Frequently Asked Questions

How long will my treatment program last?

Our standard inpatient residential program lasts 28 days. Our staff will work with you to determine the best course of action for your treatment.

What will I be doing during my stay?

The residential treatment environment at Pecan Haven is based on the Therapeutic Community model. In this model, clients learn vital social and interpersonal skills and learn to accept the viewpoints and experiences of others. Through a substance-free community, engagement and peer support, clients in this model work together to solve problems. The size and design of our community and campus provide a unique opportunity to create a working model of health peer interaction and healing. Under the guidance of counselors, denial is overcome, behavioral patterns are challenged, self-disclosure begins, changes in mindset occur and long-term sobriety skills are taught. Our residents come to support each other through their early recovery and beyond.

Can I have visitors?

No visitors are allowed during treatment during this time.

What can I bring with me?

You’ll bring your own pillow and blankets, plus clothes, pajamas, underwear and toiletries, plus laundry detergent. Please view our “What to Pack” page for a complete list of what you can and cannot bring into Pecan Haven.

Can I smoke or vape?

Tobacco products are allowed, but must be pre-approved by a nurse upon your admission to the facility. We do not allow any electronic devices like vapes, e-cigarettes, or Juuls.

Can I bring my vitamins or homeopathic medicines?

Any medications you bring to Pecan Haven must have a valid and current prescription from a doctor. Any medications, homeopathic or prescription, has to be reviewed and approved by the medical staff.

How Do I Get Started?


Call 318-600-3333 for urgent requests, or click here to start your online assessment.


Our phone or web assessment will contain questions about your basic information, trauma, and history of use.


After your intake assessment is completed, we’ll review it and verify your insurance.


If you’re approved, our intake coordinators will help you plan for your arrival here at Pecan Haven. Once you get here, you’ll begin the check-in process and physical assessments.