Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the program?

The program is a seven-month program which consist of 12 weeks of Relapse Prevention group and 16 weeks of Aftercare.

What is the cost of the program?

The cost of the program is based on a sliding fee scale depending on income. We accept all forms of Medicaid, private Anthem, and Recovery Works referrals.

Would I have a counselor to talk to?

Yes, everyone will have an assigned counselor.

Can I bring in medication?

Yes, we understand that treating the whole person improves short-term and long-term recovery outcomes, and this treatment will sometimes involve medication prescribed by a doctor. We support all forms of MAT and if you are interested in MAT, a referral to a MAT provider will be made. All currently prescribed medications must be brought to the intake appointment. All medication must be in the original bottle and verified by your doctor prior to self-administration. Expired medications will not be approved.

Will I be able to work?

To be eligible for the Recovery Residency, you must be able to work. If you are on disability, you must be able to volunteer in the community. Job search is a part of the program and will be every weekday from 8:00am-11:00am and from 12:00pm-4:00pm. Employment must not interfere with group attendance. Groups are offered in the morning and in the evening.

What kind of personal items can I bring with me?

You may bring seasonally appropriate, comfortable clothing for two weeks along with any needed toiletries, bedding for a twin-size bed, a towel/washcloth, and laundry detergent. For a detailed list of items to bring to the Recovery Residency refer to the Services tab under "Preparing for Recovery".

Will I be drug screened while in treatment?

Drug testing is a part of the initial assessment and will continue on a random basic throughout the treatment program.