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· Insurance Identification & Pharmacy Card
· Stationary, pen, stamps, address book, small alarm clock (no radio)
· Small amount of cash ($50 to $100)
· One small cosmetic bag for personal products apart from hair items (i.e. shampoo, conditioner, etc.). All items must be in original containers with no glass (including mirrors).
· Oil-free sunscreen with a SPF of 30 or greater
· Electric or disposable razors
· Washable clothing suitable for variable hot and cold weather in one standard-size suitcase. Clothing must be casual, comfortable and conservative in style. We suggest a weatherproof jacket, robe, slacks, jeans, sweats, tennis shoes, sandals, T-shirts, knee-length shorts. Bare midriffs (due to high cut tops or low cut pants), halter tops and off-the-shoulder tops are not permitted. Spaghetti strap tops are acceptable when worn as an under garment or under a jacket or sweater.
· One-piece swimsuit (for pool/Jacuzzi).
· Jeans and pants are appropriate, however “Skinny” Jeans would not be recommended.
· Patients are allowed to wear leggings only if worn with a long shirt, dress, or similar attire.
· Full 30-day supply of prescribed medications in original containers. Any approved vitamins, birth control pills, etc. must be in original, sealed containers and must be enough to last the entire stay.
· Calling Card for phone use
Please DO NOT Bring:
· Cameras, iPods, laptops
· Electronic games
· Cell phones (may bring for travel purposes only)
· Radios, CD players, tape players
· Medications not prescribed by a physician
· Jeans and pants are appropriate, however “Skinny” Jeans would not be recommended.
· Toiletries or cosmetics with alcohol listed in the first three ingredients
· Candy, chewing gum, food, beverages, sugar substitutes
· Hobby materials, sports equipment
· T-shirts with suggestive messages (sex, drugs, alcohol, food, etc.)
· Very expensive jewelry or other valuables
· Reading material (unless approved the therapist)
· Items that require dry cleaning, as it is not available.
· Items in glass containers or any item with glass as a component (e.g. compact with mirror, pictures with glass in the frame, etc.)
· Shape-Up/ Toning Shoes
Important Information: All luggage and personal items will be searched. Any items deemed inappropriate by our staff and excessive luggage will be shipped home at resident's expense. Phone calls are limited to three, 15-minute calls per week. Patients do their own laundry. Smoking is allowed in designated area only.
Rosewood Ranch’s commitment to confidentiality is ensured by our legal responsibility as mandated by state and federal law (including 42 CFR Part 2). Each staff member is obligated to be familiar with and to observe these laws and standards. We are diligent about our responsibility to protect the anonymity of everyone who enters Rosewood Ranch. We do not release any information without verified, written consent from the individual containing specific, legally-required elements.
In addition, Rosewood Ranch respects the privacy of its online guests. Rosewood Ranch does not sell, rent, or loan any identifiable information regarding its customers or web-site visitors to any third party. Any information given to us is held with the utmost care and will not be used in ways for which you have not consented.
Transmission of information over the Internet cannot be guaranteed 100 percent secure, but some sites take greater precautions than others to protect the privacy and security of its users. We do not request or transmit sensitive payment data over the Internet. Credit card information is never requested over the Internet. Access to our site administration area and site files is password protected. A high-security firewall protects our database from outsiders.
Treatment at Rosewood Ranch is covered by many insurance plans. Individual financial plans also can be coordinated when needed. Our Intake Coordinators will answer all your questions and complete an initial assessment. We provide strong patient advocacy toward third-party payers and complete all pre-authorizations and necessary case reviews.
Insurance coverage depends on your individual situation, but many insurance companies will cover part or all of treatment. Some services may be covered under mental health benefits, while some may limit coverage to outpatient services. Insurance coverage can be complex and our experienced staff is skilled in working with all types of insurance providers to access the maximum benefits available to you. Our intake coordinator will work with you to check your insurance benefits and determine your coverage. We encourage people to go through this process even if they think they do not have insurance benefits.
Smoking is allowed in designated areas only, so that each Rosewood resident is comfortable and able to focus completely on recovery.
Rosewood Ranch is located in beautiful Wickenburg, Arizona where temperature can vary greatly. We suggest packing washable clothing suitable for variable hot and cold weather in one standard-size suitcase.
Clothing should be casual, comfortable and conservative in style. We suggest a weatherproof jacket, housecoat or robe, slacks, jeans, sweats, tennis shoes, sandals, T-shirts, shorts (knee- length) and a one-piece swimsuit (for pool/Jacuzzi).
Dry cleaning is not available. Patients have the opportunity to do laundry during leisure hours. All laundry soaps, irons, etc. are provided by Rosewood.
Rosewood also offers an intensive Family Program as we believe that all family members are affected by a resident’s disease. Please call for specific information on visiting guidelines.
Rosewood treats complex clients. Our therapeutically intensive program of care at Rosewood, our experienced staff and intimate setting enable us to treat individual whose medical condition is serious and severe.
We provide 24-hour care and detoxification services for those struggling with chemical dependency. Our staff is experienced in treating individuals with other addictive behaviors, mood disorders, and related personal issues.
Anorexics are often thin to the point of emaciation, but are afraid to gain weight. They may present to a medical practitioner with a range of symptoms which include severe weight loss, dry skin and hair, cold hands and feet, general weakness, constipation and digestive problems, insomnia, and amenorrhea (loss of menstrual periods). As the weight loss progresses, more severe problems may develop such as increased susceptibility to infections, stress fractures, ketosis (severe chemical imbalances), and weaknesses of the heart muscles that can lead to death.
Bulimics may be of average or slightly above average weight. They usually do most of their binging and purging secretly and experience rapid weight gains and losses. They purge through self-induced vomiting, abusing laxatives and diuretics, fasting, and/or over-exercising and are subject to medical problems caused by their purging methods as well as their eating habits. Medical problems may include dehydration, constipation and digestive disorders, severe dental and muscle weakness. As bulimia progresses, ulcers and life threatening heart irregularities may develop. Many anorexics may periodically binge and purge like bulimics. They suffer from a combination of anorexic and bulimic symptoms.
Binge eaters can be anorexic, bulimic and/or obese. Binge eaters eat more rapidly than normal, eat until uncomfortably full, may eat large amounts when not physically hungry, may eat alone due to embarrassment by how much they are eating, and may feel disgusted, depressed or guilty after over-eating. Binge eaters sense a lack of control during the binge eating – "I cannot stop or control what I’m eating."
Compulsive overeaters are usually overweight and may become obese. As their weight increases, they may begin to suffer from shortness of breath, high blood pressure, and joint problems. If they become severely obese, their problems can progress to osteoarthritis and life threatening disorders such as heart and gall bladder diseases and diabetes.
Many Americans believe that thinner is better. People with eating disorders believe it so deeply that their weight and dieting success become the measure of their self-esteem. Thinking that eating is the cause and result of many of their problems, they become trapped in a vicious cycle of ritualistic and rigid behavior focused on food.
The most common eating disorders include Anorexia Nervosa (self-starvation), Bulimia (binging & purging) and Overeating or Binge Eating. Recognizing the following symptoms can help you identify whether or not you, or someone you love, is suffering from an eating disorder.