Professional Referrals

At Bowling Green, we strive to make the admissions process as easy as possible so as to ensure a streamlined transition into our center. In many cases, prospective residents are referred to Bowling Green by others who feel that our programming will best meet their unique treatment needs.

Making Referrals

When a referral is made, the admissions process remains smooth and our staff of knowledgeable and helpful professionals will do all that they can to make sure that the referral process is just as efficient.

Those who feel a man or woman would benefit from the care we supply can contact us directly to inquire about the criteria for admissions, the process of admissions itself, or to learn more about the programs we offer. Additionally, our marketing staff can accept referrals and pass along a prospective resident’s information to our admissions staff, who will then follow up with the referral source.

Types of Referral Sources

In addition to close friends or family members, the following are among the types of referral sources who refer men and women to our center:

  • Therapists
  • Social Workers
  • Psychologists
  • Psychiatrists
  • Physicians
  • Addiction Counselors / Specialists
  • Other staff members from inpatient and outpatient treatment centers, as well as hospitals

Furthermore, non-clinical entities commonly refer people to Bowling Green. Below are examples of such entities that have made referrals to one of our programs:

  • State, county, or social service agencies
  • Judicial system
  • Unions
  • Employers
  • Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)

Working with Alumni

Alumni who have already completed a program or programs at Bowling Green have also referred other individuals to our center, oftentimes with the hope that someone they know will reap the same benefits they did while entrusted in our care.

If you have identified someone who you feel could benefit from partaking in the programming offered at Bowling Green, give us a call today.

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Marks of Quality Care
Why does this matter?
  • American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)
  • Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)