Frequently Asked Questions
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Due to the structure and intense work being done at MARR, only bring the essential items listed upon admission.
Music-listening devices are allowed with a docking station or radio. No earphones are allowed, as this can lead to isolation from the therapeutic community.
Pets are not allowed on our campuses for the safety of other clients, medical issues, and facility accreditation.
Food vouchers are given out each week to shop for groceries with their community. Preparing meals every day is a part of treatment that holds a great deal of therapeutic value in learning life skills.
Clients with a valid driver’s license and insurance can bring a car with them to treatment. At the beginning of treatment, clients must not drive alone and must be willing to transport other clients who may or may not have a vehicle with them.
Paying for MARR services is the responsibility of the client and/or clients’ families, while SJ Health Advocated simultaneously works with insurance to seek reimbursement for services. Read more about the cost of treatment.
A personalized treatment plan is created for each client following admission to MARR. Our Clinical Assessment Team will determine the best phases of treatment based on the individual.
Clients are allowed to apply for/request a Therapeutic Leave (TL) after completing Phase I of addiction treatment.
MARR assists clients in obtaining employment if it is part of their individualized addiction treatment plan.
No one can make your loved one enroll in drug and alcohol treatment. However, MARR can refer you to a Professional Interventionist who can help create motivation for your loved one to seek help.