Important Notice Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)
We are closely monitoring all developments associated with the coronavirus (COVID-19) and are taking proactive steps to ensure the health and safety of all patients, employees and the communities we serve.
Please note the following updates:
Face Mask Policy:
Following the latest CDC recommendations for controlling the spread of COVID-19, all patients are strongly encouraged to wear a face mask while at the facility. All employees are required to wear a face mask at all times.
ARS facilities are following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines, and we have strong infection control policies, procedures and systems in place. As recommended by the CDC, our clinicians are screening all patients and employees for fever and respiratory symptoms, as well as administering a rapid COVID-19 test prior to admission.
A pre-admission acceptance is a preliminary determination that indicates you are appropriate for admission to our facility. Based on your presentation upon arrival or during your stay, it may be determined that a different facility may be more appropriate.
For the safety of all patients, family members, visitors and staff, visitors may only enter an ARS facility during designated visitation times. A patient’s treatment team must approve any visitor, and visitors are required to wear a facemask at all times. Patients in the medical detox or inpatient programs do not have in-person visitors to focus on their recovery.
Questions or Concerns?
If you have questions or further concerns about any of our policy updates, please check back frequently, or you can reach out directly by calling 855-387-3291.
Now that you’ve decided to begin treatment at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health, it’s time to prepare for your stay. Knowing what to bring, what to leave behind and how to reach our Palm Beach center are fundamental first steps to beginning your recovery journey. This guide ensures you have everything you need while you’re with us, so you can focus on what’s really important — getting better.
What to Bring
We recommend that new residents pack the following items for treatment:
- If vaccinated: a copy or picture of your COVID-19 vaccine card
- Picture ID: State/Government valid ID/Driver’s License/Passport
- Necessary travel documentation
- Relevant medical records/list of providers with contact information
- A list of family members and their contact information
- A form of payment (debit card, credit card, cash, or checkbook)
- A small amount of cash ($200)
- A prepaid visa gift card (only this will be used for all purchase facilitated by staff on your behalf.)
- Credit card
- Music: MP3, Ipod, Ear Buds/headphones
- Season-appropriate clothing
- Sweater or jacket for indoors and outdoors
- Long pants, shorts, socks, undergarments
- Ladies’ proper undergarments
- Men’s proper undergarments
- Tennis shoes, flip flops, sandals
- Comfortable & discrete work-out wear
- Comfortable sleepwear
- Ladies: one-piece swimsuits
- Men: knee-length board swim shorts
- Personalized masks (optional, as facility supplies are available)
- Dental flossers
- Unopened supplies (optional, as facility supplies are available)
- Alcohol-free mouthwash
- Toothbrush, unopened toothpaste
- Shampoo and conditioner *alcohol free
- Face wash and moisturizer
- Lip balm
- Feminine products
- Contact lens solution *alcohol free
- Disposable razors (secured and checked in/out at specific times.)
- Blow dryer/styling tools (secured and checked in/out at specific times.)
- Unopened tobacco. Please bring enough for the entirety of your stay.
- Cigarette carton
- Hobby items (journals, sketchbooks, adult coloring books and pencil set, word games, etc.)
- Reading Material
What Not to Bring
Items not permitted include:
- Drug or alcohol paraphernalia including CBD and THC products (will be destroyed upon admission)
- Non-prescribed narcotic or controlled substances (will be destroyed upon admission.)
- Drugs or alcohol (will be destroyed upon admission)
- Vapes, e-cigarettes, black and mild’s, cigars, pipes, and pipe tobacco.
- Laptop, tablets, i-pad, Kindle, smartwatch
- Cameras, handheld video camera, audio recorder
- Overly revealing clothing
- Short shorts
- Tank tops and loose tees
- Clothing depicting: drugs, drug paraphernalia, explicit language and/or images, politically charged slogans
- Perfume, cologne
- Opened toiletry products
- Exercise/metabolic supplements
- Essential oils
- Non-ADA Certified service animal/emotional support animal
- Weapons (including pocket knives)
- Pornographic material: literature, video, audio, or clothing
- Card decks, games, and sporting equipment
- Aerosol products (hairspray, deodorant, etc.)
- Wire clothes hangers
- Bicycles, Vehicles
Wherever you’re coming from, intake coordinators at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health can help ensure you arrive at our center in a timely and safe manner. During the admissions process, all necessary travel accommodations are booked and confirmed by you or your loved ones. If you’re traveling by air, transportation to the center from the airport is provided.
Expectations After Arrival
To ensure the safety and sobriety of both new and current patients, each resident must consent to a search of both their belongings and person upon arrival at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health. During this search, staff members will collect any items not permitted during treatment and store them in a safe and secure place until your stay is over. Additional searches may be conducted throughout your time at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health to ensure health and safety.
Because healing is your first priority, keeping distractions to a minimum is key for recovery. Upon arrival, each client’s cell phone will be securely stored and may be signed in and out during specific therapy sessions or times. Following a 72-hour adjustment period after arriving at the facility, clients may be allowed to use the facility phone at specified times during non-clinical hours.
The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health is an ideal place to begin your recovery. Warm weather much of the year and a broad range of therapeutic activities provide a relaxing and enriching setting for self-discovery, acceptance and healing. Comforting amenities, food and treatment options ensure a focus on healing.
Amenities and Therapies
An extensive array of on-site and off-site amenities is part of what makes The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health so unique. Amenities and activities may include*:
- Multiple lounges with televisions
- Two fully equipped gyms
- Electronic games
- Computer lab (coming soon for outpatient use only)
- Basketball courts
- Sand volleyball
- Swimming pool (coming soon)
- Horseshoe pit
- Frisbee golf
*Activities may change from time to time or from season to season. Your access to these amenities varies depending on situational medical recommendations.
