rules and regulations
  • The use of alcoholic beverages or any other type of drugs (not prescribed by a physician), and gambling will not be permitted for the duration of your attendance at the Weekend Intervention Program.
  • Verbal and physical abuse or threats thereof will not be tolerated.
  • You are a guest of the Weekend Intervention Program. You will be fully respectful of all individuals with whom you come into contact. Any harassment or behaviors perceived to be harassment--which includes any sexually-oriented remarks; comments which may be so interpreted; whistles and similar sounds; inappropriate gestures, and the like--directed at others, will not be tolerated.
  • You will be confined to the premises for the duration of the weekend. No one is allowed to leave the assigned area unless authorized by program staff.
  • You will be required to find your own transportation to and from the Weekend Intervention Program.
  • No cigarette machine is available. Cigarettes brought in must be in unopened packages. Single use disposable e-cigarettes are permitted; refillables are not..
  • While in any public area, shirt, shoes and name tag must be worn.
  • Cell phones are permitted but must be powered off during all program activities.
  • you MAY NOT have visitors. The WIP telephone number (937-979-4400) can be given to family members in case of an emergency during the times that your cell phone is powered off.
  • Notify WIP security personnel or the Program Director immediately upon arrival of any room damage or malfunction.
  • You are to stay in your assigned room. No visiting or telephone calls to other rooms is allowed.
  • Lights must be out, and all quiet by 11:30 p.m. every evening. Room checks will be made each night.
  • No phone calls may be made from your hotel room telephone.
  • Absolutely no outside deliveries of food or any other items are allowed.
  • Housekeeping will empty trash and provide fresh towels only.
  • You are responsible for keeping your room clean and orderly. You are responsible for getting yourself up on time. Set your alarm!
  • At 8:15 a.m. you will receive a knock on your door. This is the signal that it is time to leave your room for the day. When leaving your hotel room, bring all items that will be needed for the day. Wear your name badge.
  • Keep all valuables with you. The WIP does not assume responsibility for any property that is not in your possession during the day.
  • Breakfast is provided at approximately 8:15 a.m. Smokers will be allowed time for a short break prior to breakfast being served. All food and beverage is to be consumed in the area assigned.

It is your responsibility to comply with the above rules and regulations. Failure to do so can, and likely will result in your suspension from the Weekend Intervention Program.

our goals
1

Assess

to provide a comprehensive assessment of an individual’s involvement with alcohol and other psychoactive drugs;

2

Confront

to confront participant denial and encourage self-evaluation; and

3

Prepare

to prepare participants for treatment when necessary and to increase their accessibility to treatment.