“Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness & rivers in the desert.”
The admission process begins with this questionnaire & has 10 major points. Please review the questionnaire to determine your eligibility & entry into our program. After reviewing the questionnaire please follow each of the steps outlined below in the intake process.
Are you a sex offender?
Unfortunately we cannot take offenders of this nature because we are too close to a public park & a school
How old are you?
Our acceptance ages range from 21 to 65 years of age
Are you on disability?
We do accept many people on disability but in most cases, depending on your situation, a discussion with the Intake Coordinator would be required
Are you on Probation?
Your Probation Officer would need to be contacted before you could transfer out of the county you are currently reporting in
Are you taking psychotropic medication?
No anxiety, depression, manic depression, or psychotropic medications or sleep aids are allowed to be taken here
Do you use nicotine?
You can’t smoke, dip or vape. All of these including nicotine patches are not allowed
Is he in jail?
Someone in jail needs to wait for their court date. We can forward a letter of acceptance directly to the court so the court system can determine if our program is a good fit for that particular individual
Should you bond them out?
We cannot give legal advice but experience shows waiting for the judge to order that person here is more successful
Does the person want help or do you want the help for them?
Someone coming here should have a desire to change. This can be determined in a phone interview with family & the prospective student
Is he in state or out of state?
Because of our success we get many people from out of state. If there are any legal issues surrounding the student they have to be addressed. Commonly an interstate compact would need to be approved before coming here. If he is on Probation or has pending charges, most of the time he cannot leave the state he is in