LCP Fix Admissions - Clearfork Academy


Ready to lead your teen to a new legacy?

Call us at - (817) 259-2597

Give us a call to discuss our unique program and how we can help your teen and family recover, complete an assessment, verify insurance benefits and arrange financials, and have all of your questions answered before treatment.

This is what the Lord says: “Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, ask where the good way is, and walk in it, and you will find rest for your souls.

Jeremiah 6:16 NIV

What Will It Cost?

It’s difficult when a loved one you care about is in the depths of substance abuse or mental health struggles, and you aren’t sure if the right treatment is affordable. Thankfully, we accept a wide range of insurance plans, and our admissions coordinators will take the time to verify your benefits, work out any financial obligations, and work out authorization with your insurance on your behalf. If your teenager is a good fit for our treatment philosophy both clinically and medically, we’ll do all we can to make sure financials are not a barrier to receiving care.

Insurance We Accept

What To Bring

Individuals attending treatment at Clearfork Academy may bring the following personal items for their stay. (Note: These items are subject to inspection at the time of arrival. Please make sure all clothing is free of strings. No belts will be permitted.

All items may be approved or denied at management’s discretion at any time during the course of treatment.

  • 7 pants/shorts, including workout clothes (NO STRINGS PERMITTED)
  • 1 pair of pajamas (if any)
  • 7 pairs of socks
  • 7 pairs of underwear
  • 2 crew neck sweatshirts (NO STRINGS PERMITTED)
  • 1 coat (if it’s winter)
  • 2 pairs of shoes (slides, tennis shoes)
  • Solid deodorant
  • Tooth brush (no electric)
  • Toothpaste
  • Bathing soap*
  • Body lotion*
  • Body wash*
  • Shampoo/conditioner*
  • Facial cleansing cloths*
  • 1 Picture of family only (NO FRAMES)
  • Personal pillow and blanket (optional)
  • Stationary including envelopes and stamps


What NOT to Pack

The following items are not allowed for any reason:

  • Razors of any kind
  • Electronic devices, phones, iPads, e-readers, devices that connect to the internet
  • Jewelry of any kind: rings, watches, earrings, etc.
  • Gang related or affiliated items
  • Jeans, shorts or other clothing with holes
  • T-shirts with addiction, racial, or gender-related statements
  • No Food or Drinks
  • Fidget items, toys, devices of any kind Weapons
  • NO Aerosol Cans of any kind
  • Alcohol, nicotine or other mood-altering substances drugs/paraphernalia

Please note any items brought in, and not considered contraband may be approved or denied at Management’s discretion.


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