We understand that the first call can be extremely difficult and even scary. Our admissions team is made up of individuals in long term recovery. We understand what it is like to make this call and are here to help. Whether you are calling for yourself, a loved one or a client we are ready to answer your questions in a professional and caring way. We can direct you to appropriate resources regardless of where you live or decide to seek treatment.

Our experienced, compassionate and knowledgeable admissions specialists are available to speak with you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

During your confidential phone consultation, we will:

  • Answer your specific questions and concerns.
  • Assess which program might be right for you or your loved one.
  • Assist you with any additional support or referrals that you may need.

The best way to get to know The Hills Treatment Center is to meet us in person. Call us to set up a tour and see the center firsthand.

We invite you to meet our staff, talk to one of our therapists, or speak to an alumnus to better understand the client experience at The Hills Treatment Center.

Call (800) 705-1909 to speak with one of our admissions specialists now. Or if you’d prefer you can email us at info@thehillscenter.com, and we will call you.

Pets Policy

Do you consider your pet part of your family, an integral part of your support system? If you do then we encourage you to bring your pet to The Hills Treatment Center and have them be a part of your treatment experience. The staff at The Hills Treatment Center has always believed that clients participate more enthusiastically when they know that their pets are well taken care of – by the pet owners themselves. Neurologically speaking taking care of a pet and experiencing unconditional love can raise dopamine and serotonin levels. In early recovery raising dopamine and serotonin levels in healthy ways can be crucial to starting long term recovery. This is why we invite your pets to join you throughout your journey of recovery.

Call 800.705.1909 or Request A Confidential Assessment

INTRODUCTION

This policy establishes the rules and conditions under which a pet may be kept at The Hills Treatment Center. The primary purpose of these rules is to establish reasonable requirements for the keeping of common household pets in order to provide a decent, safe and sanitary environment for existing and prospective clients, The Hills employees and the public, and to preserve the physical condition of The Hills propertyUnder 24 CRF §960.705, this policy does not apply to Assistive Animals that reside in public housing or that visit The Hills Treatment Center. It does not limit or impair the rights of persons with disabilities, or affect any authority The Hills Treatment Center has under other legal provisions to regulate animals that assist persons with disabilities. Violations of this policy shall be considered a violation of this agreement. The Hills Treatment Center may require the removal of a pet upon violation of these rules, or may commence eviction procedures.  Any animal found in The Hills Center outdoor or common areas without a proper license, tags and restraint shall be asked to restraint or proved proper licensure while in common areas. The Hills Center has the right to refuse the request for a client to have a pet stay with them during treatment for any reason as they see fit.

DEFINITIONS

  • Small-medium pets only – generally under 65lbs
  • Pet must be fully trained and appropriately restrained by Client.
  • Pet must comply with local legislation requirements.
  • Pet must be kept on a leash when in the houses or on The Hills property unless it is in the clients room.
  • Pets must not be left unattended. If client requires a pet-sitter or pet supplies, they must obtain on their own
  • Pets must be on a restrained or crated at night time
  • The pet must keep five feet away from kitchen area at all times.
  • Clients are responsible for cleaning up after their pet on The Hills property and in the neighborhood.
  • Any disturbances such as barking must be curtailed to ensure other clients or neighbors are not inconvenienced.
  • Clients must contact the housekeeping department to arrange for a convenient time for servicing their room.
  • Guests are responsible for all property damages and/or personal injuries resulting from their pet.
  • Guests agree to indemnify and hold harmless The Hills Center, its owners and its operator from all liability and damage suffered as a result of the guest’s pet.
  • The Hills Center reserves the right to charge guest’s account commensurate to the cost of such damages.