Do I Need a Passport to go to Rocky Point? We recommend that you bring a passport or passport card when you come to stay with us. We do know of many instances where people cross the border back into the United States with State Identification and/or birth certificates. Crossing back without a passport could possibly cause you a long delay.
Can a Family Member Stay During the Treatment? We do not recommend that you stay with your loved one while they are getting treatment, however, we can help you with lodging, and other travel arrangements pertaining to the stay with Rocky Point Recovery.
How Safe is the Treatment? When administered in a medical setting by trained personnel, the Ibogaine protocol is a relatively safe and highly effective detoxification treatment. Ibogaine is safer than Methadone and is certainly a better and safer alternative relative to continued use of street drugs (often cut or manufactured with Fentanyl) where the possibility of an overdose is always a potentiality. Global Ibogaine Therapy Alliance has a great summary page on Ibogaine safety.
What are the Side Effects? side effects include but are not limited to: irregular heart beat, low blood pressure, hallucinations, ataxia. Other side effect may include introspection, spiritual awakenings, ego dissolution, better eating and exercise habits, and connection to nature and your higher self.
How long do I Stay at Rocky Point Recovery? We recommend staying for at least 2 weeks, however treatment packages start at 7 days and 6 nights. This will give you the opportunity to detox from withdrawals, complete the treatment phase, regain your energy, and ground yourself emotionally. We do offer aftercare by the week at an affordable rate. We understand that schedules may not always work with our recommended stays so please let us know if you need us to customize for your specific needs (such as 10 days etc).
Is Ibogaine Legal? Ibogaine remains an illegal schedule 1 drug in the United States. Ibogaine is also illegal in Belgium, Denmark, France, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Switzerland, Sweden. and the UK. Israel, Canada, and Australia have limited ibogaine's use and possession. Ibogaine is legal (or unregulated) in Mexico, Brazil, Costa Rica, Gabon, The Netherlands, South Africa, and New Zealand. Mexico does support medical treatments with the use of Psychedelics.
How long do I have to be off of my current medication/drugs? This will vary depending on the addiction.
How and When do I communicate with my family? We allow the patient to have their cell phone at all times except during treatment and coaching/counseling sessions? It is up to the patient to decide when they are ready to communicate with family and close friends. We do allow family members to contact us for updates on progress and well being of their loved ones.
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