We are a non-medical facility; therefore we do not provide the medical detox needed for discontinuing the use of alcohol and certain drugs.
We do provide a social (non-medical) detox which includes monitoring by trained professionals for a minimum of 72 hours for individuals withdrawing from certain substances that present no apparent medical or neurological symptoms. This monitoring period is individualized and can be extended if needed.
After completing the screening the applicant will be notified if they will require medical detox prior to being admitted to our facility. If it is required, MONARCH will be happy to give a list of medical detox facilities in the area.
Due to the confidentiality of the residents that we currently have in the facility, tours are not offered. We are more than glad to answer any questions you may have concerning accommodations by calling 918-683-0124 (toll free: 888-522-0124).
The typical client bedroom can house up to 3 women. Each rooms contains:
There is a central bathroom that is shared. It contains several individual showers each with their own curtained dressing area
There is a large living room that has plenty of couches for comfortable seating and a community TV.
Exercise room that is equipped with weights and cardio equipment.
As with private pay MONARCH provides a individualize treatment program. Treatments plans and services are customized for each individual client.
Persons served are guaranteed one on one time with a skilled counselor weekly.
Case Management Services are provided to assist with any needs during treatment.
Your day will start off early with breakfast.
The first group usually begins around 8am and hourly groups follow for the remainder of the day with breaks for lunch and dinner.
There is a daily NA/AA meeting and times set aside for personal calls and exercise.
On weekends movies are available, visitation, phones, GED classes offered, and NA/AA meetings will be attended.
Yes, we have a full time case manager to assist with those needs, as well as, our own Employment Services Department.
We can accommodate most special needs. A doctor’s statement may be required to validate the request.
Phones are available daily during non-group hours.
Pay phones are provided for these calls so it is recommended to bring a phone card.
During a person's served orientation period, generally lasting 2 weeks, they are allowed no visitation, no phone calls, and no outside meetings. They are allowed to make 2 five minutes calls per week to their minor children, during this orientation period.
This count is including what you are wearing when you come in
Please make sure if you have prescription medication you have a least a 30 to 60 day supply. Prescription meds must have RX label on them in your name. Inhalers must also be in RX box with label from pharmacy.
You must bring doctors note if on any type of restriction.
The Following over the counter medications are approved. They may be brought with you as long as they are sealed and unopened:
Anti-Diarrheal Tablets – 2 mg
Muscle Rub Cream
Naproxen Sodium (Aleve)
Non-Drowsy Allergy Relief
Non-Drowsy Cough Syrup
Pepto-Bismol Stomach Relief
Saline Nose Drops
Stool Softener - 100 mg
Triple Antibiotic Ointment
Tylenol (acetaminophen) – 500 mg
(MONARCH reserves the right to edit, update, and/or limit consumer use/abuse of any OTC)
We require that someone bring you to our facility and stay with you until you have been admitted into our program (this process usually takes 60-90minutes). No personal vehicles are allowed to be housed on our property during your stay.
Any items in excess will be sent back home with family/significant others. Any illegal substance, including tobacco products, matches, and lighters will be disposed of in a safe manner. No suitcases allowed please bring your items in a Rubbermaid tote or plastic bags.