Here are some common questions about our program, philosophy, and facilities
Choosing to get help is a big step and at St. Josephs’ Recovery Center, our goal is to remove any obstacles that may stop you from starting on your path to recovery
Your day will be full here. Morning hours include wake-up, nursing services, breakfast, and your first group session begins at 9:00 a.m. Group sessions and individual therapy, and other activities are held throughout the day with breaks in between. Lunch is served at noon and dinner at 5:00 p.m. each day. Our food is catered from a local cafe and it is delicious! At least once per week, you will meet with your assigned therapist on a one-on-one basis to address all of your particular needs. Your therapist will give you reading and writing assignments to complete. You will attend community-based 12-step meetings with your peers every day of the week. We have non-denominational church services available during the week and on Sundays. There are late evening and weekend hours where television time is permitted.
Phone privileges are granted with permission from your primary therapist. In order to accommodate multiple patients, calls are restricted to 10 minutes each. Families may call the nursing stations and/or counselors for updates with patient authorization.
We recommend that you have a family member or friend drive you here. In certain cases, we can help make transportation arrangements for you. Contact us directly to discuss your transportation plans.
Casual clothing (no more than 7 days worth – we have a washer and dryer on site that is available to you at no charge. We also provide the laundry detergent.)
Medication that you take on a daily basis – could include medication for high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, etc. Please ensure these medications are in the original bottle.
Money for personal items ($50 or less)
Your insurance card and a VALID, unexpired form of picture ID.
Inpatient treatment varies depending on each individual case. Many factors are considered to include the clinical assessment, insurance provider requirements, and job responsibilities. The initial length of stay at St. Joseph Recovery Center is normally 30 days but can be extended based upon medical necessity.
No. St. Joseph Recovery Center admits those that volunteer for treatment. Our doors are not locked.