Admissions

Our Drug and Alcohol Program for Women

Congratulations on your decision of seeking a new way of life free from addiction. We have made the process of gaining admittance to the Providence Women’s Recovery center  as simple as possible and ask that you read every word below to understand what to do next.

Step One | Interview

The very first thing you need to do is call us at phone number (706) 229-7775, and ask to speak with the women’s intake coordinator, to schedule a phone interview. Upon having been found to be a good fit for our program, you will proceed to step two.

Step Two | Fill Out Application & Email or Fax Back

Second, download and save the Application to your computer (right click and select save link as). Fill it out as thoroughly as possible, save it, and then email it to: help@providencewomensrecovery.com or…

Fax it back to us at (706) 673-3845 Attn: Women’s Intake Coordinator.
IMPORTANT – To use the forms built in email button, you must first save the PDF to your computer. Other wise you may find it easier to print it and fax it to us. Either way if fine.

Step Three | Get Blood Screen

After we’ve received your completely filled out application, you will be instructed to have blood tests performed. The types of tests that need to be performed will be disclosed to you during or after the phone interview. After we have received your blood test results at fax number (706) 673-3845 Attn: Women’s Intake Coordinator, you will proceed to step four.

Step Four | Schedule Entrance Date

All that’s left at this point is to take care of the $4,900 sponsorship fee and to schedule your admittance day. You may download and print the Financial Agreement / Media Waiver here. (To save the file to your computer, right click and select “save file as”)

If you have any questions at any point of this process, you are invited to call the women’s intake coordinator at phone number (706)275-0268. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during these very hard times. Please know that we see families healed and restored all the time through Christ’ redeeming power. There is hope.