FAQ

Apricity provides inpatient and transitional treatment, along with aftercare and sober living, to meet our clients wherever they are on their recovery journey. Apricity gender-specific treatment is provided at Mooring House for men and at Casa Clare for women.

We frequently get repeat questions about our facilities and to eliminate as many barriers for you, a friend, or family member we compiled a list of frequently asked questions.


How does your program work?

Apricity provides inpatient and transitional treatment, along with aftercare and sober living to meet our clients wherever they are at on their recovery journey.

How long is the program?

Length of stay with Apricity can range from 30 days to 12 months, depending on the individual's need and desire.

What types of funding do you accept?

Apricity accepts self-pay, county funding and some private insurances.

What is the process to get in?

After talking to our admissions coordinator and when funding is determined, a prescreen with the individual will be scheduled.

What type of questions are asked during the pre-screen?

Questions include; demographic information, treatment and using history, mental and physical health history, list of current medications, and legal history.

Is this an all male/female facility?

Apricity has gender specific treatment facilities. Apricity also offers safe, supportive Sober Living houses that are also gender specific.

What is included in the cost?

The cost includes room and board as well as treatment services. The individual is responsible for bringing their own clothing (we suggest about seven days worth), personal hygiene items, and medications.

Do you offer scholarships?

At this time we do not have a specific scholarship program.

How long is your waitlist?

The waitlist changes frequently. At Apricity we do our best to admit potential clients to a safe environment as quickly as possible.

Can I smoke at your facility?

Yes, there are designated outside smoking areas. This includes vaping and chewing tobacco.

When can I have visitation from family?

Visitation with family is allowed on Saturdays from 1-4pm, beginning the second weekend the individual is in treatment.

How long does someone need to be in treatment before they can leave the facility?

During the inpatient portion of treatment (approximately 30 days), clients are allowed to leave the facility with staff members. Once in the transitional phase of treatment, they are allowed to leave the facility based on their individual schedule.

Can I have my cell phone?

During the inpatient portion of treatment a cell phone is not allowed, however, there is a phone available for incoming and outgoing calls. After the individual has moved to the transitional level of treatment, they're able to use their cell phone outside of the facility.

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