Prior to Arrival

Please bring a photo ID, a social security card, an insurance card, and emergency contact information.

If you do not have a photo ID, you can obtain one from your local revenue office. If you do not have insurance, it is required that you apply for insurance, through the Marketplace, prior to admission and intake, as it is a necessary part of the process. Applicants may apply, for insurance, at, or by calling: 1-855-372-1084.

Bring any medications, prescribed to you, by your doctor. All medications must be a 30-day supply, have your name, the expiration date, and the amount prescribed per day, on the container. You should schedule all physician, dental, and vision appointments, prior to your stay with us. After admission, you will only be allowed to see a doctor, on an emergency basis.

Once you enter our Program, you may be required to complete our Social Detoxification Program, prior to entering Residential.

You will be appointed a counselor, within your first 24 hours, with us. After you have been acquainted with your counselor, the two of you will discuss Family Day and visitation rights. Please inform your loved ones that visitors must check-in, at the Admissions Building, at any time that they come to our facility. All visitations should be approved and your counselor should be notified, prior to any visits.

Approved Client Items

While you are staying with us, we want to make you feel as comfortable as possible. Please utilize the below list, as a guide, for preparation of admission, into our Residential Treatment facility. Please note that all belongings should not exceed one bag, no exceptions. Please do not exceed the listed items, as staff will dispose of anything other than what is listed.

Clothing and Shoes (Scrubs and shoes will be provided and required to be worn, daily.)

  • 3 changes of clothes (Church, outdoor/active wear for exercise/fishing/gardening, loungewear, clothing for court/doctor appointments.)
  • 7 pairs of socks
  • 7 pairs of underwear
  • Women must wear a bra
  • 1 pair shower shoes
  • 1 pair tennis shoes
  • 1 jacket
  • 1 laundry basket
  • 3 sets of modest pajamas
  • 1 jacket or hoodie
  • 2 sets of thermal underwear
  • Cash for Concession Stand

Toiletry Items

  • 1 body wash/soap
  • 1 shampoo
  • 1 alcohol-free conditioner
  • 1 toothbrush
  • 1 toothpaste
  • 1 hair brush/comb
  • 1 curling/straight iron
  • 1 small make-up bag no more than 10 items
  • 5 jewelry items
  • Wash cloths
  • Towels
  • Feminine products

Other Items

  • 1 notebook
  • 1 folder
  • 2 pencils and 2 pens for class
  • 2 inspirational items to read (optional)
  • If you choose to bring tobacco products, they must be sealed, no exceptions.

Specialized Women's Services Approved Snacks

This only applies to those individuals that are receiving WIC and meet DHS requirements for WIC Program assistance.

  • 100% Fruit Juices (apple, orange, pineapple cranberry)
  • Cheese
  • Cereal
  • Milk
  • Yogurt
  • Granola bars /multi grain bars
  • Fruit (fruit cups)
  • Fruit Snacks
  • Graham crackers
  • Raisins
  • Crackers
  • Animal crackers
  • Apple sauce
  • WIC items

Prohibited Items

  • aerosol cans
  • body spray
  • cologne/perfume
  • mouthwash
  • Lighters, as one will be available for use, at choice times.
  • No vapes allowed.
  • Weapons (pocket knives, knives, guns, toy guns, etc.), illicit drugs, prescription drugs are not prescribed to you, or alcohol.
  • Can sodas, food, or snacks, in the dorms. Snacks will be provided, by our kitchen, between meals.
  • Cell phones, pagers, iPads, laptops, iPods, or any other electrical/digital device; you will be allowed to make phone calls, with your counselors’ approval.
  • An item of great monetary or sentimental value, as our facility is not responsible for theft. You will be responsible for, and keep, all monies you bring in.
  • Your items will be thoroughly searched, upon entrance; any illicit items found, will be confiscated, immediately.

Our experienced staff is equipped to provide you with the highest quality of care possible, for you to overcome your addiction(s) and barriers. If you have any additional questions, please contact our Admissions Coordinator at 479-219-5292.

Learn More

If you or a loved one might benefit from our services, please contact us to find out how to learn more. From scheduling a tour to helping you with insurance and payments, our team is ready to get you on the path to wellness.


Pricing & Process

Our number one goal is your wellness, so we are clear and up front about what we offer and the costs for our services. We never want questions about pricing or our processes deter you from getting started.