Frequently Asked Questions


D'Amore Mental Health's List Of Frequently Asked Questions

A phased process is best when treating mental illness and/or substance use disorders. While we take your personal commitments into account, we suggest that you plan for at least 45 days. However, after your first two or three weeks, it will be easier for you to make decisions about length of stay.

D’Amore Healthcare does not accept Medi-Cal or Medicaid at this time.

Yes! By all means, you may bring an acoustic guitar. However, as a general notice, we ask all patients to leave their valuables at home. If this is a sentimental guitar or of high value, please leave it at home.

We love dogs, too! But, please make accommodations for your pets. To ensure the most comfortable stay for all patients, we have a no pets policy.

There are a variety of outings and activities that D’Amore includes within the scope of program services. You will need to provide a credit card or debit card for prescription copay costs and unexpected needs. But, please do not bring more than $40 cash with you to D’Amore Healthcare. If you are a smoker, we encourage you to bring extra cigarettes to limit the amount of funds you spend while in our care.

Yes. Once you arrive, you will be able to provide a mailing address to your loved ones.

Yes! And we want to help. During your stay at D’Amore Healthcare, all patient’s have access to our legal services team.

Yes. We provide care to individuals without resources wherever possible. Due to demand, your Admissions Counselor maintains an up to date record of assistance available.

Your safety is of the highest importance to us. We do not encourage you to drive to D’Amore. Rather, please arrange transportation to D’Amore on your date of admission. But, if it’s a concern, don’t hesitate to discuss it with your Admissions Counselor. We can help!

Yes. A resounding yes. Since we understand that the journey to wholeness bears u-turns, fractures, unwelcome feelings and disappointment to the point of despair or returning to what became normal some time ago. Allow D’Amore to welcome you to a new normal, one informed and inspired by science, faith, community, and perseverance.