This page outlines the costs, guidelines and expectations for all residents, ensuring a safe, respectful, and conducive environment for everyone’s recovery journey at GPS Recovery.
The typical length of stay at GPS Recovery varies depending on individual needs and recovery progress. Generally, residents are encouraged to stay as long as they need to feel confident and ready to transition back into their daily lives. The duration is often personalized, ensuring each resident receives the right amount of time to build a solid foundation for their long-term recovery. This flexible approach allows for the most effective and supportive recovery experience.
Yes, we do accept MAT in most cases. At GPS Recovery, the policy regarding Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) is tailored to support the recovery process while ensuring the safety and well-being of all residents. The use of MAT is considered on a case-by-case basis, following a thorough evaluation of individual needs and circumstances. The decision to allow MAT is guided by medical advice, the potential for positive outcomes in recovery, and alignment with the overall philosophy and guidelines of the program. This approach ensures that each resident receives the most appropriate and effective support for their recovery journey.
When preparing for your stay at GPS Recovery, it’s important to bring personal items that will make your time with us comfortable and convenient. Essentials include clothing suitable for various activities and weather conditions, personal hygiene and sanitary items, and any personal effects that will help you feel at home. To ease your stay, GPS Recovery provides necessities like toilet paper, laundry detergent, and house cleaning supplies. This combination of personal items and provided essentials will help ensure a comfortable and focused recovery experience.
At GPS Recovery, residents typically share a room with one or two others. This arrangement is designed to foster a sense of community and support among residents. While rooms are primarily intended for sleeping, this shared living space encourages the development of meaningful connections and mutual support, which are vital components of the recovery process. This communal aspect of our program helps to build a network of understanding and camaraderie, contributing positively to your recovery journey.
No, but we do ask new residents to stay close to the house for the first 2-3 weeks to assimilate to house culture and get in routine.
Guests are allowed at the house but are required to stay in the common areas. Guest cannot be under the influence of any substance and are asked to adhere the same hours as curfew. Residents’ bringing guest into the house are asked not to infringe on the other resident’s time in the house.
Yes, after a period you are allowed to stay out.