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Frequently Asked Questions

SCADD LEBANON PINES
Long Term Treatment for Men

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Are there beds?

How do I go about getting admitted?

What is the length of stay?

What is the program like?

Can I stay longer than 90 days?

What type of insurance does Lebanon Pines accept?

Will someone help me with aftercare plans and housing?

Will I be able to see a doctor for my medical issue?

Will I be able to see a psychiatrist?

What type of clothes/shoes will I need?

Do I need to bring anything?

Can I bring snacks, soda?

Do you provide meals?

Where will I do my laundry?

Is there a weight room?

Can I apply for Basic Needs?

Can I have a car while in the program?

Do I get an LOA/passes after a certain amount of time in the program?

Are there visiting hours? What day and time?

Is there shopping?

 

Are there beds?

Yes we have beds, please let us know if you are in need of assistance.

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How do I go about getting admitted?

First step is a phone screening-questions I will need to ask you about your substance abuse, legal, medical and psychiatric history? Are you able to talk, if so we can do a screening at this time.

What is the length of stay?

We ask the client for a 90 day commitment.

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What is the program like?

The program consist of individual and group counseling, work therapy, and AA/NA meetings. We also offer Vocational/Educational counseling and training.

Can I stay longer than 90 days?

Most clients discharge at/around 90 days, but if a client needs more time the primary counselor will seek extra days based on your needs and progress.

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What type of insurance does Lebanon Pines accept?

We accept SAGA-State Assistance General Assistance.

Will someone help me with aftercare plans and housing?

Your primary counselor will assist you with discharge plans and referrals for housing.

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Will I be able to see a doctor for my medical issue?

If you are in need of medical care an appointment will be made with one of the local doctors or clinics.

Will I be able to see a psychiatrist?

If you have mental health issues that need to be addressed, we have an arrangement with a behavioral health/mental health agency who can make a referral to.

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What type of clothes/shoes will I need?

Casual clothes and shoes/sneakers-heavier, warmer clothes, and coats in the winter and light jackets, pants, shorts and sandals for spring/summer. For summer you may want to bring a swimming suit we have a pool and other recreational activities.

Do I need to bring anything?

Bedding and personal care items are provided, but if you prefer you can bring your own. Cologne, mouthwash, aftershave or any other item that contains alcohol is not allowed as well as any over the counter medication.

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Can I bring snacks, soda?

You may have wrapped hard candy, bottled water and soda.

Do you provide meals?

Yes we provide three meals a day.

Where will I do my laundry?

We have a laundry room and your laundry will be done for you on an assigned day.

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Is there a weight room?

Yes we have a weight room with assigned hours.

Can I apply for Basic Needs?

Your primary counselor will evaluate and assist you with Basic Needs.

Can I have a car while in the program?

Automobiles are not allowed while in treatment.

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Do I get an LOA/passes after a certain amount of time in the program?

LOAs/passes are available for special need situations including court, outside medical appointments, and appointments with Case Managers.

Are there visiting hours? What day and time?

Visiting hours are on every Sunday from 1-3pm.

Is there shopping?

Shopping outside is not allowed. But arrangements with family members for items needed and brought on visiting day can be made.

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