What to Expect

Streamlined Admission Process: Supportive Guidance and Comprehensive Assessments at The Haven Treatment Center

When you arrive you will meet with a case manager who will assist you in completing all your admission paperwork. Following your admission, you will receive program orientation and meet with a licensed clinician who will conduct a comprehensive clinical assessment and help you formulate a treatment plan to determine the initial course of your treatment. You will then meet with The Haven’s medical provider for a medical history and physical exam, and to provide any necessary medication management needs that you might have.

What To Bring To Treatment

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  • One-week supply of prescription medications.
  • Medications must be in clearly labeled, original prescription bottles. 
  • All medications will be given directly to staff upon admission. 
  • Over-the-counter medications must come in original, sealed packages and go through an approval process. 
  • Some medications may be restricted from use while in services at The Haven. 
  • <Link to PDF of preferred and restricted medications>
  • Enough clothing for 7-10 days and a laundry basket. Each client is provided one dresser for storage and a weekly laundry day.
  • Bedding for a twin-size bed, including pillow. (The Haven can also provide bedding if you are unable to provide your own).
  • Personal toiletries: toothbrush, toothpaste, towel, shampoo, conditioner, body wash/soap, lotion, hairspray, mouthwash, etc. (All items must be alcohol- and propellant-free).
  • You are allowed to have a disposable vape, if you wish. The Haven can also provide nicotine replacement such as patches, lozenges or nicotine gum.
  • IPod or MP3 player (This cannot have internet access)
  • Books, paper, envelopes, photos (These are optional items. The Haven provides paper and pens).
  • State ID or Driver License, if available.
  • Envelopes and stamps

What To Leave At Home

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  • Excessive clothing and other belongings. Storage space is limited.
  • Drugs, alcohol and/or paraphernalia.
  • Weapons of any kind.
  • Cell phone, laptop, tablet, or any other electronic device that could be internet accessible. (You will be required to turn in your cell phone and we will keep that secured for you while you are here in treatment). You will have a phone available for your use that The Haven provides for your use following the initial blackout period.
  • Clothing that displays offensive and/or vulgar language or images, promotes the use of drugs and alcohol, or is sexually explicit in any way.
  • Items of personal value such as jewelry, money, or other sentimental items that are not replaceable. The Haven is not responsible for loss or theft of personal items.