1) The application process has several steps and there are additional considerations for those incarcerated.
2) It’s important to read thoroughly and follow every detail carefully.
FIRST: Carefully read pages 1-3 to see if you are eligible. Sign the bottom of page 3 to agree with and consent to the program requirements.
SECOND: Fill out the application. You can email it back to: email@example.com or fax it to: 1-877-804-9207.
THIRD: Our intake coordinator will contact you to set up a phone interview.
FOURTH: After the phone interview and if you are accepted, then the physical check-up and labs are next. The health screening forms will be sent to you via email or fax. (The required tests that are listed on the health screen forms must be current- within 8 weeks of starting the application process.) If you are unable to get these done before you arrive, we can get them done after you arrive.
FIFTH: Please feel free to contact us at 828-524-2157 with any questions regarding fees. If you cannot afford them, we are willing to work with you.
SIXTH: Students are allowed to attend court dates while they are in the program. We encourage students to stay on top their own court dates. Students may travel to and from court with a responsible family member. The student must stay with the family member at all times. If the student is unable to have transportation provided from a family member, we can make arrangements for them.
You must stay in contact with the program director or intake coordinator every two weeks. Files are purged after 60 days with no contact from you or on your behalf. We may also require “clearance” or “verification” letters from other physicians or professionals prior to being accepted.
Please remember that we have a limited capacity. If no spaces are available once you have completed the application process, and been accepted, you will be placed on a waiting list for the next available bed.