What RCA Supplies
We’re happy to provide:
- 1 long sleeve or short sleeve shirt and 1 pair of pajama pants during your check-in process
- Bed linens
- Back-up toiletries
- Stamps and envelopes
- Composition book and pens
- 1 AA Book (NA book available upon request)
- 1 12-Step Workbook
- Board games
- Flat screen televisions and alarm clock in each room
- Laundry services (at no additional cost)
We want you to focus on one thing during your time at RCA Devon: Your recovery. While you’re here with us, our treatment will help you re-center – and the best way to do this is without outside distractions like cell phones. The invaluable tools and lessons you’ll learn and participate in here at RCA Devon need your full attention to reach recovery. With this in mind, you can make calls on an RCA office phone with a staff member; but your cell phone will remain in a secure place until you leave our facility.
How will my loved ones know I’m safe?
If a loved one drops you off at Devon, a member of our staff will talk to them about visitation and phone calls. Otherwise, with your consent, an Admissions Coordinator will reach out to your loved ones within 24 hours to let them know you have arrived safely at our Devon facility. The Coordinator will also explain the family visitation schedule, education options, and family therapy. Within 72 hours of your admission, and again with your consent, your assigned Primary Therapist will reach out to your loved ones and give them an update on your progress.
Visitation schedule & family program
Family is an important part of treatment. You need a strong, stable support system during this time. The visitation schedule for family, friends, and loved ones is every weekend, both Saturday and Sunday:
- Orientation: 1:30-2:30
- Education 2:30-3:30
- Visitation: 3:30 -4:30
You and your family may also want to participate in Seeds to Recovery. This weekend retreat gives families the opportunity to reset and remember why they’re fighting addiction together. Devon offers Seeds to Recovery the 2nd weekend of July 2019, September 2019, November 2019, and January 2020. You’ll get more information on Seeds to Recovery later.
Once you’ve transitioned out of detox and into residential, you and your therapist will review your list of approved callers. From here, you can sign up for phone times daily.
Our support doesn’t stop once you’ve left our inpatient facility – we’re here for your entire journey. Our robust Alumni program offers an entire community of support to help you stay in meaningful recovery. After all, staying connected with alumni activities will keep your motivated and hopeful in your recovery.
Get a sneak peek of what Devon looks like, meet the staff, and see the RCA difference here.
Thank you for choosing RCA to help you on your journey to recovery. We hope you also inspire others who need help to ask for it, just like you have. If you can, leave us a review here. Your review could help someone seeking treatment finally decide to accept help.
Any questions or concerns? Call us back. We’re here to talk anytime.