Admissions to Boca House for Men
What is the Admissions Process to Live at Boca House for Men?
Every man who wants to live at Boca House for Men, in Boca Raton, Florida, must fulfill a few requirements that secure the safety and sobriety of all residents. The process begins with a short phone interview. During the conversation, a number of topics are covered to get the general sense of the incoming resident. These include a partial psychosocial evaluation, drug and alcohol history, treatment information and the like.For those who need assistance, Boca House can arrange the transfer of care of a probationer to Florida, work with probation officers, and write letters in court matters.
Securing residence at Boca House requires the payment of an admission’s fee, and further financial arrangements are discussed.A minimum 6 month recovery commitment must be made. Research has demonstrated that the longer one lives in a sober community the stronger his recovery becomes as his chances of long term recovery increase. Recovery is a way of life.
All residents are required to take and pass a drug test; those who do not pass are not allowed to live at Boca House. For the safety of other residents, Boca House will not accommodate people who are maintenance programs including Suboxone, Subutex, Adderall, Ritalin, Methadone, narcotic painkillers or any Benzodiazepines.Everyone must be able to supply an emergency contact, as well.
Finally, all residents must, within two weeks of arrival, find employment, enroll in school, or volunteer their time. Engagement in productive activities is expected of all residents. The career center at Boca House is staffed daily to help those seeking employment.
If you are interested in living at Boca House for Men and securing your recovery in a safe, supportive environment call 877-957-8187