FAQ

 

  • Do you have services available for women?

  • Unfortunately we do not have a female program at this time. We recommend you call either Bridge To Recovery in Oakboro, NC at (704)984-1302 or Solus Christus in Winston Salem at (336)813-3007 for information. Any Length Recovery in Sumter, SC is a great long term option for both women and men.

  • Do you operate a detox program?

  • We do not have the trained medical staff necessary to detox prospective residents. We frequently work with RHA the Harbor in Wilmington, NC at (910)632-2191. Wait time is typically quick with no admission cost for uninsured clients.

  • How do you handle doctor visits and medications?

  • We are a faith based recovery charity with no dedicated drivers. We do not have the resources to transport residents to and from routine medical appointments and pharmacies. We never hold, monitor or dispense any medication. We cannot give medical advice.

  • My medication has not been classified as a controlled substance. Does that mean I can bring it?

  • Not exactly. Several medications are being widely abused despite their current classification. We do not allow ANY substance which has the potential for abuse, including “legal” or non prescription drugs. You should speak with a physician before making any changes.

  • Do you allow opiate replacement therapies such as methadone, suboxone or subutex?

  • We do not allow addictive, mood altering chemicals regardless of their use or classification.

  • Do you provide court documentation for residents with legal issues?

  • Absolutely. We provide any documentation your attorney or legal officer(s) requests.

  • What if the court orders me to daily IOP classes and independent counseling?

  • Although we entirely support your efforts, you alone will be responsible for any transportation and other arrangements that conflict with our own schedule. It may be wise to focus on full compliance with the court system prior to entering our program.

  • I believe my loved one would benefit from Beach House Recovery what should I do?

  • Find out if your loved one is actually interested in getting help before pressing the issue. Otherwise, he may reject it and you may lose a future opportunity to be involved when he is ready. Unfortunately, we cannot accept unwilling participants.

  • How do I get accepted into the program?

  • Familiarize yourself with the program options, costs and guidelines contained on this site. If you are ready to move forward fill out an online application and follow up within a day for a phone interview. Make 100% sure any medications you take will be permitted here. Use the submit payment tab to reserve a bed. You will need to provide a $50 non refundable entry fee in advance of arrival to reserve a bed. In nearly all cases you will need to pass a drug screen prior to admission.

  • What is a recovery community ?

  • In a traditional recovery center men in early sobriety spend an arbitrary amount of time together in a controlled environment before leaving on a prearranged graduation date. Although sometimes effective, they often return home broke, homeless and unemployed. In a recovery community the man with a month sober learns from the guy with a year. The man in need of a job is guided by the dozens already employed. The one on foot is never far from a ride. Every man bares some responsibility for the success of his brothers. You come to get help, you stay to give back.

  • What is the physical address for admissions ?

  • All check-ins should report to 1198 Riverview Dr, Calabash NC 28467. A nonrefundable $50 entry fee must be covered before admission can be confirmed. Individual program payments may be cash, check or submitted online. We do not accept insurance. Please observe a (3) bag maximum for admission.