Frequently Asked Questions
Below are our answers to our most frequently asked questions. If you don't see your question listed, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Gateway Port Saint Lucie is $600 a month, plus, a $100 administration fee is a one time fee and paid upfront.
Gateway Palm Beach Gardens is $700 a month, plus, a $100 administration fee is a one time fee and paid upfront.
Transitions is $600 a month, plus, a $100 administration fee is a one time fee and paid upfront.
The administration fee covers the cost of setting up a clients room, transportation from a treatment facility and administrative paperwork. The administrative fee is not considered a deposit and is non-refundable.
A clients monthly fee does not include food or toiletries. The residences are fully furnished including bedding, paper products, washer/dryer, Wi-Fi, cable, house computer etc.. Most IOP programs will help clients get set up with federal food assistance programs including food stamps, although it can take up to 3 weeks to receive assistance.
Yes, this is not an inpatient treatment facility. Recovery residences are a much lower level of care. Clients should be ready to handle these things by the time they reach this particular level of care.
No, daily transportation is the clients responsibility. The majority of clients discharging from treatment centers do not have personal transportation directly after completion of treatment. it is the clients responsibility to ask for help and develop a sober network through IOP, 12 step meetings and peers in sober living residence. However, we do arrange for initial pick-up from treatment center, 1st trip to grocery store and ride to and from IOP programs in the area.
Yes, the live in house manager or peer leader will make sure everyone will be home by curfew (11pm weekdays, 12am weekends). Clients will receive random UA's throughout the week. Room searches will be conducted if necessary. A client will be expected to stay in contact with the house manager though text and phone calls throughout the day for the first 2 weeks.