Frequently Asked Questions



Persons must have a substance use disorder. Acceptable age is 18 and above. Persons with histories of mental illness will be required to send a copy of a recent (six months or less) psychiatric evaluation. Persons showing current dependence on barbiturates, benzodiazepines, and/or alcohol will be required to be detoxed before entering. Priority placement will be given to individuals who are intravenous drug users, pregnant, persons infected with HIV/AIDS, parents with children in the home, and CPS referrals. Persons with a history of sexual violence and registered as a sex offender will not be accepted.


How to Apply:

Long Term Residential and Recovery House Services

Withdrawal Management Services


Any client not Medicaid eligible, that does not meet the federal low-income requirements, will be charged a daily rate of $70.00 for Long Term Residential, $54.00 for Recovery House, and $350.00 for Withdrawal Management Services.


What to Bring:

List of what to bring