Our experienced, compassionate and knowledgeable admission staff is available to speak with you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. During your confidential phone consultation we will:
- Assist you with any additional support or referrals that you may need.
- Assess which program might be right for you or your loved one.
- Answer your specific questions and concerns.
You can also meet us in person. Call our admissions to set up a tour and see the center firsthand. We invite you to meet our staff and talk to one of our therapists so you can better understand the client experience at Iris Healing Retreat.
The Admissions Process
- While there are a few steps to the process, it’s designed to get you or your loved one into the appropriate level of treatment as quickly as possible. Once you have made the initial inquiry regarding admission, our staff will talk with you individually to begin an assessment for you or your loved one.
- An individual assessment is made for you or your loved one
- Program description is made and what is required of individual while in treatment
- Intervention coordination if applicable
- Coordinate travel to our facility
- Other referrals where appropriate
Fees and Costs
Our Commitment to Confidentiality
Iris Healing Retreat’s commitment to each person’s privacy and confidentiality is insured by our legal responsibility and mandated by Federal HIPAA regulations. Each staff member is dedicated to upholding these standards in all communications and records.
Information for Incoming Residents
Our program has rules and requirements that have evolved from years of experience in working with alcoholics and addicts. It is important that residents follow the rules even if they do not fully agree with them. They are designed to help them practice personal discipline and personal responsibility. Our program is simple. Residents must:
- Cooperate with the treatment team
- Participate in their recovery
- Follow the schedule
- Observe the rules
- Take direction
- Work the steps
- Get a sponsor
- Attend required meetings, step studies, workshops and groups
- Get phone numbers and call people in the program daily
- Read all required literature
- Be of service
What to Bring and What Not to Bring
- All personal hygiene articles including bath soap, deodorant, shampoo, razors, toothpaste, toothbrush and tampons (Nothing that contains Alcohol)
- Blow dryer/curling iron
- Casual clothes
- Walking shoes/tennis shoes
- Socks (several pair)
- Jacket, sweatshirt or heavy sweater
- Bathrobe, slippers and pajamas
- Prescriptions for any approved medications
Do Not Bring
- Laptop computers, iPads, tablets, etc. (We DO NOT store these items)
- Any medications not pre-approved or without prescription
- Over the counter medications unless for a specific condition
- Alcohol based mouthwash, hydrogen peroxide, perfume, or isopropyl alcohol or any items that contain alcohol
- No food items. We cannot accept any items that have not been purchased under our supervision.
- Your car
- Scissors (of any type), mace, pepper spray, knives
- Clove cigarettes, chewing tobacco
- Mp3 players, ipods, etc
- No Face Metal
- Multivitamins (one nationally recognized brand)
- Stuffed animal
- An extra blanket (no bedspreads)
- Cigarettes (money for cigarettes)
- Watch and alarm clock (no radio alarm clocks)
- Personal address book, stationery, stamps and books