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If you’re considering staying with us at The Darryl Strawberry Recovery Center, but are unsure of something regarding your stay, please refer to this list of frequently-asked questions about addiction recovery at the Darryl Strawberry Recovery Center. If you have a question which is not answered below, please don’t hesitate to ask us via phone or form.

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Q: What should I bring with me to the DSRC for my stay?
  • Casual, comfortable clothing
  • Comfortable shoes for exercise (e.g., sneakers)
  • Personal care items (incl. toothbrush & toothpaste, shampoo & conditioner)
  • Insurance card and photo I.D. or driver’s license
  • Current medications/medication bottles
  • No more than one moderately-sized bag of personal effects
Q: What should I leave at home during my stay?
  • Cell phones, iPhones, iPads, iPods, radios, or any personal electronic devices
  • Razors (electric or otherwise), or anything that needs to plug into a wall
  • Weapons, such as blades, knives, guns, or weapon-like items
  • Scissors
  • Drugs (excluding doctor-prescribed, current & up-to-date medication, which is under your name)
  • Alcohol
  • Valuables, such as jewelry, credit cards, sums of money over $20
  • Any effects that could be used to harm others or yourself
Q: How long will I be staying at DSRC?
Your time with us in our center will depend upon what your individual needs are. Your individualized treatment plan will focus on what can be accomplished in the shortest periods of time. With this as a foundation for progress, you can continue treatment with us in our outpatient groups and educational programs.
Q: How will I pay for services?
We accept various HMO, PPO, and managed care plans for both voluntary and involuntary admissions. As health care coverage and reporting requirements vary greatly, please let us assist you in determining important benefit information. We can answer your insurance-related questions quickly by calling us to contact an admissions specialist.
Q: How do I contact you, get more information, apply for a career at DSRC, or refer a patient to you?
You can visit our Contact Us page, call us via the phone number at the top of the page, or visit us in person.