Call (318) 600-3333 for urgent requests


Click here to start an online assessment.


An over-the-phone assessment will be conducted that will include questions about basic information, trauma, and drug history.


After the intake assessment is completed, the client's assessment will be reviewed along with insurance verification before potential approval.


If the client is approved for acceptance, the intake coordinators will help plan for the transfer and arrival to Pecan Haven's Facility. Once arrived, the client will go through nursing assessments and the check-in process.

Client Packing List

  • Insurance Card

  • Picture Identification 

  • Deodorant

  • Hairbrush

  • Toothbrush (non-electric)

  • Toothpaste

  • Body wash/shampoo/conditioner

  • Personal blanket/twin comforter

  • Pants (include workout pants)

  • Knee-length shorts (include workout shorts)

  • T-shirts

  • 1 dress outfit

  • Pajamas

  • Underwear

  • Socks

  • 1 pair of athletic shoes

  • 1 pair of flip-flops

  • Sweatshirt or light jacket

  • Coat (seasonal)

  • Personal Pillow

  • Feminine Products

  • Money (all money orders to be made out to Pecan Haven)

  • Stamps/envelopes

  • Laundry detergent


  • yoga pants or leggings

  • tank-tops, cut-off undershirts, or spaghetti straps

  • snacks

  • markers, colored pencils, pencils, crayons, or pens.

  • There will be NO dropoffs after initial arrival except for water, gatorade/powerade, coffee, creamer, sugar, tobacco, or cash/money orders made out to Pecan Haven.

The following items are not allowed on our campus for any reason:

  • No drugs, alcohol, or mood-altering substances, etc.

  • Tobacco products are allowed but must be pre-approved upon admission by a nurse

  • No electronic devices

  • No electric cigarettes, vapes, or Juuls

  • No makeup

  • No clothing with vulgar graphics, wording, or drug and alcohol references

  • No cut-off shorts or tight/revealing clothing

  • Any medications, herbal remedies, homeopathic medications, vitamins, creams, lotions, etc. brought into the facility MUST have a valid doctor's prescription to be administered. NO EXCEPTIONS.