FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
While most facilities do work with health insurance companies, it is important to contact your provider to review policy details and discuss your coverage and options. Our admissions team will also do an insurance verification to confirm coverage.
Yes, visitors are allowed and encouraged. Having the support of friends and family is a valuable component of long-term recovery, and visitation arrangements can be made through our Client Liaisons. Family therapy is also offered.
You will receive a list of appropriate clothing before you arrive, but plan on bringing comfortable seasonal clothing for both day and night, as well as sleepwear and exercise clothing. Be sure to pack socks and sneakers.
All employers have their own policies regarding medical leave. However, the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is a federal law that provides job protection for up to 12 weeks for employees who are dealing with certain medical circumstances or conditions. Many states provide additional job protection for qualified employees as well. While we understand the importance of having a job, it is important that you make your health a top priority.
Clients may bring cellphones, but they will not have access to them during their stay. Cell phones must be given to BriteLife staff upon your arrival, and they will be safely stored until your stay is over.