FAQ about treatment programs and services at Hannah’s House:
What can I expect when I call an Admissions Specialist?
Will I have to discuss my life with dozens of people?
What if my family member needs an intervention?
It is a common misconception that people cannot or will not recover “unless they are really willing and have hit their own bottom.” Fortunately, there is evidence-based data that suggests outcomes are similar for people who complete treatment, regardless of what got them into treatment (court, intervention, etc.).
What will my costs be for treatment?
Does Hannah’s House provide detox services?
What family involvement is included in the treatment process?
At Hannah’s House, we know that addiction and alcoholism are family diseases that can affect the entire family system. Our goal is to heal the whole family. Families are encouraged to participate in our multiday Family Program, which combines education, support, and therapeutic interaction with the patient as well as with other families. After admission, our Family Program team will call to discuss Family Program options and dates.
Do you treat co-occurring mental disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder?
Does Hannah’s House offer 12-Step substance use disorder treatment?
What is the layout of Hannah’s House campus?
Is there any follow-up after discharge?
Why choose Hannah’s House? What makes it different than other addiction treatment centers?
What should I bring?
Here are some suggested items to bring:
- A pair of closed-toe tennis shoes for wellness activities and a pair of sandals for the beach
- A warm sweater or sweatshirt along with a light jacket or rain jacket
- Swimming attire and a cover-up for the pool
- Comfortable sleepwear and a robe
- Sunglasses and a hat or visor
- Pants, shorts, T-shirts, or long-sleeved shirts
- Alcohol-free personal toiletries
You will be able to launder your clothes during your stay, and we provide laundry detergent.
What should I leave at home?
- Dressy clothing
- Sports equipment
- Aerosols or perfumes/colognes
- Vaporizers and “e-liquids”
- Loose tobacco
- Open packs of cigarettes
- Anything containing alcohol
Unless previously arranged with an Admissions Specialist, laptops, cell phones, or other electronics will not be accessible during your treatment. However, we are happy to keep them safe for you. Call 561.841.1272 with any questions or to speak with an Admissions Specialist.
How do you treat protected health information?
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