You sign a paper saying you got your bill of rights, which they give you, though the guy (who was btw very very nice) forgot to give me one. They gave me one when I asked later. It was very thorough and informative. I wasn't in my right mind when I signed the thing saying I'd gotten one. Anyway, there are at least 4 group therapy sessions a day and they are INTENSE. If you need to see a counselor one on one you may also do that, just ask. If you need to see a doctor at any time, you just ask. The food is TOO good. The facility is very nice-looking too. One guy yelled and threw stuff (not at people) and instead of locking or doping him up, the staff took him outside into the little smoking area and had a nice conversation with him. Btw, there's an outdoor area on the unit (at least the one I was on) and juice and water dispensers on the unit. They also give you a journal to write in, and it's free long-distance calling. There are complaint and compliment papers available. This is the best psych hospital I've ever been to. Only complaint is that the community rules were on a huge noiticeboard but the bill of rights was on a tiny little paper on the wall. But we got our own bill of rights anyway.