Adult Services FAQ
Detoxification - How long is the program?
Typically detoxification lasts for 5-10 days depending on level of intensity and funding source.
Detoxification - How much does it cost?
Please click on the funding tabs option of the website. Several factors determine the cost of treatment, including level of care and duration of stay. Contact administration if you have additional questions.
Detoxification - What medications are used for sub acute?
Medication regimens are determined by IVRS' Medical Director on a case-by-case basis, and may include Ativan; Clonodine; Compazine; Immodium; Tylenol or Motrin; Pepcid A/C; Robaxin; Donnatal; Folic Acid; and Thiamine. IVRS' also offers a Suboxone Program for those meeting the criteria.
Residential - How long is the program?
The treatment duration is based on medical necessity according to ASAM (American Society of Addiction Medicine) criteria. Each client is assessed at the onset of treatment to determine the length of treatment. For more information about ASAM criteria please visit; http://www.asam.org/quality-practice/guidelines-and-consensus-documents/the-asam-criteria
Residential - How much does it cost?
Please look at the funding tab on the website for more information. Several factors determine the cost of treatment, including level of care and duration of stay. Contact administration if you have any further questions.
Residential - Can we have visitors?
Yes. Visiting takes place on Sundays from 1pm to 5pm for the womens' program and Saturday 1pm to 5pm for the mens' program. Conditions apply.
Residential - Can we exercise?
Yes. Walking and recreation at the local park. There is a scheduled exercise time every morning for the clients.
Residential - Do we cook our own meals?
No. Three hot meals are served from our commercial kitchen.
Residential - Can I work while I'm there?
Yes. In some cases, with prior approval from the Treatment Team, clients are permitted to work once they have been in treatment for 45-60 days.
Can I bring my car?
Yes. After 45 days with prior approval from appropriate staff.
Is there a store or source for commodities?
We have snack and soda machines on-site. There are times when clients are permitted to go to the local store.
How many people to a room?
Spacious rooms up to Four (4) clients. Each room has their own bathroom accommodations.
Can I bring my laptop or cellphone?
No Laptops permitted for safety reasons. There is a computer on site for client use.
You can use your personal cell phone after the 7 day orientation or blackout phase. IVRS is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged cell phones or accessories. Each client must follow the cell phone policies while in treatment.
Can we smoke cigarettes or vape?
Yes, in designated areas outside of the building.
Can we watch TV?
Yes. At designated times.
Clients with Children - What is the age limit of children we can bring with us?
Men or women are permitted up to two (2) children aged 0-12 years.
Clients with Children - Is there a daycare for the children?
Yes. We have a Childcare Supervisor. In addition, all clients with children alternate watching the children daily.
Clients with Children - Can my children go to school while there?
Yes. Specific information about schools in the area will be available to you once you get to the program.
Residential -What food items can I bring to the residential program?
- Coffee or Tea products (must be instant)
- Dry creamer
- Sugar packets
- Soups (Ramen or cup of noodles-no cans)
- Dry cereal
- Oatmeal/Cream of Wheat packets
- Protein drinks-preferably powdered to be shaken
- Hot sauce
- Single serve tuna/chicken in a pouch
- Peanut butter
Please be aware that all items must be in a container, or bagged.
What should I bring with me if I am being admitted to Detox or Residential?
You can Bring:
- Approximately 5-7 days of appropriate clothing (Laundry provided onsite)
- 30 days of necessary medications
- Hygiene products, including hair dryer, flat iron (if you need them)
- MP3 player (Can not have internet access)
Do Not Bring:
- Blankets, pillows, or stuffed animals
- Any food items that are not on the approved list
- Mouthwash with alcohol
- Laptop or I-pads