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Eligibility Criteria and Discharge / Exclusion Guidelines

Eligibility Criteria


  • Demonstrates a willingness to participate actively in the treatment process.

  • Shows respect for staff, peers, and program rules. Engages in constructive communication and problem-solving.

  • Demonstrates a commitment to making positive changes in behavior and lifestyle.


  • Individuals diagnosed with substance use disorder (SUD) or substance dependence.

  • Co-occurring mental health disorders (e.g., depression, anxiety) are considered on a case-by-case basis.


  • In need of a structured and supportive environment to address substance use issues.

  • Willingness to adhere to program rules and guidelines, including a commitment to sobriety.

  • Demonstrates a need for residential treatment due to the severity of substance use or lack of adequate support in the community.


  • Adults aged 18 and above.

  • Individuals from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.


  • Adults aged 18 and above are eligible for the adult residential program.

Discharge / Exclusion Criteria


  • Verbal or physical aggression towards staff or peers.

  • Non-compliance with program rules and guidelines.

  • Continued substance use or possession of drugs or alcohol within the facility.

  • Disruptive behavior that interferes with the therapeutic environment.


  • Severe and persistent mental health symptoms that require a higher level of care than the program can provide.

  • Active psychosis or other acute psychiatric symptoms that pose a risk to the individual or others.


  • Failure to participate in treatment activities or engage in the therapeutic process.

  • Lack of progress towards treatment goals despite interventions and support.

  • Violation of program policies related to safety, confidentiality, or community integration.


  • Individuals with a history of violent or sexual offenses that pose a risk to other clients or staff.

  • Individuals with severe medical conditions that require specialized care beyond the scope of the program.


  • Adults aged 18 and above who do not meet the program’s admission criteria or are unable to benefit from residential treatment.