Arcadia Trails INTEGRIS Health Center for Addiction Recovery, Oklahoma’s most advanced state-of-the-art addiction, mental health and trauma treatment center in Edmond, now offers a full continuum of care to include a more robust array of outpatient services for adults aged 18 and older.
In April 2021, Arcadia Trails INTEGRIS Health entered an affiliation agreement with the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, the nation’s leading resource for individuals and families affected by substance use disorders. Under this agreement, Arcadia Trails INTEGRIS Health gained access to Hazelden Betty Ford’s enterprise-wide resources and support systems.
The result has been an increase in comprehensive treatment plans that span multiple levels of care: residential treatment, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient services.
“Our collaboration with Hazelden Betty Ford is proof of our commitment to address the growing problem of addiction in Oklahoma,” said Timothy Pehrson, the president and chief executive officer at INTEGRIS Health. “There is no easy answer and no quick fix, but by offering evidence-based, truly individualized care – we are beginning to make a difference one person at a time.”
“We are excited about the expansions Arcadia Trails has made to its continuum of care and look forward to building further upon our shared goals and commitment to high-quality, evidence-based care to treat addiction,” added Joseph Lee, M.D., president and chief executive officer of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. “Together, through our collaboration, we want to ensure Oklahomans and the region have access to the best possible options for life-changing addiction care and recovery support.”
Every patient’s journey at Arcadia Trails INTEGRIS Health begins with intensely comprehensive assessments that lead to a recommended level of care based on what is clinically appropriate for that individual. Such customized attention lays the foundation for long term success.
“Developing a high-quality full continuum of care allows us to improve outcomes and access to much needed substance use treatment,” said Javier Ley, executive director of Arcadia Trails INTEGRIS Health. “It provides the clinical framework for increased individualization of treatment that can meet each person’s specific needs while offering a vehicle for patient engagement and recovery supports over an extended time frame.”
Treatment programs at Arcadia Trails INTEGRIS Health have been approved by various health plans and health insurance companies, and a team of experts are available to help patients navigate benefits. To further meet patient needs, payor agreements are continually being added, and customized outpatient options have been expanded to allow greater access and more treatment options.