Referring Professionals

You’re in the right place If you’re a referring professional looking to get your client help at Luna Recovery
Your expertise, professionalism, and compassion for your clients are valued and respected. We’re always looking to align ourselves with like-minded referring professionals who share our same passion, goals, and vision for drug and alcohol rehabilitation. Collaboration is critical to building a strong foundation for helping those in our care live free of addiction.

You become part of our team.

Luna Recovery Services offers Inpatient Residential Treatment, Day Treatment, and an Outpatient Program. Our admissions team is equipped to determine the right program for your client that will meet their needs.

Once they’re admitted to any of our programs, with proper consent in place, you will become a part of the team. Your client’s primary therapist will make contact with you as they begin the assessment process for your client. Furthermore, you’ll be provided with reports on their progress throughout treatment.

Together, we’ll create a strong plan for lasting recovery.

As the referring professional, your voice will be important in the discharge planning process as we work together to create a solid plan for long-term recovery. You’ll receive a copy of your client’s continuing care plan and discharge summary when treatment is complete.

We keep our client communities small and our staff-to-client ratio high.

Your client will receive personal, individualized care with all the support they need to begin their path toward a healthy, addiction-free life. We ensure this by keeping our client recovery communities small and our staff-to-client ratio high.

Using evidence-based clinical practices and techniques, we offer robust trauma-sensitive programs to clients struggling with primary substance use disorders and with co-occurring disorders.

Strategies and therapies utilized:
  1. Family of Origin
  2. Attachment Theory
  3. Trauma-Informed Care
  4. Psychodrama
  5. Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  6. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  7. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
  8. Mindfulness