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Selecting a program that is a good fit can seem to be an overwhelming task. We are here to be a resource for you, answer any questions you may have, and provide any insight you will need to make an informed decision. Give us a call or send an email and we will be happy to begin the process.

What to Bring

  • Up to two weeks of clothes
  • Current medications and prescriptions (at least two-week supply)
  • Board shorts and other swimwear
  • Epinephrine (Epi-pen or equivalent) if ever experienced anaphylaxis
  • Cell Phone/Laptop
  • Any recreational equipment you may wish to bring (Surf board, skateboard, bicycle, etc)
  • **recreational equipment will be provided by Momentum as needed**
  • Any musical instrument you may wish to bring

What Not to Bring

  • Weapons of any type (including small pocket knives)
  • Any medications that you are not currently prescribed
  • Any workout supplements that are not cleared by Momentum (supplements with Creatine, Pre workout supplements, etc)


  • Can I have my phone?

    Yes, you can bring your cell phone. We encourage our clients to stay in contact with people that provide them with positive support. Phone usage may be limited at certain phases of the program, but there will be periods each day when you have access to it.

  • Can I have my computer?

    Much like the phone, you may access your computer depending on the level of care, but the hours will be limited while you acclimate to the program. We have a computer on site that you are welcome to use if needed.

  • Can I go to school?

    As you progress through our program, you will have the opportunity to go to school. Should you chose to pursue educational goals, we will assist in the application process, transportation, and academic support as needed.

  • Can I get a job?

    During the Achor Phase at Momentum, you will be encouraged to find a job. We want to support our clients in assuming responsibility for their financial well-being. As you progress through the program, you will be required to become increasingly financially independent.

  • How long before I can visit my family?

    We strive to assist our clients in repairing family relationships. The decision of when clients get a pass to go home is made on a case-by-case basis. The goal is to have everyone ready to be granted a pass around 30 days into the process.

  • Can I have visitors?

    Yes. With adequate notice you may have visitors at our residence during daytime hours, with the exception of The Creek.

  • Can I have my car?

    Not initially. We want to give our residents time to adjust to the area and form relationships with peers before introducing personal vehicles. As you progress through the program, you will be able to have your car if you choose.

  • How long is the program?

    We ask for an initial 90-day commitment. After that time, we will work with you to assist you in making the best decision for yourself.