Admission Requirements

1. We require that the man interested in the program complete all enrollment forms including a brief summary of his current situation and why he wants to come to our facility. The intake forms must be fully completed and approved by the executive director before the man will be considered enrolled in the CAMP.  Some of the information collected include:

  • Name, age, address and phone numberWoodlands_Admission
  • Occupation, present employer and work history
  • Marital status and number of dependents
  • How your family will be cared for while here
  • Type of addiction and number of years in it
  • Previous rehabilitation programs attended
  • Current court charges
  • Probation information
  • Complete criminal history
  • Medical problems requiring special attention

2. We do not accept collect phone calls.

3. We require that a man be completely sober (from drugs or alcohol or medication) for three days prior to entering into the CAMP Program. We will absolutely not take men into our program that are intoxicated or under the influence of drugs.

4. We do not allow pharmaceutical drugs such as tranquilizers, sleeping pills and antidepressants.

5. Persons who require medical attention will not be accepted into our program as we are not prepared to meet special medical needs.

6. Each man is expected to bring toiletry articles, towels, work clothes and casual dress clothes if possible. We do, however, provide these items to any individual in need of them.

7.  When arriving for an interview or induction into the program, an applicant will be asked to provide his social security card and picture ID, such as a driver’s license.

8. Please include all probation information and pending court dates when having a phone interview or completing the intake forms.

9. There is ABSOLUTELY NO SMOKING and the use of any tobacco products is STRICTLY PROHIBITED.

We thoroughly review each incoming resident to see if he shows evidence of a sincere desire to find spiritual help. The single most important factor to a man being admitted to the Woodlands CAMP is his attitude. Is the applicant ready to radically change his lifestyle?  Does he have a  sincere desire for spiritual help? 
We cannot help a man until he is ready to let God help him. Please be sure that the applicant has met all the prescribed admission requirements before you bring him to the CAMP.