Every day, in-house chefs prepare, plan and serve three nutritious meals for all residents at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health. Typically, you will have a few different meals to choose from for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with vegetarian and vegan options available. The center also provides snacks throughout the day. No outside snacks or meals are permitted. If you have any food allergies, please let us know before you arrive at the center so we can appropriately accommodate these needs.
Rooms at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health provide you with a comfortable place to rest during your recovery. The center includes two beds per room as well as one shared bathroom in each room. The number of residents in each room may vary depending on your individual treatment stage and care needs.
A Day in the Life
Your days at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health will be spent learning how to build a new life in recovery. You’ll find new hobbies, make lasting connections with others and rediscover your own personal interests without relying on drugs or alcohol.
As you move through the different levels of care, your daily life will change as you gain new insight and advance through treatment. Depending on the level of care, your day may include group and individual therapy sessions, medical consultations, recreational activities and more.
Types of Therapy
During your stay, you’ll participate in a variety of personalized therapy sessions. These sessions are designed to help you begin recovery by recognizing and overcoming triggers, past struggles and current pain points. Your treatment may include:
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
- Recreational therapy
Family Visits and Therapy
During treatment, it’s important to reconcile with yourself and your family. While some people do better with long-distance family interactions, others may prefer to stay in contact with parents, spouses or other family members. Because connecting with your past is so important, opportunities are provided for clients to speak with family members as clinically appropriate. Family therapy sessions may also be held on a regular basis, depending on individual desire and need.
While the majority of your treatment will take place at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health, there are off-site opportunities for those in the appropriate levels of care. Off-site visits and activities may vary between residential, partial hospitalization and outpatient programs.
Update on Offsite Travel & Activities Policy: For the safety of all patients, Advanced Recovery Systems is actively restricting offsite travel and activities until further notice.
The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health allows residents to take periodic smoke breaks during designated times. The timing and frequency of these breaks is determined based on situational medical recommendations and programming. Vaping is not permitted at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health.
The Treatment Process
There are a variety of treatment programs at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health, ranging from around-the-clock medical detox and residential care to outpatient programming. Treatment programs vary based on your unique needs. Treatment often starts with medical detox, an intensive process that typically lasts between five and 10 days. From there, you’ll either move to residential care, partial hospitalization or outpatient care, where you’ll continue treatment before formulating an aftercare plan with your medical team.
The entire treatment process varies in length but often lasts between 35 and 45 days. Some programs may be shorter or longer. After treatment, you’ll have the option to transfer to sober living housing or return home after being provided an array of aftercare resources. Your treatment may include:
- Medical Detox
- Residential Treatment
- Partial Hospitalization Program
- Intensive Outpatient Program
- Outpatient Services
- Aftercare Planning
Medically Assisted Treatment
Depending on the substance, quitting cold turkey can be dangerous and life-threatening. That’s why The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health provides a regulated medical detox plan and 24-hour care for those in residential treatment. Individualized clinical care and tapering based on individual medical recommendations ensure that you have a healthy and comfortable transition. Before leaving The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health, our staff will provide a list of local resources and clinics for continuous care as you start your substance-free life.
During treatment, you’ll become a part of a dynamic family of physicians, treatment specialists and recovering patients. That camaraderie doesn’t end when you leave The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health. After treatment, you’ll have access to a nationwide alumni network of other former patients to help keep you sober and accountable. Staying connected with others who understand your struggle with virtual and in-person meetups can be a strategic and essential part of continuous recovery.
To meet the needs of our local communities, programs at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health reflect the culture of South Florida and its residents. Our facility proudly welcomes people from all backgrounds, and we customize treatment plans to meet a variety of mental and physical needs, including those of military veterans, members of the LGBTQ+ community, the elderly and more.
The medical team, clinicians and staff at The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health Drug and Alcohol Rehab have years of experience treating substance abuse, addiction and mental health issues. Each member of our team works to ensure our clients have everything they need to pursue recovery, long after treatment ends.
We are always looking for dedicated clinical staff to join our South Florida team.
Insurance and Your Obligation During Treatment
Many health insurance plans require out-of-pocket costs in order to access your healthcare benefits. These expenses may include Deductibles, Co-Pays, Coinsurance % and Maximum Out-of-Pocket Expenses (collectively, the “Patient Responsibility”).
Your individual Patient Responsibility may vary based on a number of factors including:
- Your individual benefits plan
- Length of stay at the facility
- Type of services received during treatment
- Other services offered at the facility, but not covered by your insurance provider (such as lab tests, non-covered prescriptions, etc.)
- Reasonable boarding fees should you decide to stay with the facility for treatment at outpatient levels of care.
A staff member will review your Patient Responsibility with you at the time of admission or as soon as possible once you are medically stable. They will explain that the deductible is due upon admittance to the facility and the co-insurance amount and out-of-pocket balance will be billed and paid for after treatment once services are complete. On-site financial counselors will again review your financial responsibility during treatment with case managers who can help you navigate FMLA.
It is your responsibility to check with your insurance provider prior to admitting at The Recovery Village to understand your individual benefits plan. Please note that your insurance plan may not be a “participating provider” with The Recovery Village Palm Beach at Baptist Health. You are responsible for all non-covered and out-of-pocket costs related to your treatment stay.
The Recovery Village aims to improve the quality of life for people struggling with substance use or mental health disorder with fact-based content about the nature of behavioral health conditions, treatment options and their related outcomes. We publish material that is researched, cited, edited and reviewed by licensed medical professionals. The information we provide is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. It should not be used in place of the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare providers.