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Visitation Policy: All client’s visitation lists must be approved for background checks by their counselors no later than 3:00 p.m. the Friday prior to the proposed visitation weekend.  Only persons on the Client’s lists who have been APPROVED TO VISIT will be allowed on 12&12 grounds.  Sex offender zoning laws prohibit individuals with sex offender-status access to 12&12 grounds.  Background checks must be completed on all proposed visitors prior to visitation. Outstanding warrants may prohibit visitation.  Convictions, pending charges, or their legal statuses (felony or otherwise) deemed inconsistent with current client safety concerns at 12&12 will be reviewed and ruled upon by 12&12 staff on a case-by-case basis in order to approve or deny proposed visitation privileges.

Visitation Hours:  1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. every Sunday

Clients will be made aware of any special visitation hours available on holidays.

Visitor’s Orientation: All visitors 14 and older must attend Visitor’s Orientation, which begins at 12:30 p.m. on Sundays, before they will be allowed to visit.  Visitors attending orientation may check in at noon at the Main Entrance of 12&12 and provide appropriate identification.  Orientation is held in Group Room C, next to the reception area.  An addiction related video will be offered for viewing until orientation begins. 

Confidentiality:   Visitors must sign and abide by the confidentiality statement. When you sign-in at the reception area you are stating that you will keep the confidentiality of all clients in the facility.

Check-in:  Purses, bags, cell phones, diaper bags, backpacks, cameras, weapons, and nicotine products are not allowed. Visitors may visit from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m., however, if visitors choose to leave the 12&12 building for any reason, they are choosing to end visitation at that time.  Visitors may not visit again later that same day but may visit the next Sunday during visitation hours as approved.

  • Do not bring the client any medications without prior approval from 12&12, Inc.
  • Do not bring cell phones, DVD players, or tape players
  • Do not go to any unapproved areas such as a client’s unit or room
  • Please offer support and encouragement to the client you are visiting
  • Please bring any concerns to the staff of 12&12, Inc.

Location:  Clients may visit with their loved ones in the recreation area, dining are, or the courtyard only.  Visitors are not allowed on the units or in client rooms.  Children must be supervised at all times.

Tobacco:  12&12 is a tobacco free environment, including electronic cigarettes.  You may not use tobacco anywhere on 12&12 property or in any vehicle or equipment owned by 12&12. Smoking is not allowed on 12&12 premises by clients, staff or visitors.  Visitors are expected to comply with the no tobacco policy.  Visitors who violate this policy will be asked to immediately leave the property.  Visitors who choose to leave the 12&12 building for a smoke break or any other reason are choosing to end visitation for the day.

Alcohol and Other Drug Use:  12&12 is a Drug-Free Environment:  Visitors under the influence of alcohol or other drugs will be asked to immediately leave the property and will not be allowed future visits.  Visitors who provide alcohol or drugs to clients will be barred from future visitation.

Family Education:  Family Education registration is on Sunday during visitation hours 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. Family Education is on Tuesday and Thursday from 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.  Please arrive on time.  This is not a visitation time, it is a Family Education session addressing the family’s role and understanding addiction.

Thank you for your cooperation.

12&12, Inc. Team

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