A safe and comfortable place for recovery
Patients are assigned to a residence of their peers where all housing supplies are furnished including all furniture, individual bedding supplies and a fully equipped kitchen. Patients are responsible for providing their own food and personal hygiene products.
Housing is a safe and monitored environment where an experienced staff member is present to assist patients with daily support, understanding the rules of housing, performing observation rounds, sign-ins and sign-outs as permitted by their treatment level, and ensure that patients are safe and supported during their time in recovery.
Following the IOP Treatment Program, there is an option to move to Transitional Housing for those patients who have a need and desire to continue in a recovery program that gives them additional freedom to work and live more independently, but still having the support of a treatment team.
What to bring
Personal hygiene items
shampoo, conditioner, soap, deodorant, toothpaste, toothbrush, lotion, menstrual products, et cetera. No hygiene products that contain alcohol.
7 Shirts, pants, pair of PJs, 4 pair of shoes, 2 jackets/hoodies, 2 dress outfits, Undergarments & socks
You will have access to your cell phone throughout your treatment
Bring non-perishable, shelf stable, non-refrigerated food
Pencils, pens, paper, and stationary items that you will find useful in group sessions and one-on-one therapy