The Casa Admissions Process
Prior to admission, an assessment is completed by a member of our clinical team to determine the appropriate level of care. Our team will assist with any care coordination that may be necessary prior to admission.
Our Admissions Coordinator can help guide you through the process, call our admissions line today 855-954-2272.
- Only voluntary admissions are accepted
- A minimum of 24 hours without the use of substances
- Medical clearance by your physician or our Director of Medical Services is required prior to admission into our residential program
- Willingness and ability to participate in all aspects of treatment
What to Bring for Residential Treatment:
- No more than1 suitcase and 1 makeup/toiletries
- Clothing should include options for outside and fitness activities, events and outings.
- A 30-day supply of all prescribed medications.
- A valid prescription is required for all medications – including over the counter medications and supplements.
- California ID/Driver’s License & Insurance Card (if applicable).
- Personal hygiene items must be alcohol free (including hairspray, perfume, gels, etc.). Avoid aerosols as they are not permitted in the rooms.
- Bath Towel
- Soap, razors, shampoo, conditioner, make-up etc.
- Feminine hygiene items, such as tampons and sanitary napkins
- Notepads, paper, pens, and recovery related books, envelopes, stamps, tote bag, and a journal
- Allowed electrical appliances: alarm clocks, hairdryers, curling irons/rollers
Note: Cell phones are put away/locked away and can only be used with Counselor’s authorization/approval.
- Any non-urgent medical, dental, vision or court appointments should be rescheduled for post-treatment.
- Each woman is assigned a small storage locker to store their items of value. However, we discourage women from bringing more than $20.00 in cash or valuables such as jewelry, watches, etc. when entering residential treatment. (Casa is not responsible for the loss or theft of personal possessions, regardless of value.)
- If court ordered or you have pending legal issues (such court dates, DCFS case, etc.), be sure to bring all necessary court papers including minute orders.
- Bedding is provided. If you wish to provide your own bedding, keep in mind our beds are twin sized.
- It may be useful to have a designated family member to manage your personal bills while in treatment
- Clients are required to have a history and physical health screening with their primary care physician within a one-year time frame. If you have not had a recent physical be sure to schedule an appointment.
- Special dietary needs: We do our best to reasonably accommodate the dietary needs of each individual, when possible. If you have extraordinary dietary restrictions, we recommend that you plan ahead and bring what you need and we will provide food storage.
Items NOT permitted in Residential Treatment:
- Cell phones, cameras, pagers, laptops, iPods, MP3 players, smart-watches, and other electronic devices.
- VAPES are not permitted in Residential treatment. Cigarettes and disposable (un-refillable) e-cigarettes are permissible. However, smoking is restricted to the outdoor smoking area only.