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WHY CHOOSE A REPRIEVE?
An alternative to traditional alcohol and drug rehab programs, the Reprieve is designed for those who have struggled to maintain long-term sobriety. We guide each individual through the 12 Steps, helping them better understand and manage their disease while rebuilding their connection to, and confidence in, themselves and their relationships.
Who is a candidate for a Reprieve program?
Men 18 or older with a diagnosed substance use disorder
Men who have trouble beginning and maintaining their sobriety or experience chronic relapse
Men struggling to work through and understand the 12 Steps
Men having difficulty with spiritual concepts and principles
Men in need of help to transition back to college or into a career
Men that lack direction and goals in the areas of employment, responsibility, and accountability
Men that have been unsuccessful in traditional rehab or 12-Step programs
Women age 18 or older with a substance use disorder that find it difficult to maintain sobriety or who experience chronic relapse
Women that struggle with relationships, an unhealthy body image, and/or self and peer acceptance
Women with co-occurring mental health concerns, such as depression and anxiety
Women dealing with grief or trauma
Women that lack direction and goals in the areas of employment, responsibility, and accountability
Women that have been unsuccessful in traditional rehab or 12-Step programs
Women in need of help to transition back to college or into a career
Other Admissions Criteria: Residents entering our Reprieve programs must have previously medically detoxed.
Residents must be ambulatory and able to manage medical or psychiatric conditions with self-care.
Residents must not have uncontrolled pain management issues or be prescribed addictive or potentially abused medications.
Residents must not have an unstable medical/psychiatric condition and no suicidal or homicidal ideation or plan and must not require intensive extended care for unstable psychological issues.
What to bring:
Personal toiletries and hygiene products
Small personal mementos or comfort items
Residents Are Provided:
Bedding and pillows
Bath towels and washcloths
Laundry access and supplies
All meals and snacks for the first 90 days – Men’s program
All meals and snacks for the duration of their stay – Women’s program
o Straight razors
o Illegal drugs
o Alcoholic beverages
o Synthetic drugs
o Unapproved medications
o Energy Drinks
o Unapproved Supplements
o Whey Protein
o Cell phones
o DVD players, DVDs
o Gaming consoles
o Any recording device
o Stereo equipment
o Hair coloring
o Aerosol products
o Lighter fluid
o Unapproved Digital Music/Mp3 players
Managing personal spending while in a Reprieve program
Family Contact & Visitation
Our men’s and women’s programs host family visitation each Sunday. Residents are allowed to leave the campus during the day with immediate family members with prior approval from their specialist. In later phases of our programs, residents earn 24-96 hour passes for home visits or to travel with family.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What is the cost of long-term care?
What should I bring with me to the Reprieve?
What kind of therapy will I receive?
Do you help those with co-occurring mental disorders, such as depression/anxiety/bipolar?
How long are the programs at the Reprieves?
Where are your facilities located?
Will I be able to have visitors?
Your family will be invited to attend our Family Program, held every three months. This educational session includes in-depth information about the treatment process, managing their negative behaviors, facility tours, and of course, time with you. Our facilities also host family visitation each Sunday. You can speak to our specialists to learn more about restrictions and offsite permissions.
What kind of meals/food are served?
In the first phase of our men’s long-term addiction recovery program, you will be offered three meals daily with various options to fit your needs. Any special dietary concerns will be addressed upon admission. As you progress to the later phases, you will be allowed to purchase and cook your own food.
Throughout your stay at our women’s long-term addiction recovery program, you will be served three meals daily by a personal chef. Meals will be diverse to fit the taste and needs of each individual, and all dietary concerns will be addressed as needed. You will also have the option to eat something else if one of the meals does not suit you.