The Beauty of Nature-Infused Design With The Comfort of A Home-Like Space
With design-driven spaces and a uniquely plant-infused atmosphere, the Alpas Wellness facility was created to enhance the experience of patients, families, and staff.
Far from a sterile institution, we’ve leveraged Biophilic design tenants and incorporated an abundance of plant life, greenery, and preserved natural elements. These principles are further promoted with the presence of aquatic friends in our two saltwater tanks in waiting areas and a freshwater tank in the dining area. By creating a deeper connection with nature, the success of the treatment experience is greatly enhanced.
Every nurses’ station is graced with a large green wall.
Outside every patient room is a live, propagated plant.
Inside every patient room, you’ll find succulents and air plants.
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Frequently Asked Questions About The Alpas Wellness Facility
Do you have private rooms?
Yes, each of our six units has a private suite with a king-size bed and a private bathroom.
Will I be able to leave?
You always have the right to leave the facility and stop treatment. However, if you intend to continue in your recovery and maintain sobriety, leaving is discouraged, and non-essential, non-emergency or recreational trips are not permitted.
Can I work while I’m on-site?
This will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis with your therapist as part of our work-flex program. If you are eligible for the work-flex program, you will be given structured and monitored access to a computer.
Can I bring my phone?
One of the core benefits of residential treatment is creating a distraction-free environment for yourself and others. At this time, devices are not permitted for detox or residential patients.
Zhao, Y., Zhan, Q., & Xu, T. (2022, July 6). Computational and mathematical methods in medicine. Biophilic design as an important bridge for sustainable interaction between humans and the environment: Based on practice in Chinese Healthcare Space. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9271008/# on May 30, 2023