Here are some frequently asked questions and
their answers. If you have a question that is not addressed below,
simply go to the Ask a Question
section below or contact us directly to assist you.
- I wear my own clothes?
Yes, you may wear your own clothing while
attending the treatment program. We do ask, however, that you dress
modestly. If you have a question about a particular item of
clothing, you may ask a staff member. When attending the inpatient
program, we ask that you not bring clothing with drawstrings.
- Do you take Insurance?
Yes, we are contracted with many insurance
plans and make attempts to work with your financial situation.
Please call our intake office at Admission and Referral Coordinator
at 626.286.1191 ext 268 to find out more specifics
about how we can work with your insurance.
- When are visiting hours?
Visiting hours are: 7 Days a Week, from 5:30PM
- Do I share a room?
Yes, you will share a room with another patient
in most cases.
- Do you accommodate for
We are culturally sensitive and will make
necessary arrangements for those with special dietary needs. We
have created specific meal plans for those choosing a vegetarian,
vegan, or kosher lifestyle. Our dietitians will work with you to
explore the reasons behind these alternative behaviors surrounding
- Do I go to school?
If you are in school, then we will assist you
in working with your school to obtain packets. There will be
designated times in the program for you to complete this work so
you will not fall behind in school while in treatment.
- What is a typical day
Please refer to our inpatient and outpatient
- How long will I have to
This is determined by your treatment team and
what level of care you need at the time of admission.
- What certifications or accreditations
does your hospital have?
We are accredited by the Joint Commission and
also a member of the California Healthcare Association, Healthcare
Association of Southern California, and the National Association of
Psychiatric Health Systems. We are certified by the State of
California Department of Drug and Alcohol programs.