Visitation Rules

IT IS THE POLICY OF RAYVILLE RECOVERY TO ALLOW CLIENTS VISITATION WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS IN A SAFE AND CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT

  1. All visitors must participate in a one-time orientation session from noon – 2:00pm prior to having contact with residents. No exceptions. Past participation is not accepted. Any visitor who is late for this orientation will be denied entry to the facility
  2. Visiting hours are scheduled by administration separately for male and female communities. Special visitations times may be allowed for holidays. Each client is allowed visitors on Saturdays or Sundays as scheduled on the facility calendar if they have been a resident for no less than 10 days. Friday prior to the designated weekend each client will turn in a visiting list stating who will be coming to visit and the relationship they have with the stated visitor. No more than two adults per client per visit. Only children from the client’s immediate family will be allowed to visit, during the second visitation that the client receives as long as the adult caregiver has completed the orientation process.This is defined as one’s sons, daughters and/or step children that the client has legal custody of. The visitor request form will be turned into your counselor during your AM group. Visitors will be required to remain in the visitation designated areas. Visitors who are found outside the designated areas will be asked to leave or removed by local law enforcement. All visitors must sign in and must sign a statement of confidentiality. After signing in, visitors will not be allowed to leave for any reason and return. All visitors must have a valid state ID. No registered or convicted sex offenders are allowed to participate in these sessions at this time.
  3. No visitors currently abusing alcohol or drugs will be allowed on campus.
  4. No Purses or Baby Bags.
  5. No sexual activity will be tolerated. Violation of this rule will result in immediate discharge from the program.
  6. Visitors will not be allowed to bring anything into the building. Neither food nor drinks may be brought in during the visit. No CELL phones or cameras may be brought in. No Purses or Baby Bags. No FOOD or Drinks.
  7. Sometimes clients need clothing, personal hygiene supplies, pen, paper, etc.; these items currently can NOT be brought in by visitors.  All items should be mailed in to the client via USPS or dropped off on Tuesdays or Fridays between noon-4:00pm/
  8. Rayville Recovery reserves the right to search any person who enters the premises. Persons refusing to be search will be placed on a list of (individuals not allowed on campus) and they will be banned. This process has an appeal.
  9. Rayville Recovery reserves the right to drug screen any person who enters the premises. If a person has a positive screen for any drugs, they will not be allowed to enter the building until such time as they can produce a clean drug screen (Hair Test). The cost of the Hair Test will not be the responsibility of Rayville Recovery. If alcohol is detected, the visitor will lose their right to visit the following weekend.

IT IS ILLEGAL FOR ANYONE TO BRING ALCOHOL, DRUGS, KNIVES OR FIREARMS ONTO THE RAYVILLE RECOVERY GROUNDS. IT IS THE POLICY OF RAYVILLE RECOVERY THAT ANY PERSON IN VIOLATION OF THIS RULE WILL BE TURNED OVER TO THE POLICE (NO EXCEPTIONS).

The above rules are enforced. Do NOT enter the premises late. Children ARE NOT ALLOWED to attend orientation and must be dropped off after orientation is over to attend the visitation. Children who are unruly, disruptive and unable to follow the rules will be excused. It is RECOMMENDED that all children attending visitation have eaten a well balanced meal and are well rested prior to entering visitation. Once you leave the facility you will not be allowed re-entry.

Any person suspected of bringing drugs or alcohol into the facility will be detained by security and turned over to local law enforcement. Persons using scheduled II drugs as prescribed by a physician should NOT attend visitation unless they are sober and able to pass a UDS showing that they have no pharmaceutical drugs in their system at the time of the visit.