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FAQ

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Read through our FAQs to find answers to commonly asked questions about Summit Oaks Hospital. For more information, call us at 800-753-5223.

Please call 1-800-753-5223 and the menu will guide you to connect with the appropriate party

The length of stay will vary from person to person. Each individual will have their own dedicated treatment team who will work with them directly to determine a recommended length of stay.

Walk-ins are accepted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To avoid a wait time, and to ensure that beds are available, it is recommended that you call and schedule an appointment. The admissions department can be reached directly at 908-522-7071.

Yes, tobacco cigarettes are permitted at Summit Oaks Hospital. Such products are permitted during designated breaks only. Smoking is allowed only in the smoking courtyard, and no electronic cigarettes are permitted to be used. No rolling loose tobacco products are permitted.

A list of permitted items can be found on our website. If you have any questions, please call us at 1-800-753-5223 and speak with the receptionist who can answer questions that are more specific.

Yes, but Summit Oaks Hospital is not responsible for lost or stolen property. It is highly recommended that you organize transportation for inpatient stays since parking can be limited.

The staff at Summit Oaks conducts free level of care assessments to those seeking admission to the hospital. If our services do not meet your exact needs, staff members will assist you by linking you with a list of other providers. Summit Oaks is centrally located near public transportation, and our staff members will assist in navigating you through the process. It is recommended that you have some sort of transportation available to you should you not be admitted to the program.

Yes. Kosher meals as well as other specialized meal requests are available upon request.

No, Summit Oaks Hospital is not a licensed Methadone treatment center.

Yes, each room is shared between two people of the same sex. There is a bathroom and shower shared between two rooms.

Usually in the form of making referrals to Sober Living Communities (SLC), halfway houses or long-term residential programs (if eligible). We may also refer to Group Homes or Boarding Homes. We do not find apartments or begin the process for Section 8.

No, you will not have access to your personal cell phone during your inpatient stay. Each unit has a phone available for patient use.

Computer usage can be arranged through the treatment team and is limited for treatment purposes only.

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Summit Oaks Hospital offers no-cost, confidential assessments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To begin your treatment journey, please call 800-753-5223 today. It’s never too late.