Admissions to SJRP
St. John’s Recovery Place is a substance abuse primary detox and residential treatment center. We treat men and women 18 years of age and up who are struggling with substance abuse and addiction. If you or someone you know could benefit from our services just give us a call. The admissions process begins with a phone call and a brief, confidential conversation with one of the knowledgeable members of our admissions team. Our compassionate admissions team is available to discuss treatment options and our program.
“Wonderful experience at SJRP! I gained the strength and confidence to live a happier and healthier lifestyle! The entire staff is amazing and made my stay comfortable!”
Meet Our Director of Admissions
Kevin’s vast experience in the recovery field benefits patients, families and the team at St. John’s Recovery Place. Having worked in direct patient care, administration, and management at three different facilities, he is well positioned to help bring best practices in the treatment of substance abuse and addiction to St. John’s Recovery Place. His additional experience in finance, insurance and marketing is a definite plus. In Kevin’s words “I have a passion for helping individuals start on the path to recovery and learn how to maintain a clean and sober life. We know that addiction affects everyone in the person’s sphere, especially families and close friends, and I want to do all that I can to offer education and support to them as well.”
Admissions and Intake Virtual Tour
Insurance and Payment Information
Potential clients will go through a quick and comprehensive telephone screening so we can get to know the potential patient. These questions are designed to help us get a detailed idea of what is going on, so we can determine the best course of treatment and determine if St. John’s Recovery Place is the right fit. These questions include a history of alcohol or drug use, medical information, treatment history and insurance information. Once this has been completed and reviewed the admission time will be scheduled.
- Clients must come to treatment with all their necessary clothes and shoes (All toiletries will be provided).
- All prescription medications for the entire stay in their original containers (samples are prohibited)
- Not allowed: narcotics, amphetamines, controlled substances, sleep aids, etc. or they will be destroyed
- Please place all your medications in one bag
- ID or Driver’s License- This will be needed to fill any medications
- Insurance/prescription/pharmacy card and Dental insurance (or payment method for prescriptions)
- Personal spending money, cash, credit card, or a prepaid Visa gift Card ($200)
- Casual conservative clothing for one week only. 7 outfits for day wear and 7 outfits for sleeping ONLY.
- There are laundry facilities on site to wash clothes (Detergent is provided)
- Lite Jacket or Sweatshirt – It can be cool in the building and at night outside.
- Bathing Suit – Must be conservative (If it is a bikini or deemed too revealing you will be asked to wear a t-shirt and or shorts over it)
- A minimum cigarette supply for one week. Cigarette packs MUST be unopened. Additional cigarettes can be ordered while in treatment (Cash/Credit Card/ or Visa gift card). E-cigarettes are NOT permitted.
- Drugs / Alcohol. Clients are not allowed to purchase, possess or use legal or illegal mind/mood-altering substances including over –the-counter cough and sleep aids. No drug paraphernalia is allowed. If you have legal or illegal mind-altering substances in your possession at the time you are admitted, you will be asked to give these to the nurse on duty. Illegal substances will be disposed of.
- Electronic devices including laptops, MP3 players, CDs, pagers, video games, videos, DVDs, cameras, TVs, clock radios, E-readers, (E-cigarettes are not permitted)
- Cell phones: you may want to travel with your cell phone to our facility; however, we will place it in our safe upon arrival
- Mouthwash containing alcohol
- Aerosols (including shaving cream)
- Over-the-counter medications
- No torch lighters
- Weapons and/or anything deemed so by staff
- Paints, paint thinner/remover, turpentine, denatured alcohol, rubbing alcohol, kerosene, gasoline or Freon, fireworks, candles, incense, airplane cement, glue, or adhesives.
- Hair dyes or hair coloring products, fingernail polish and polish remover
- Sports equipment (weights, fishing poles, baseball bats, etc.)
- Clothing: no clothing or hats with inappropriate messages or symbols which have sexual, gambling, racial, alcohol or drug references; no tank tops, yoga pants, low-cut shirts, crocheted, knitted or see through shirts; shorts higher than 4 inches above the knee
- Outside Food/ Drinks- NOT ALLOWED TO BE BROUGHT ON CAMPUS
- Coolers, coffee pots, cooking devices, electric blankets and heating pads
- Other items deemed inappropriate for treatment