What is residential treatment? The residential treatment program offers 50 hours of weekly activities which include group counseling, education, therapeutic recreation, and individual sessions with a professional counselor. Residents choose between a private room and shared suites of four-to-a-room in a positive climate that gives each individual an opportunity to adjust to a way of living that is focused on strengthening recovery to increase self-sufficiency.
How long is residential treatment? Residential length of stay varies greatly. Individuals may agree to a week-long episode of residential treatment following a sudden relapse. Other patients new to recovery may need intensive treatment while beginning a new lifestyle
What Should I Bring?
Clothing and towels:
-One week’s worth of casual, comfortable clothing
-Set of bath towels
-Adequate jacket or coat, and hat to go outside in cold weather
-Open toe sandals are allowed but must be worn with socks
-Supply of over‐the‐counter medicaon
-Supply of prescription medication, if applicable –> staff secures all medications in a locked location and oversees regular distribution as medically necessary.
-Shower shoes (recommended, not required)
-Your own pillow
-Stamps and envelopes
-Personal reading material
-Change for the payphone and/or soda machine Contact numbers for family/friends, doctors.
Items already provided:
-Bed sheets and blankets
-Washer and dryer
For a safe therapeutic and recovery focused environment, we do not allow the following:
-Any product which contains alcohol (such as mouth wash, cologne, or hand‐sanizer)
-Hats or bandanas for inside the building
-Food or drinks
-Personal electronic devices of any kind, such as a CD player, iPod, laptop, cell phone, video games, etc.
-Valuables ‐ there are no lockers in rooms.
Saturday and Sunday: 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
For holiday hours and inclement weather closings, click here.
Phoenix Programs allows smoking in designated smoking area during designated times.
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