Frequently Asked Questions
Residential Treatment FAQs
Is smoking permitted at Residential Treatment?
What is the food like?
Who can visit and when is visitation?
Are phone calls, cell phones, computers, or electronics permitted?
What is Family Weekend?
Is there a daily activity schedule?
Does The Aviary have medical oversight?
Do you offer Detox medications?
What if I am on medication?
The decision to take medication is always a decision between you and your physician. If you take medication prior to admission, please inform the Admissions Staff of all current prescription and non-prescription medications you are taking. Please include the name, dosage and frequency of each medication, as well as the name of the prescribing physician. All prescriptions must be current, your name must be on the prescription label and there should be no more than the prescribed amount of pills in the bottle. Please bring at least one week of prescription medications with you. A nurse will review all medications with you after admission.
*If you have a prescription card through your insurance company, bring it with you. Prescriptions are filled at the local pharmacy and kept in the medication room. Medication costs are the responsibility of the client.
Can I bring Over-The-Counter (OTC) medications?
What type of recreational activities will we do?
Outpatient Treatment FAQs
Is there a dress code at Outpatient Treatment?
I’m a smoker. Will I be permitted to smoke at The Aviary while attending Outpatient Treatment?
When are meals?
Are phone calls, cell phones, computers, and electronics permitted at The Aviary?
Do you have a Family Program / Family Weekend?
What is the IOP schedule?
Is there medical oversight at The Aviary?
Physicians and nurses are part of the program to manage medical conditions and provide medical supervision.