Congratulations on taking a step toward changing your life for the better. To help you gain an understanding of what to expect when you’re a patient at the Bridge to Recovery we have prepared a list of our frequently asked questions.
What addictions does the Bridge to Recovery treat?
The Bridge to Recovery treats all substance addictions, such as drugs or alcohol.
How long does treatment last?
Our primary course of treatment is 28 days, but other arrangements can be made.
What is the cost of the program?
The cost of Bridge to Recovery’s 28-day program is $2,500.
Is financing available for treatment?
Program fees are expected at admission. If you cannot afford treatment, Bridge to Recovery will try to find a program for you.
What methods of payment do you accept?
The Bridge to Recovery accepts cash, check and most major credit cards for payment.
What should I bring?
Please bring 5 days of clothes, comfortable shoes and a jacket if needed. Please bring personal hygiene supplies. Please bring a photo ID.
Will I be able to do laundry?
There is a washer and dryer available for use, and supplies are provided.
What is your cell phone policy?
We ask that you do not bring cell phones or other electronic devices. A land-line is available for semi-private, limited use. We recommend you bring a list of the phone numbers you might need during your stay.
What do I need to provide when bringing medications?
Please bring a full supply of your prescribed medications. Medications must be labeled by pharmacy and have your name listed on the pharmacy label.
Do you allow smoking?
Yes, we do. Please plan on bringing a supply of cigarettes that will last for your entire stay.
May I receive mail?
Yes, residents can receive mail during their stay. Please have mail sent to 2111 Stafford Street Extension, Monroe, NC 28110.
Will I have access to the internet?
No, we do not allow for access to internet. This includes facebook and email access.
Can I bring snacks from home?
Yes, snacks and drinks are allowed if they come in sealed packaging.
If I have dietary restrictions, can meals be accommodated to meet my needs?
Unusual dietary needs should be discussed prior to admission to confirm.
Do I need to bring any cash for outside activities or for any other reason?
Patients may bring a small amount of cash. Generally, you will not need money for outside activities.
Can I leave at any time during treatment?
Yes, Bridge to Recovery is a voluntary program.
How can I learn more about The Bridge to Recovery?
You can submit your questions in the contact form below, or feel free to call us at 704-909-8025
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