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Frequently Asked Questions

Information for Visitors and Loved Ones:

While your loved one is a patient at Centerstone Hospital, he or she will be attended by our medical staff. A case manager will be your point of contact. The case manager will keep you advised of your loved one’s progress, discharge plan and on-going recovery planning.

Patients must sign consent for you to participate in their treatment. If you have information to share regarding your loved one, please alert the case manager or unit nurse upon admission.

reception deskOnce your loved one is ready for the transition back to home, work and family, follow-up treatment, support and education are essential for continued recovery for both you and your loved one. We encourage family and other loved ones to assist with any recommendations for follow-up care. Some of the options are:

  • Addiction Residential
  • Medication Management
  • Community Support Meetings
  • Individual, Group or Family Therapy
  • Day Treatment or Partial Hospitalization
  • Family Education and Family Counseling

Hospital and Crisis Center

Vising Hours in the Hospital and Crisis Center are Monday – Sunday 4 to 5 p.m.



Two visitors are allowed at one time, children under 12 will need approval from staff. If you need to visit at a different time, please contact your loved one’s case manager to arrange. We are happy to accommodate your special needs.

Addictions Center

Visitors must attend a one hour orientation before visiting. Orientations are 1 p.m. on Saturdays. Visiting Hours are 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturdays.

What to Expect as a Patient

As you prepare to begin your recovery with us, we want to make sure your stay is comfortable and you have all the necessary items you may need. Some items, however, should be left at home. Centerstone is a Tobacco–Free facility.

What to Bring

  • Comfortable Clothes—including a light sweater or jacket and walking shoes. Clothing must be appropriate at all times (laundry facilities are available)
  • Sleepwear, including slippers and robe
  • Toiletries—toothbrush, toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, soap, shaving cream and razor
  • Small electronics—iPod, clock radio, alarm clock, blow dryer, hair iron
  • Medications—all prescription medications in pharmacy dispensed bottles, over-the-counter medication such as aspirin, vitamins and antacids will be kept in a secure place for you
  • Personal mementoes, such as family photos, etc.
  • Snacks for special diets, such as low fat or gluten free. Otherwise, snacks are provided
  • Your own pillow and/or additional blankets; however, bedding is provided
  • Small amount of cash for vending machines& occasional outings

What not to Bring:

  • Products containing alcohol-based ingredients
  • Highly caffeinated products such as Surge, Monster or Jolt
  • Cell phones, pagers, laptops, portable DVD players
  • Valuables
  • Tobacco products

What to Bring to Your First Appointments

  • Bring a list of your medications
    • Name of medication
    • Why do you take it?
    • What dose do you take?
    • How often do you take it?
    • Who prescribed it?
  • Guardianship papers or Birth Certificate (for anyone under 18 years of age)
  • Insurance Card
  • Identification
  • Emergency Contact Information
  • Previous Medical Records (if available)
  • Primary Care Physician Information

Not sure if you need to come in? Call for information at 941-782-4150

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