The Residential Treatment Program (RT) is 30 days in length. Clients must complete 30 days to receive a report of successful completion of the program. Agency policies do not allow anyone to be enrolled in RT that may be under the influence or in need of detoxification. Therefore, ALL clients are enrolled in the detox program for a two to five day observation period prior to enrollment in Residential Treatment. Total length of stay is 32 to 35 days.
By state law, the client is responsible for payment of treatment costs and treatment related costs. There may be financial assistance available. Indigent clients may be assessed fees based on a sliding fee scale. Partial financial assistance may be obtained from service agencies in your area. Room and board costs are separate from treatment costs. Non-residents of Colorado are responsible for payment of 100 percent of treatment and related costs. All enrollees should be prepared to pay their share at admission. Admission may be denied if no payment is presented. Personal checks are NOT accepted. We accept cash, cashier’s checks, credit cards, or money orders. Any quoted fees are subject to change.
If you report to RESADA for the inpatient program consisting of 30 days of inpatient treatment and then you subsequently withdraw from the program for any reason NO REFUND will be issued for any reason.
If you chose to discharge yourself for whatever reason you will not receive a refund. Regardless of the amount that has been paid or the reason for your departure.
You expressly acknowledge that if you are discharged by the agency for any reason you will not be entitled to a refund.
No, unless ordered by the referring agency, and must meet a clinical need
Alcohol, illicit/illegal substances, weapons, shorts, tank tops, muscle shirts, halter tops, tube tops or any clothing that overly exposes the human body, tattoo materials, music instruments, radios, televisions, stereos, record players, tape recorders, VCR/VHS recorders/players/tapes, CD’s/CD players/recorders, DVD’s/DVD players/recorders, MP3 players, any communication devices such as cell phones, computers, pagers, lamps and electrical appliances, cameras. no outside food or drinks, expired medicaition.