Greenhouse Treatment Center

Prospective Patients

Each treatment environment is going to be a little different—but Greenhouse's setting of a former Nieman Marcus Spa makes it something truly unique and outstanding. Coming to residential treatment, especially from out of state, is just the first of many great risks that our patients undertake on their journey to recovery. This is why prospective patients and their families are welcome to tour the facility ahead of time and see for themselves Greenhouse's luxurious accommodations. Depending on the time, prospective patients and their loved ones may meet the staff they will likely work with if they choose Greenhouse to get acquainted and ask questions. Tours are conducted in groups and individually, and they are conducted primarily by designated members of leadership. We do tours 7 days a week if needed, and we are flexible in terms of notification. Tours last on average about an hour.


Our admission process is quick and easy, and usually takes an hour or less to complete. Once you arrive at the airport, one of our behavioral health technicians in our in-house transportation department will meet you and help you every step of the way as you enter the facility.


Delicious, healthy meals at Greenhouse are prepared by an executive chef, who also worked at the spa that Greenhouse’s building used to be. Three meals a day are served buffet style in the dining room at set times, but there is also a 24-hour juice bar where patients can get coffee, juice, milk, fruit, and other healthy snacks at any time of day. Accommodations are made for special diets if needed. Patients can meet with a registered dietitian on-site and have a custom meal plan developed.

Housing Details

Men and women reside on separate floors, and rooms for patients in detox are located separately from the rooms for patients in the residential treatment program. Most rooms house two patients, although there are a few single rooms. There is a laundry service, so patients do not have to wash their own clothes.

Luxury Overview

In their free time, patients can exercise in the fitness center, swim in the heated indoor or outdoor pool, relax in the hot tub, watch television in the lounge, get a massage or other spa services, experience acupuncture, unwind in the dry or wet sauna, walk in the 12-step garden, or just enjoy the soothing scenery around the facility. Patients can also participate in yoga, Pilates, Zumba, tai chi, physical fitness, or meditation groups. On evenings and weekends, special activities and outings are planned that patients can participate in if they are interested. Events may include a cookout, a trip to a lake, or a sporting event. These types of fun activities help build a supportive community for patients and help replace substance use and abuse in their life. All of these activities are included in the program, except for massages and acupuncture, which are an additional cost.


Because connectivity is so important, patients may bring and use their electronic devices at Greenhouse Treatment Center during free hours. We provide free Wi-Fi to all patients and guests.

For Families


Greenhouse recognizes that addiction affects not only the individual with the illness, but their loved ones as well, and that having a strong support system is an integral part of recovery. To start healing those family relationships damaged by addiction, Greenhouse offers a family program on the first and third Saturday of every month and strongly encourages patients’ family members to participate.

Visiting your loved one

Family members can visit patients on Sundays between 10 a.m. and noon, but the family members must complete Greenhouse’s family program first. The family program is offered on the first and third Saturday of every month. Once family members complete the program once, they can visit patients on Sundays without attending the program again. This policy is to promote positive family interactions and make sure that family members are not a trigger or negative influence for the patient, as well as to provide the family with education about addiction. Family visitations are supervised but unstructured.

During your loved one’s treatment, we can work with you to plan a visit. Your loved one’s treatment team will provide you with all of the information you need to schedule your visit.