FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How long will I stay in the residential recovery program?
While each individual treatment plan is crafted to suit a resident’s needs, the average time spent in our residential recovery program is three to six months.
What is the difference between transitional housing and residential treatment?
What are the visitation policies at The GateHouse facilities?
What is the difference between a halfway house and transitional living?
Who will know about my treatment?
Will insurance cover my treatment services?
We work with most HMOs, PPOs, Managed Care Plans, and the Department of Human Services. Feel free to reach out and ask us about specifics!
How can I pay for my treatment services?
What should I bring to residential treatment and transitional recovery housing?
What is the difference between a rehab center and your programs?
GateHouse Transitional Living
Am I eligible for a scholarship?
What is the admission fee to move into transitional housing?
Upon residency, residents will pay a security deposit and two weeks’ rent, which varies by location.
How long can a resident stay in transitional housing?
There is no minimum length of stay required in our transitional housing. Residents may stay as long as it takes for them to establish stability in recovery and the means to live independently. Most residents stay between three months and one year.
What are the admission requirements?
What are the requirements for residency?
What happens if a resident relapses?
What happens if I lose my job?
Am I permitted to have a personal vehicle?
Am I permitted home passes?
Are visits allowed on-site?
What is the curfew?
Curfew for all residents is 11 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and
12 a.m. Friday through Saturday.