescent questionnaire, Chemical Dependency and/or Psychological Assessment, prior treatment summaries, immunization record, documentation of eligibility of services and consents and releases to assure continuity of care.

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