frequently asked questions
What can you bring to treatment?
• Two body towels
• iPod shuffle (no Wi-Fi capable iPods)
• Musical instruments (i.e. guitar)
• Hiking boots
• Water bottle (Nalgene)
LIMITED AMOUNT OF CLOTHING:
• 4-5 pair of pants
• 4-5 pairs of shorts
• Weekly supply of underwear and socks
• 7 -10 shirts
• Two pair of shoes - everyday wear and gym shoes
• Fitness wear
• Warm jacket in winter months
• Swimming trunks
• Workout clothing
• Rain jacket
What is the typical length of stay?
Choice House offers variable lengths of stay through our extended primary treatment and structured sober living programs, with a minimum 90-day commitment.
What type of addictions does Choice House treat?
The Choice House Boulder rehab center treats those with substance abuse or a primary chemical dependency diagnosis. We work with men who have addictions to alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, opiates, benzodiazepines, and other drugs.
Is visitation allowed during a client’s stay?
Yes, visitation is allowed – typically on Sundays and visitor days. However, other arrangements can be made in special situations or to accommodate visitors’ schedules.
Do clients have access to internet? Cell phones?
We encourage communication with friends and families; however, during the beginning of our programs we do not allow personal devices. Clients eventually have access to phones and computers during their stay; accessibility is something that’s decided with each individual’s best interests in mind.
How does Choice House differ from other programs?
The Choice House program is a community-oriented approach to helping individuals thrive. We focus on brotherhood, community, and forming deep, meaningful connections with our clients. This isn’t an expansive, 100-bed program that focuses on numbers. We offer a massive support system, delivered through an authentic experience that’s meant to help support our clients on their lifelong journey with sobriety.
What is Choice House’s position on Buprenorphine (Buprenex, Suboxone)?
Choice House works with individuals to taper them off of suboxone and it is our ultimate goal to help our clients achieve abstinence based sobriety. The length of a taper is decided between our medical team and each client. Whenever possible, We transition clients to Vivotrol, a safer non-controlled alternative to suboxone.
Will clients have access to outdoor activities?
Yes, Choice House clients enjoy movies on the weekends, hiking, going to the gym, disc golf, pool days, and more.
What is your admission process?
The process is simple, fast, and relatively painless. Most admissions can be streamlined and a client can admit on the very day as their first call to us. Decisions regarding each potential client are made quickly after consultation with clinical staff.
STEP 1 – Introductory call
STEP 2 – Clinical talks
STEP 3 – Resident interview
STEP 4 – Financials and logistics
To learn more, visit the Boulder rehab center Admissions page.
Does Choice House provide detox services?
Choice House do not provide drug detox services. However, we partner with and can make recommendations for detox services to ensure our clients get the medical care they need.